About the Ticket
Of course, Joe Biden heads the Democrat ticket in name only, right? It's become apparent to news watchers that Joe is not in charge of anything, not the words he speaks, not even his TelePrompTer. He is a pawn, or better said, a stalking horse for Kamala Harris heading the praetorian guard of the proletariat. IF, in fact, the Harris-Biden ticket is elected, this writer predicts Old Joe will be removed from office via the 25th Amendment, Section 4:
“Whenever the Vice President (Harris) and a majority or either the principal officers of the executive departments or of such other body as Congress may by law provide, transmit to the President pro tempore of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of Representatives their written declaration that the President is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office, the Vice President shall immediately assume the powers and duties of the office as Acting President.”
The only question, amongst those who think about this stuff, is whether the coup will occur before or after the 2022 midterms. Once that happens, Joe will never see the outside of a sanitarium again, but he will have achieved his craven dream of becoming POTUS, no matter what the cost to America.
The Mail-in Lie
First, however, Dems have to steal the election. Their push for mail-in voting (and those who don't know the difference between the mail-in voting campaign and traditional absentee ballots ought to find out) has two possible objectives: outright fraud using the mail spray of ballots to addresses of dead or ill voters—think of the COVID dead voting—, and two, a delay in calling the results until after January 20th, thereby placing Nancy Pelosi in office as Acting President of the United States. How does that grab ya?
Harris-Biden have ignored and denied what many Americans have already seen aplenty: the unfettered violence in cities run by Democrats, in some cases, for over 50 years. Since the moment of George Floyd's death, Democrats and their MSM co-conspirators have tone-blind to the violence, murder, and destruction in Portland, Chicago, Minneapolis, Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New York.
Their silence makes Dems complicit, no worse than unleashing pit bulls against children, when innocents are murdered, and businesses and government buildings are torched. Worse, their silence abets destruction of the only barrier—the thin blue line—between civilization and chaos.
It's on them, and doubly so, since in the past week, Joe and his media pals only began to condemn the violence when they learned that focus groups and polling showed most Americans condemned that same violence the moment it started.
Dem chicanery surrounding WuFlu claims is another example. What Harris-Biden can't hide in this age of forever memorialization is that Pelosi, De Blasio, and Biden took their Derangement Syndrome view that Trump was a racist and xenophobe when he banned travel from China, then Europe, and martialed federal medical forces to begin battling the WuFlu. Their ONLY solution offered has been total lockdown. Unlike Dems, Trump has been the only one to take effective, early action.
The singular difference between Democracy and Socialism centers on the difference in rights accorded the individual and the collective. In Democracy, the former nearly always trumps the latter, but in Socialism, there is little or no regard for the individual. Each is a tiny gear in the monolithic machine of state power, always claiming to improve the lives of the proletariat, but in reality, making everyone equally miserable—except their chosen elite, of course.
And that's the difference between Trump-Pence and Harris-Biden. On the one side, we have people who respect rights delineated in the Constitution, especially those dealing with speech, religion, an unborn's right to life, the right to bear arms, and the rights of privacy and property—for Republicans, it's about the individual's rights founded in natural law, and for most, one person's relationship with God. On the Harris-Biden side, we have a party that has morphed into an angry mass convinced they ought to have more, more rights but not responsibilities, more wealth without labor, more governmental power over those they mark to marginalize—all with no God to challenge the state.
On this Labor Day weekend, it will be well for us all to consider where our future lies—at the pinnacle of prosperity or in the cauldron of the collective, with the best that liberty offers, or with the worst of government power.
Vote in person—as I will—, Vote absentee, but Vote this November 3rd for the last clear choice we may ever have.