Can we call it fascism yet?

Also, what happened in Minamar, exactly?

This past weekend, while most Americans paid tribute to those who had paid the ultimate sacrifice to defend their country, a Russian asset was calling for the violent overthrow of the United States government.

And what kind of lefty radical would disrespect his country like that on Memorial Day weekend? Um, the former National Security Advisor to the President of the United States. 🤷‍♂️

To be fair, if you listen closely you’ll hear that he was actually talking about what happened in Minamar - I think it’s a suburb of Miami or something - and not Myanmar, where a military coup overthrew the elected government.

(No, Secretary Reich or whatever college freshman runs your Twitter account, there aren’t grounds to arrest Flynn for this. To paraphrase Julian Sanchez, if calling for the overthrow of the government - as opposed to actually doing it - wasn’t protected speech in America, you could probably throw the woman who wrote that stupid pro-looting book in jail.)

Forget about the QAnon conference (also featuring Sidney Powell and Lin Wood, but not the MyPillow guy for once) where Flynn was speaking. Imagine that it was the Republican National Convention where he was talking like this. And try to tell me the crowd reaction would be different.

After all, we already have a test case: from 2016, when Flynn got the attendees chanting to summarily jail the Presidential candidate he opposed, because reasons.

Burn this party to the ground and salt the earth.

Speaking of Russian stooges: as someone who has wasted many precious hours watching YouTube videos of celebrities talking about working with Steven Seagal, this caught my attention.

Hollywood actor Steven Seagal, a long-time admirer of Russian President Vladimir Putin, has joined a pro-Kremlin party, the the party said on Sunday.

Seagal received a party membership card of an alliance named Just Russia – Patriots – For Truth on Saturday, a video relased by the party showed. It was formed earlier this year, when three leftist parties, all of which support Putin, merged into one.

Seagal, a Russian citizen since 2016, proposed a crackdown on businesses which damage the environment.

“Without being able to arrest people, when we just fine them, they are probably making more money of the production of the things that are defiling the environment,” said in his welcome speech at a party event.

The party controls a faction in the lower house of the Russian parliament and plans to take part in a parliamentary election in September.

Does this mean we’ll get a Russian reboot of On Deadly Ground any time soon? Stay tuned.

I’ll just leave this masterpiece from Seagal’s Songs From The Crystal Cave album here. You’re welcome.