Early voting has begun and hopefully, the next few weeks will fly by so we can get through all the election hoopla.
I’m certainly tired of it and will be glad when it’s all over. Unfortunately, President Trump is in a no win situation. If he wins the election, the onslaught against him will continue; if he loses the onslaught will be transferred to the American people, especially those who supported the President.
I cannot understand how someone can vote for someone that supports the killing of unborn babies, will take away your guns, raise your taxes, take away other freedoms like being able to worship as you please and have more governmental control over your life. It’s not about a person’s past, their demeanor, nor how great they can do in a debate. It’s about our country and what happens in this election can change the whole configuration of our country either for the best or worst, depending on how you cast your vote.
Perhaps this is the most important election in the history of our country. It’s exciting on one front; things that are happening for the better to move our country forward. Scary on another for those who are bent on trying to destroy our country and bring us to socialism and a one world order. You don’t have to like someone to vote for them, it’s not like giving them a valentine. You are not voting for the person, you are voting for what they can do and whether or not they have the best intentions for the betterment of all but especially our country.
So many people are so dead set against Trump, they cannot see the forest for the trees. They do not do enough research into what he’s actually done. They rely on mainstream media which has been proven time and time again to actually create the news with lies and innuendos because they also are anti-Trump because of the powers that be who owns or controls them. In reality, not to burst your bubble, but mainstream media has been using propaganda and lying to us for a very, very long time.
If you look other places than mainstream media, you get information being brought to light about Russian collusion, but it was not Trump. You can get information about the Clinton emails and a lot of other swamp members who have not been above the law and apply a different standard to their actions than they do others. It’s okay for them, but not you and they play the blame game which has trickled over into the citizens.
While saying this election is so important may seem like a cliché, perhaps it is but clichés tend to be truthful.
Voter fraud is rampant and many are pushing for mail-in voting. Doesn’t it make you wonder why they are pushing this so hard? They don’t care that it will overwhelm election offices across the country. They don’t care because that’s exactly what they want to do. They would like nothing better than to delay the election results so they can create more havoc.
Citizens no longer care as much about the wrong doing in government. Many are tired of hearing about it because they don’t see any arrests even if they know the whole story. Many are brainwashed about what is really going on in our country. They don’t believe how corrupt many politicians are or take even a moment to question how many of them became millionaires and billionaires while in office. They don’t have a problem with that congressperson living in a mansion or having armed guards yet trying to institute income equality, no matter how hard you’ve worked for your wage, and want to take away your guns. Double standard. The public has come to the conclusion that a guaranteed annual income works. This virus hysteria has provided a kind of test for both universal basic income and modern monetary theory—helicopter money. So far, anyway, it seems you really can get something for nothing. Income equality is not really equal.
There’s now a lot of antagonism toward both free minds and free markets. Polls indicate that a majority of Americans actually support BLM, an openly Marxist movement that has been declared a terrorist organization. Forget about free minds—someone might be offended, and you’ll be pilloried by the mob. Forget about free markets—they’re blamed for all the economic problems, even though it’s the lack of them that caused the problem. The idea of capitalism is now considered undefendable.
Let’s be real here. This election is going to hinge on who cheats the best. And the Democrats have, over the years, developed far greater expertise in cheating than the Republicans. Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals” wasn’t written for the kind of people who vote Republican.
There’s going to be more emphasis on mail-in votes, which make it easier to cheat. You can register dead people as voters. You can register your dog as a voter. If the fraud is ever even discovered, it won’t be until long after the election.
A consequence of this acknowledged dysfunction is to delegitimize the whole idea of voting. The election will be contested no matter which side wins because the country has become totally polarized. No matter who wins, the other side is going to be terminally unhappy with the result.
This election is undoubtedly the most important one since 1860. The outcome of that was the War Between the States.
The Democrats really want to change the very nature of the US. If they win, they’ll be able to do so, for several reasons. First, it seems almost certain that they’ll make Washington, DC, a state; there will then be 102 senators voting—and those two from Washington, DC, will without question be left-leaning Democrats. Second, the 20 million undocumented people—illegal aliens—now in the US will undoubtedly be made citizens; they lean heavily toward the Democrats. Third, they’ll expand the size of the Supreme Court and pack it with leftists.
There could be more, of course. Perhaps they’ll probably reduce the voting age to 16. Maybe they’ll even engineer a Constitutional Convention to change everything. The 2nd Amendment will go, of course, and the rest of the Bill of Rights would be heavily modified. America would never be the same and once this happens, it will be all but impossible to get them out of office or turn things back around. So yes, this is the most important election in our history and your country and your freedom lies in the balance.
For me, it’s an easy choice — give me liberty and less government interference in my everyday life. I vote for the candidate most closely to my morals and values and who seems to love America by words and actions. Do your part, go to the polls and vote in person. ©2020
VICTORIA SIMMONS Is a columnist, author, motivational speaker, minister and publisher of The Georgia Post/Byron Buzz. Contact her at: email@example.com