Two supposedly “conservative” governors have recently shown their pathetic, cowardly true colors for all to see when they both vetoed legislation which would protect children from sexual predators and pedophiles who seek to destroy their bodies for their own sexual and social pleasure and satisfaction.
Kristi Noem and Asa Hutchinson are the two pathetic and cowardly “conservative” governors who have failed to perform government’s first job.
But while there are plenty of stories out there about Noem, and since Hutchinson is the more recent example, I would like to talk about him as opposed to Noem.
Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson vetoed the Save Adolescents From Experimentation Act, which would make it the first state to ban doctors from administering hormone treatment and puberty blockers to children (other similar legislation will soon be passed and signed into law in other states). Thankfully, the Republican-led state House of Representatives overrode his veto on Tuesday, so the bill will become law. But that Hutchinson vetoed it is still a travesty. Even more so that he went on Tucker Carlson’s show and DOUBLED DOWN on his veto, claiming his reason was that the bill was “government overreach.”
The guy even went so far as to claim that William Buckley and Ronald Reagan would both support his decision: “I go back to William Buckley, I go back to Ronald Reagan, to principles of our party, which believes in a limited role of government. Are we as a party abandoning a limited role of government and saying we’re going to invoke the government’s decision-making over and above physicians, over and above health care, over and above parents?”
This is nothing more than an asinine appeal to conservatives, invoking the name of Buckley and Reagan, and pretending as though this is a conservative, libertarian value. It’s bullcrap and he knows it.
First, neither Buckley nor Reagan would EVER support child genital mutilation, unlike Hutchinson. Both believed in limited, but not absent, government. Buckley, in his 1990 book “Gratitude”, put forth the idea of “national service” for children to serve American interests. In other words, he believed in the idea that government ought to be used to protect moral civic institutions to the best of its ability, provided that it can be, itself, a moral and just government. And Reagan is pretty famous for saying: “Government’s first job is to protect the people, not run their lives.”
I even mentioned that both Hutchinson and Noem failed to do government’s first job because I recalled REAGAN when using that term. So the idea that either Buckley or Reagan would support this moral decadence is a flat out lie.
Second, Hutchinson’s line of thinking could be taken to its logical conclusion that NO crime ought to be punishable and no action ought to be barred.
According to his line of thinking, people ought to be allowed to kill one another, rape one another, steal from one another, and do insidious other things to one another. After all, these are the blessings of liberty, right? For a government to use its decision-making power over and above a free people who wish to annihilate one another and perform cruelties and evil against one another would be overreach, right?
If a physician wants to abort a baby, are we to invoke government’s decision-making power over them? That’s Hutchinson’s argument, almost verbatim. If healthcare workers want to physically abuse and kill their patients, are we to invoke the government’s decision-making power over them and get them to stop? If parents want to physically and/or sexually abuse their children, are we to invoke the government’s decision-making power over them?
Somehow, Hutchinson believes the answer to those questions is “no,” which is a ghoulish response that I would expect from the Left, but not from someone who claims to be a conservative and even attempts to justify that through a conservative lens.
Limited government doesn’t mean absence of government. It means getting out of people’s way of living the life they want to live so long as that life is not an obstruction on the life of another. It means protecting the people both from foreign and domestic threats. It means protecting and CONSERVING moral institutions which we know come from God.
Hutchinson’s view of “liberty” is the same kind of liberty that Satan adheres to. “Do what you want, whenever you want, no matter how immoral and how evil.” The freedom to do evil is not a freedom people ought to have. The freedom to do evil is not a freedom conservatives ought to be defending.
We have prisons for those who break the law. We have court systems to judge those who have broken the law. And for the most part, while this isn’t necessarily always the case, law tends to protect what is right and just. Again, not always, as abortion is legal and as child genital mutilation is legal in most states and as slavery and segregation were once legal. But the point that conservatives like Buckley and Reagan were trying to make is that a moral and just government will protect civic institutions which are moral and just. We don’t exactly have a moral and just government, and arguably never have, but to argue that that means everything that is evil ought to be permissible is arriving to the worst possible conclusion.
For anyone on the Right to assert that government has no place in the protection of children is absolutely insane. Hutchinson even went so far as to tell Carlson that “conservatives” ought to retreat from this kind of cultural battlefield so as to “not invoke ourselves in every societal position out there.”
If conservatives do retreat in any area (and we ashamedly have), that means the Left gets to take more and more. If one societal position is not worth defending, we will find ourselves defending absolutely nothing. And then, what’d be the point of being a conservative? What’d be the point of fighting back against the Left? What would we even be fighting back against if they have taken everything?
If defending children from sexual predators, even if those predators are their own parents, is a social and civil position that conservatives ought to retreat from, then burn the entire ideology to the ground, for it is utterly worthless.
But no true conservative will give even an INCH on this matter. Children shouldn’t be subjected to life-altering and life-destroying surgeries and hormone “therapy”. Any conservative that won’t defend children in an area where they ought MOST be defended is not worth their GOP membership; any conservative politician who won’t defend children against an evil and predatory Left in this culture war is not worth people’s vote; and any government which won’t defend and protect children from those who will cause them irreparable harm is not worth existing at all and should be torn down.
Again, thankfully, the Republicans in Arkansas’ House of Representatives have considerably more compassion for children and overrode Hutchinson’s veto, but the governor himself ought to be impeached and removed for this betrayal of Arkansas’ youth.
Trump taught GOP politicians how to win. Noem and Hutchinson are not Trump GOP politicians, clearly. That assertion that conservatives ought to “retreat” is indicative of the Bush, McCain, Romney GOP, which has conserved nothing, started endless wars and have utterly betrayed the founding principles of not only the party but the country, as well as betrayed the people of this country in general.
The Bush GOP is self-serving, elitist, Washington Establishment crap which has largely been thrown into the trash. Post-Trump, seemingly, some are rearing to go back to those dark ages when the only thing we could hope for in a Republican presidency is a decent tax cut, while society crumbles around us. No more. Any Republican who stands in the way ought to be rid of, for they are worthless and useless at best and a total liability at worst.
Thank God that Republicans hold a super-majority in the Arkansas House of Representatives, with 76 seats out of 100. Were the gap between Democrats and Republicans far closer, it is possible that Hutchinson’s veto would have remained, dooming the youth of Arkansas until the next elections (likely, the 2022 midterms, at least). Someone like Hutchinson, for such an action, ought to be removed entirely and replaced with a true conservative who wouldn’t even THINK, let alone argue, that we ought to retreat on any social position.
I hate useless Republicans and traitors. So does any sane and patriotic American who has had enough of the Left’s decadence of our society.
“And give no opportunity to the devil.”
Dear reader, I am sorry. In my last article, where I discussed TIME Magazine taking a victory lap after the Washington Establishment stole the election away from Trump by borderline admitting and confessing what they did (after months of denying it), I finished that article with a bit of a dour message.
I insisted that we ought to take secession as an option seriously because the alternative could well be that we would be forced to getting used to American gulags and concentration camps.
I even finished that article by saying: “Understand, above all else, that the 2020 election wasn’t the death of the Republic. The Republic has been dead for a very long time. 2020 was just the signing of its death certificate.”
I am not taking back any of those things, as I largely believe them to be true. We ought to take secession as a serious option, if not necessarily our first one. We ought to be thinking about the future because it most definitely is possible that we will one day see American gulags being created and filled by conservatives and Trump supporters (and, eventually, anyone who dissents from the State, as communist countries tend to do).
I believe it’s important to warn people about this because, for a long time, we kept hearing from people that such things “would never happen in America.” The American people, to their fault, have gotten far too used to the Constitution working and being applicable for them to believe that it is even plausible that it might not or that tyranny could rear its ugly head as blatantly and obviously as in the Soviet Union or in China.
The thing about the Constitution is that it is a truly unique document, and its establishment a truly unique event. The writing and signing of the Declaration of Independence is also unique.
Freedom, in human history, is the exception, not the norm. Communism didn’t always exist, but its most fundamental principle of government control over everything has existed for a very long time. Oliver Cromwell fought and won against the tyranny of King Charles I, changing the way England was ruled from an absolute monarchy into a constitutional one. General Washington led the Rebels against the tyranny of King George III, helping establish the United States of America and becoming its first president (despite largely just wanting to retire but understanding his sense of duty to become the first POTUS).
During World War I, once Russia had folded, they had two armies fighting for power: The White Army which fought for the Russian royalty and the Red Army which fought for communism. Knowing that this led to the creation of the Evil Empire, we tend to believe that one side was good and the other evil, but that was not necessarily the case. Tsar Nicholas II was no less an authoritarian than the communists which sought to replace him.
So for the United States to be born and for it to exist as it has for as long as it has is truly miraculous; the work of the Lord.
And despite what we see today – the troubles and the worries – we must, above all else, have faith and trust and hope in God as we live from this point forth.
This is roughly what I said in the title and it is somewhat of a callback to an earlier article titled: “Regarding Election, We Must Have Hope In God Above All Else.”
The only difference between this one and that article is that the situation has obviously changed somewhat. In that article, I was expressing hope that God would lead Trump to success over the fraud and the attempted theft of the election, so that we would both have Trump in the White House for another four years and so that we would be better able to understand the size and scope of the swamp in order to better deal with them.
That, obviously, didn’t happen. I am not one to often show my despair, and I generally hope to maintain a positive attitude towards things for, if nothing else, your sake. I am not a very important person in this world in regard to fame or influence (and, frankly, I believe that to be a blessing in disguise now), so it’s not like I saw myself as this charismatic leader who could not afford to show weakness in front of those who “follow”, or read, him. But the Gospel is all about having hope and faith in the Lord, so I hoped to share that with you all. My mistake was, even if for a moment, not saving some of that hope and faith for myself.
Dear reader, I have sinned. I have allowed for the enemy to take control of my thoughts, though largely private, and for him to dictate how I lived my life for some time and how I would view the world and the situations which will follow under the illegitimate Biden administration.
One of the biggest reasons I even suggested secession from the Union (apart from the fact that the Union was basically dissolved when the Supreme Court told 20 states that they had “no standing” in suing other states for the way they blatantly stole the presidential election) is out of fear of the possible future, which I still believe has the possibility of occurring. I still fear that there will one day be American gulags, because I could not possibly afford to try and keep my head in the sand and ignore that as a possibility.
However, I cannot also lean so heavily into that fear as to believe it will absolutely happen. I cannot allow myself to believe what the enemy says.
MSNBC’s Nicole Wallace recently suggested drone striking Trump supporters in order to “fight domestic terrorism.”
Upon hearing that, I am left with two things to do: Either believe her when she says that or believe they can’t actually do that.
By which I mean believing that that’s what is to come next, or at least, sometime in the near future. I see the military surrounding D.C. in a show of force, not against the Establishment but to protect the Establishment from We the People. Of course, even the Establishment has clearly not fully trusted the military, if the calls to purge the military of Trump supporters are any indication, but my general belief with this whole situation is one of distrust for much of the military. They could have stopped the steal and ensured Biden would not illegitimately sit in the Oval Office. And who’s going to challenge them when they are the ones with the guns?
Wanna know why Maduro is still in charge of Venezuela and not Juan Guaido, despite the fact that Guaido is the legitimate president of that country? Because Maduro has the people with the guns on his side.
If the military wanted to, they very well could have stopped Biden, but they didn’t. Likewise, if the military wanted to, they could establish American gulags and do terrible things as well. The thing is that they reasonably would not be willing to do that (even under the assumption that they are all on the side of the Establishment, which is clearly not the case). I think they would far rather control the population as opposed to imprisoning us and executing us en masse. They make the bulk of their money fighting in foreign wars, which is why the top brass was so unwilling to pull out of Middle Eastern countries (apart from the fact that many of them hated Trump to begin with).
But at any rate, my point is that, while it’s not out of the realm of possibility for a powerful military to do this crap, it’s also not particularly likely.
Which brings me to my overall feelings and thoughts regarding where we are headed as a nation. What we must do, first and foremost, is trust in God. We all know, very well, that He would not be allowing even one of these things to be happening if there wasn’t a purpose for it.
Do you believe God to be an evil God? If there was even an ounce of evil in God, we would be absolutely screwed. So, what God allows has to be for the better, correct?
Sure, it’s hard to see how The System taking over this country would be for the better, but understand that it didn’t take over the country in 2020 – it just revealed that it was in control in 2020.
Like I said in my previous article, 2020 wasn’t the death of the Republic. It died long ago, but we just found out about it. God has allowed us to open our eyes to the reality of the state of this country. Communism isn’t what killed America; corruption did.
And it’s a lot easier to be able to make things better when you understand the situation at hand. We had some idea as to what we were dealing with in 2016, which is why we elected Trump. But we were unaware of how truly big the swamp was, even as recently as last month.
Were you expecting Mike Pence, Trump’s very own VP, to be a traitor and even declare “Freedom wins” upon the certification of the installation of a tyrant? Because that sure took me by surprise. I also wasn’t exactly expecting Republican freshmen who rode Trump’s coattails to turn on him and vote to impeach him first chance they could.
I most certainly also did not expect for the Supreme Court to tell 20 states that they had “no standing” in suing other states for how they ran their elections. I was not expecting the SCOTUS to dissolve the Union with a single decision like that.
But it would be far more difficult for us to beat these people if we didn’t know who we were dealing with or how bad the situation truly was. So we cannot fall to despair as I have, ashamedly, done in private.
We, particularly I, have to remember just who is in control. It’s not Biden, it’s not Obama, it’s not Harris, it’s not Soros, it’s not whomever else is pulling the strings in The System. It’s God.
God allows even evil kingdoms to flourish only for Him to then destroy them. To punish the Israelites who were turning their backs on God, He allowed for other kingdoms around them to destroy them to one extent or another. But He never abandoned His Chosen People because that’s not in God’s character. Likewise, He will not abandon whom He has adopted into His Royal Family.
We are children of God; siblings of Christ. This doesn’t mean we won’t face tribulation, but it does mean that whatever tribulation we do face, we will face with God on our side.
There are likely a lot of reasons why God allowed for the election to be stolen in 2020. Among them, at least personally, was to test my own faith. It was easy to believe God when He said that “we are more than conquerors through him who loved us,” when things were going well. It’s easy to thank God for the good times. It’s easy to walk with the Lord when good things are happening to us. It is more difficult, however, to do so in the troubling times. And I am afraid that I, even if for a moment, failed.
Don’t misunderstand, I am still a Christian. But as I always say, it’s one thing to profess faith and another thing to possess it. I need to live by that standard as well and not just profess faith but also possess it. There are times when I have failed and so, I repent. God, my Lord, please forgive me for this doubt I have had.
I have feared the enemy and believed him when I should have put my faith and trust in You entirely. Had I done that, I would not have feared a potential genocide of Christians and conservatives.
Again, it’s not that it couldn’t happen or that it’s out of the realm of possibility. One million Armenians were killed in Turkey. Six million Jews were killed in the Holocaust. Hundreds of millions of people have died to communism.
It’s rational to be aware that tyranny can occur. But it is not rational to assume that such a thing will inevitably happen to us. At least, not in the current climate.
Sure, Nicole Wallace wants to drone strike Trump supporters and she’s far from the only person to either say or think that, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that that’s what’s absolutely and positively going to happen in the future, near or far.
Why? Because we are in the palm of God’s hand and He never allows for something to happen if there wasn’t a purpose for it. And a good purpose, at that.
I understand that this is an argument for those who irrationally deny the Holocaust or try to minimize it, but Israel would likely not have been founded in 1948 had the Holocaust not have happened. That’s not to say the Holocaust was a good thing, by any stretch of the imagination. But that is to say that God takes even egregious tragedies and uses them for good; for His own plan.
The Jews undoubtedly suffered in the Holocaust, but they are also undoubtedly in a better position in the world today with their own land as opposed to being sojourners in other lands.
God restored Israel after nearly two thousand years. God has always restored Israel. Why would I expect Him not to do something similar for His own children?
Luke 11:13 says: “What father among you, if his son asks for a fish, will give him a snake instead? Or if he asks for an egg, will give him a scorpion? So if you who are evil know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your Father in heaven give the Holy Spirit to those who ask Him!”
So we must stay in faith that God will restore this nation. We cannot allow for the enemy to dictate our way of thinking. I don’t know how many more of you were in my same camp regarding this present problem. But even this problem, if we remain in faith (and have good people around us to help us), can be used by God to bring us to our knees.
I am positive that far more people are currently on their knees and praying to God now than there were before this all happened or would have if none of this had happened.
My faith would not have been as tested if Trump had won either in a landslide on election night (as he legally should have) or through the state legislators or the courts. But because my faith was tested, I have been forced to retreat, not away from the battle against the enemy, but into the arms of the Lord Himself.
I have had to do plenty of introspection since this whole thing started, and I have found myself lacking. I have stumbled and erred. I have shown distrust as opposed to trust, and felt fear as opposed to faith.
It may look like we are losing, but that is certainly what the enemy wants us to believe. There is, indeed, something off about their desire to both keep the military active in D.C. and to want to purge it of Trump supporters.
The enemy wants to tell us we are losing, and indeed, they make things look like that’s the case. But for everything that makes it look like we are losing, they certainly aren’t acting like they are winning. At least, not as much as one would think.
The TIME Magazine article was a victory lap, but the military presence in D.C. shows the Establishment’s caution and fear. They have them there seemingly for no reason, but there has to be one.
So, if you are/were like me at any point, or if you feel yourself despairing at any point in the future because the situation may look bleak, I ask that you do the same as I now do: put your faith and trust entirely and wholly on God. We all stumble sometimes, but we cannot have a defeatist outlook on things. It’s one thing to stumble and fall, but quite another to assume we can’t ever get up again.
“Therefore the Lord waits to be gracious to you, and therefore he exalts himself to show mercy to you. For the Lord is a God of justice; blessed are all those who wait for him.”
It’s rather rare for evil bastards who plotted wicked schemes to borderline come out and admit to it, but it seems that people at TIME Magazine felt comfortable enough in the secure power of the Left and the Washington Establishment to perpetrate their own Thousand Year Reich for them to basically admit and confess to the blatant rigging and cheating that happened in the 2020 election.
Why? Because there’s not a damn thing you can do about it.
In a lengthy, 6,500-length article, they spill the beans on what happened that led to Biden being the occupier of the oval office, though perhaps with enough sense not to go too much into gloating territory as to outright admit that there was rigging.
But we’ll get to that in a second.
Early in the article, Molly Ball, the author of this piece, noted a couple of things that happened following Nov. 3rd: silence and corporate America “turning” on Trump, as though they were on his side in the first place.
They note how people were very concerned with potential violence following the results of the election (pretty much entirely because Leftists were going to riot and burn down whole cities if Trump was declared the winner, as he should have been), and that instead, there was “jubilation” once Biden was anointed the winner on the weekend following Election Day.
President Trump, because he could see he was being robbed of his second term, said: “It was all very, very strange. Within days after the election, we witnessed an orchestrated effort to anoint the winner, even while many key states were still being counted.”
By the way, this is something that TIME Magazine quoted themselves, as though there was hardly anything wrong with the picture of declaring the winner of an election while votes were still being counted.
Ball, immediately after quoting Trump, said: “In a way, Trump was right.”
“There was a conspiracy unfolding behind the scenes, one that both curtailed the protests and coordinated the resistance from CEOs. Both surprises were the result of an informal alliance between left-wing activists and business titans. The pact was formalized in a terse, little-noticed joint statement of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and AFL-CIO published on Election Day. Both sides would come to see it as a sort of implicit bargain – inspired by the summer’s massive, sometimes destructive racial-justice protests – in which the forces of labor came together with the forces of capital to keep the peace and oppose Trump’s assault on democracy.”
Of course, they frame it as being legitimate and to keep Trump from “attacking democracy” but this is basically confessing to the blatant rigging that we all saw happen in-real time on Election Night.
Leftist pawns on the ground and powerful, cabal, Establishment-types in big corporations, as well as others, all conspired and colluded (not a word you will find in that TIME article, ironically) to rig the system to make it outright impossible for Trump to win.
And, naturally, TIME Magazine sees no issue with that whatsoever.
“Their work touched every aspect of the election. They got states to change voting systems and laws and helped secure hundreds of millions in public and private funding. They fended off voter-suppression lawsuits, recruited armies of poll workers and got millions of people to vote by mail for the first time. They successfully pressured social media companies to take a harder line against disinformation and used data-driven strategies to fight viral smears. They executed national public-awareness campaigns that helped Americans understand how the vote count would unfold over days or weeks, preventing Trump’s conspiracy theories and false claims of victory from getting more traction. After Election Day, they monitored every pressure point to ensure that Trump could not overturn the result…”
They frame all of this rigging and colluding as a “good” thing for the “benefit” of election integrity when this is all a more detailed version of what they accused Trump of having done in 2016 with the help of Russia.
They outright changed voting systems and laws to make sure that a particular outcome would occur: a Biden victory. They fended off not voter-suppression suits, but voter-integrity suits to make sure that illegitimate votes would be counted as well, since they would pretty much all be for Joe Biden. And, as TIME noted, they got big tech giants to censor what they viewed as “disinformation” and viral “smears” which would be bad for the Democrats.
Twitter silencing the New York Post’s story on Hunter Biden’s laptop, anyone?
Of course, we all already knew that’s what they did. But it’s significant that these people are coming out and borderline admitting to what happened. They attempt to legitimize it as “fighting disinformation” and whatever else, but anyone with a positive IQ understands what “fighting disinformation” means when it’s big tech that’s doing it.
Eventually, Ball writes the following: “This is the inside story of the conspiracy to save the 2020 election, based on access to the group’s inner workings, never-before-seen documents and interviews with dozens of those involved from across the political spectrum. It is the story of an unprecedented, creative and determined campaign whose success also reveals how close the nation came to disaster. ‘Every attempt to interfere with the proper outcome of the election was defeated,’ says Ian Bassin, co-founder of Protect Democracy, a nonpartisan rule-of-law advocacy group. ‘But it’s massively important for the country to understand that it didn’t happen accidentally. The system didn’t work magically. Democracy is not self-executing.’”
Take note of that particular quote. “Every attempt to interfere with the proper outcome…” Not the true outcome, the accurate outcome, or the legitimate outcome. Not the democratic outcome, but the PROPER outcome. Proper for whom? Proper for the people behind this self-admitted conspiracy to STEAL the 2020 election, not save it.
They hated Trump and believed him to be a danger to their cabal. They took every measure necessary to ensure he wouldn’t be given his earned second term, including breaking the rules and the law, as well as outright changing the rules and the law.
At any rate, Ball continues: “That’s why the participants want the secret history of the 2020 election told, even though it sounds like a paranoid fever dream – a well-funded cabal of powerful people, ranging across industries and ideologies, working together behind the scenes to influence perceptions, change rules and laws, steer media coverage and control the flow of information. They were not rigging the election; they were fortifying it. And they believe the public needs to understand the system’s fragility in order to ensure that democracy in America endures.”
What an evil, twisted paragraph. Ball recognizes the “well-funded cabal of powerful people, ranging across industries” (definitely not ideologies, though, just political party affiliation, at best), all “working together behind the scenes to influence perceptions, change rules and laws,” and “steer media coverage and control the flow of information.”
If any one of these things were shown to be occurring in the elections of any country apart from America, it would rightly be called “RIGGING THE ELECTION” as well it should be. But here, it’s not “rigging” the election, but “fortifying” it. Ball literally follows up that admission of blatant rigging with “it wasn’t rigging.”
What a massive load of crap.
And they are admitting to all of this, in my mind, because it well might be impossible to hide all of this and it’s better for the cabal to come out and try to explain and justify it all than to try to hide it and be at a disadvantage.
It’s why Leftists were insisting that there was “nothing wrong” or “unusual” with the election count to take place over days or weeks following Election Day: There absolutely is something wrong and unusual because that has LITERALLY never happened in the history of the country. There were times when a winner was not declared on Election Night, but not when it took days and weeks to count all the votes everywhere.
The 2000 election came down to a handful of counties in Florida, and a couple hundred votes in those counties. Even then, the counting had been finished and recounts were demanded. Remember, Al Gore initially conceded but un-conceded the day after the election when he was asked to challenge the votes. Bush won on Election Night 2000, and was confirmed a month and a half later.
But they wanted to make sure that people didn’t think anything would be amiss by their blatant stealing of this election. They have successfully convinced a number of Americans, on both sides of the aisle, that Biden is the legitimate winner of the election.
It’s utter bullcrap.
And now, they want to come out with all of it to legitimize it and justify it for the next time they try it. There was never any doubt in my mind that they are going to steal the 2022 midterms (as best they could) and the 2024 presidential election, but now they are even trying to “Ministry of Truth” us into believing stealing the election is “fortifying” the election.
When Democrats “win”, that means that the election has been “fortified”. When they lose (not something I expect to happen in any election moving forward, so long as this crap continues), that means the election was “stolen” (i.e., Trump “colluding” with Russia in 2016, the Supreme Court “stealing” it for Bush in 2000, etc.).
And, again, there isn’t a damn thing you can do about it. The Republic is dead and I have no hope that it will come back, at least with the systems we have in place. I have no hope that Republicans can take back Congress in 2022 or that that would even be worth it, seeing as some Republican FRESHMEN who rode Trump’s coattails to get elected voted to impeach him a second time. I also have no hope that, even if Trump ran again in 2024 and exceeded the number of votes he got in 2020 (I mean, he got 75 million but easily should have been 80 million+ considering all the ballot dumps and switches), he would still be “beaten” by Biden (or Harris).
Ron DeSantis, Josh Hawley and other conservatives are seemingly primed to try and run for president in 2024, but none of them will win, not because they would be unpopular (they’d be very popular, particularly DeSantis), but because of the way The System operates. And most certainly, even Establishment Republicans wouldn’t win either, both because they would still have the election rigged against them (why would Democrats want an establishment Republican as president when they could have their own guy who will do everything they want? They called Bush, McCain and Romney “literally Hitler” despite all three of them being Establishment rats) and because they couldn’t draw flies to their rallies or to go to the polls to vote for them.
No one wants to hear some Establishment Republican jackass mouth off about “principled conservatism” and “acting presidential” and “reaching across the aisle”. So no, not even returning to the party of Bush would net Republicans wins because they are neither favored by the people nor the Establishment itself.
As a result, perhaps the only thing, or one of the few things (the other thing can be found here), that can be done to save America from the Washington Establishment and from being overrun by either China or Russia (or whatever new Islamic terrorist organization that will inevitably and undoubtedly pop up at the behest of the Biden administration) is to secede from the Union.
Move to red cities and states and vote to make sure they get more red. The election fraud didn’t cover all states. Biden was projected to win Florida by more than six points, but Trump won it by three. And Tommy Tuberville won in the state of Alabama by about 20 points over incumbent Democrat Senator Doug Jones (who likely benefited from election fraud to “win” in 2017).
So it’s not like all elections everywhere are this corrupted and compromised. Some states are decent, like Florida and Alabama. Others are crap, like Georgia and Pennsylvania. So some states perhaps might have to come together to secede from the Union and form the Republican States of America (name pending, of course) and form a new United States.
This would take time, of course, and a lot of pain will come before it, but it might be necessary to endure all that if the restoration of the Republic is the result. We were already headed towards either divorce or genocide of right-wingers, so might as well try a civil national divorce before the conservative holocaust comes. After all let's not forget that final push for secession may very well have come from the SCOTUS itself, when it decided that one state (like Texas) doesn't have the right to sue other states (like Pennsylvania, Georgia et al). The Constitution is a contract, and if one of the parties cannot sue the other parties in the contract, then the contract is null and void, isn't it? Are we still truly united? Weren't Texas and all the states that joined in their lawsuit against the states of Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, etc. already kicked out of the union?
Trump supporters will be purged from the military, so the Republican States of America could certainly raise a military to defend itself.
This will be the necessary course of action if the system in place cannot be defeated or changed (and there is a less than 1% chance of that happening, in my mind). Again, it's not the only way to save our country, but we have to be willing to begin to seriously consider this as an option.
It's better if we start feeling comfortable with the idea of secession and a possible civil war (I say “possible” because a civil national divorce could potentially and ideally be peaceful). Else, we will be forced to get comfortable with the idea of American gulags and concentration camps. Maybe not any time soon, but certainly sooner than one would think.
Understand, above all else, that the 2020 election wasn’t the death of the Republic. The Republic has been dead for a very long time. 2020 was just the signing of its death certificate.
“Evil men do not understand justice, but those who seek the Lord understand it completely.”
Unfortunately, today is the inauguration of this country’s first known occupier of the oval office, coming as a result of the Establishment working really hard to defeat Trump. Republicans always hated their most popular leader since Reagan and wanted revenge against the people who elected him and re-elected him.
However, there are a plethora of reasons to believe (and very well know) that Joe Biden is not the rightful winner of the 2020 election, neither is he deserving of the title of President of the United States. One of the reasons is the fact that President Trump’s approval rating remains just about the same in recent time as it was during the days, weeks and months leading up to the election.
On his way out, President Trump enjoys FAR better approval ratings than the last Republican president, George W. Bush, who saw historically low ratings of 22% as he was leaving office in 2009. Even Pew’s obviously biased poll showing Trump at 29% approval is still considerably higher than Bush’s, but like I just said, that one was obviously biased and an outlier.
Even NBC’s poll showed that he was around the same (40%) over the last few weeks and days as he was throughout most of his presidency.
And Rasmussen shows that, at least for the last full day of Trump’s presidency, the last real president enjoyed an approval rating of 51%.
Further, despite how undeserving the Republican Party is, Trump is leaving the GOP stronger than Bush did, with Democrats holding a very slim majority in the House (plenty of people assume there will be a red wave in 2022, but one can assume that Democrats will look to cheat in that election as well, so I don’t know how certain it is that Republicans will flip Congress, nor am I certain that that would in any way be a better outcome than what we have now if RINOs will replace Democrats) and only holding a majority in the Senate because of Kamala Harris’ tie-breaking vote (no, Manchin isn’t going to be a savior for conservatives. He’s going to be a good little boy for the Democrats).
And no, I won’t call Kamala Harris the Vice President because she was not elected to such a position, just like Biden was not elected to be president.
By contrast, the Democrats held a 79-vote majority in the House after the 2008 elections and a 59-41 majority which turned into a 60-40 supermajority with then-Pennsylvania Republican Sen. Arlen Specter switching parties (guy was obviously a RINO but at least was honest enough to switch to the party which most closely aligned with his beliefs).
Of course, what is far more important to me is the fact that Trump’s approval ratings remain about the same as for most of his presidency, even after the Capitol Hill riot. Everyone on the Left was, obviously, blaming Trump for it (something which would have had more of an impact if they hadn’t spent the last four years blaming Trump for literally everything bad) and some establishment Republicans were doing the same thing, but the American people, whom elected Trump to a second term, did not blame him for it at any capacity.
Whether or not they believe the riot was acceptable is irrelevant. Those who believe it was a bad thing do not blame Trump for it and rightly point to his speech calling for a peaceful and patriotic protest as proof of his innocence (as well as the fact that Antifa demonstrably had a hand in inciting the riot in the beginning). Those who believe it was a good thing (or at least an acceptable thing) obviously do not blame Trump for it for some of the same reasons as the other people and because you wouldn’t blame someone for something that you consider to be a good or ok thing.
This much is reflected in the polls: the American people LOVE Trump and we re-elected him. It doesn’t help the Left that they jumped the gun, again, and chose to illegally and unconstitutionally impeach Trump (without witnesses, evidence or the ability for him to defend himself) as well as withholding the delivering of the impeachment articles to the Senate, not to mention the clear instruction to social media to pull the trigger and ban the president and many of his supporters from their platforms.
Even if people wanted to blame Trump for the riot, the Left pulling all this crap and targeting all political dissenters as obviously as they are does not help them gain any favorability from the people. Not that they care at any rate anyway. They have proven to themselves (perhaps not for the first time) that they don’t actually need the support of the American people, just the power in certain places.
But it means a lot to me that the American people are on Trump’s side. We just have to figure out a way to turn that to action against the Establishment. May God curse the Washington Establishment and foil their wicked schemes.
1 John 2:18
“Children, it is the last hour, and as you have heard that antichrist is coming, so now many antichrists have come. Therefore we know that this is the last hour.”
I know that in the year of our Lord 2021, it hardly makes much sense to talk about Hillary Clinton, or even mention her in a title, but there is at least one thing which she and Trump have in common: they both have been betrayed by those around them.
Now, that’s not to say that I feel badly for Hillary as a result. She’s every bit the swamp rat that the people who betrayed her are. The way in which Hillary and Trump were betrayed are noticeably different.
Hillary was betrayed at different times for different reasons. Her own husband cheated on her numerous times, some of which were not in consensual relations, and betrayed his marriage vows with her. Her party betrayed her when they believed a slick, young African-American guy from Illinois would be a better leader and president for them than she would (though Obama did wreck the Democrat party after he took office). And her latest stint at running for office was only given to her because some in the DNC believed it was just “her time” to basically be coronated. Even then, the party betrayed her by not taking Trump seriously and not doing enough cheating for her (despite how much they actually did try to cheat).
President Trump, in turn, has been betrayed by a plethora of people around him, both people whom he has misguidedly chosen as part of his cabinet and people who are/were elected representatives who cozied up to the man for the clout and the money, only to turn their backs on him when the best opportunity came about.
And after the Capitol riot, even some who used to call themselves “MAGA” turned against him, choosing to side with those whom have betrayed him in an appeal to seem “in favor of law enforcement.”
Now, there are plenty of theories out there regarding the riots: namely that they were either instigated by Antifa or that the entire thing was allowed to occur by Capitol police, or some combination of just about everything. Me? I have seen videos that suggest it was a set up and videos which suggest it was real and organic. Antifa was definitely there and dressed as Trump supporters (pro-Trump rallies and protests often are met with Antifa counter-protesters but this one somehow wasn't?), but it’s hard to say just how much of a presence they had.
What I do know is that, if these were Trump supporters for the most part, I can understand why they did what they did. Generally, I think rioting is wrong, but after an entire summer of Leftists being allowed to do considerably worse to innocent people, I don’t blame the real Trump supporters that were there for doing what they did.
Throughout the summer, I saw small businesses being either looted, destroyed, burned, or some combination of the three. Wednesday, all I saw was the Swamp being swarmed. I only feel sorry for those who have been physically hurt, however many they are, and for those who may have been killed (theories suggest no one was killed and it was part of the set-up, but erring on the side of caution and grace, I will, until evidence to the contrary totally refutes me, assume that people did die). But I don’t feel sorry for the elites who were scared.
I don’t feel sorry for Mitt Romney getting so shaken up. I don’t feel sorry for the politicians who were scared here who cheered and incited the riots that occurred over the summer. I don’t feel sorry for the swamp rats which have conspired to steal our election and our country. I don’t feel sorry for the establishment rats who believe they are superior to us and who believe they ought to rule us. In my mind, they got a taste of what they deserve.
If anything, the only downside to that riot (apart from the physical damage to people, of course) is that it will embolden these people and give them ammo for ruling us with an iron fist. However, it’s not like they didn’t intend on doing so to begin with. They are thirsty for power, which is why they wrestled it away from us in this election in the manner in which they did. The riots may give them a scapegoat as to why they will do what they will do, but these sick bastards would have done those things riot or no riot.
Still, those who have the mind to it will take whatever opportunity they can from this. The communist bastards will use this opportunity to rule us harshly. The peacetime conservatives who were still among us will use this opportunity to distance themselves from Trump and Trumpism, in the hopes of still having some social presence. The establishment RINOs who were openly against Trump from the beginning will use it to validate and justify their positions. That Romney yelled at Cruz as they were fleeing the Senate floor about how “this is what you have wrought” or something like that is an indication that he feels validated for his beliefs.
On the flipside, there are also those of us who will get a clearer picture as to how to proceed and what kind of people to lead us and surround ourselves with. For example, there is Leo Terrell, who used to be a Democrat and voted for Trump in 2020 solely because of Trump, not the GOP at any capacity. He tweeted a lot on Wednesday, among which is the declaration that: “I will never support any Republican or any candidate who betrayed president Donald J Trump.”
Those of us who are loyal to Trump will remain loyal to him and his populist conservatism, wherever that may lead.
I am no longer of the belief that Trump will serve a second term, but that may be for the best for him. I could hardly imagine being betrayed so many times by so many people in one term and recognize that that was just ONE term. President Trump has done far more for America than any of the people in Washington D.C. could ever accomplish even if they wanted to (which I’m not convinced they do). And the kicker is that he absolutely did not have to do any of this. He didn’t have to go through any of this.
He very easily could have just sat back in one of his many high-class domiciles as the country fell to socialism. For a while, and likely for the rest of his own life, he would have been living very well. The Biden administration and the establishment will, once they have the WH, seek to destroy the middle class, which will be to the benefit of the upper class. He could have easily just ridden a similar wave under what would have very easily been a Hillary Clinton administration. But instead, he chose to stick his own neck out and risk the scorn of half the country if it meant he could have the chance to save all of it.
Granted, I don’t think he ever thought the pushback would ever be so fierce, and even I was taken by surprise a bit, but I don’t think he believed there would have been just about no pushback. Further, if he believed it would have been an easy ride through two terms, and was met with the hatred and vitriol that he was, he would have shrunk back and handed control of everything to the establishment. Very easily, he could have set something up or made some deal which would allow him to resign rather quietly and with some grace. That he stepped up and fought as hard as he did throughout four years is an indication that he at least was expecting some amount of resistance to what he was trying to do, even if not this much of it, or that he at least was willing to stick his neck out and not just back out of what he committed to do.
He risked his own life and wealth to Make America Great Again and people within and without the establishment have immediately or ultimately turned their backs to him. This is something we suspected for a long time, but has become very clear recently: Trump is well and truly alone in D.C. Various people around him have betrayed him, from Omarosa to Scaramucci to Sessions to Barr to Chad Wolf to Krebs and the list goes on and on. The only one I thought was actually still with Trump was Pence, and that clearly is not the case anymore.
Even if unwittingly, Pence has betrayed not only Trump, but the nation itself by certifying the illegitimate results of the 2020 election. While this article is largely about how much Trump has been betrayed, let’s not beat around the bush: Trump being betrayed means we are betrayed.
This goes well beyond President Trump. An entire country’s election has been stolen, openly, and those whom we believed would be in the way of it – the Trump-appointed SCOTUS picks as well as the conservative justices, the state legislatures in the stolen states which are run by Republicans, the Republican governors of some of these states whom rode Trump’s coattails, and even the Vice President himself – have all come to betray us and the Constitution.
I don’t know how Pence believes “freedom wins”, as he declared upon continuing with the counting of the ballots to certify an illegitimate president, when an election is openly stolen and those whom reap the rewards intend on fundamentally destroying this nation even more than they have. Pence’s “freedom” is our slavery. The Washington Establishment’s freedom is our slavery.
Thomas Jefferson is attributed with saying: “When government fears the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny.” What we have is not a government which fears the people. What we have is a government which hates the people. What we have is a government which will do whatever they can to make us fear them.
Unfortunately for them, we have no reason to fear the government and they are incapable of providing even one. Those who fear the Lord cannot fear men. Those who fear the Lord cannot fear the government.
God has control even over the evil and wicked people. Whatever evil they may wish to do is limited by God. They will still do evil, as the fact that Hitler, Stalin, Mao, Pol Pot, Xi, Nero and countless other despots have been allowed to wreak havoc when and where they reigned goes to show, but even that is limited by God. Hitler sought to eradicate the Jews and he failed. Stalin sought to have the Soviet Union rule the world and he failed. Mao and Xi sought/seek to have China rule the world (you think they would be content with a globalist power which they don’t fully control?) and God-willing, will fail. Putin seeks something similar for Russia (he wants to rule the world himself, not let Xi do it) and God-willing, will fail.
Whatever the wicked people of the world, historically and presently, seek to do is all limited by God. They still do evil and incredible damage, but nothing that God cannot change or fix. The evil of slavery had its grip on this country for quite a long time, since before it was first founded, but God, through courageous and righteous men, changed that and brought physical freedom to the enslaved. God freed the hearts and souls of those who were in shackles and, eventually, freed their bodies as well.
The evil of the Holocaust and the Nazis led to the ruination and death of millions of Jews, but God, through courageous and righteous men, changed that and led them to reinstate the country of Israel for the first time in millennia.
I don’t know the plans that God has for us, but I know that they are better than my own. We are now aware of the beast that is the establishment. It’s really quite the accomplishment for Trump that it took this beast, which had been operating in the darkness for decades, to reveal itself in order to defeat Trump. And now that we are aware of the enemy, we can better prepare for them.
In 2016, we had some idea as to the size of the swamp, but believed that it was largely just the elected officials and a few bad apples in the government who needed to be drained. Now, we recognize the size of the beast, and can better prepare for it.
Had we gotten what I wanted, a massive red wave and Trump landslide, the size of the beast would have remained a secret to us and would have made it more difficult for us to fight against it, if not outright impossible. Even if it’s at the cost of Trump’s well-deserved and legitimately-earned second term, we can have a better idea as to what we are fighting than what we would have otherwise.
Which is largely why I implored that people have hope in God above all else. Originally, that article was just regarding the election itself in the hopes that we wouldn’t get a Biden presidency, but the principle works for all situations anyway.
It’s not that we should have trust in our legal systems, for they have been exposed to be very flawed at best and rigged at worst. It’s not that we should have trust in politicians, for they have shown cowardice, betrayal, or both regarding their support for not only Trump but also the American people and the Constitution. It’s not that we should have trust in even Trump himself, because he is every bit an imperfect man as you or I. It’s that we should have trust in the Lord, for He is holy, holy, holy. Only God is entirely righteous, just, fair and wise. It is His Word and His Son whom we should cling to and put our faith and trust.
Recognizing this does not, at any capacity, mean a betrayal of Trump. Bad faith actors will accuse us of being cultists, and some may even take their adulation too far (I did see on Facebook, shortly after Trump was elected, someone who said “In Trump We Trust” which is not something anyone should do or say because we cannot pretend as though Trump can replace God), but many of us trust Trump because we trust God. We trust Trump, no doubt, but we must above all else and everyone else, have trust in the Lord.
There were times when Trump was disappointing, such as when he signed those omnibus bills, but he can be excused because he is human and fallible (not to mention he never neared the level of disappointment that I have felt with regard to many people we thought were on our side). God never disappoints because He is infallible. He is not caught off guard by the actions of the people around Trump or anyone else. He saw this coming when He created the universe. So why wouldn’t any of us put our trust in Him?
Despite the pain and suffering that is sure to come in a Biden (and, quite possibly, Harris) presidency, we must never waver in our faith in God. We must place Him above all else, trust in Him above all else, and follow Him above all else.
The short-term future won’t be pretty, but I believe another like Trump will come along as being anointed by God to fight against the establishment tyrants.
To conclude this rather lengthy impassioned article, all I have to say is… PRAY AND RESIST! For with Christ, all things are possible.
“But Jesus looked at them and said, ‘With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.”
I want to begin this article by making a couple of disclaimers. First, and perhaps most importantly, I am not a lawyer. I cannot give legal advice or counsel, nor can I give expert opinion on the procedures and logistics of possibilities for the Trump legal team to seek legal action against a clearly rigged election result. However, I will be largely quoting actual lawyers, who themselves have already written plenty about the legal options of the Trump team, both back in late November and more recently on Christmas Eve.
So whatever legal opinions are shared here, they will largely either be quotes or paraphrases of these lawyers, or at least backed up by what these lawyers are sharing.
The second disclaimer I want to make is that I am not saying that Trump only has this option for resolving the issue of a stolen election. This one is a little less important, since I don’t think too many people would interpret that title as whittling down Trump’s options for victory, but I still want to make this perfectly clear simply due to my not trusting the Supreme Court at this point (for good reason) and not believing that they are willing to actually do anything to save the Republic or even themselves, not to mention that I also don’t trust the current Acting AG.
But regardless of those things, allow me to share with you the thoughts of a couple of prominent conservative legal scholars who are giving their opinions about the SCOTUS having rejected the Texas suit against four “swing” states (generally titled Texas v. Pennsylvania), and who make a suggestion (which they have gone so far as to formally submit to President Trump himself) about what legal steps the president can take to right the many wrongs committed during this election that have resulted in a fake president-elect.
First, they give their opinions of the ghastly decision by the SCOTUS to reject the Texas suit:
“In refusing to hear Texas v. Pennsylvania, the U.S. Supreme Court abdicated its constitutional duty to resolve a real and substantial controversy among states that was properly brought as an original action in that Court. As a result, the Court has come under intense criticism for having evaded the most important inter-state constitutional case brought to it in many decades, if not ever.”
“However, even in its Order dismissing the case, the Supreme Court identified how another challenge could be brought successfully – by a different plaintiff…”
The lawyers, named William J. Olson and Patrick M. McSweeney, note that the SCOTUS made a massive mistake which could have huge ramifications if not corrected. In rejecting the suit, the Court committed wrongs against Texas and the roughly 20 states which supported its suit (which includes Arizona, for some reason), the United States itself, the President, and We the People.
You see, Alexander Hamilton, in Federalist No. 78, wrote that courts have “neither force nor will, but merely judgment.” Courts have the obligation to explain their decisions satisfactorily to the People, else the reasoning behind the decisions can easily be seen as partisan or corrupted. In its refusal to take up the case, the Court (all nine justices, though it was a 7-2 decision, technically) only issued the reason of “lacking standing”, explaining that reason with one sentence: “Texas has not demonstrated a judicially cognizable interest in the manner in which another State conducts its election.”
That is simply not enough to issue reasoned judgment. It arbitrarily says “yeah, we’re not taking it up because I don’t really think you care about how other states do their elections.” I don’t know the exact wording of every page of Texas’ suit, but I can hardly imagine they went so far as to sue those four states (and be joined by around 20 other states) without providing much of a reason. Texas is most certainly interested in how another state conducts its election because the results of that election affect Texas, or at least, the process of that election’s result.
The winner of that election can institute policy which could harm Texas (Biden’s “green” policies would hurt the Lone Star State), but even more important than that, it would affect Texas illegally. No, a state cannot sue another state for having voted one way or another, as that would pretty much destroy the entire system of the Republic. Texas can’t sue Pennsylvania for having gone to Biden instead of Trump like California can’t sue Texas for having gone to Trump instead of Biden. However, Texas can sue Pennsylvania for having clearly and overtly (to the admission of Pennsylvania’s Supreme Court) gone against both its state constitution and the U.S. Constitution by implementing and executing rules that are not legal or constitutional.
Because those rules were unconstitutional, and they helped Biden “win” that state, that is an illegal result, and so Texas has standing based on that, since they would be illegally and unconstitutionally affected by the result of the election. Furthermore, by doing what Pennsylvania and those other states did, they are utterly corrupting the electoral process by which we select our president. If those states are allowed to do what they did with impunity, then Texas’ voice, as well as all other states, don’t matter in this election. Their electoral power and voice are eliminated entirely because of an illegal and fake result in those states.
Like the lawyers said: “If the process by which Presidential Electors are chosen is corrupted in a few key states, like Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin by rigging the system in favor of one candidate, it becomes wholly irrelevant who the People of Texas support.” Again, if it were all legal, Texas, Trump and his voters would all have to suck it up and admit defeat. But because it was blatantly illegal, we cannot simply accept the result because we know it is not legitimate.
So it’s not only absolutely unacceptable for the SCOTUS to have issued a one-sentence explanation for their decision regarding what is perhaps the biggest suit in the history of the country, but the explanation itself is illogical and constitutionally unsound.
The lawyers put it pretty well: “In the vernacular, the Supreme Court blew it, threatening the bonds that hold the union together.”
If a state cannot be allowed to sue another state which has clearly broken not only its own constitution but also the constitution of the United States, what exactly is the reason for the union to remain? The Constitution is a contract which all states sign on to. If one of them breaks that contract and gets away with it, what reason is there for the others to keep honoring it? What reason is there for the states to remain unified under a broken contract?
It’s why I am not against secession if Biden ends up being the occupier of the oval office. Secession, ironically, would be the only way to preserve the union. We’re not quite there yet, and I pray to God we never get there, because secession would definitely lead to another civil war at one point or another. War is sometimes necessary, but it’s never ideal, and I would much rather avoid it if it can be avoided. But if it’s the only way to preserve the union, it cannot be taken off the table, due to its alternative: full-on communism.
At any rate, after disparaging the Supreme Court for its cowardly actions to defend the constitution at a crucial moment, the lawyers went on to note a way in which this legal case can still be made and be heard by the Supreme Court:
“A strategy exists to re-submit the Texas challenge under the Electors Clause to the Supreme Court in a way that even that Court could not dare refuse to consider. Just because Texas did not persuade the Justices that what happens in Pennsylvania hurts Texas does not mean that the United States of America could not persuade the justices that when Pennsylvania violates the U.S. Constitution, it harms the nation… Thus, the United States can and should file suit against Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin.”
That strategy could theoretically work because the majority of the Supreme Court (two of which are solidly conservative and the others less so but appointed by Trump) could hardly argue that the United States of America does not have a standing or interest in defending the United States constitution.
My only worry is in the fact that it would be up to Acting AG Rosen to file such a suit, which I am not sure he would be willing to do. And at this point, having had great hopes for both Jeff Sessions and William Barr to seek justice wherever they can, without politics being involved in the decision-making process, and being completely disappointed by both of them when they were of great need, I cannot say I have much hope in Acting AG Rosen to seek this option, even under direct order from President Trump.
Trump’s legal team can’t issue this suit since that would have to make it a private suit as opposed to a federal one, and there would be almost zero chance that the SCOTUS would take it up.
Olson and McSweeney’s suggestion could be plausible, and if actually performed (that is, Rosen actually files that suit), would pretty much be guaranteed to have its day in court, but there is reason to be cautiously optimistic about it, at best. I do not trust anyone in the swamp, and while I don’t know a lot about Rosen, do not outright trust him to be willing to go through with this.
Of course, as I mentioned towards the beginning, this legal challenge is not all Trump has to right the wrongs of this election. One Republican representative and Senator objecting to the results of the election on January 6th are all that’s needed to send Congress (presided by Pence) into deliberation and activation of the 12th amendment, leading state legislatures in those states to having one representative voting for the party they have to vote for, leading to Trump’s victory.
But I write this to remind people that there are still a number of options out there, both politically and legally (Martial Law and the use of the military should be last resorts, but not off the table options), to ensure that the rightful winner of this election actually ends up winning this election.
The SCOTUS should absolutely be ashamed of itself for potentially destroying the Republic with that heinous decision, and the people involved in attempting to steal this election should face extreme consequences for their treason.
“Blessed are they who observe justice, who do righteousness at all times!”
Frankly, I originally did not intend to be writing about the useless crap our government wastes our money on so soon after the omnibus bill (which President Trump thankfully vetoed because he is a real patriot), but Sen. Rand Paul’s annual report on government waste was released around the same time of the release of that article, and I kind of want to make this an annual series (for as long as either the government keeps wasting money or I am alive, with the latter being more likely).
And similar to last year’s report, I will talk about only a few things on this report, though the report itself is utterly chockful of other wasteful spending that I would like to get to but doing so would make this article unnecessarily lengthy.
So let’s begin with some of the asinine crap that the government wasted our tax-payer dollars on:
There is a real and sick push out there on the Left to force you into subsistence all for the sake of “saving the planet” from “man-made climate change.” You, the peasant, are responsible for killing the planet, which involves eating meat and stuff like that, so you must be willing to eat bugs like an animal or like people in extremely poor African nations in order to rectify that. Meanwhile, the elites get to enjoy bigger and bigger supplies of rich meat and other delicacies, and will even justify their better lifestyle as them “fighting for the planet,” by telling you how to live a “greener” lifestyle. It’s utter bullcrap, but they will see just how far they can push us on this and how much we are willing to swallow (pun kind of intended).
2. $36M to find out why stress makes hair turn gray.
A Harvard study from January of 2020 shows that it’s the fight-or-flight response triggered under stress that can lead to permanent changes in stem cells that influence the hair’s color. I can only assume that at least some of the money spent by the government went to Harvard in researching this, but I have to ask: why? Why waste money on this? If scientists have the curiosity to find this stuff out, fair enough, but why do taxpayers have to pay for this research?
3. $6.9M using cancer research money for the purposes of creating… a “smart toilet.”
Twitter is already a craphole, so I suppose that the government wanted to see if they could interact in the septic social media while actually taking a crap. But this one is particularly special. You see, this is not only extremely asinine, as hardly anyone needs a “smart toilet”, whatever that means, but this is also rather insulting and repulsive not merely due to the subject matter but due to the reappropriation of funds used for such a purpose. Taking money from cancer research to create a “smart toilet” is what a crap government does (pun very much intended that time), and one that could hardly care about the people suffering from the horrible disease.
4. $3.4M to send messages to moms to stop their teenage daughters from indoor tanning.
I can only imagine the phone bill of the U.S. government if they are sending $3.4M worth of text messages to mothers of teenage girls seeking to get fake tans. But seriously, what the hell is this? Not only is this an asinine waste of money, but it displays something considerably more sinister: an attempt by the government to regulate and direct people’s behavior. There is other stuff on here that is of similar nature, such as the government wasting money to get U.S. adults to stop binge-watching TV, but that only further goes to show how they truly do not see themselves as working for the people. Those who believe they can work and manipulate other people do not see themselves as their workers. What business does the government have if teenage girls are getting fake tans? And what purpose does it serve to regulate that behavior via sending messages to their mothers?
5. $2M to test if hot tubbing can lower stress.
Similar to that first point about stress causing white hair, this one is utterly asinine, but I can see the elitist purposes of this one. After all, there is no doubt in my mind that no less than 95% of people in Congress own a hot tub. They are worried about their shallow images, so they fund idiotic research like the link between stress and white hair, as well as possible cures for that, such as seeing if sitting in a hot tub can lower stress. Next, they’ll probably test if sitting in a sauna also lowers stress (frankly, it’s possible they’ve already funded that kind of research).
6. $1M to try to get people to stop being afraid of going to the dentist.
I have no words. I mean, what can I even say about this one?
7. $10M to spend five years monitoring elections in Zimbabwe.
Could we have gotten some of that money for monitoring our own elections? Because it seems to me like we could have used that. Like in my previous article, it seems like government officials are more interested in the elections of other countries, but could hardly care about the security and integrity of our own, as long as The Party’s preferred candidate was declared the “winner.” The omnibus bill included a challenge to the Belarusian elections (for some of the same issues which plagued the American elections) and also have spent our money on monitoring the elections in Zimbabwe. Can you tell me the name of the president of Zimbabwe? Did you even know that they had presidents? Maybe the name Robert Mugabe rings a bell, since he used to be president of Zimbabwe from 1978 until 2017. Apparently, our government is interested in who wins the elections there, for some reason.
8. $1.5M walking lizards on a treadmill.
Okay, I thought the one about getting people to stop being afraid of going to the dentist was the stupidest one on here, but I was wrong. What the hell is the purpose of this, exactly? This one tops last year’s funding of research to study the effects of nicotine on fish. I cannot at all even see a supposed purpose for this one. At least with the smoking fish, I could rationalize in my own head the purpose of the research (and even then, I noticeably struggled in that endeavor), but I cannot make heads or tails of this one. Why? Why would you do that? To test if the lizards enjoy a bit of cardio? Did the lizards gain a bit of weight during Thanksgiving and they needed a workout? Are we testing to see if lizards can be walked like dogs? I’m racking my brain here trying to make sense of this, but I really can’t.
9. $200,000 to study how people cooperate while playing e-sports video games.
The answer is that they probably cooperate like they would in actual sports: communication and planning. Football players and coaches draw up plays for them to try and win. Basketball players do the same. Competitive video game players, no doubt, do the same thing. That’s how they cooperate. Can I have my money now, government?
10. $4.5M to spray alcoholic rats with bobcat urine.
Okay, I have several questions. First, why? Second, why are the rats alcoholic? Third, why spray them with bobcat urine? Fourth, why spray them with urine at all? Fifth, why spend $4.5 million on this? What purpose does this serve? To see if the alcoholic rats got ticked off? I imagine they did. You would too if you were blackout drunk and someone sprayed you with urine. Just why?
There is much, much more, but I can only fit so many items and briefly talk about each of them without making this article overly lengthy. Sen. Rand Paul overall arrived at an estimated $54.7 billion in government waste, which could have been used to, I don’t know, give Americans more than an accumulated $1,800 over nine months!
The overall message of this article is not really dissimilar to the previous article regarding the omnibus bill: these people hate you and don’t have much problem with showing that. They will happily spend money finding out if hot tubs reduce stress, what the effect is for walking lizards on a treadmill, and what happens when you spray inexplicably alcoholic rats with bobcat urine, while the American people are outright forced by their local and state governments to lock down and be out of work. The government cares more about monitoring elections in Zimbabwe (which aren’t even scheduled to take place for another two years, so why is that item in this year’s budget? Or at all?) than it does about monitoring our own elections to make sure that one of the candidates doesn’t steal it from the rightful winner via election fraud.
The government is far more preoccupied with setting forth an agenda to force you into a strict diet of bugs while they dine like kings.
The Party hates you and will make you suffer for the success that you have brought for yourself. Even for those who are already poor, their share of suffering will further increase because The Party hates everyone whom they believe is beneath them.
1984 was supposed to be a warning for present and future generations about government overreach, not an instruction manual for those seeking to subject the world to their will.
“When the righteous increase, the people rejoice, but when the wicked rule, the people groan.”
Back in March of 2018, President Donald Trump, unfortunately, signed a horrendous omnibus bill for the fiscal year 2018 in order to avoid a shutdown. For fiscal years 2019 and 2020, Congress avoided pulling the same bullcrap, 11th hour writing and voting of an omnibus bill, heeding the warning by President Trump that he would not sign another bill like it.
Seeing as most people in Congress believe Joe Biden to be the President-elect, they are back to their usual b.s. ways, writing up an over 5,000-page omnibus package with Chinese coronavirus “relief” in it, and overwhelmingly voted for it in both chambers.
This omnibus bill is an even bigger slap in the face than the 2018 one was, seeing as we were not in government-mandated lockdowns back then.
With millions of people unemployed (and with stricter lockdown measures being imposed by far-Left governors, leading to worsening situations), thousands of businesses closed and fewer ways for Americans to feed themselves, Congress has approved a b.s. spending bill which graciously gives Americans making less than $75,000 a year a measly $600, which Speaker Pelosi called “significant” (while she called $1,000+ in bonuses handed out by businesses after the tax cuts were passed and implemented “crumbs”).
$600 is all you plebs are worth to the people who are supposed to serve us. $600 is all these people, who believe you should be locked down and without a job, think you should get. After 9 months of lockdowns, a total of $1800 per American (making up to a certain amount, that is) has been given to the American people who are losing their jobs, their livelihoods, their homes, and in some cases, their lives.
Meanwhile, take a look at what Congress chooses to help fund instead of struggling Americans:
And this is just regarding SOME spending in this $1.4 trillion bill. There is other asinine crap like investigating the 1908 Springfield Race Riot, regulations regarding race horses, funds for a museum offering “programming, education, exhibitions” on… “the life, art, history, and culture of women,” as well as some sections about discouraging teenagers from drinking and having sex (which is rather puzzling, seeing as Democrats make plenty of profit off of pregnant teenage girls too scared to consider anything other than an abortion), and educating “consumers about the dangers associated with using or storing portable fuel containers for flammable liquids near an open flame.”
Oh, and by the way, it gives $1,800 to households with illegal immigrants, so even they get more money than Americans do.
Like I mentioned earlier, this is an over 5,000-page bill, written shortly before it was passed, and I can guarantee this is just the tip of the ice berg for this insane bill.
But unlike that 5,000-page, nearly 1.4 million-word bill, I only need but one page and a few words to say to The Party: Screw you. And believe me, I SERIOUSLY want to use far stronger words than that. The English language doesn’t have enough words for me to describe how repulsed and enraged I am at Congress.
All of this spending for foreign nations and foreign and domestic programs and all Congress could give a damn about giving to Americans is $600? $900B was used for COVID relief. 900 billion divided by 330 million people in America amounts to more than $2,700 per American, which is more than what even President Trump was asking for. If Americans are getting $600, where is the other $2,100?
And, of course, idiot “small-government conservatives” like Rep. Jim Jordan have the gall to say “the best COVID relief is a job.” Are you kidding me? I don’t disagree, in general, but is this guy so divorced from reality that he has forgotten that MULTIPLE STATES HAVE ORDERED LOCKDOWNS THAT HAVE SHUTTERED BUSINESSES AND LED TO MILLIONS OF LAYOFFS?!
It’s because of idiots like Jordan that conservatives are considered heartless and outright stupid.
In just the first 5 weeks, nearly 27 million people lost their jobs. Due to the recent lockdowns in states like New York and California (as well as other states), we are still seeing 800,000+ unemployment claims every month and these tyrants don’t appear to be willing to let go of their chokehold on their residents any time soon.
Yeah, I would agree that the best COVID relief would be a job, but think about this for a second, Jimmy: WHY WOULD WE EVEN NEED COVID RELIEF IF JOBS WERE SO WIDELY AVAILABLE?! The very REASON Americans are asking for a handout here is not because they are lazy and don’t want to work – it’s because they have been FORCED not to work by their local and state governments, depending on their state.
This is not the time to be going like “get a job, hippie.” If the government is going to force Americans to not work, the LEAST they can do is subsidize them. This is not a “socialist” take, but a common sense one. The socialism comes in the form of forcing Americans to not work. The socialism comes in the form of reckless spending and subsidizing of PAKISTANI TRANNIES.
This omnibus bill reeks of America Last, and many people in The Party simply do not care.
Now, you might be asking why I’m even calling them “The Party.” It’s because this presidential election has taught me something valuable: there is virtually no difference whatsoever between Democrats and Republicans. I had a feeling this was the case sometimes, as I have spoken out against establishment Republicans and RINOs like Mitt Romney, but I see that the problem is considerably more widespread than I originally thought it was, if people like Gov. Kemp and his SecState are any indication (among others).
President Trump enjoys overwhelming support from voters who are Republicans, but not from the GOP itself. The GOP Chair and many other GOP politicians either stand in direct and open opposition to him or do so in secret, appearing to be supportive of him from the outside. There are only a handful of elected Republicans that I can actually consider to be at least fairly conservative and care about the American people. The rest are so in-line with Democrats that they may as well all belong to the same party.
Which is why I no longer care to differentiate between the “two” parties. They may have different names, but their goals are the same: screwing the American people and making sure they are on top and remain there. They might disagree as to what speed to go in accordance with this goal, but that’s where the differences end.
Oh, and speaking of the election, the omnibus bill includes a challenge to the presidential elections in BELARUS due to some of the same election shenanigans that were present in the U.S. election, such as early voting ballot stuffing, destruction of ballots, pressuring of poll workers, etc. So these are things that we would not tolerate in foreign elections, but when they happen here, particularly to benefit The Party’s preferred candidate, we are absolutely okay with it. What a joke.
These people have not suffered the consequences of their legislations – by design. Not one of them was subjected to the Obamacare mandates when they passed them. Not one of them is subjected to suffering what they put people through. They still get their paychecks. They don’t have to worry about where their next meal is going to come from. They don’t have to worry about facing eviction.
They don’t have to worry about how they’re going to pay for all these programs, foreign and domestic. Of course, eventually, we’ll run out of money, but they will run out of money only after we do.
Now, a liberal might argue “you didn’t seem to mind too much about government spending while Trump is in office, but now that Biden will be POTUS (which is arguable), you want to whine about government spending?” The difference between spending during the Trump economy and spending during the Leftist economy (such as Obama’s economy and this current one which has shuttered businesses and led to layoffs) is that a Trump economy is healthy and strong enough to be able to pay for a lot of the spending. Arguably, the government was still spending more than they should (and I have written about that), but with a healthy economy, there is less reason to worry about government spending. We do not have a healthy economy right now, though, thanks to Leftist politicians and RINO cowards (people who usually make up “The Party”).
The economy is suffering right now because of this and this is the biggest spending bill to date. This is how countries collapse.
And in the meantime, with these politicians not giving a rat’s ass about the future, all they can think to give struggling Americans is $600. It’s like they were so excited about all this spending that they nearly forgot they have to provide something to the American people, so they just threw in a number that is not big but not extremely and insultingly low. And yet, they still came up with an extremely and insultingly low number.
I suppose they wanted to give enough money for people to buy the new PS5, since they cost around $600. Nowhere near enough to help people pay their rent and bills (including electricity), but enough to let them get a new console and maybe a game or two.
These people hate you and they have no qualms about showing it. They pretend as though they are dissatisfied with this bill, but if they truly were, they would not have passed it, particularly with such overwhelming support for it.
These politicians are among the biggest reason Trump was elected in the first place. The President is one of only a handful of people in Washington D.C. (and in elected office in general) who actually give a damn about America and Americans. It’s no wonder, then, that they have worked so far to undermine him at every turn and outright cheat and break the law to steal a re-election he was going to win handily without that.
I can only hope that God will provide a way for us to undo the damage these evil bastards have been doing for decades and continue to do without a care in the world.
“For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the cosmic powers over this present darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places.”
Recently, Trump adviser Peter Navarro issued a report which he titled: “The Immaculate Deception: Six Key Dimensions of Election Irregularities.” In this report, Navarro outlines the various ways in which Democrats, in some cases at the behest of Republicans, conspired and coordinated to, if not outright steal the election, at least stack the deck against President Trump.
It’s a lengthy report – far too long for me to cover everything with great detail here – so I will try my best to summarize every important point and keep my explanations/opinions fairly short and succinct, because just about everything here is important and I do not want to make this article unbearably long.
Navarro begins by summarizing the findings that he would later go into further detail: how each of the six states which questionably swung for Biden used very different and egregious tactics to ensure the outcome that we all saw.
He notes six key dimensions of irregularities which occurred, to one capacity or another, in most if not all of the six states, which are in the following table:
As you can see, there is some or wide-spread evidence of each of these dimensions in all the states, though varying in how they show up. There is wide-spread evidence of ballot mishandling in every swing state except for Arizona, and there is wide-spread evidence of significant statistical anomalies in every state except Pennsylvania.
Now, for a very brief opinion portion, I wonder why Pennsylvania does not show even some statistical anomaly, considering that Trump’s lead was the biggest in this state out of the six, and it somehow and improbably utterly vanished by the end of it. That was the kind of lead that was statistically impossible to overcome, a point which is even admitted to by those in the fake news media, at least back on election night when Trump was still ahead by over half a million votes.
It was statistically impossible for Joe Biden to erase that lead to the point of winning, but Navarro is likely talking about things apart from the statistical likelihood of overcoming massive deficits.
At any rate, the second table that Navarro shows is this one:
As you can see, by midnight on election day, Trump held quite sizable leads in four states: Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin. The only two swing states that are not here are Arizona and Nevada, because Biden held a lead in those states by midnight of election night, with 30,000 in Nevada and less than 150,000 in Arizona (though there is plenty of reason to doubt that Biden should have “won” those two states either).
Perhaps what is most important to note is the third table Navarro shares, which takes the first one about the six dimensions of election irregularities and adds the figures of Biden’s “victory” margin and the possible illegal ballots:
As you can see, in just about every state (except Michigan because the state government illegally wiped the voting machines a couple of days after the election was “completed”), Biden’s margin of “victory” is considerably smaller than the amount of possible illegal ballots in each state. Which is why Navarro belabors the following point: “The ballots that have come into question because of the identified election irregularities are more than sufficient to swing the outcome in favor of President Trump should even a relatively small portion of these ballots be ruled illegal.”
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has already said that those 200,000 votes are illegal and should not be counted, so in theory, that SHOULD lead to Trump taking Wisconsin, though for that to happen, the state’s Legislature (which is controlled by Republicans), has to step in and give the state’s electoral votes to Trump (and they are within their constitutional authority to do so, as I have already outlined in a previous article).
The other states should all do the same (it’s already egregious that this much was allowed to occur) and throw away those illegal ballots.
At any rate, Navarro then goes into further detail regarding each dimension that he describes, beginning with outright voter fraud, which constitutes: bribery, fake ballot manufacturing & destruction of legally cast real ballots, indefinitely confined voter abuses (as in, people who said they could not physically show up to vote and thus requested absentee ballots, but were later proven to have been able to physically show up to vote in states where indefinite confinement is the only excuse for not showing up to vote), ineligible voters & voters who voted in multiple states, dead voters & ghost voters, counting ballots multiple times, and illegal out-of-state voters.
Navarro shows that there is evidence of every state doing at least two of those things. There is wide-spread evidence of bribery in Arizona and Nevada; wide-spread evidence of fake ballot manufacturing, etc. in Arizona and Georgia and at least some evidence of it in Nevada and Pennsylvania; wide-spread evidence of indefinitely confined voter abuses in Wisconsin and some evidence of it in Georgia and Pennsylvania; wide-spread evidence of ineligible voters in Arizona, Georgia and Nevada; wide-spread evidence of dead voters in Arizona, Georgia and Nevada, with some evidence of it in Michigan and Pennsylvania; wide-spread evidence of repeated counting of individual ballots in Wisconsin, with some evidence of it in Michigan, Nevada and Pennsylvania; and finally, wide-spread evidence of illegal out-of-state voters casting ballots in Arizona, Georgia and Nevada, with some evidence of it in Pennsylvania, as you can see in this table:
This is just ONE dimension of election irregularities out of six, and I am already sick with the corruption and blatant attempt of theft of this presidential election.
And I know that Leftists will conveniently say “there is no evidence of voter fraud”, which is frankly an absolute laugh after hearing for the last four years about how “Trump colluded with Russia” and that there’s “mountains of evidence” of it, but unlike those blatant liars, there actually IS mountains of evidence of voter fraud here.
Navarro’s report says: “Evidence used to conduct this assessment includes more than 50 lawsuits and judicial rulings, thousands of affidavits and declarations, testimony in a variety of state venues, published analyses by think tanks and legal centers, videos and photos, public comments, and extensive press coverage.”
All the Left ever had regarding Russian collusion was the debunked Steele dossier (which was oppo research by the Clinton campaign), the Trump Tower meeting between Don Jr. and a Russian lawyer who was not connected with the Kremlin at all and basically lobbied Don Jr. about a man wrongfully imprisoned in Russia, and a slew of promises by pundits and politicians about how “Mueller had the goods” without any substantial evidence to back up those claims.
So no, these are not the actions by a sore loser; they are the actions by a clear and rightful winner who KNOWS has been cheated and backstabbed by a number of people who wish to see him gone for the sake of their elitist establishment.
At any rate, Navarro then goes into more detail about each of the items in the dimensions, such as the bribery of Native Americans by the Biden campaign to trade their ballots for “Visa gift cards, jewelry, and other ‘swag,'” as well as the fake ballot manufacturing/destruction of legally cast real ballots, citing a sworn affidavit by a truck driver who alleged to have “picked up large crates of ballots in New York and delivered them to a polling location in Pennsylvania.” This same point could be made regarding out-of-state voting.
He also points to the most flagrant example of fake ballot manufacturing happening in Georgia, where poll watchers and observers were asked to leave after a suspicious water leak, and that once the room was cleared, several election officials went on to pull out large boxes and suitcases filled with ballots from underneath their tables. The fake news media, after video of this came out, went on to say “nothing to see here, move along, this is routine and normal,” which is nothing but b.s.
I could go on and on with plenty of examples for each item in each subsequent dimension, but Navarro’s report is better for giving you knowledge about that than this article. His report is rather lengthy, as well it should be since he is detailing a lot of election irregularities that helped sway the election for Biden, but it’s definitely worth a read. There are some elements in this report that even I did not fully know about and served to only further make my blood boil at how disgusting the Left is, and how enraging some Republicans in these states have been.
But at any rate, no one should be considering Biden to be President-elect because he is neither legitimate nor actually President-elect. The rightful winner of this election, by a country mile, is President Trump and he is the one we should be seeing in the White House for the next four years. Anything apart from that is a complete abortion of justice and the death of this Republic.
Shame on Mitch McConnell for being so eager to get rid of Trump and shame on the Republicans who have fooled us into thinking they were worthy of wielding the power that they do. The Democrats, I frankly expected this sort of behavior, but that does not mean that they should benefit from clear rigging and thievery of this election – they should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law and thrown into prison, if not made to suffer the penalty of treason.
I pray to God that we will see the rightful president be inaugurated January 20th and that we purge the establishment far more aggressively from now on. I refuse to allow this country to fall to cheating tyrants.
“So whoever knows the right thing to do and fails to do it, for him it is sin.”
A little less than a month ago, I wrote about how annoying controlling Leftists are in how they, often crudely, order people to wear masks because it’s “patriotic” or “selfless” or “will help crush COVID” or whatever else they were saying. In that article, I also talked about a Danish study which showed that masks were “statistically insignificant” regarding protection for the wearer (or, in other words, they don’t work).
Well, now, we come back to this topic from a different angle: people are wearing their masks and the “solution” hasn’t solved jack.
A common pro-mask argument is that virtually everyone should wear masks, that way, we’d be able to crush the virus and return to normal. The problem is that people are doing exactly that, and it’s clearly not working.
On December 7th, New York Governor and infamous Grandma Killer Andrew Cuomo tweeted: “Hospitalizations are going up. Wear. A. Mask.”
There have been nearly 800,000 cases in New York, with more than 35,000 deaths. Pretty bad, but is it the fault of the New Yorkers? Because, according to a mask-compliance tracker from Carnegie Mellon University, 96% of all people in the state of New York wear masks as instructed. More specifically in the New York metro area (the biggest populations), 97% of people wear masks.
If masks work and virtually everyone (96% average for the state) is wearing a mask, then why are hospitalizations going up? And why focus on hospitalizations? Why not focus on deaths? Maybe because the number of deaths (which is contested enough as it is) is considerably smaller than cases, so it’s less likely to scare people into compliance?
What’s a scarier number to hear: that the U.S. has reached more than 15 million cases (even that is just 4% of the total population) or that around 300,000 people have died from it (less than 0.1% of the population)?
But at any rate, as I was saying, if things still aren’t looking great, as Cuomo alludes here, but virtually every New Yorker is complying with mask mandates and guidelines, then what does that tell you about the masks?
This is a point we shall revisit over and over in this article.
Moving on, California Governor Gavin Newsom also has tweeted plenty about the virus. In a recent tweet on December 8th, he tweeted: “COVID-19 hospitalizations have increased dramatically over the last two months nationwide. Wee [sic] need to put data and science at the forefront and get through this surge together. Wear a mask. Stay home. Be safe.”
Oh, how I wish these infuriating jackasses would practice what they preach when talking about following the science.
Same as with NY, California hospitalizations seem to be going up. Governor Newsom has made it a requirement to wear a mask since June 19th. And Californians are pretty obedient, with a 95% compliance rate for the state.
In the San Francisco metro area, you find 97% mask compliance. In Sacramento, where the governor lives and works, there is a 95% compliance rate (though Newsom and his friends appear to be part of the 5% who don’t comply). Similarly, Los Angeles county sees 95% mask compliance.
So if hospitalizations are going up and everyone is wearing their masks, what does that tell you about the masks?
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy gives daily Chinese coronavirus updates on his Twitter account. In every one of them, he points to new cases, as well as total cases, new deaths and total deaths, and always says “Mask up. Social distance,” or something akin to such orders.
CMU’s tracker finds that 95% of New Jersey residents comply with mask mandates/guidelines.
Many people throughout the country wear masks as ordered, required, or encouraged to do. Even Wyoming, the state with the least compliance in the country, sees 80% of residents routinely wearing masks.
What we find as a result, if we are still fighting this virus, is that the guidelines and policies instituted by “scientists” and politicians have not worked anywhere close to advertised. Now, I am not stupid, I know that combating a virus would take time and no “solution” provided would ever be a quick one. But consider that we have outright been PROMISED by these people that “if only everyone wore masks, we’d beat this virus.” Everyone’s wearing masks and we haven’t beaten the virus. That is a stupid and unrealistic argument to make, yet many take it, still, as gospel.
Matter of fact, before this, I didn’t know myself how many people wore masks. I was under the impression, since these jackasses continually tell people to wear masks, that maybe no more than 75% of the country, at most, was actually complying with the mask orders. I don’t live in a state where everyone is crazy about wearing masks, and often times do not see people wearing masks when out on the street, so I figured there was a solid percentage of people out there who routinely did not comply with the mask orders, but that number is a lot smaller than I imagined.
Again, virtually everyone is wearing a mask, and things have not gone the way the “experts” and politicians said they would. “15 days to slow the spread” has turned into “nine months to scrutinize the one guy at Walmart who doesn’t wear a mask and call the police on someone for refusing to wear a mask.” “Flatten the curve” has turned into “flatten the economy and you are a grandma killer if you want to open back up.”
The American people have made great sacrifices in this pandemic and have, perhaps naively, trusted the people we have elected into power with actually being competent enough and decent enough to effectively combat this virus, listen to the actual science (which, by definition, is bound to change as we discover new things about the virus) and not be total hypocrites about following the rules they impose on everyone else.
These tyrants have taken people’s actual fears about the virus (which have been greatly overblown thanks to the fake news media which pretends as though the Chinese virus is the black death) and taken advantage of it. A scared population will do whatever you tell them to. That much is clear given these mask compliance statistics.
More than showcase that masks don’t work, this showcases how evil many politicians are. Even those we once considered patriotic conservatives have shown their true colors by either turning into mini-dictators themselves or by being scared of the bad press they would get if they did not conform to the idea that getting the virus was practically a death sentence, so people HAD to obey everything they were told.
There is a reason the good people of Ohio booed their governor and Lt. Governor at a Trump rally when they insisted on people wearing masks and social distancing: these two bozos are, at best, scared of what the media will say about them and at worst no better than some of the most egregious Democrat tyrants.
Despite all the evidence that masks don’t work, especially not as advertised, these people will still push for the junk science that “everyone needs to wear masks”. They use junk science that pushes the idea that they do actually work, in spite of the fact that so many people wear them and things seemingly are still extremely bad.
And, by the way, I’m only taking these fork-tongued jackals at their word that hospitalizations are up. Such a vague statement could mean a less than 1% increase from a relatively small number. For someone like Cuomo to say this means nothing to me, after he refused to use the Navy hospital ship for the very purpose Trump sent it there. That ship barely saw any sort of use for treating people with the Chinese coronavirus, or even people who needed to go to the hospital for reasons apart from the virus. It barely saw any action, and then Cuomo has the nerve to cry “hospitalizations are up”?
It’s not that he cares about New Yorkers and their health – it’s that he enjoys the power that he can wield on them. Using actually good resources to fight the virus would have been antithetical to his desires to control his population and, as a bonus, to help beat Trump. After all, he continually blamed every mistake he made on Trump and the “Feds”, and the media happily went along with it, blaming hundreds of thousands of deaths on Trump alone, despite the governors having a hell of a lot more to do with that number.
Now, virtually none of what I’m saying here is new. We all knew, for some time now, that masks did not work, particularly close to as advertised. We all knew that these people are tyrants and jackals – demanding people social distancing and not go outside their homes if they didn’t need to while declaring racism a “public health crisis” and allowing BLM protests and riots following the death of George Floyd (not to mention his 700 massive funerals). But all of this serves to further showcase just what kind of evil pieces of crap many Americans have to deal with, in some cases, by choice.
While I, at this point, don’t doubt many Democrats are in power due to election fraud, there are still plenty of people out there who look at this tyranny and think “yeah, this is going great!” Plenty of people out there who mock or insult those who have lost their jobs due to an unnecessary lockdown. Plenty of people out there who made the conscious (though, arguably, without a conscience to speak of) decision to vote for Joe Biden and a slew of other Democrats.
In many cases, plenty of people voted into power the pieces of crap currently ruining their lives while enriching the elites. However, I seriously doubt that that’s a majority in this country.
We need to wrestle away the power that these tyrants have taken for themselves. It’s the only way to protect our freedoms and our Republic.
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