Mychal Massie is a Worldnetdaily columnist who routinely writes some of the more bizarre screeds that appear on that site (and imagine the competition for that description). But see if you can make any sense at all out of this weird, incoherent bit of word salad:
We the People didn’t wait for a show of hands pursuant to who would be involved before cries of outrage cascaded from every area of domicile. People didn’t ask others, “What can we do?” They took it upon themselves to express personal outrage that metastasized into a cacophony of condemnation that resulted in the retreat of the A&E cable network. That is the exertive power that politicians know exists and pray every day we do not realize that we have at our disposal. Because, as was evidenced in the 2010 off-year elections, when We the People are motivated to stand up and push back, no political force on earth can deny us…
We the People must be vigilant and proactive. We cannot rely upon the media. We know right from wrong, and we certainly should know a lie when we hear one. But I would be remiss if I didn’t reference the prominent part the church played in defense of protecting and preserving the truth pursuant to defending Mr. Robertson.
I was saying it before the 2010 off-year elections, and I’ve been saying it since same. The ability to stop the transmogrification of our great nation into a socialist state where we are lorded over by Fabianistic, Neo-Leninist Mensheviks who are the equivalent of toxic pathogens intent on subjugating the minds and behavior of our populace lies with We the People.
This sounds like someone trying really, really hard to sound smarter than he is by using a bunch of big words. And failing badly.