Friday, November 27, 2020


This morning, the president posted a comment on Facebook reflecting what this writer feels is most likely the major consensus of opinion among the vast majority of voters across the U.S: "REPORT: Biden’s Thanksgiving Day Address gets just 1000 views online, a record low. Observers say a candidate with “80,000,000” votes would get many more online viewers. Numbers don’t lie, or add up! One America News Network."

The posting spurred thoughts of a response to a friend last week regarding a clip he'd sent in which commentator Glen Beck vented almost uncontainable vexation and frustration with the possibility of a Trump election loss. Much like Beck, who publicly aired his displeasure to a wide audience, not only does this writer agree with Beck's thoughts but also believes that there are millions upon millions of citizens sharing those conclusions, as follows in the note sent:

"Joe, Beck’s tirade lines right up with a sense or feeling held for several weeks now, as the irrational possibility of a Biden presidency firms into perhaps a tangible reality. It’s also a certainty there’s never been public adoration, admiration or appreciation for the deeds and accomplishments of a chief executive as that developed between Trump and his constituents today. No president has ever consistently packed major venues with fans like a rock star, each attending by personal preference. And it’s that sense of support and togetherness that convinces me should Biden actually win, now compounded by samples of the moronic filth he deems a potential cabinet, a revolt will take place. I’ve no present idea of the revolution’s ultimate structure nor how or where it will germinate, but am also absolutely convinced of its coming arrival. And what’s powerfully important about the future revolt is that it currently comprises 73 million individuals who’ve already expressed their voting choice. Lord only knows how many more would have also voted for Trump had the media presented the truth regarding his actual poll numbers, platform or performance in office. 

"So, what looms ahead for the nation should Biden win, is the inauguration of a totally worthless party head for the Democrats, one who’ll never gain acceptance or respect from considerably more than half of the voting public (had actual vote results been disclosed in major leftist strongholds) and will never attain support, respect or agreement among them. What’s more, the entire party Biden currently heads comes under the same umbrella, having not one member equaling Trump’s true appeal. All of which brings me back to today’s prediction of a voter revolt most assuredly arising should this leftist electoral fraud actually come to pass. Which means that, as things stand now, the nation’s ultimately facing another civil war in some very tangible, disruptive form."

Now that several more days of reporting has disclosed an increasing probability of voter fraud, very likely aided and abetted by major media suppression of vote count alteration facilitated by vote switching capabilities of Dominion Equipment, the odds of some form of rebellion have likely increased.

Furthering expectations of  major refusal to accept the election results are the candidate's chosen by the left for leadership, one spending 38 years in public office achieving nothing whatsoever, the other possessing not one iota of managerial success, rising only to junior United States senator from California since 2017. That total absence of accomplishment now faces comparison to that produced by one described by Patrick Buchanan today, who wrote: "Not only is Trumpism triumphant in the GOP's ideological battles, but its victory was validated in 2020. While Trump may have narrowly lost states that gave him an electoral majority in 2016, he grew the GOP presidential vote by 10 million, held the Senate and added GOP votes in the House, an almost unprecedented feat for a defeated President.

"Trump did not establish the new relationship with Russia he had promised, nor did he end the forever wars of the Mideast.

"Yet, the U.S. is closer today to the exit ramps from Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and Yemen.

"Can anyone believe that Bush Republicans or the "Never-Trumpers" are the future of the party when one considers the massive and visceral reaction of millions of Trump voters even to the idea of conceding his defeat in this election?

"After the dust has settled from this election, Trump's achievements will begin to be recognized.

"He cut tax rates and federal regulations and produced in his fourth year the lowest unemployment rate ever among Black Americans, women and racial and ethnic minorities.

"He remade the Supreme Court, producing a 6-3 constitutionalist majority no predecessor was able to achieve.

"He crushed ISIS in Syria and eliminated the caliphate there.

"He pulled us out of the Paris climate accord, the Iranian nuclear deal and the World Health Organization.

"His Operation Warp Speed initiative helped produce two vaccines for the worst pandemic in a century within less than a year. And he brought the Dow back up to 30,000.

A not unimpressive record, though our media elite will never concede it."

And although the huge number of Trump constituents deeply appreciate the accomplishments for their intrinsic value, what they truly wish to remain in office is the individual having the unique capabilities to produce them in the first place. 

That's it for today folks.


Wednesday, November 18, 2020


Election results to date show that the mainstream media’s given the presidency to Biden, while 73 million Republican voters have not. Significant work now needs be done regarding hundreds of thousands of votes apparently switched from Trump to Biden via software control systems provided by Dominion Voting Systems. 

The final outcome yet to be seen, it’s vividly apparent right now that although the Democrat party in general and Biden in particular, might ultimately attain leadership status amongst their own, it’s doubtful to occur anywhere else. The dithering Biden himself appears programmed to be the weakest “chief executive” in the nation’s history, should he actually attain a win.

At the moment, all things remaining the same, the critical question is a Senate run-off in Georgia. One candidate, Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler, ”brands herself as a political outsider – “more conservative than Atilla the Hun” – in lock-step with Trump. And that’s not expected to change much.”

“During a Savannah campaign stop in August, Loeffler said she was “the only U.S. Senator that has 100% Senate voting record with our president,” and that she was out to help him “drain the swamp.”

The other Georgian is Senator David Perdue, in office since 2014, getting 90,000 more votes than his opponent. However, since the Senate is presently deadlocked at 48-48, although Republicans were leading uncalled races in Alaska and North Carolina, Georgia could prove to be the tipping point, meaning Democrats would control the House, the Senate and the presidency with two Georgia Senate wins.

Thus, what this seemingly all boils down to is that if Trump’s recounts are successful all the rest is moot. But if by some chance, Biden obtains the White House, Senate results determine the U.S. political future. Democrat control of all three government branches portends socialism in the offing, fostering national demise similar to that of major cities such as New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Detroit and Chicago. Because one of the most valid certainties extant is that leftists either cannot or will not learn from their mistakes. Virtually assuring massive administrative failure.

However, should Republicans retain a Senate majority, a Biden presidency while becoming an annoyance, forebodes little major policy harm during the four-year hiatus until Donald Trump’s electoral return.

That’s it for today folks.





Sunday, November 8, 2020


This time around, an election aftermath might well be quite different and damaging than any other in history whereas things have fundamentally changed. Among the most important characteristics of Trump voters are underlying and unifying desires for recognition by leadership of their individualism, wishes for personal freedom in decision-making along with license to pursue chosen goals and objectives unencumbered by bureaucratic overburdens.

Quite unfortunately, should the Biden/Harris pairing of unqualified incompetents actually attain positions of governance, typical yearnings of Trump advocates will be lost irrevocably at the very outset of governmental transference. According to Matt ViserSeung Min Kim and Annie Linskey in The Washington Post: "While calling for unity President-elect Joe Biden is planning to quickly sign a series of executive orders after being sworn into office on Jan. 20, immediately forecasting that the country’s politics have shifted and that his presidency will be guided by radically different priorities.

“He will rejoin the Paris climate accords, according to those close to his campaign and commitments he has made in recent months, and he will reverse President Trump’s withdrawal from the World Health Organization. He will repeal the ban on almost all travel from some Muslim-majority countries, and he will reinstate the program allowing “dreamers,” who were brought to the United States illegally as children, to remain in the country, according to people familiar with his plans.

“Although transitions of power can always include abrupt changes, the shift from Trump to Biden — from one president who sought to undermine established norms and institutions to another who has vowed to restore the established order — will be among the most startling in American history.”

While presentation of intended change is one thing, implementation is quite another, particularly wherein significant portions of those affected may not be in favor of the edictal revisions at all. An especially troublesome potentiality today, where circumstances are quite different than in the past. Unlike historical administrative transitions, there are now 70 million disappointed voters whom while spread everywhere across the nation, remain instantaneously connected electronically. And if Trump proved nothing else, huge segments, if not all, of those 70 million will quite eagerly gather in pursuit and support of their own agendas.

Therefore, it’s suggested here that Biden et al be quite careful in how quickly, if at all, current policy and direction are reprioritized whereas while the methodologies to be employed remain unknown, 70 million disappointed voters present a quite formidable mass of foes to be reckoned with. Especially if they decide to act like Democrats and begin physically tearing down targeted possessions of adversaries.

That’s it for today folks.


Wednesday, November 4, 2020


Although the presidential race still hangs in the balance, current results glaringly highlight a significant segment of voters deserving of their own classification of stupid. In fact, it’s quite difficult to come up with a word that properly captures the enormity of these individual’s dim-wittedness. The collection of vacuum-heads in question are the relocating leftists.

As vote tallies came in last night, particular areas gained attention in states such as Texas, Arizona, Colorado, and Florida where transplanted leftists now reside. And although relocation has always been quite common in the U.S., a somewhat different causation now exists, economic prohibition stemming from political ideology. This phenomenon occurs when costs of living rise to the extent that citizens can no longer afford residence, forcing departure. The circumstance most often arises in and around major city’s occupied by leftists with continually growing demands for government expansion, along with free, government-subsidized or lowest cost services which in turn drive taxation of all types to their maximums whereas program-financing must derive from someplace beyond government.

Typically, lower than market living costs are borne by taxation of those earning reasonable livings along with private-sector businesses and service providers. Until the point is reached where taxes themselves become unaffordable or reduce incomes and/or profits below a viability threshold, forcing departures or closures to the extent that insufficient revenue can be attained by government. That Catch-22 occurs when reductions in the qualities of life, along with prohibitive taxation compel citizens across economic strata to seek residence elsewhere.  

While the framework of the economics is very easily understandable, governments cannot possibly sustain rising costs without similarly increased revenue, it is the inability or unwillingness of leftists to grasp that basic concept that creates the ideological conundrum. Because, in keeping with today’s opening premise, any individual forced into relocation by self-caused unaffordability who upon arriving elsewhere immediately works to recreate the same governmental structure as the one just abandoned has to be at a level of stupidity that’s simply indescribable. 

That’s it for today folks.