Secession! Sarah Silverman Proposes Breaking America Into Two Countries
You can tell the left really can’t stand that their socialist plans are being slowed down by Republicans and more centrist Democrats like Sen. Joe Manchin. Actress and comedian Sarah Silverman is trying to draw attention to herself by pitching on her podcast the idea of splitting America into two pieces, letting the conservatives secede.
“Maybe we should break up,” she says. The never-married actress, 50, wasn’t talking about her personal life.
In the clip, Silverman says, “I mean this may be a negative thought, or maybe a positive one, I don’t know. But if people aren’t getting along like in a relationship, they break up, you know? So like, why don’t we finally realize that these states aren’t working and, like, divide up into like two or three countries? It’ll be like USA 1 and USA 2,” she asserted.
For the conservatives, she said, “And they can be USA 1. Like the conservatives can be USA 1 because they love being number one, and it means something to them, and I’d love to have that be theirs. They can be USA 1. We’ll be USA 2, and we’ll be allies.”
Then she got a little cheeky and suggested the conservatives would have to be vaccinated to visit her liberal country. “And you’ll come over here, and we’ll go over there, and you know, when you come to certain… Many times, when you go to a different country, you have to get a vaccine. That’s that.”
One would expect no less from a woman who has never been married; like many on the left, you run if something isn’t working. That is not how relationships go; if they aren’t working, you roll up your sleeve and fight for it.
The idea of separation is a pipe dream; the left will never accept a split like this. They demand that all submit to their ideology never to work to allow the nation to split. Sarah knows this, yet is trying to act like this is not the case.
To try to split this nation up will never result in two countries letting each other be; the left is incapable of that. It is a sure recipe for a civil war.
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