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.”
We are in the midst of a crisis with the coronavirus. We need to lead the way with science – not Joe Biden’s record of racism, xenophobia, and fear-mongering. He is the worst possible person to lead our country through a global health emergency. Biden further diminished the U.S. in the eyes of the world by expanding his travel ban. This new “African Ban” is designed to make it harder for black and brown people to immigrate to the United States. It’s a disgrace, and we cannot let him succeed.
If any of that first paragraph sounds familiar to you, it’s because much of that is what Occupier Biden said about President Trump’s travel bans from Europe and China, back when those were the hotspots of the Chinese coronavirus. Biden accused the president of not leading with science, of having a record of “hysteria, xenophobia, and fear-mongering” and that his “African Ban” was only birthed out of racism to make it more difficult for non-whites to come to the U.S.
And yet, despite all of these charges, Joe Biden is doing pretty much the EXACT same thing that President Trump did regarding traveling during this pandemic. Occupier Biden is banning travel for non-residents in South Africa, much of Europe, the UK, and Brazil.
Clearly, xenophobe Joe Biden is only doing this because he is a racist (and has an extensive record of it) and a xenophobe and not at all because it is the logical thing to do.
NBC News reported on this disgusting racist’s travel ban:
“[Occupier] Joe Biden plans to sign restrictions Monday on travel to the United States to mitigate Covid-19 transmission, two White House officials confirmed Sunday.”
“The ban would prevent most non-U.S. citizens from entry if they have recently been in South Africa, where a new strain of Covid-19 has been identified. The virus has killed more than 418,000 people and infected upward of 25 million across the U.S., according to an NBC News tracker.”
“Biden is also expected to reinstate broader restrictions that were in effect much of the past year but were rescinded by President Donald Trump days before his term ended. The limits would affect non-U.S. citizens traveling from the United Kingdom, Ireland and much of Europe in what is known as the Schengen countries, which share a common visa process. Travelers from Brazil would also be affected.”
Well, clearly, because he is targeting South Africa, which is 80% black, and Brazil, which is 43% multi-racial, the guy is doing this because he is a massive racist and xenophobe.
Two can play at this asinine game of pretending everything is about race. Obviously, this action is a logical one. You don’t want much mobility across different countries when in the middle of a pandemic. Our borders must be thoroughly enforced and travel restricted.
But these are the SAME actions that Trump took at the start of it all (when it mattered the most) and everyone on the Left, including the Occupier himself, attacked him for these actions.
Remember when Joe Biden repeatedly promised that he would do a better job of handling the coronavirus and proceeded to not give a single example of what he would do differently to Trump? Literally two days after inauguration, Joe Biden said: “There is nothing we can do to change the trajectory of the pandemic in the next several months.”
Two days in and the guy basically gives up on his promise to “build back better” and to “gain control” of the pandemic. Not a surprising outcome, but what is surprising is how quickly he came to admitting this. Actually, it’s surprising he even admitted it in the first place, but Joe has never exactly been very smart with words… or at all.
It’s no wonder, then, that he enters office with the lowest approval rating for any incoming administration at just 48%. Both Obama and Trump entered office considerably more popular, with 67% and 56% approval, respectively. Whatever “hope” and “change” he promised to Americans throughout his candidacy was pretty much extinguished in less than 48 hours. And whatever actions he does take regarding the virus are not different in any way to how Trump handled it.
The “ideas” he proposed throughout his candidacy are all ideas which Trump either had already brought up days, weeks or months prior, or had already implemented days, weeks, or months prior.
Something I wish Trump had said during at least one of the debates against Biden regarding his handling of the virus is the following: Trump would turn to Biden and say “so what’s your plan to deal with the virus? I haven’t heard it yet and you have yet to tell anyone. The ideas you brought up are things that I already implemented or talked about well before you did, so what’s your plan? It’s not that you would do anything different from me. It’s that you would do the exact same things that I’ve done, only far too late.”
Would something like that have changed the course of the election? Considering the election was outright stolen, I’m compelled to say “no”, but it would have gotten some people, perhaps, to reconsider their (actually legitimate) vote for Biden.
The main thing that Biden ran on is that Trump was screwing everything up regarding the virus. Had Trump pointed out that Biden had either 1) not shared how his plan was different from the president’s and 2) come up with “ideas” which were no different to what Trump was already doing, and that at least does a little *something* regarding how people viewed Trump’s handling of the virus.
But there’s hardly any point in discussing this. The election was already stolen and Biden is the occupier of the oval office.
However, it’s worth pointing out just why it is that no one ought to ever vote for the Left. There are, of course, a million and one reasons to not vote for Leftists, but this is at least one of them: they are liars and hypocrites.
Biden never shared his strategy with dealing with the virus because he had no strategy. Certainly no strategy which was different or better from Trump’s, perhaps with the only differences being the imposition of unconstitutional (and unenforceable) mask mandates and the shuttering of the economy, which no one can reasonably argue are good strategies. Even then, those are not Biden’s own ideas (though he is known as a serial plagiarizer) and are things other politicians, both state governors and foreign leaders, have implemented.
Now, a liberal might, for some reason, argue that Biden didn’t share his strategy “because he didn’t want Trump to steal it and take credit for it.” Okay, but if the strategy was better, why wouldn’t he want to share it with THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES?! Even if he’s running against him, why would he withhold a strategy that could potentially save hundreds of thousands of lives (btw, this is on the erroneous presumption that the virus is as deadly as they say it is)?
Wouldn’t it have been the right thing to share those ideas and strategies anyway, even if Trump stole them and took credit for them? I thought Biden was the nice and decent and considerate candidate who was basically Jesus’ long lost brother, or something?
So either Biden had no strategy whatsoever and just lied to people to get them to vote for him, or he prioritized winning an election over people’s lives. Either way, he doesn’t exactly come off as decent or someone who ought to hold any kind of office.
In a just world, he certainly wouldn’t, that’s for sure.
But since he does hold office, illegitimate as it may be, I have no intention of being merciful or graceful with the demon. Why would I not call him a racist and xenophobe for instituting these travel bans which heavily impact people of color? It’s what he did to Trump. Why would I give him any sort of grace or credit? He never showed any to his political opponent.
Joe Biden is a massive racist anyway, as I have already pointed out. This move, I consider to have been done due to race. Joe Biden wants to keep black and brown people out of the country and this much proves it.
Democrats set up these rules, I’m just doing my part to force them to play by them.
“No one who practices deceit shall dwell in my house; no one who utters lies shall continue before my eyes.”
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.”
In my opinion, the United States should have also banned big tech ahead of its own elections, seeing as they at least played some part in the election interference (something which they admitted to planning on doing shortly after Trump’s election victory in 2016). It’s kind of a shame that Uganda can run elections better than the U.S. can.
But in any case, let’s get to the main subject of the article. A couple of days ago, the president of Uganda temporarily banned Facebook, Twitter and all other big social media platforms ahead of its elections because, according to a spokesman for President Museveni, “Facebook is interfering in the electoral process of Uganda. If people wanted to have evidence of outside interference, now they have it.”
The official Twitter account for the government of Uganda tweeted: “The President warns that if social media channels like Facebook and Twitter are not being friendly and equitable to some of the Ugandans, then there is no reason as to why we should have them operate here.”
Facebook alleged to the AP that Museveni’s campaign “used fake and duplicate accounts to manage pages, comment on other people’s content, impersonate users, re-share posts in groups to make them appear more popular than they were. Given the impending election in Uganda, we moved quickly to investigate and take down this network.”
See, I’d be more willing to believe that Facebook was cracking down on those who clearly violated their TOS if they hadn’t spent the last few years cracking down on those who did not violate their TOS and only held and shared dissenting opinions from the ones Facebook shared. How many of you reading this article have been put in Facebook jail at least once? How many times do you believe you violated the platform’s TOS to deserve such a punishment? What caused you to be punished in such a way? Sharing violent threats? Sharing misinformation? Because Leftists can do both of those things with utter impunity. Did you share things which were pro-Trump but a bigoted Leftist (or a number of them) reported your post/comment(s)?
Madonna, back in 2017, publicly shared that she had thought “an awful lot about blowing up the White House.” Terroristic comments like that, when uttered by Leftists and aimed at the Right, are allowed on social media.
Now, a liberal might argue: “But she made that threat in a speech during a protest in D.C., not on Facebook, so why would social media ban her?” I don’t know, why did they ban the sitting president’s account? The “incitement” that the Left claims he made was also made in a speech during a protest in D.C. The words he used, by the way, included “peacefully”, so he never even got close to making a terroristic threat like Madonna. And yet, he gets purged from social media, but Madonna receives no punishment.
The Ayatollah Khamenei frequently breaks social media TOS by making threats against America, Jews, Christians, etc., and his account is not only not banned, but some have reported that he was PROMOTED by Twitter as someone for them to follow.
So forgive me if I don’t exactly believe Facebook’s side of the story here. They very well could be telling the truth, but I could hardly care at this point. If they wanted my sympathy and support, they shouldn’t swing their ban hammers around in the direction of right-wingers solely for the purpose of being right-wing.
Naturally, since Twitter was also on the receiving end of this Ugandan ban, they bitched and moaned against “censorship.”
“Ahead of the Ugandan election, we’re hearing reports that Internet service providers are being ordered to block social media and messaging apps. We strongly condemn internet shutdowns – they are hugely harmful, violate basic human rights and the principles of the #OpenInternet,” said Twitter’s Public Policy account.
And, I just have to say, thank you so very much, Twitter, you hypocritical morons. You have just given those of us who support the regulation of social media a massive gift by admitting that what you provide is a “basic human right”.
Uganda didn’t outright ban the internet, it just banned big tech social media platforms. By saying that banning such content is a violation of basic human rights, you give up the argument that people don’t have a basic right to having and using a Twitter account.
LOLbertarians (libertarians who hilariously support tyranny when it comes from corporations) argue that “no one has a right to Twitter” or Facebook, etc. Apparently, Twitter itself does not agree with them, seeing as they believe taking away Ugandans’ ability to use social media is a violation of basic human rights.
So, then, what purpose does any lawyer have to not go after Twitter for violating the basic human rights of thousands of conservative accounts, including that of the President of the United States?
Now, I wouldn’t argue that it’s a “basic human right”, but it should be considered part of a First Amendment right to free speech. Social media, particularly the big ones, have become the new public square. It’s where people share their opinions on things if they so choose. To ban someone for holding the “wrong” opinion is a clear violation of that First Amendment right.
“But the founders never envisioned something like the internet and social media when they wrote the First Amendment.” True, but they also didn’t envision modern weapons like what we have today, but if you could ask them about modern weapons, there’s no doubt they would include such weapons as being protected under the Second Amendment.
They wrote the Second Amendment with the idea that an armed people would be more difficult to be subjected to tyranny. The weapons people had back then were just about the same as what official militaries had. If anything, I would argue that the founders would make the case for citizens being able to wield the same kinds of weapons that the military has. Maybe not things like tanks, helicopters and aircraft, but fully automatic guns and other things. Maybe not grenades and other explosives, but who knows?
So if they intended for Americans to be able to protect themselves with guns, likely knowing that guns would evolve one day and advancements would be made, why wouldn’t they argue in favor of free speech in places like even social media?
What’s more, Leftists have no issue with claiming that athletes have the right to protest the flag before games, despite the fact that they are 1) employees of the NFL/the teams that signed them and 2) working in stadiums held by private companies. So if athletes can exercise their free speech rights despite the private ownership of both the teams that signed them/the league that they play for and the private ownership of the stadiums in which they play, why can’t everyday Americans exercise their free speech rights in privately owned social media platforms?
I mean, even Twitter is admitting here that it’s a “basic human right” to be able to use their services. I wouldn’t go that far, but people definitely have a First Amendment right to use their services in such a way.
“But what about the crazy people like QAnon, who come up with insane conspiracy theories about everything?” What about the crazy people like the Democrat party, which came up with the insane conspiracy theory that Trump colluded with Russia to steal the 2016 election?
I’m not one to strongly defend Q because a lot of what those guys say is, at best, baseless and without evidence, but let’s not pretend as though the Left isn’t just as baseless and without evidence about a lot of things they say. For three and a half years, CNN and other fake news media organizations ran with the utter lie that Trump colluded with Russia, despite zero evidence turning up that would prove it. That was as much of a conspiracy theory as the theory that Trump is sending good guys in the DOJ to arrest high-profile individuals like the Clintons, Obamas, Soros, etc.
The idea that Trump tried to collude with Ukraine against Biden is as much a conspiracy theory as the one that JFK Jr. is still alive. No evidence means no real reason to believe it’s true. So if Q should be banned from social media because of what they say, then so should the OVERWHELMING majority of the Left.
But as long as they aren’t harming anyone, or calling for the harm of anyone, why wouldn’t they be allowed to use social media?
There was a guy I saw recently who claimed that the Trump Administration reached out to him and people like him (the guy is from Britain and lived in what looked like a very small and inexpensive apartment) about something regarding Trump staying in office for the next four years with the help of the military. The guy, in his “About” page (he has a website), claims that he is someone who was frequently visited by aliens, “shadow people”, or something like that, and in general, other crazy stuff. The guy is off his rocker, clearly, but what harm does he do by saying what he does?
Without providing any evidence, there is no reason to believe anything he says (and his other claims regarding aliens and what-not make any of his claims dubious at best). Why should he not be allowed a platform when the fake news media, again, without evidence, is allowed massive platforms to claim that Trump colluded with Russia (among other things)?
And with that same zero amount of evidence, why would Twitter and Facebook not ban people that made that sort of claim if the platforms are intent on stopping the spread of disinformation?
The fact of the matter is that the Left is a frequent breaker of social media platforms’ TOS, and yet, they hardly ever receive punishment for their actions. The social media giants have clear agendas and an intent on silencing dissenting voices of opinion, regardless of whether or not they break the TOS.
So, again, forgive me if I fail to show or have any sympathy for the woes of social media giants when Uganda chooses to ban the platforms ahead of its elections.
It’s not even like I’m necessarily taking the Ugandan governments’ word for their reasons to ban the tech giants. Maybe the Museveni campaign is doing everything Facebook is alleging that they are. But with how often the tech giants cried “wolf” about people breaking their TOS who did not, in fact, break their TOS, why should I give Facebook or social media the benefit of the doubt?
Why would I side with them when, to Twitter’s own admission, they “violate basic human rights” when they strip people of their ability to use their platforms? They are every bit the censorious violators of free speech that they claim the Ugandan government to be, so why defend them at any capacity?
Give people back their free speech rights, and then I will side with them against the Ugandan government. Until then, and for as long as they choose to be corporate tyrants, I will support regulating them and even breaking them up.
Monopolies shouldn’t exist anyway.
“Evil men do not understand justice, but those who seek the Lord understand it completely.”
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.”
It’s rather easy to search this, but do you want to know what was the very first article that was published on this site? What the topic was about? The very first article was about a very similar subject to this one: Christian persecution, and it asked the question of whether or not there is Christian persecution in the United States.
To summarize that article, yes, there is Christian persecution in the U.S., has been for a while, and it very well might get worse in the future if we allow it.
However, it’s worth pointing out that there pretty much has always been Christian persecution for as long as the religion itself has existed (and technically before, since Christ suffered that kind of persecution, despite Him having been Jewish and following Jewish law). I’ve already talked about that, nearly two years to the date.
Christians will always be persecuted and we have been for a very long time. One example of this in the history of Christendom is the story of Thomas Becket, an English archbishop who was persecuted and ultimately murdered for defending the Church and placing it ahead of the Crown.
The 850th anniversary of his martyrdom was very recent, on December 29th, and President Trump made sure to commemorate this anniversary and that moment in history, adding the need to end Christian persecution much like what happened to Becket.
In a proclamation, President Trump wrote: “Today is the 850th anniversary of the martyrdom of Saint Thomas Becket on December 29, 1170. Thomas Becket was a statesman, a scholar, a chancellor, a priest, an archbishop, and a lion of religious liberty.”
“Before the Magna Carta was drafted, before the right to free exercise of religion was enshrined as America’s first freedom in our glorious Constitution, Thomas gave his life so that, as he said, ‘the Church will attain liberty and peace.’”
The president went on to give a brief summary of Becket’s biography, noting that Becket was an archbishop who was killed by four knights of King Henry II in his church, Canterbury Cathedral, on December 29, 1170, after Becket famously resisted the king’s attempt at dwindling the power of the Church with the Constitutions of Clarendon.
Trump’s proclamation went on to say that when Becket refused to accept Henry’s declaration, “the furious King Henry II threatened to hold him in contempt of royal authority and questioned why this ‘poor and humble’ priest would dare defy him, Archbishop Becket responded ‘God is the supreme ruler, above Kings’ and ‘we ought to obey God rather than men.’”
“Because Thomas would not assent to rendering the church subservient to the state, he was forced to forfeit all his property and flee his own country. Years later, after the intervention of the Pope, Becket was allowed to return – and continued to resist the King’s oppressive interferences into the life of the church. Finally, the King had enough of Thomas Becket’s stalwart defense of religious faith and reportedly exclaimed in consternation: ‘Will no one rid me of this meddlesome priest?’”
“The King’s knights responded and rode to Canterbury Cathedral to deliver Thomas Becket an ultimatum: give in to the King’s demands or die. Thomas’ reply echoes around the world and across the ages. His last words on this earth were these: ‘For the name of Jesus and the protection of the Church, I am ready to embrace death.’ Dressed in holy robes, Thomas was cut down where he stood inside the walls of his own church.”
“Thomas Becket’s martyrdom changed the course of history. It eventually brought about numerous constitutional limitations on the power of the state over the Church across the West. In England, Becket’s murder led to the Magna Carta’s declaration 45 years later that: ‘[T]he English church shall be free, and shall have its rights undiminished and its liberties unimpaired.’”
“When the Archbishop refused to allow the King to interfere in the affairs of the Church, Thomas Becket stood at the intersection of church and state. That stand, after centuries of state-sponsored religious oppression and religious wars throughout Europe, eventually led to the establishment of religious liberty in the New World. It is because of great men like Thomas Becket that the first American President George Washington could proclaim more than 600 years later that, in the United States, ‘All possess alike liberty of conscience and immunities of citizenship’ and that ‘it is now no more that toleration is spoken of, as if it was by the indulgence of one class of people, that another enjoyed the exercise of their inherent natural rights.’”
“On this day, we celebrate and revere Thomas Becket’s courageous stand for religious liberty and we reaffirm our call to end religious persecution worldwide.” Trump added that “the crimes against people of faith must stop, prisoners of conscience must be released, laws restricting freedom of religion and belief must be repealed, and the vulnerable, the defenseless, and the oppressed must be protected.”
The president concluded: “As long as America stands, we will always defend religious liberty. A society without religion cannot prosper. A nation without faith cannot endure – because justice, goodness, and peace cannot prevail without the grace of God.”
He is right, of course, in all of these regards. But given the nature of the Left, who are driven by Satanic beliefs, we will not see the end of Christian persecution any time soon.
Like I pointed out in that article from nearly two years ago, what the United States has done for those of us who are Christians is give us a moment of relief from that sort of persecution. Legally and constitutionally, we are free to exercise our religion. The problem comes when even those who are sworn to enforce the law and protect the constitution willingly decide not to do so. While there are a number of police officers who have defied their insane (often Democrat) governors and their tyrannical mandates, I have seen far too many videos online of police officers forcing Christians to disperse from public prayer and forcing churches to shut down.
The Chinese coronavirus gave people in power with already some dictatorial tendencies to freely and with impunity rule their states and cities with an iron fist. I’ve already detailed how Cuomo and de Blasio have targeted synagogues and churches by forcing them to shut down while allowing mosques to still operate, and there are stories of churches in California being fined and threatened with permanent closure for defying Newsom’s orders.
Christian persecution exists in different forms at different times. One thing I will say is that even this current persecution is not quite as bad as it used to be in the past, or as it is in other parts of the world like in China or some Middle Eastern countries. Christian leaders today aren’t being killed in cold blood by police for defying the lockdown orders. Thomas Becket was killed in cold blood by the king’s knights (the equivalent to today’s police) for defying a piece of legislation specifically because of its clause which subjected priests charged with a serious felony to being judged by a secular jury and being given a “secular punishment”.
I don’t know everything about how the criminal justice system used to work in 12th century England under the rule of King Henry II, and I have no idea what “secular punishment” means, but it’s clear that it was far easier for tyrants to exercise extreme measures against what they consider to be pests for things which are, from what I can see, considerably less of a big deal in comparison to impeding the religious liberty of assembly and worship of Christians in states across the country. I don’t want to trivialize or minimize what Christians had to go through back then, but I consider this present crisis to be worse than the Constitutions of Clarendon, seeing as it affects far more people than just priests who are charged with serious felonies (and who knows what constituted as a “serious felony” in those days?).
Even still, it’s not like Newsom or Cuomo can order cops to shoot and kill church leaders for their defiance. Even de Blasio has made numerous threats to permanently close down synagogues but has yet to actually go through with that, despite those synagogues’ persistent defiance.
So in many ways, this kind of Christian persecution is not nearly as bad as it was back then (again, church leaders aren’t being extrajudicially murdered for their defiance), so we should count our blessings, but any Christian persecution must be fought against anyway.
We will continue to see it, undoubtedly, and it could potentially get far worse. Again, the law and the Constitution protect us but only insofar as there are those who are willing to enforce the law and Constitution. Otherwise, law is just words written on paper and utterly worthless.
The country has the laws necessary for protecting and securing our borders – we just need to enforce those laws. The country has the laws necessary for protecting us against election fraud – we just need to enforce those laws. The country has the laws necessary for protecting religious freedom – we just need to enforce those laws.
The good news is that, either way, we are blessed in the Lord. If we are not persecuted, that’s great; if we are, that’s fine too. God will recompense us all our sorrows, our worries, our pain. All that we lose, God will multiply. If the enemy takes away our wealth, God will multiple that wealth. If the enemy takes away our families, God will multiply those families. If the enemy takes away our lives, God has guaranteed us eternal life through His Son, Jesus Christ.
The enemy has power, but that power is nothing compared to God.
“Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness’ sake, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.”
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!”
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.”
This week has been rather chockful of news. Let’s begin with what I think are the most important pieces of news: first, that Dominion Voting Systems, the system used in various states to try and steal the election for Joe Biden, uses a system by SolarWinds Orion, which the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issued an emergency directive in response to what they say is a known compromise.
This is worth noting because it’s been a little over 40 days since the November 3rd election, and it takes a while (between <30 to >55 days, according to IT Governance USA) for these kinds of breaches to be 1) detected and 2) reported to the general public. The November 3rd election is well within the timeframe for usual hack detections from this point, and again, Dominion Voting Systems uses SolarWinds systems to operate, meaning that they could have been subject to a breach.
From the CISA Twitter account: “JUST RELEASED: Emergency Directive 21-01 calls on all federal civilian agencies to review their networks for indicators of compromise and disconnect or power down SolarWinds Orion products immediately…”
From the CISA website: “The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) tonight issued Emergency Directive 21-01, in response to a known compromise involving SolarWinds Orion products that are currently being exploited by malicious actors. This Emergency Directive calls on all federal civilian agencies to review their networks for indicators of compromise and disconnect or power down SolarWinds Orion products immediately.”
CISA Acting Director Brandon Wales said: “The compromise of SolarWinds’ Orion Network Management Products poses unacceptable risks to the security of federal networks. Tonight’s directive is intended to mitigate potential compromises within federal civilian networks, and we urge all our partners – in the public and private sectors – to assess their exposure to this compromise and to secure their networks against any exploitation.”
It’s also worth noting that Dominion Voting Systems has still not powered down, so they are in violation of the CISA’s orders.
Since Dominion uses SolarWinds, and the election is within the timeframe for the discovery of hacks/security breaches, does that mean that Dominion itself was hacked? I cannot say for certain, but given what we know about the election, and given these news, it is within the realm of possibility.
What is also worth noting is that the US Treasury was also victim of a hack. Reuters reports: “A sophisticated hacking group backed by a foreign government stole information from the U.S. Treasury Department and a U.S. agency responsible for deciding policy around the internet and telecommunications, according to people familiar with the matter.”
Why is this important? Because if the two occurrences are related and a foreign government is involved in this, it triggers an executive order signed by Trump in 2018 regarding foreign interference in our elections. This EO requires the DNI to report to the president 45 days after an election if he or she found evidence of foreign interference in that election. If so, the DNI and other members of the president’s cabinet who have to do with national security can offer the president recommendations for punishment.
The EO itself, of course, has no bearing on the election, just punishes the identified criminals with asset forfeiture and things alike (both the foreign interferers and those who may have given them access domestically, for example, Gov. Kemp, if he is found to be a part of this). But if because of this EO the DNI finds foreign interference, that allows legislators and judges/SCOTUS justices to have concrete evidence of a national security threat and can take steps to ensure that the election is resolved in a better way. This is particularly the case if it’s found that Joe Biden is connected to the foreign interferers (and given we know he is tied with Russia, China and Iran, the three biggest suspects regarding foreign interference in US elections, it should mean bad things for “The Big Guy”).
Of course, that US Treasury hack does not have to be the only thing that would trigger the EO. If other aspects of the election are shown to have been interfered with by foreign actors, that would also trigger it. The reason I mention it is because foreign actors, according to Reuters (so not exactly a conservative source), hacked into the Treasury most likely around the time of the election, and a security breach was also recently discovered in a system which is connected to the voting system used in many states, particularly the ones which we find problems, such as Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, etc.
In other words, Trump has PLENTY of avenues for victory because of what we are finding here.
What’s more, according to a forensic review of the Dominions systems in Antrim County, Michigan, the Dominion Voting machines “were assigned a 68.05% error rate.” That means that 68.05% of the ballots cast in that county’s election were sent for adjudication, meaning that they are sent off somewhere “where people in another location can change the vote,” according to Michigan lawyer Matthew DePerno, who is involved in this case.
The report also shows changes in vote totals on November 3rd, 5th and the 21st. That 68.05% error rate is particularly staggering considering that the Federal Election Commission allows for just 0.0008% error rate. That staggeringly high error rate demonstrates systematic design, not human error. In other words, it’s done on purpose.
The Gateway Pundit has a great article about it that talks about this in far more detail and with other things which are of great importance that I can’t talk about here without making this article excessively long.
My overall point here is that there is PLENTY of evidence of voter fraud and now even hacking to lead to this election either being overturned or tossed (thus leading to one vote per state), both of which lead to a Donald Trump victory. There is still some time before the election is absolutely over and plenty can happen and develop in such a time frame.
I just hope that justice will be done in the end and that Biden, who himself has admitted to being involved in election fraud, does not end up near the White House, but instead, is headed towards prison at the lightest sentence (if evidence of treason is found, as I believe there is, it should lead to considerably worse punishments for a whole lot of people).
I pray, at the end of the day, that God will deliver us from the evils of the Left and will lead us towards victory against them.
2 Corinthians 2:14
“But thanks be to God, who always leads us in triumph in Christ, and manifests through us the sweet aroma of the knowledge of Him in every place.”
I want to make my thoughts surrounding election fraud perfectly clear: we do not have a Republic if fraud is allowed to take place and be used successfully and effectively. If Republicans in the State Legislatures do not fight for this country, it is over for them and for us.
This is not even about fighting for Trump himself. This is about fighting for the constitutional Republic in which we live. It’s about fighting for the rule of law. If they fail in doing this, it’s gone. The Republic would be dead.
There have been points over the past month, since election day, in which I have wanted corrupt, traitorous Republicans like Brian Kemp and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger tried and punished severely for their actions against America. I am convinced that those two (and many others) have betrayed this country in refusing to even look into election fraud in their state and pretending as though they haven’t been presented with MOUNTAINS of evidence of it all.
We literally have video of poll workers PULLING SUITCASES FILLED WITH BALLOTS FROM UNDER TABLES and yet, we are told “there is no evidence of fraud.” We have seen, live on even the fake news sources, Trump votes be taken away. We have seen votes be switched from Trump to Biden by the MILLIONS. We have seen more mail-in ballots be returned than originally sent out. We have seen enough evidence to, at the very least, toss this election into the garbage and have State Legislators decide the election, as the Constitution provides.
Publius Huldah wrote an article not long ago for RenewAmerica, detailing “A constitutional roadmap for conquering election fraud.”
Huldah, for some background context, is a retired litigation attorney, got a degree in philosophy before law, specialized in political philosophy and epistemology (that is, the theories of knowledge) and now writes about the Constitution, using the Federalist Papers in order to prove the original intent and meaning of the document.
In this piece, like I said, she details a constitutional roadmap for defeating election fraud and securing our Republic.
She writes: “The following shows what the State Legislatures and each Branch of the federal government have the authority to do to address the monstrous crime which has been committed against our Country.”
First, there is Article IV, §4 of the U.S. Constitution, which reads: “The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government…”
In Federalist No. 10, James Madison wrote: “A republic, by which I mean a government in which the scheme of representation takes place… The two great points of difference between a democracy and a republic are: first, the delegation of the government, in the latter, to a small number of citizens elected by the rest…”
A Republic, Madison says, is a form of government whose power is exercised by representatives elected, directly or indirectly, by We the People. In a democracy, the electoral college would not exist. It would be strictly down to the popular vote to determine who wins the presidency, which would leave plenty of people in plenty of states disenfranchised from the electoral process, seeing as only the biggest states would be relevant in such an election. There would be no point in addressing the needs or desires of those living in smaller states.
For example, in Argentina, the elections are strictly democratic. Popular vote reigns supreme. But this means that only the biggest and most populous provinces matter. Argentina has a population of a little over 45 million people. Easily, more than half live in only three provinces, out of a total 23, so only those three are where politicians spend most of their time campaigning and trying to get people’s votes.
For perspective, the three most populous states are California, Texas and Florida. In a pure democracy, that would mean that politicians would have to campaign pretty much exclusively in those three states. Obviously, other states participate in the electoral process, and those three don’t amount to more than half the country’s population, but winning those three states would be very important for any presidential candidate. And even then, again, those three states don’t amount to half the country’s population, so they would still need to campaign in states like New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois, and all the other big ones.
Smaller states like Wyoming, Idaho, West Virginia, New Mexico, Nevada, Iowa, etc. would hardly be of any interest to presidential candidates, and as such, their needs and desires are entirely ignored in favor of the states with the biggest populations.
Because of this, the Founders had enough foresight to understand that this would leave too much power in the hands of only the biggest and most populous states, and those living in smaller states would get shafted, with zero incentive for anyone to move to those places in favor of the bigger states.
So, the Founders opted for a republican form of government, in which electors would represent the will of the people in their states. This is why the Constitution demands that the country provide each state a Republican form of government: without such a government, those states lose power, economic relevance, and the ability to even be relevant in the selection of this country’s leaders.
And as Publius writes, “Congress, the federal courts, and the Executive Branch… have the duty, imposed by Article IV, §4, to preserve our Republican form of government” and protect it from anything which would tarnish it, including electoral fraud.
Publius then went on to write the Constitutional framework regarding federal elections.
There is Article I, §4, which Publius notes disallows Federal and State judges, as well as Federal and State executive agencies from tinkering with election laws made by State Legislatures or Congress.
Examples of such a violation of that clause exist in Pennsylvania, where the governor infamously instituted election rules (or laws) which the State Legislature did not vote on and which the Pennsylvania Constitution prohibit. The Pennsylvania Governor is in clear and direct violation of Article I, §4, which is an act of usurpation of power (literally doing the job of the State Legislature).
There is also Article II, §1, clause 2, “The President & Vice President are to be elected by Electors appointed, in such manner as the State Legislature shall direct…,” according to Publius.
This gives the State Legislatures the power to elect the President and Vice President, which is important as you will later read.
The same article and section, clause 4 indicates that Congress “may determine the Time of chusing [sic] the Electors and the Day on which they Vote,” wrote Publius.
There is also the 12th Amendment, which directs how the Electors are to cast their votes for the POTUS and VP.
The 20th amendment, specifically §1, which says that the terms for POTUS and VP end on January 20 and the terms of Senators and Representatives end on January 3rd.
And finally, §2 of the 20th amendment, which directs Congress to meet on January 3rd, “unless they make a law setting a different date”, which they did, and established it as January 6th.
Publius also noted how the constitution provides for inevitable fights in Congress over the selection of Electors, so the Founders provided rules for such fights. Title 3, §1 sets November 3rd as the date for appointing Electors, but the two following sections provide for what happens when Electors are not appointed by such a date:
§2 says that Electors may be appointed on a different day “in such a manner as the Legislature of each State may direct.” And §3 says that Electors are chosen once any controversy surrounding their appointment has been determined. The purpose of litigations and hearings, such as the ones we have been seeing, is to determine such controversy.
Next, there is the determination of when those Electors are supposed to vote. Title 3, §7 sets the date for December 14th, but §§12 and 13 “provide for what happens when Congress hasn’t received the Electors’ votes by December 23rd,” according to Publius.
Keep in mind that Joe Biden hasn’t officially won or been elected yet, and has yet to actually cross the 270 threshold. If he doesn’t by those dates, the Constitution demands that one Elector from each state be chosen to be the state’s representative and must vote for their party candidate (so a Republican chosen to be State Representative has no other choice apart from voting for the Republican candidate).
Publius then writes the following:
“Now we get to the counting of the Electors’ Votes in Congress: 3 USC §15 says Congress is to meet on January 6 to count the votes. The President of the Senate [Mike Pence] presides. He is to call for objections to the votes. The rest of §15 and §§16-18 deal with handling the objections in Congress respecting the Electors’ votes.”
So if the Constitution is followed and enforced (as it should be), just about every piece of evidence and every situation indicates that Trump is the rightful winner of the election.
Publius then went on to note that Congress has the power and duty to determine whether or not the President-elect and VP-elect are even qualified for office, such as in the case that one of them is not a natural born citizen. This is, of course, largely irrelevant because if Biden and Harris do become (illegitimately) “elected”, there is absolutely no way that Congress would dare question their qualifications for office, not because they shouldn’t but because Democrats sure as hell won’t and Republicans would be too cowardly/traitorous to do anything like that. This part of the Constitution gets trampled on, easily.
Publius then briefly notes how election fraud is a crime and the DOJ should be investigating this and prosecuting it, and that they aren’t is an absolute disgrace.
After that, she notes that the Supreme Court, while it cannot enforce its own rulings, has a duty to guarantee a Republican form of government and issue an Opinion which is consistent with Article IV, §4.
Finally, and perhaps most importantly, Publius gets to the part about State Legislatures appointing replacement Electors.
“It is clear that State Legislatures have the power to ignore the fraudulent election and appoint a new set of Presidential Electors. Such is consistent with the Constitution and the statutory scheme laid out in 3 USC §§1-21. Furthermore, the Supreme Court has already acknowledged that State Legislatures may do this.”
“Originally, Electors were generally chosen by the State Legislatures. In McPherson v. Blacker, decided 1892, the Supreme Court gave the history of how each State Legislature chose their Electors since the first presidential election. It was only later that State Legislatures began to provide for the popular election of the Presidential Electors.”
“Congress expressly recognizes that State Legislatures may resume at any time the power to select the Electors.”
“Additionally, in Bush v. Gore, decided 2000, the Supreme Court said that the State Legislature’s power to select the manner for appointing electors is plenary; it may, if it chooses, select the Electors itself; and even after granting the franchise to the People to select the Electors, State Legislatures can resume the power at any time.”
In other words, State Legislatures are Constitutionally allowed to resume their power for selecting Electors, and in such a time as this, they must.
Every single person elected to public office is sworn to protect the Constitution of the United States. We don’t expect Democrats to do this, of course, given their communistic and anti-American ideology, but Republicans definitely should and it would be an abortion of justice for them to cower in the face of danger when the very Republic is at stake.
Again, the Republic is dead if the GOP in the State Legislatures don’t do the right thing. This means our votes don’t matter and their tenures would soon expire. For those Republicans who think this is no big deal, they are ignorant to the fact that their own jobs are at peril. Give the Democrats an opening, and they will take over every seat they can, if they want.
Georgia has given the Democrats that kind of opening, and I do not expect Loeffler or Perdue to win their races, not because they are unappealing or don’t deserve Georgians’ vote (arguably, Loeffler somewhat deserves their votes, but Perdue surely doesn’t), but because the same systems which have stolen the election in favor of Biden are still in place.
Wanna know why this election went into run-off instead of outright victory for the Democrats? Because getting rid of Trump was the biggest priority. Republicans everywhere down-ballot enjoyed a Red Wave election, with numerous seats gained and “toss-ups” won. Just about everywhere, Republicans made major advancements… but Trump lost? It’s not because there was no cheating – it’s because the cheating was focused on the biggest priority. In Georgia, the biggest priority is now the Senate seats, so the cheaters have to adjust for that one.
If there is only one reason I would vote there if I were a Georgian voter, it’s to make it harder for the Democrats to cheat, as they would have to change or steal one extra vote, and that would make the operation bigger and more difficult to hide. When the GOP Senate candidates lose, they could make the excuse that “people didn’t turn out to vote for them,” which undercuts the point we have been trying to make regarding the election: that there is widespread election fraud by the Democrats.
Those Senate losses will be replicated everywhere else, at least over time. It’s not because Democrats are increasingly popular (Trump gaining 10M votes from last time and R’s making gains everywhere else is an indication of the opposite being the case), but because Democrats are increasingly more powerful, in many cases, at the behest of Establishment Republicans who are virtually no different from Democrats, other than how open they are about tyranny.
And make no mistake, I consider Kemp to be every bit the tyrant other Democrats are. Just because he doesn’t speak overtly about his intentions and desire, it doesn’t mean he isn’t like them.
If this election can be stolen, all other elections can be stolen as well, at every level of government. All you need to do is give these commies a single opening, and they have been given plenty by those we once trusted.
Pray that the State Legislatures everywhere we need them will grow wise enough to recognize the threat of a dead Republic and courageous enough to go against the Deep State to ensure that doesn’t happen.
“For those who guide this people have been leading them astray, and those who are guided by them are swallowed up.”
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