'Muricans at Multnomah Falls
a mere 30 miles from Portland
Here are a bunch of American looking up at Multnomah Falls, just off I-84 on the Columbia River east of Portland, Oregon.
I rather like to look at my fellow Americans at tourist sites like this. Because I get to thinking. How many of these people are white supremacists? How many helpless victims of the traditionally marginalized variety?
How many are armed insurrectionists? I look at them casually as I pass them on the trail and wonder.
If only there was a convenient FBI agent on the trail to help tag the troublemakers. If only there was a DEI administrator to sniff out the racists. If only there was a Federal Prosecutor on hand with the experience and knowledge to help, and to indict anyone that looks suspicious. Just in case there was someone exchanging classified documents on the trail.
Looking at these ordinary Americans out visiting a beautiful natural monument like the Multnomah Falls helps you jump out of the poisoned well of politics where everyone is an enemy or a helpless victim.
You get to see ordinary American just living their lives with their dogs and their kids and their selfies.
But hey, the political is the distinction between friend and enemy. Those people out there: they are either friend or enemy. And you wouldn’t want to get caught out in the forest, or under a waterfall, with an enemy in tow.
Thank goodness we have our federal law-enforcement agencies out there — not to mention the 17 member agencies of the intelligence community — helping to make us safe.
Because you never know. One of the people in that photo might have been planning a violent attack on their local school board. I mean: you never know.
But never mind the people. You gotta say, looking at the water cascading over the cliff, do we live in the most beautiful country in the world, or not?
And that beautiful location with its cascading waterfall is a mere 30 miles from downtown Portland, Oregon. If you know what I mean, you devoted AntiFa activists.