The revolving doors of illegitimate power – democrats in; republicans out; remocrats in; depublicans out; take your pick; make your donation; support suspect allegiances working together … to do what? Protect the people from injustice? Or to run cover for each other and build an invisible political machine where no one who is IN really cares about whose party is in the majority versus in the minority as long as they are all just IN?
We need both courage and focus. Courage is needed to stand up to those forces that will oppose us because they benefit from things as they are. Focus is needed so that we do not become distracted by lesser matters and become ineffective. There will be many things that we encounter that are urgent, but not important, and other things that are important but not urgent.
While I do not recommend the default position, I can understand why some might prefer that option. Among those are the ones responsible for the fraud in the first place. One of the consequences of the audit is that of exposure. There is now extreme pressure on those responsible to take action to protect themselves and the results they obtained through their fraud.
All of these independent analyses came to the same conclusion that the 2020 election was likely determined by computer manipulation of results rather than by the actual intentions of the voters. The manipulations applied across all 50 states, and not in just the so-called swing states.
Democrats did not let the COVID-19 pandemic go to waste. Instead, they used the national health emergency as an excuse to implement unprecedented changes in America’s long-standing election process. One of those changes was sending millions of unrequested mail-in ballots to every dead or alive person on voter rolls, a change that opened the door to virtually unlimited opportunities for massive election fraud.
Conservatives’ biggest fears were realized once Biden took office. The wish list items of those who once formed the radical wing of the Democratic Party are now the party’s platform.
As with any organism, government seeks to provide itself with sustenance and growth which requires money. The means is to add further regulations to be enforced. This means more money to dispense much to the delight of the politicians we hire to protect our interests, but who are paid by local or international lobbyists.