We’re taught in school that America doesn’t suffer coups or revolutions because we have a great system. I’m starting to doubt that as I watch the run up to the Electoral College.
First, let’s be clear. I don’t care if Donald Trump becomes President of the United States. I don’t like him, but I don’t think he could do a worse job than Presidents Bush (both of them), Clinton (who was saved by Congress) and Obama (who doubled the national debt and turned Congress into a toothless reality show). I didn’t vote for Trump because I don’t want him to be president, but I don’t think the world is ending because he won.
On the other hand, I care a great deal if Hillary Clinton becomes President of the United States. I have a son turning 18 this coming week and I don’t want to see him, and probably his 24-year-old sister too, marching off to war so HRC can wrap herself in glory. She has already proven with Libya that she is a warmonger seeking personal aggrandizement from sending men and now women into the line of fire.
This is reality. In keeping with the US Constitution, 51 states (including DC) held elections for President. Doing elections this way acknowledges the regional diversity of the United States and prevents widespread election fraud because no single agency controls the voting. It’s simply not possible to “hack” the US voting system because there are literally hundreds of voting systems because some states decentralize their elections to the county level. Donald Trump won the popular vote in 30 states, in keeping with the Constitution.
The “national popular vote” is a media fantasy. It doesn’t happen. What we see is 51 statewide popular elections for president. The media tries to create a false impression of a national popular vote, but it doesn’t exist. We have 51 statewide popular elections for President.
And Donald Trump won the Constitutional popular election in 30 states, so CONSTITUTIONALLY, he was elected president.
A part of writing the Transformation Project series has involved researching organizations like the NSA, the CIA, and the FBI, going back to my foreign policy training back in college. The CIA (them of the yellow-cake uranium) doesn’t do cyber spying to the degree that the NSA does. Yeah, that’s why Edward Snowden got the information he had while working as an NSA contractor, not back when he worked for the CIA.
As I watched President Obama arrogantly strut about talking about how he didn’t do anything against Russia for their alleged hacking of the DNC BEFORE the election, but now he “has to do something,” I thought “ah, here comes the coup.”
Obama, like all the elites, expected Hillary Clinton to win the election. Having been surprised by reality, they had to decide what to do next. When the Washington Post first published the accusations of the Russian hack of the DNC, I suspect it was the first step in a planned false flag operation by the DC machine to reverse the Constitutional election and keep power in the hands of the elite as represented by Hillary Rodham Clinton. She lost the election because she was the most despised presidential candidate in US history. People, perhaps made aware of her evil by the leaked emails of people like John Podesta, willingly went to the polls and voted against her. But, now, she’s whining that the Russians did it and the card-carrying members of the elite in both political parties are calling for a bi-partisan investigation.
I don’t really care if the Russians hacked Podesta’s email or the DNC because the emails that were put out there needed to be put out there. Hillary and her co-conspirators actually wrote those things and the voters had a right to know about that. They shouldn’t be faulted for voting according to what they learned from reading those emails. Their votes certainly shouldn’t be set aside because of it.
Actually, we know the Russians didn’t do the hack of either the DNC or John Podesta because the real cyber-intelligence experts at the NSA told us that the Russians weren’t behind the hack. That was in the Washington Post’s article, by the way. Furthermore, if the FBI had evidence of someone participating in the hack on behalf of the Russians, that person would be under arrest, but nobody is. If Obama had any actual evidence, he should have produced it at the time, not waited until four days before the Electoral College meets to “reveal” this supposition in an attempt to influence the election.
So will the Electoral College gives the progressive elites what they want? I don’t know. But I do know that if they do it, it will be a coup … and the prelude to a already building revolution in this country. If you don’t placate the people with the ballot box, you risk sending them for the bullet box. This country is on edge and an unConstitutional seizure of power may well be the spark that sets us to shooting at one another. I don’t wan to see that, but if the elites are going to manipulate the elections process to take away the power of the people ….
What else are ordinary people left with if the elites won’t allow us to pick our master every four years.