As the recent election has unfolded, and the evidence for massive election fraud has continued to pile up, it has become obvious that the powers-that-be, Republican as well as Democrat, want nothing to do with truly investigating the situation. “We gave it our best shot and it’s time to move on” (read: ‘Now that we have gotten rid of Trump, let’s forget this unpleasant, four-year nightmare and get back to business as usual in the Swamp.”)
I listened to Rush Limbaugh this morning playing clips of Donald Trump’s “loser’s rally” in Georgia Saturday night, and the repeated chants of thousands upon thousands of outdoors participants: ”Stop the steal! Stop the steal” and “We love you! We love you!” I was shocked that this is the result of losing an election! When has this ever happened?
Because Trump has captured the hearts of a huge chunk of America. With all his faults and irritating habits, we love him and are eager to follow him as our political leader. He has proven himself to us. Lead on, President Trump! We are with you!
How many of us still want a historical, traditional America? I am convinced that, even with the anti-American education provided in the public schools and colleges and universities in America for the past 100 years, there are still a majority out here who have not drunk the Kool-Aid of progressivism, and Trump is our leader to “Make America Great Again.” So, what should he and we do if Biden is able to dodge all the attempts to disallow this fraudulent election and he is inaugurated on January 21?
This was burning in my heart this morning, so I thought I would put it down on my blog, (which is still active, even though I have cut back to writing only when I can’t keep quiet about what is happening)!
Notice the Republican Party leadership is not into jumping in with and for Trump to get to the bottom of election fraud. I hear only crickets from the vast majority of them. They, too, want to move on from Trump. The fact is that a republic cannot exist unless voting is protected and sacrosanct; after all, this is a government “by and for the people.” Without above-board, fair and open elections, this is impossible.
There has been nothing but silence from Republican leadership about scores of specific affidavits charging fraud in the Georgia election, plus video evidence and mathematically impossible situations. They have no interest in even investigating. They claim that two recounts, as they counted the same suspect votes both times, have produced the same result—a convincing Biden victory. “Case closed. Let’s move on.”
There is no interest in examining any of the obvious evidence or the Dominion voting machines, which were initially developed to maintain dictators Lopez’s and Madura’s hold on power in Venezuela. “Nothing to see here.” And these are Republican’s in charge!
So what does Trump do? He is convinced the election was blatantly stolen from him, so as I see it, there are several possibilities:
1.Trump concedes. Ain’t gonna happen. He is not a pragmatic quitter who gives up to fight again another day. He is a full speed ahead, go for what he sees as right, damned the consequences guy. That is why he got 70 million votes.
2. Trump leaves the White House to Biden and becomes a “President in Exile,” and prepares for a run in 2024. This is what a majority of his followers want if all efforts at righting the election wrongs fail.
3. #2 with this addition: Have a gigantic, national Trump rally in Washington D. C. on January 21 at the same time as Biden’s inauguration, where Trump announces he is starting a new, political party. This will be a party of patriots who want freedom, faithfully functioning within the boundaries of the Constitution. Its slogan will be TABA (Take America Back Again)!
Political parties are not mentioned in the Constitution. Originally, those who favored a strong central government gathered around Alexander Hamilton and John Adams calling themselves Federalists. Those favoring a more local government called themselves Democratic-Republicans and followed Thomas Jefferson. These original parties, Federalists and Democrat-Republican, have migrated through several iterations to become today’s Republican and Democrat parties.
Recent attempts at establishing new political parties include George Wallace’s American Independent Party in 1968, Ross Perot and his Reform Party (1992, 1996), and Gary Johnson ran on the Libertatian ticket in 2016.
However, nothing was anything like the current situation. None of these party leaders were already a charismatic leader with millions of faithful, deadly serious warriors ready to go to war for him, chanting to him, “We love you” at every opportunity!
So, I believe the path is open to overthrow the Democrat-RINO coalition, and rid Trump of being bogged down with old-line, Republican, compromising, chameleon turncoats. Let’s do it! 100,000 at DC on the 21st.!