With the end of the second decade of the 21st Century, democracy has died, and is replaced by a mobocracy which may swiftly transform into a tyranny. However oblivious and unwilling the observer, it is clearer than ever that government “of the people, by the people, and for the people” does not exist.
Proof? Election, impeachments, revenge, and more. Let’s start with the election.
Many were confused over the 2020 election. The results didn’t make sense. The media proclaimed that Biden won, but people in the real world said Trump won. The election was strange, just like the year. We saw some voters act in bizarre ways, (as they’ve never acted before). In ways different than similar voters in other cities and counties. Now, it seems that Biden won the election where Democrats (and Dominion machines) counted the votes. Strange? Maybe to me, but not to government officials. Hmmm.
Truckloads of Biden ballots showed up. Yet, the FBI didn’t notice. Voting machines sent/received vote tallies to/from computers located overseas. Yet, the CIA and NSA didn’t see a thing. Same with the Federal Communications Commission and the Federal Election Commission. Why does it seem as if the very FedGov agencies tasked with protecting election legitimacy (note: NOT the States) were shirking. Stranger still?
Do the events of 6 January make it clear? I’ve heard/read from a dozen or more people who were there in DC. Most clearly came from across the nation to show their support for President Trump and to protest the election. What we saw (and those there saw) was a typical Trump rally. BUT with a few exceptions. They saw people who looked Antifa in the crowd. They saw protesters bussed to the Capitol during the Rally blocks away. People that looked Antifa (in their words). Yet, that isn’t what we saw and heard from the mainstream media.
In nearly two weeks, it is clear. American media is not reporting news, they are publishing propaganda. The truth is out there, but NOT on our screens, radios, and newspapers. Just as with the election, there is very little (if any) connection to reality, to the truth.
Which brings us to a firm (but scary) conclusion. Democrats Joe Biden and Kamala Harris didn’t win the election and the events of the last two-and-a-half months. No, the Deep State, the powers-that-be, won. On 3 (or 4) November, and in every event since, right up to 6 January and last Monday when Trump was impeached. Uncle Joe and Kammie are just shills for what many call the Deep State.
Does this make sense? Along with these other things from the past twelve or so months?
- We destroyed our own economy with the Pandemic Panic and Lockdown.
- We created a mass psychosis with the Lockdown, the Lockdown Rebellion, and the “protests,” terrorism, violence, looting and burning of the BLM and Antifa actions.
- Yet we spent a trillion dollars (minimum) overseas to governments and NGOs.
- Yet the latest “Covid-19 Relief” bills only gave a half-trillion to our own citizens – and much of that through entrenched bureaucracies and NGOs.
- The courts, virtually unanimously (as courts, not individual judges) rejected any and all challenges without bothering to hear evidence or testimony.
- The Congress plodded along as usual (example: 5,000 page COVID bill? Really?) At least up until there was a riot in the Capitol.
- And the media inadvertently showed us the cowardice and immediately claimed this was an attempt, led by Trump and his “armed insurrectionists” to kidnap or kill members of Congress and overthrow the FedGov.
- And suddenly the House (both Dem and GOP) had an excuse to again impeach Trump, in an attempt to drive him out of politics (and business). And the votes: bought votes?
A correspondent suggests that the Deep State uses the vast sums going to foreign leaders and groups to allow billions in kickbacks to flow to American politicians. Which may explain why the House has enough votes to impeach Trump again. And certainly looks like payment to politicians (and bureaucrats) to steal the election. The same Deep State that feared a second-term Trump pulled out all the stops to block him or anyone like him (or worse, in their view) from doing anything.
So the Deep State voted to impeach the Donald yet again, to punish Trump for threatening their hold on power. Biden was cover. Soros and Bloomberg (and their money) were cover: or part of the group who in turn controls the Deep State. As perhaps are Dorsey (Twitter), Zuckerberg (Facebook), Cook (Apple), Pichai (Alphabet (Google)), and Bill Gates. And the old media, as well: ABC, MSNBC, NBC, CBS, Disney, Fox, and more, even as they ramped up their streams of hatred towards not just Trump but anyone who supported him or said anything good about him.
And the result? A fractured, increasingly poorer, less secure, and weaker collection of Fifty States. Empire or not. The Republic died long ago, and now the Democracy is dying as well. And the Deep State and its allies (and controllers) and the special interests can feed on the corpse. The torch of liberty is dimming, and more than ever anything we hear from DC, a State capital, or media of any type must be presumed to be fake – lies. Even if you read several news sources it is impossible to tease out the truth. No politician can be trusted to say anything that is not twisted or a flatout lie. No matter what label they wear. However oblivious and unwilling the observer, it is clearer than ever that government “of the people, by the people, and for the people” does not exist. Until we do something about it, it will only get worse.
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I suppose, if by mob you mean a version of the mob/mafia, this is true. The street mobs are just show-and-tell.
Both the media and “people in the real world” noticed that Biden won.
The only thing “strange” about the result is the large number of people believing that believing what they want to believe because it’s what they want to believe constitutes “evidence” to the contrary.
We just will not ever agree on this, Tom. Nor do many “people in the real world” as you put it.
It’s not a matter of disagreement. It’s a matter of definition. If you refuse to live in the real world, you’re refusing to live in the real world, and saying over and over that you’re living in the real world can’t change that.
Most of the Trump campaign’s cases were dismissed for timeliness or standing. But in three, the court invited the campaign to submit its evidence of fraud. And the campaign then immediately withdrew their suits. The reason they did so is that they had no evidence of the types and levels of fraud they claimed.
That’s just a fact. You don’t have to like it. It will remain a fact whether you like it or not.
Even when the Trump campaign resorted to “statistical impossibility” claims, those claims rested on two premises. To wit, if (1) voter preferences had not changed since 2016 and if (2) mail voters had precisely the same preferences as in-person voters, it was “statistically impossible” for Biden to have won the election.
The idea that voter preferences don’t change is silly. Trump in 2020 is not Trump in 2016, and Biden in 2020 is not Hillary Clinton in 2016. There were voters who had one opinion of Trump in 2016 and a different opinion of Trump in 2020. There were voters who liked Joe Biden more, or less, than they liked Hillary Clinton.
And given that the Democrats heavily encourage mail voting and the Republicans heavily discouraged mail voting, it was obvious well in advance that mail voters and in-person voters would not display precisely the same preference levels.
Is that to say that there was no cheating? Of course not. There’s always cheating. Normally that cheating is pretty much a wash at the presidential level because there are only a few “swing” states.
In my opinion, it is quite possible that the cheating trend (Democrats manufacturing votes in densely populated metro areas) changed the outcome in Georgia, and very likely that a Hail Mary cheating op of the same type, run through the “anti-Castro Cuban” community, changed the outcome in South Florida. But that may be my bias speaking, since those are the two states out of 50 that I did not correctly predict the outcome in.
In Pennsylvania, what cost Trump the election was Democratic turnout returning to its pre-Clinton levels (look at the results from Erie County in 2012, 2016, and 2020 — Trump didn’t do any better there in 2016 than Mitt Romney did in 2012, and he didn’t do any better there in 2020 than he did in 2016 — the difference was that Democrats didn’t turn out for Clinton in 2016 and did turn out for Obama in 2012 and Biden in 2020).
“But I waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaant the outcome to have been caused by fraud” is not living in the real world.
It is not the results, it is the process that is my concern.
The process was arguably much more secure against large-scale vote fraud this time due to the wide use of mail balloting, especially given that fraudsters hadn’t had years to perfect schemes for messing with those kinds, and that scale, of votes. As for the conflicts regarding state laws, those were matters for state courts. Your general approach is one of demanding respect for the autonomy of the oddly capitalized Fifty States. The Trump campaign’s demand was that that autonomy be abridged in order to achieve a desired outcome.
I use that “odd” capitalization to distinguish between the States and the FedGov, and to reinforce the idea that the old confederation and federation of sovereign States (or nations) with an agent titled the “United States of America” is in history’s dustbin. Glad you noticed! Both of the old political parties seek to (and often succeed in) abridging autonomy. And I do agree with you that the security of mail balloting is indeed arguable. Experience in Colorado (which has used mail balloting for several years) has found several major problems according to what I’ve been told by a number of counties (the State government does not agree). Maybe you underestimate the fraudsters.
“the old confederation and federation titled ‘these United States of America’ is in history’s dustbin.”
It was never in history, so it never needed to be discarded. Read the Constitution (and, for that matter, the Articles of Confederation). “The United States” is always referred to as a singular entity separate from the states. They don’t comprise “these United States” (a phrase used nowhere in either document. For example, the Tenth Amendment:
“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”
Here’s Article II of the Articles of Confederation:
“Each state retains its sovereignty, freedom, and independence, and every power, jurisdiction, and right, which is not by this Confederation expressly delegated to the United States, in Congress assembled.”
In theory, if every state seceded from the putative “union,” “the United States” would continue to exist. It is a separate entity, not a collective of the states.
Tom, I stand corrected, but I believe the concept is valid. The term “these United Colonies” was used in the last paragraph of the Declaration of Independence, and Article 3 Section 3 uses the plural in referring to the United States. I’ve corrected my error in my last comment. But at some point (several time-date stamps could be claimed) the United States (FedGov) ceased being the agent of the States, and now is assumed to be their master. What the Fifty States have today is not a confederation or federation, but a mashed-up “federal system” that more and more resembles a central government with its provinces.
The US of A started to really die Nov 1963, then Sept 11, 2001, then the “Beer” virus.