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Going to War With the President We’ve Got

Friday, February 25th, 2022

Shall we go to War with the President we’ve got?

Donald Rumsfeld once [in]famously remarked that “As you know, you go to war with the Army you have, not the Army you might want or wish to have at a later time.” This remark was accurate, even though it was widely and wildly criticized by leftists who have no understanding of national defense. The sentiment is easy enough to understand: You do not always get the luxury of preparing endlessly for war. Sometimes, the need to go to war supersedes your ability to abstain from or delay it for more ideal conditions or state of readiness.  Sadly, this is sometimes true of presidents as well. If the United States were to be attacked suddenly by nuclear strikes originating in Russia, for instance, it really wouldn’t matter who the president at the time might be.  That president would be expected to respond with equal or greater ferocity, irrespective of party or politics.  The problem we now face as a country borders on the galactically absurd.  We have in the Oval office a foolish, apparently dementia-addled old man, who is apparently not in good control of his bowel, never mind his mouth or intellectual capacity. He ought to be removed under the 25th amendment, come what may, but the people who’ve been using him as their meat-mask have no intention of seeing that happen.  We are in mortal danger, but under this President, Joe Biden, we cannot risk any unnecessary wars.  It is the height of unconscionable madness to permit it. I realize that sometimes, a country must go to war with the president in charge at the time, but this is not that situation, and I condemn any who would suggest otherwise.  No, we must not now go to war with the president we’ve got.

Ukraine is under attack by a hostile, monstrous actor.  Vladimir Putin is despicable, but he also has the advantage of owning the superior forces over the terrain in question.  It’s not a matter of caring, because any person can look in horror at the Hell Putin now imposes on the people of that stricken nation and understand the misery they now suffer.  It’s a matter of practical reality.  We are in no position to do anything unless our answer is a nuclear first strike against Russia, but that’s an intolerably bad option for all of the obvious reasons.  We have no significant bases nearby from which we could operate the number of air sorties needed to put up any sort of sustained defense of Ukrainian airspace, though it is possible we could park an aircraft carrier battle group in the Black Sea.  That’s an extraordinarily risky proposition when you intend to poke the Russian bear within easy reach of their air assets.  We are poorly positioned, and Putin knows it. He’s been watching and assessing NATO for decades.  He knows our NATO allies have barely maintained their responsibilities in the alliance.  He knows they’ve all been cheating.  He knows they are all incredibly weak, and weakened more by their oppressions of their own populations as part of their COVID responses.  He knows they’ve repressed their own dissidents, and he can legitimately throw the political dagger of “hypocrisy” at them with no trouble.

He also knows that America is now weak, with obviously weak and ineffectual leadership that is more concerned with punishing their own countrymen than in prosecuting a war in a country most of the corrupt US leaders would sooner see destroyed, in part to hide their corruption over decades. Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi, John Kerry and Mitt Romney along with their adult children and many others in the DC cocktail-party circuit would be only too happy if Ukraine’s current leadership came to an obscure and quiet end.  Between 1999-2014, the Clinton foundation carted over $10 million dollars from the oligarchs there.  They’ve used it as their personal piggy-bank for more than two decades, laundering money in and out of that small and easily corrupted country.  Their current president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, is apparently an actual reformer, and none of them can tolerate that, particularly Putin, who has used it as the base from which to compromise Western politicians, particularly Americans, none of whose names are Trump.

The only question in Washington DC is how to play it for maximum waggage. (As in wag-the-dog.) None of the people now in charge in DC have any intention of rescuing Zelenskiy.  The truth is that they want him gone for all the same reasons Putin does. He can’t have Zelenskiy or his reformer government burning his purchased assets in Washington. It’s better to make it all just go away, and to bury any evidence or witnesses with it.  Others had suggested that the Russian “Invasion of Ukraine” narrative had been an entirely invented story line to give Biden a moment to talk and act tough to distract from the massive failures of his administration, but as facts on the ground now demonstrate, the threat was always very real.  Maintaining an Army in the field is expensive, and the larger the force, the more expensive and difficult it becomes. When it was clear that Putin had more than one-hundred-thousand troops deployed along the borders of Ukraine, it became clear to me that this was more than idle bluffing.

It could be observed that the pronouncements from both the White House and the State Department seemed almost to goad Putin into attacking.  On the one hand, they made threats that all parties knew were idle, while on the other, they openly admitted their inability and unwillingness to do much to stop it. “You’d better not, or we’ll kick your ass, even though we’re in no position to do so, and really don’t have the resolve to do so,” they effectively blustered and admitted at once.

There’s one other issue I’d like to tackle, and it’s with those who seem to be insisting “we MUST do something.” This element doesn’t seem to like that the vast bulk of the American people seem understandably to have no interest in doing much about the situation in Ukraine.  Polls seem to suggest that something like thirty percent of Democrats and twenty percent of Republicans believe the US should have any significant role in Ukraine.  To this element in our country, I suggest they take a look around and smell the crap they’re shoveling.  One, a radio host I have always liked, pointed out for the second consecutive day that after all, ours is a volunteer military, as if that means something to the argument for going to war, and he’s right, it does: A volunteer military requires the people to follow orders just like a conscripted military, with the difference that what makes that volunteer force viable is their understanding that their chain of command will not make frivolous or futile use of them. It’s one of only a couple of times in my history of listening to Mark Levin that I very nearly turned him off. I know there are dolts who have come to believe, inexplicably, that the killer Putin is some sort of good guy in disguise, but I’m not one of those, and Mr. Levin ought to be more careful before he begins to conflate America First patriots with these.

I don’t know what’s in Mr. Levin’s head when he says a thing like that.  I was a volunteer too, when I was fortunate enough to have a great commander-in-chief in President Ronald Reagan.  Neither was he without flaws.  Eight days before I reported for Basic Training, 241 servicemembers – Marines(220), Sailors(18) and Soldiers(3) – were slaughtered in Beirut.  When I went through boot camp, the mostly Vietnam combat veteran drill instructors all believed we were inevitably going to war.  We believed it too.  They drilled us like it, and they trained us with a vigor and intensity prior classes that year probably hadn’t experienced.  They were tough as nails, maybe more than usual, because they believed we trainees would be called upon to go to Lebanon.  That call never came, but I believe to this day that every one of us who graduated that training cycle were beneficiaries, because they more scrupulously got rid of the duds, pushed us to the physical, emotional, and intellectual limits, making us better soldiers.  The point is that President Ronald Reagan did not send in more Marines, Sailors, or Soldiers.  In point of fact, he pulled them out.  When that was the result, I remember that the sentiment in the military community was not all that happy about it.  Nobody wants to see their fellow servicemembers slaughtered, particularly to no purpose, and definitely without punitive response.  At the time, it didn’t sit well, even though it was potentially our necks on the line had Reagan sent more troops instead of withdrawing them.

In the longer run, however, I came to take a more mature view of what Reagan did, or more properly, didn’t do.  He evaluated the terrain, he looked at who we faced, and what the probability would be that more troops would merely make for more concentrated targets, far from home, to be attacked by small groups or individual suicide bombers where the mission was already murky and hadn’t borne the expected fruit. He looked at our allies in the region, and how he might augment and support the mission, and finally decided there wasn’t an attainable military objective that could be reasonably achieved without unreasonable losses.  In short, President Reagan made an entirely rational choice.  He likely wanted retribution against them as much as any of us. He wrote the hundreds of letters to wives and mothers and fathers and children.  He knew the unambiguous costs. Strangely, I would later intersect with Reagan’s foreign policy again, in April 1986, when a Berlin discotheque was bombed, killing US Servicemembers.  It was a strange turn of events that led my unit to serve briefly as replacements in Berlin in September of that year. Reagan did exact a punishment on the bad guys in this case, being Ghaddafi and his ring of terrorist henchmen, within ten days sending a bombing raid to Tripoli that nearly got the “Colonel.”

My point in all of this is that it’s very easy to look at the situation in Ukraine and desire to be able to put a stop to it. The sickening truth is that when we pretended, starting with President George HW Bush, that there was some “peace dividend” to be obtained from the end of the Cold War, it was foolishness, and an instance of utter stupidity that only anti-military pukes like the Clintons could love.  They exploited it, too.  Rather than realizing that the “peace dividend” from the ending of the Cold War was peace itself, we pretended that we could reduce our defense spending.  Adjusting for inflation, to spend at our Cold War defense-spending peak in 1986, a year in which we spent an astounding $295 billion, in today’s dollars, we should be spending roughly $1.2 trillion.  Instead, in 2019, we were spending roughly $740 billion.  At the turn of the century, after two terms of Clinton, we had fallen to $320 billion when we ought to have been closer to $500 billion in inflation-adjusted dollars, and the percentage of GDP expended on our military had fallen from 6.63% in 1986 to 3.11% in 2000.  Even now, we’re only slightly better, at 3.41% of GDP, as of 2019, so that we’re at slightly more than half as much military spending as a percentage of our GDP than we had been in 1986, a time when many, myself included, believe the US Army was at or near its peak in training and morale. (See stats here.)

Europe is far worse. Trump was not only right about European nations’ contributions to NATO, but their underlying defense expenditures are cratering. Since Trump left, they’ve fallen off a cliff, with reports that the German Army couldn’t deploy sufficient forces to repel successfully much of anything.  In short, Europe has left themselves virtually defenseless, with the brief exception of the period of Trump’s presidency, with only new NATO member Poland substantially upholding the promise of expending at least two percent of their national GDP on defense.  The United States has been bearing the burdens of defending Europe for most of a century now, yet we cannot get them to pay to defend themselves, and there is no will under the current administration in Washington DC to hold NATO’s feet to the fire. In 2020, Germany barely attained 1.57% of its GDP in defense spending, and that was after extensive prodding from President Trump. When he took office, the Germans were spending roughly 1.1% on defense.  In short, don’t look to Berlin for help.

This is the realistic assessment of the terrain in Europe: NATO has fallen into severe disrepair, from the end of the Cold War, until Trump came along to prod them beginning in 2017, but has since fallen back into the same rut, with the blame naturally being placed on CoVid19. At this point, the United States should be telling NATO: “That’s it. We’re cutting you off. We’re bringing home our troops unless you get to your spending goals AND make up for all the years of shortfalls within the decade.”

Of course, we’re no more likely to get that from this administration that we are to have a competent president, never mind commander-in-chief. More, this administration is incapable of waging an effective war of any kind, anywhere, at any time. They’ve diverted our military into concerns with all things “woke,” and if you think this is Ronald Reagan’s military of 1986, technology notwithstanding, you need your head examined.  Quickly.  Yes, of course we still have some good war-fighters in our military, but they’re now a pathetic minority within the ranks, and in the officer corps, they’re getting pretty thin as the service academies have been infiltrated by more and more social justice schlock, as modern “education” theories take precedence over what had traditionally worked.  I would like you to watch the first six and one-fourth minutes of this episode of Bannon’s War Room. In those first few minutes, he presents what he calls his “cold open,” and in it are various clips, including three recruiting ads, one for NATO, one for the Russian Army, and one for the US Army.  If you don’t see the problem, again, you need your head examined:


Ladies and gentlemen, I’ve been reporting to you the state of our nation, and more generally, or our globe in one way or another for more than a decade at this web address. While my posts have been more infrequent in recent years, it’s not for a lack of concern.  People are foolishly insisting now that “we must do something,” but look at the state of our country.  I ask them: What would you have us do?  We have feckless leaders, corrupt and intransigent to the suffering and travails of the American people.  We have a military that, but for a brief reprieve under Trump, has been diminished and demolished, it’s morale wrecked along with its ethos.  We have a corrupted Justice Department that behaves as the hitmen for the government mafia.  We have an FBI that actively plots to entrap citizens, in shenanigans of that agency’s complete contrivance and invention.  We have a Department of State that openly plots against elected presidents it does not like, and we have an intelligence community that actively seeks to surveil and undermine a president it did not and would not obey.  We have an opposition party that barely musters any sort of fight against any of this, in large measure because they’re not really opposed.  We have public health officials who collude with big pharma to poison the American people and hide the data. We have whole segments of the population committed to destroying the country from within, including local officials, many bought-off by globalist pigs like Soros and Schwab.  You actually expect, in this condition, and in this state of being, that the remarkably few American people who realize what is going on, to volunteer their children into a war on behalf of this? Of this???

Do not tell me that we must go to war with the President we’ve got. I’m heartbroken at what I’ve seen thus far from Ukraine, like any other compassionate, thoughtful human must be.  I know that Putin’s mission is to exterminate Zelenskiy and his entire cabinet. His intention is to expunge them from the face of the globe.  Worse, the scumbags running Washington DC have every reason to help him do so.  There’s too much evidence of their corruption over in that tiny country.  There’s too much evidence of how they were controlled from the Kremlin. They don’t want to save Zelenskiy or Ukraine.  They want to bury Zelenskiy and his cabinet, they’re willing to burn Ukraine to the ground to do it, and they’re helping Putin carry it out.  Meanwhile, the American economy is spiraling into a stagflationary period that will make the Carter years look like a boom.  (It was once a joke that Jimmy Carter was thankful to Obama, and then Biden(but I repeat myself) for knocking him from the top of the “worst president’s ever” list, but nobody’s really laughing any longer. We’re in freefall, and every sensible person knows it.)

In the midst of all of this, those of you who wish to “do something” need to get a grip on your emotions, and understand what we’re really up against now.  We’re fighting for the survival of this country, right here, right now.  That great wealth or influence might offer insulation to some is no excuse for the indifference in the sentiment contained in the idea that Americans are somehow defective if they don’t wish to rush off to war against Vladimir Putin in Ukraine.  We know it’s another nasty set-up, just like all the ones deployed against us here at home.  We know the score.  We know, because every damned “conspiracy theory” (or most of them) of the last two decades have been proven mostly true.  We know Zelenskiy is the good guy.  We know.  Meanwhile, we listen to buffoons like Lindsey Graham, whose military experience consisted of walking papers around a Judge Advocate General’s office, pontificate about the privations we will suffer due to this crisis.  It’s not enough as it is, you see; Goober would have us suffer more.

Now I have to endure a berating monologue from a radio host I have long supported because I’m in no hurry to see my younger, ill-prepared brethren in uniform sent off to do something somewhere? For what purpose? To what end? For the sake of the need to “do something?” No sir.  I will not support going to war with this class of criminals who run our country. I will not support the spilling of so much as one drop of their blood on behalf of these cretins.  They’ve spent decades demolishing the country, and it’s not just the Democrats, though they’re today the mob bosses in charge.  When we had a president who was not part of their mob, they tried, like the gangsters they are, to take him out in any way that they could.  They used their vast criminal enterprise, posing as lawful suits at the bar of corrupt courts, undermining the integrity of our election, all because Trump had to go.

Years ago, I counseled young people to serve a term of enlistment in the military if their life plans were not firm after finishing high school. I told them it was the best thing they could do for themselves, while also serving their country.  It was true in my time, but it hasn’t been for most of a half-generation.  Even in Trump’s time, the military was already thoroughly undermined from the top, ever since Obama purged the Generals now more than a decade ago.

I truly do feel terribly for the Ukrainian people.  I know that like most ordinary people everywhere, they simply want to be left to live their lives, mostly in peace.  I know their current president is a reformer, and if it were possible, I would try to rescue he and his countrymen from the Russians.  The problem is that it is not currently possible.  More, the people running this country don’t actually want it saved.  I am as powerless to change that today, in the here and now, as any other American.  Shall we overthrow this government so that we can retroactively spend the defense dollars we should have spent, and undo all the stupidity and malfeasances of the last three decades? How will that help Zelenskiy?  More, we didn’t raise a credible effort to overthrow this government when it conspired against the President we elected. We didn’t raise a credible effort to overthrow this government when it obviously conspired with various state and local officials and NGOs to steal our presidential election and elections for lower offices.  It’s not merely Joe and Kamala who are illegitimate. Chuck Schumer is illegitimate in his leadership position, because neither Mark Kelly nor Rafael Warnock, among others, actually won their races.  Nancy Pelosi is illegitimate, because there were at least a half-dozen closely contested races that were likely impacted by the same cheating.  Do you really believe John James lost his Senate race in Michigan?  I don’t.

No, Mr. Levin, don’t tell me we should spill blood or treasure, no matter how strongly we might feel about it, for the sake of Ukraine or President Zelenskiy.  Until we spill all the blood and treasure needed to rescue our own fallen nation, don’t dare speak of it to me. You haven’t earned the right.  If you wish to characterize me as America First, as though it were a slur of some kind, so be it. I’ll stand by it. Don’t worry, I won’t burn any of the autographed books that fill half a shelf, in part not only because I hate book-burners and wanton, pointless destruction, but also because, with the way things are rapidly heading, I may need them soon for that purpose to cook my supper. Shall we go to war with the president we’ve got?  Respectfully, that depends on the contextual meaning of “with,” sir.  With him in Ukraine?

Hell no.

 

Editor’s Note: I’ve been a big fan of Mark Levin for a long time, and in the past, I’ve contributed to the Landmark Legal Foundation, of which he served as President for several years.  I don’t mean here to personally attack Mr. Levin, but I fail to understand his point of view on this particular issue. I always feel badly when I find myself at severe disagreement with the Great One, but on this point, I will not demur.  Our country cannot now defend itself, and its leaders prevent its agents and officers from defending even our Southern border.  They file suits at law against states, like my own, who attempt to enforce the laws of the United States, and even when ordered by courts to do so, effectively play a stalling game, and a game of “you can’t make me” with federal judges who dare to rule against them, up to and including the Supreme Court. So long as we have a lawless government, I support only wars of immediate existential circumstances for the United States. I swore an oath to the Constitution of the United States, and it does not expire, no matter who now has claimed the authority to ignore it.

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The Economic Big Lie

Friday, January 7th, 2022

Inflation from Hell is coming

Ladies and gentlemen, the evidence is everywhere you care to look. We’re sliding off an economic cliff, and today’s jobs report is more evidence. Contrary to what the puppet Obiden Regime is telling you about the performance of the economy, the truth is dramatically worse. Their continued reliance on printing money, and sending out support checks/benefits, is driving us into a ditch, and that ditch looks like the Grand Canyon.  We’re told the pittance of 199,000 new jobs created last month is good news. Folks, at that rate, the workforce size is shrinking, or at best, flat. Hidden beneath all of the nonsense being spewed by the labor department is a contraction in the size of the workforce, or “labor/workforce participation.” This tells the truth, and it’s the thing they can’t hide. Workforce participation is falling off a cliff. If this government wanted to change the dynamic, they’d immediately halt all hand-outs and drive people into the workforce. Instead, they’re supporting people to remain unemployed, and this is leading to the supply chain problems you’re experiencing, but it’s going to get worse.

The simple fact is that the people now running the United States are intentionally driving us further into crisis. Soon, we’re going to see inflation at levels none of us have experienced before. The longer they drive this false COVID crisis, the worse it will be. There’s no way this is accidental, and anybody telling you that in the future is either a dupe or a liar.  It’s now so late in the game, preparations may no longer be possible. I’ve always advocated preparedness here on this site.  Time may be short. While I was writing this up, Sundance over at TheConservativeTreehouse has posted a dire warning.  I’d urge you to heed it.

Our economy stopped recovering the moment Joe Biden stole his way to the Presidency. I can’t say this strongly enough: It’s not accidental. It’s the plan.

 

SCOTUS Scrum on Mandates: Why I Don’t Care

Friday, January 7th, 2022

Laying the foundation for Civil War II

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Friday on the matter of vaccine mandates handed down by the Obiden Administration through OSHA. What’s become entirely clear during these questions is that at least three of them are among the dumbest people on the planet, and it’s not entirely clear that the remainder are all together too much better. The problems with the Supreme Court are clear, and have been the same for a long time. They’re too much an ivory-tower, and too little Anytown USA. They live in a cloistered bubble of Washington DC insiders, lobbyists, politicians, and the cocktail party circuit. They are far too insulated from the rigors of real life in America, and they’re surrounded by people who are frequently equally or exceedingly walled-off from the real impacts of their rulings. Listening to the bleatings of Justice Sotomayor, I’ve become convinced that it would be impossible to find somebody less qualified, excepting perhaps only her ghoulish compatriot, Justice Kagan. The two of them together form the anchor of big-government foolishness on the court, and their combined utterances in these oral arguments serve only to punctuate their idiocy. Apparently, Sotomayor has come to believe that one-hundred-thousand children are in serious condition with COVID19. The actual statistic is quite a bit less dire, numbering less than three thousands.  Kagan couldn’t help but attack the petitioners’ lawyer because she’s so thoroughly in love with the power of the state. These two are political hacks posing as judges. Breyer is a moron as well. The remainder of the justices seem mostly detached, except Alito, who seems to have some understanding. Still, with all of this going on, I don’t really care: I will not get this vaccine no matter what approach they use to to mandate it.  I will expend all means at my disposal to defend my position.

The real problem here is that if the court upholds these mandates, the United States of America is DEAD. The left will have won, and we will be in a new dark age, and rule of law goes out the window. That may seem quite dire, and it is, but that’s how far we’ve now fallen. None of the justices seem too concerned that there  no law giving such power to the executive. None of the justices seem even slightly worried about any of that. If we have a Supreme Court that cannot plainly rule that these mandates are clearly illegal and unconstitutional, there may be no way out but naked, open revolution. This isn’t the first time in American history that the court faced a case that threatened the existence of the Republic. If they were aware of what they were creating when the ruled in Dred Scott v. John F.A. Sandford, they were no less oblivious to the consequences, and certainly no more insulated than now. Four years later, the country was plunged into the Civil War, and its seeds were sewn, at least in part, by the 1857 case.  If they rule in favor of the federal mandates, four years won’t likely elapse before we’re in complete collapse as a result.

The court has a history of getting it wrong before getting it right. They also have a long history of ignoring this sort of consequence. Of course, they’re not supposed to take that into account in making their decision, but one would think such a possibility would at least move them to do their most accurate and judicially faithful work in such cases.  Based on the oral arguments I’ve heard in this case, that’s a fat “No.”

The government is relying upon an appeal to “emergency” doctrine that gives it broad latitude in confronting the “pandemic,” but that doctrine is not unlimited. If the SCOTUS does this, permitting this mandate to stand, there is no way to go back to a constitutional, federal, representative republic, which is our actual, ratified form of government. Even if the court finds by slim majority that the mandates are unconstitutional, as is plainly the case, we’re not out of danger. This should be a 9-0 slam dunk in favor of the petitioners. The fact that it’s not provides all the evidence that our constitution is dead, and with it, our republic.

In truth, what a ruling in favor of the government here should spark is a series of moves by freedom-loving states to secede from the Union. Peaceably.

In a rational world, the justices on this court would know that, and would avoid such an outcome, but there are two problems, and I have no optimism about it:

  1. They don’t know it. They’re not able to know it. They are too far removed from the American people and reality.
  2. The majority of the court doesn’t care. They are far too insulated from the consequences of their rulings.

What’s worse is the fact that even were Providence to intercede and smite the offending justices, it would not reverse their decisions, and besides, [Fake] President Obiden would merely nominate even more ludicrous idiots to the court. Yes, that seems impossible, but it’s not, sadly.

I won’t guess as to the outcome of this case. I only know what the correct outcome is. In the end, however, I don’t care. I won’t comply. If that comes to endanger my job, my life, or anything else of value to me, I will respond.

Enough’s enough.

DC Lockdown: Securing the Coup

Tuesday, January 19th, 2021

The First Order of Business

In any successful coup d’etat, the first rule is to secure it. Once the coup-plotters have successfully wrested control of a government, their first exigency is always to stabilize the coup, making it irreversible, followed by a rapid consolidation of power. What you’re witnessing in Washington DC is precisely that. The radical globalists, in the USA represented by the Democrats and a throng of Republican collaborators, is now out to secure their victory.  They succeeded in stealing the 2020 election from Donald Trump, and they’re on the cusp of fully taking power. The show of force in Washington DC is all about making a show that will frighten away any who foolishly conceive of some effort to undo it.  They’ve already introduced legislation to make the new walls and barriers permanent, as they scramble to turn the DC capitol into the visible demonstration of their power. They need to appear invincible, but one of the things they’re likely observing is Sun Tzu’s dictum to “Appear weak when you are strong, and strong when you are weak.” Their coup is fragile, and they know it. One bad meme, one unexpected push in the wrong direction, and the whole thing will come undone in the eyes of the public. This is all about enforcing an image and narrative of inevitability and invincibility, because their legitimacy is so thoroughly in question. The media, another organ of the coup-plotters, is only too anxious to help portray this image. They too are on the ragged edge, because all the world knows or ought to know that the media is entirely fake.  Everything you’re seeing in media is aimed at securing the coup and consolidating its power.

Joe Biden is likely barely aware of anything. That’s not his role. He’s a figurehead and a fake. The people running him, Obama et al, are busy concocting the most absurdly vicious administration in US history. Staffed with professional liars and BigTech executives, the whole administration is being engineered to carry out a giant fraud. This is because their entire bogus campaign, barely a campaign at all, was comprised of disinformation, propaganda, and a never-ending attack on Donald Trump.  Expect this to continue.  Donald Trump will still be the bogeyman, only now, it will be a blame game. Everything they do will be blamed on Trump and his administration, despite the fact that Trump’s accomplishments were remarkable. None of that will matter once these demons take over the reins of power. Instead, you’ll be told how horrible Trump had been. They’ll tell you he’d been ineffective or incompetent, or even malevolent when it suits their purposes. While some of that happens in most administrations, in this one, it will be taken to a new level previously unknown and unimaginable. That is because Donald Trump accomplished many good things for the American people, and the Obiden administration will be taking a wrecking ball to all of it.

They will focus on maintaining the air of invulnerability, as they hope time will make people simply accept their legitimacy. In a sense, they hope with each passing day, the reality of Obiden’s presidency will reinforce itself.  First, some will simply shrug and accept it and try to move on with life in whatever way they’re able, and over time, they will shut down and deplatform any one who says otherwise.  They will not, as you’ve seen, allow for any more questioning of the legitimacy of the election, while at least 8 in 10 Republicans and 4 in 10 independents believe the election was stolen, corrupt, Worse, some number of Democrats, mostly biting their tongues, also believe that the election was stolen. This means that at the margins at least, the theft was so obvious that even some of their own number can’t un-see the evidence. This is why even at this late date, it’s being reported in the press(consider source) that Barr told the President that election theft was Bullsh…” They’re trying to bury it, and they’re trying to legitimize Obiden.

Part of consolidating power is what will be made of Barr’s interview on ITV. This is because to truly consolidate their coup, they must take Trump out. In this case, what they intend to do is to make sure Trump can never hold office again, and they’re going to use an unconstitutional impeachment trial in the Senate. That’s the purpose of the Barr interview. I, along with many of my readers, had serious reservations about the “swampiness” of Bill Barr, and since the election, he’s substantiated that concern. You can also look to the pressure being placed on social media tyrants to become more tyrannical in their stifling of conservatives, and particularly any talk about the legitimacy of the 2020 election. They’re demolishing conservatives, and any pro-Trump voices for a purpose, and they’re being driven by the left toward further attacks. This consolidation will continue apace, as they intend to wipe out all dissent. There can be no voices in media anywhere. They’re going after podcasters, and even talk radio. At every turn, the object is to shut down any further questioning of the elections of 2020.

Obiden can’t have a successful return to the Obama policies if his legitimacy is in question. Now, all efforts are being placed into the drive to cancel any such questioners. The American people, though, know what they know, and these efforts may shut down the public discussion, but they won’t silence what reverberates in the minds of the American people. Get ready. Know what you’re seeing. This is exactly how any coup d’etat behaves, because it must. The legitimacy is always in question, and ending those questions is key to securing the coup. The populace must be made to accept the legitimacy, and that requires eliminating all questions and/or questioners.

Editor’s Note: Yes, I’m using the term “Obiden,” in part as recognition that this is an entirely fake presidency, but mainly that Obama is largely directing it from behind the scenes. Joe Biden is incapable of being President of the United States. His only role was to be an eligible non-corpse they could put atop the ticket as a placeholder. Right now, your best source for information is Steve Bannon’s War Room, broadcast on America’s Voice from 10am-Noon and 5pm-6pm(EST). You can also catch it on Rumble.