Democrats are very adept and clever at changing their vernacular to avoid negative connotations, lessen opposition and conceal their actual purposes.
For example, once, they called themselves “liberals” but switched to “progressives,” which disguises being socialists.
The term “tax and spend” became “revenue and investing.”
Reverse discrimination was instead called “affirmative action.”
Their advocacy of “multiculturalism” was relabeled “diversity.”
The term “gun controls” was eliminated in favor of “gun safety laws.”
Being “pro-abortion” became “pro-choice.”
When “global warming” failed to gain public support, it was renamed “climate change.”
The term “social justice” is a euphemism for socialism.
In 2008 presidential candidate Barack Obama said that his election would lead to “the fundamental transformation” of the United States. Transformation is a thorough or dramatic change in form or appearance. Now, Democrats are substituting the term “reimagining” instead of transforming.
To “reimagine” is to form a new conception, which sounds more benevolent.
What are the Democrats reimagining?
In the 2020 Democratic Party Platform, they write of reimagining policing and education. They are reimagining voters and voting: “We will make voting easier and more accessible for all Americans by supporting automatic voter registration, same-day voter registration, early voting, and universal vote-from-home and vote-by-mail options.”
They envision a socialist country under one-party political rule by the Democrats. Democrat’s reimagining includes a “new normal” emanating from the political exploitation of the COVID-19 virus.
Joe Biden uses the slogan “Build Back Better” to represent the new normal. It is called the “Great Reset” of political, social, economic, and environmental policies in Europe. In the words of Congressman Rahm Emanuel (D-IL), “You never want a serious crisis to go to waste. And what I mean by that is an opportunity to do things that you think you could
not do before.”
Supposedly, the COVID stay-at-home and business shutdown restrictions have reduced carbon emissions by 7% through decreased worldwide economic activity and will mitigate climate change if continued through 2030. Therefore, the post-COVID “new normal” cannot permit a
return to pre-COVID capitalism.
Months of economic depression have destroyed millions of families’ livelihoods and produced a mass of people unable to care for themselves without government assistance. The COVID-inspired state of fear, strict behavioral control, loss of jobs, and growing dependence on the state
has created the opportunity to convert to socialism with a guaranteed minimum income and healthcare and education. According to House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-SC), “This is a tremendous opportunity to restructure things to fit our vision.”
The reimagining of America is nothing less than the end of the American Republic.