Secret Vocabulary Lessons from Democrats: Why Words Like “Peaceful” Are Terrifying to the Left 

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The most iconic scene of over 100 nights of violence in 2020 was MSNBC reporter Ali Veshi standing in front of burning buildings in Minneapolis and declaring, “The National Guard has been activated. They are not here. The police are not here. The police have been evacuated. The fire engines can’t get in here. There’s no ability to bring anybody in here to solve this problem. So I want to be clear in how I characterize this. This is mostly a protest. It is not generally speaking unruly.” 

For liberals, “peaceful protests” mean death, destruction, arson, looting, and violence. No wonder they interpreted Donald Trump’s statement, “I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard” as a call to arms on January 6, 2021.  

For Democrats, the remarkable ability to pick and choose words, like “fight,” and frame them in an unintended negative context, is a strength. It’s interesting that the meaning of these words changes entirely based on who says them. For Donald Trump, “fight” means violence. For Maxine Waters, it is an innocent phrase used to emphasize her point.  

Among the classified documents found in Joe Biden’s garage was a dog-eared copy of Democratic vocabulary words. What follows are some highlights from this primer. 

Democrats are still struggling to define “collusion,” since the term cannot be used regarding the Biden family, nor can they define “woman.” Other words they struggle with include “classified documents,” “illegal immigration,” and the exact definition of “AR-15.” 

The Democratic vocabulary primer may not help them understand the words they choose, but it features a helpful guide to randomly change or eliminate them, as is the case with “parents.” Mothers are now “birthing people”, and fathers are “non-birthing people.”  

The primer also provides guidance on the minute but vital differences between “assigned” gender and “assumed” gender, along with the ever-evolving list of 105 gender identities currently recognized by progressives. 

Democratic vocabulary extensively covers alternate terms for terrorists, including “parents,” “Christians,” “Trump supporters,” and “conservatives.” To keep it simple, these same terms can be used interchangeably to define “racist,” “homophobes,” and “white supremacists.” 

“Investigation” is used to define a process in which Democrats are allowed to choose the panel and cherry-pick evidence, and for the record, “voter fraud” exists only when the victim is a Democrat.  

There is an entire chapter devoted to “misinformation” and “disinformation,” and the newest iteration, “malinformation.” To sum up this chapter, “misinformation” and “disinformation” are terms referring to facts that, once revealed, are covered up and forgotten. “Malinformation” is any true piece of information that, if released, will harm a Democrat. An example of “malinformation” is the Hunter Biden laptop. 

As if failing at basic vocabulary isn’t enough, Democrats seem to lack the part of the brain that recognizes a joke. Take, for instance, the pushback following Trump’s tongue-in-cheek comment during the 2016 election cycle. “Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing,” he joked in response to the Hillary Clinton email scandal.  

This would later go on to be key evidence of Trump’s collusion with Russia.  

The Democratic vocabulary is useful and explains why Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is a brilliant politician, the economy is booming, EV cars are the solution for climate change, and Joe Biden is a great president. 

It seems that “peaceful” is code for riots…meanwhile, “Make America Great Again” somehow gets coded to land Republicans on the FBI’s terrorist watch list.