One cannot simultaneously defend the integrity of the 2020 election and demand new laws to ensure election integrity.
Before we are all reprogrammed, remember for a bit longer that the reset of memory and truth is not just a political agenda, but a holistic effort to redefine our past, present, and future.
Far from being an exceptional response to an emergency, the sterile and militarized Washington, D.C. of Joe Biden’s inauguration was an effort at mass intimidation and a portent of things to come.
Sometimes tyranny comes through the front door carrying guns. And sometimes it slips in through the back door under the guise of civic charities promising to “work to ensure safe elections.”
Whether he will run in three years or just be the conservative kingmaker, Donald Trump will be with us and his impact on our movement cannot be undone.
Joe Biden’s actions speak louder than and in contradiction to his words: “Join me, obey me, and we will be united!”
By making “unity” his goal and “truth” his defense, he can label his opponents as liars and threats to democracy.
Biden’s bromides, bombast, B.S., and deeds will escalate and exacerbate our nation’s uncivil war.
Joe Biden wants the Senate to “multitask” and conduct an impeachment trial that will include revisiting the 2020 election? Good—let’s roll.
No, Joe Biden can’t train us to see the world anew. But with enough power, he and his party may well be able to compel a great many of us to pretend to see it as they say we should.
A place to start the purification of the Republican Party as a vehicle for national restoration is by creating a caucus that relentlessly primaries globalists and pushes an America First agenda.
Everyone who wishes America well must always hope that an incoming president of the United States is successful.
Conservatives in Congress should treat the Biden-Harris Administration exactly the way the Democrats treated Trump’s presidency, by totally dissociating themselves from any of its actions.
Libertarians like spoiler Senate candidate Shane Hazel fail to appreciate that America can be just as thoroughly dominated by big corporations and powerful oligarchs as it can be by big government.
Biden has the power to turn the lyricism of a dream into a long national nightmare of violence and hate, thereby reducing the words of America’s only King to a footnote in the pages of history.
Americans hate one thing more than a sore loser, and that is an arrogant, vindictive—and bullying—winner.
Results be damned, everyone will pretend that Biden is good news.
Assuming that future elections are fair, or even reasonably fair, we have every reason to expect that the GOP will be back on top, and soon.
The president looked positively toward the future. But he failed in his farewell address to warn Americans of the dangers ahead.
There must be a clear confirmation or denial of a stolen election in 2020, and the American people must demand accountability if not before a Biden inauguration, then in 2022 and 2024.