The murder of 600 Americans in six cities over a period of just six weeks far outweighs the effects of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus and unemployment, both of which are under control, and it is controversial that mass media does not report on those events.

One thing these losses of life have in common is that they occur in cities under Democratic rule, which would make them guilty, noted writer and Media Director Kevin McCullough in one of his articles in Townhall on July 5.

People in New York, Washington, Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and Baltimore were shaken by the skyrocketing crime rate and the incomprehensible financial cutbacks of police departments.

The view McCullough shares is that the real threat to Americans are the Democrats, and it could be more deadly than the CCP Virus.

“The single most important threat to our nation right now are Democrats who vote to eliminate law enforcement and who are, by extension, responsible for the largest and most significant increase in loss of life,” McCullough warns.

He also explains the reasons for his conclusion.

“They are allowing Marxists and anarchists to create complete chaos and disorder. They also seem utterly unconcerned about any lives mattering, black or white,” apparently driven only by the desire to win the next presidential election.

“Fox & Friends Weekend” co-host Pete Hegseth believes that the United States is in the middle of a culture war, in which he also thinks that Marxism acts as an ideology of destruction that promotes “a burning hatred for America.”

For Hegseth, the vandals are “antifa and BLM-affiliated Marxists, [and] the Democratic Party [is] completely permissive [of them and vandalism].

In the face of this grave social situation, Hegseth expressed his recognition and strong support for President Donald Trump, whom he said he defends “love for America,” according to Fox News on June 24 on “Outnumbered.” 

“The leftist mafia is trying to demolish our heritage to replace it with a new repressive regime that only they control,” President Trump said in a White House speech released on June 23.

“It’s not the behavior of a peaceful political movement, it’s the behavior of totalitarians and tyrants and people who don’t love our country,” Trump added.

Thus, for Hegseth, Trump represents the love of America and believes this is the aspiration of most Americans.

“I think President Trump recognizes that defending a simple love of America, defending 1776 against 1619, is still where most Americans are,” Hegseth said.