I am concerned about the state of our democracy and feel passionately that passage of the “For the People” Act (HR1) is of utmost importance. For years, Republicans have been working to restrict access to voting because they know they are less likely to win if everyone votes. Their efforts have included frequent purging of voter rolls, gerrymandering, and buying elections, among other things.
Following the heavy voter turnout in the 2020 election in states like Georgia, Texas and Arizona, Republican-led legislatures are now working to add additional barriers to accessing the ballot box.
We need Congress to pass HR1 to get money out of politics, expand voting rights, combat corruption, secure our elections and much more. If we don’t pass HR1 in this session, we may never get another chance to take these critical measures to strengthen our democracy.
One individual by the name of Matt Crane claimed to be a “strong conservative and very proud republican” in an email to top Republicans. He challenged our report but never reached out to us. He did, however, have the gall to reach out to state Republicans and disparage our report. One of those who received his email provided it to us. We responded to Crane’s email in an article yesterday.
We weren’t really sure why a ‘conservative and very proud republican’ (as Crane referred to himself) would write the email Crane sent out. We mentioned this in our post and provided in our rebuttal three things never addressed by Crane
Another day, another suspicious act committed by Democrats in the 2020 election. Joe Biden was declared the winner in Colorado in the 2020 election. But the number of votes for Biden was reportedly more than both Hillary and Obama received in prior elections, a lot more. President Trump surpassed both the Obama and Hillary record vote counts, which you would think would have won him the state since Biden had no game and no following, but instead the impossible occurred. Biden received half a million more votes than Obama and Hillary to set a record and outperform them all.
While I applaud your 12-step program I feel it is not enough to resolve fundamental problems.
1. THE AMERICAN IDEA. America is more than a political division of the world, it is an idea of a government that protects human rights from tyranny. The military are sworn to protect this idea, while there is not a strong foundation among voters. The education system was co-opted and the system of debate has commonly used the example “families seated around the kitchen table” as a basis for the idea that government should provide wealth to its people as its primary task rather than protect the rights of the people. Another example is a common use of the Dow as a judge of a government succeeding or failing. As a common result many people treat their vote as if it has no value except as a means to receive some financial reward. This represents the fundamental difference between Constitutionalism and Socialism. So long as the voters are on a different track from the military, the fundamental rights sought by the Constitution cannot be achieved because the authority of the military to act on behalf of the people is missing. This authority is what voting is supposed to provide. This problem is an example of what Lincoln said (but did not anticipate in this context) “A house divided against itself cannot stand.”
Because the entire US legal system is compromised, absent some additional defenses it is entirely possible she could be framed and convicted the way General Michael Flynn was framed and convicted, with the Department of Justice and Covington & Burling being parties to the false arrest, conviction, and punishment of General Flynn. My views are below.
Colorado’s results from the 2020 Presidential election are suspect along with the rest of the country. With the emphasis on the swing states with clear acts of election fraud, Colorado has not been the focus of massive fraud. But today we have information on the election results that show a clear indication of election fraud.
A report from the New York Gazette analyzed the results of the 2020 election in Colorado. Their analysis shows something is not right.
By bifurcating the choice into (on the one hand) “an intermediate body of electors”, and (on the other hand) a Senate to examine and formally accept the votes of the Electoral College, another thing was accomplished. Elections may degenerate into debate about corruption, but at the end of the day, for an office such as President there needs to be a mechanism to guarantee that a selection is made. The system created by our Continue reading “Article: How DJT Lost the White House, Chapter 6: The Aftermath (v. 1.2)”