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Trump Closes The Pincers

People tell me that this site needs more promotion on the basis that many of the ideas on the Right get mentioned here first. Well, no kidding; that is our job, especially mine, as some sort of philosopher of the Right who looks toward the future.

If Amerika has a topic, it is civilization decline and how to avoid it. My heart is liberal, in that I really do want to live a “be excellent to each other society,” but I realize that this can only be achieved through extreme realism and a transcendental goal, which swings us farthest to the Right than the far-Right can even achieve. Hence, the furthest Right.

This means that around here, you will read about skipping over modernity — the era of civilization defined by a reliance on the Big Lie, “equality” — and getting to a world where we are focused toward a transcendental goal, or an appreciation of natural order such that our appreciation of the whole explains to us our own position within it and therefore, we see the wisdom of the whole.

Currently, we are leaving the age of equality. We see now that it was a symbol, understood differently by all of us, used to manipulate us into giving control to centralized authorities who operated through the approval of a plurality of people, with those people being incompetent to make such decisions. This was the time of prole-rule.

It took democracy a century and a half to take over, then another half century to assume its final form, which as Francis Fukuyama noted was liberal democracy, or democracy, civil rights, and market socialism meaning entitlements from government in a free market context. This won out over everything else, and now it has revealed its true colors to us.

After the Soviet Union fell, and there was nothing to keep democracy back from going too far to the Left, it went Leftward because democracy itself is egalitarian. That meant that all of society went “woke” during the Clinton years and beyond, and through the power of the crowd, we steadily converged on full Communism, at least as an attitude.

The Tea Party, Brexit, and Donald Trump all show us the counter-reaction, which consists of people who want America in the 1980s, 1950s, or even earlier to return. Among them a small group are like myself and want to simply escape modernity, restore the eternal form of human society, and apply moral discipline and creative eugenics to get us to a position of ultimate health, wisdom, and power.

We recognize that this is unpopular; most people are incompetent to make this decision, and even competent people in groups defer to the social consensus instead of standing up for what they know, so accurate depictions of a situation are rarely ever popular.

On the larger scale of history, we are going to get what we want, mainly because liberal democracy has utterly failed. It produces no culture of note; its people do not reproduce at replacement rates; it is heavily in debt; its institutions can no longer be trusted; its cities are violent and vandalized dystopic wastelands; its infrastructure has rotted; its economies are no longer viable, especially the “service economy” based on the third world.

In other words, under liberal democracy, we have gone from a comfortable ascent to a screaming descent.

Currently, America is trying to decide whether it gives up on itself or not. If it accepts this obviously fraudulent election, it will have destroyed the goodwill that humanity has toward America because it will have destroyed its faith in the American system. Democracies cannot coexist with stolen elections, especially national ones, and acceptance of this fraud will show us that the mob dominated us not just from within government but also academia, science, media, and industry. Popular opinion became illusory, which means that society has degenerated and become insane, and that then took over for its endgame of enslaving everyone so that regular stimulus payments could roll out the door.

Generally when looking through history it makes sense to compile the details so that one gets a sense of the big picture. This election was obviously fraudulent: a sudden pause in counting in five states, millions of ballots discovered at 3:00 AM, a media that refuses to discuss it, a social media that suppresses any dissent, and a mass wave of assurances from the “experts” that it is “obvious” that the fraudulent election was not fraudulent. There is no way that this situation means we have had a legitimate election; even more, it shows us that we have hostile actors within the gates and in positions of power across those same industries and government.

If we do not give up on ourselves, we will have to un-do this election and then punish those responsible, namely the Democrats, the Clinton-Obama political machine, the unions, the billionaires club that supports it, and the kingpin and paymaster at the center of it, China. A prolonged attack which results in massive destruction is an atrocity, and it demands a fast and vicious atrocity in response. If you do not punish slow atrocities, you accept them, meaning that you cede legitimacy and accept suicide.

This past year showed us many things, but mostly, it was the failure of institutions and expertise. They lied about the fake election; they either bungled, lied, or both about the dangers of COVID-19 and how we should respond to it, bullying everyone into accepting lockdowns and masks by categorizing basically all deaths as COVID-19, allowing them to manufacture a panic. We wanted to see responsible public servants, but instead we saw Tik Tok nurses, bureaucrats needlessly asserting authority like tyrants, celebrities and experts stunting for Twitter followers, medical and scientific nonsense for the sake of grabbing headlines, and other instances of proles on power trips. Our institutions are rotted because we have the wrong people in them, mainly because we promote the wrong people.

We saw the same with our political figures. The “uniparty” reared its head with the Lincoln Project, Never Trump movement, various “the conservative case for slow Communism” style writers, and other assorted cucks and lunatics who were more interested in getting along with their coworkers — mostly insane Leftist near-whites like Nancy Pelosi, Adam Schiff, Paul Ryan, Chuck Schumer, James Comey, and John Brennan — than they were in doing what was best for the country. At the end of the day, for them, it was a job that paid in having power first of all, but also in kickbacks from the pork bills they regularly pass, and this means that careerism, or filling the technical demands of the job in order to advance oneself at the expense of the goal of the job, takes over from that “best for the country” thing. They are addicted to the power, and got enriched by it, and so they have no interest in giving it up for something trivial like preserving civilization. Atomized modern people care about nothing beyond the date of their own demise.

Not only that, but a population raised in many generations of Leftist propaganda culminating in the WW2-era diversity push has no conception of anything outside of Leftism. Witness this “conservative” writing about how we can turn populism into Leftism and therefore be socially acceptable to the brainwashed denialists who fear change and therefore defend their generations of Leftist brainwashing:

We are in the midst of a rare political realignment, in which Democrats are emerging as the party of the college-educated elite and Republicans are emerging as the party of the working class. But while this realignment remains in flux, neoliberal elites of both parties, for now, have more in common with one another than they do with the core voters of their respective parties.

The upshot is that there is at least some potential for bipartisan initiatives on any number of pro-worker, pro-family prerogatives that could reverse the economically and culturally deregulatory excesses that have characterized most the post-World War II order. Conservatives shouldn’t be content to merely play the role of dedicated opposition; when possible, we should seek to be constructive in attaining mutually desirable ends.

“Pro-worker” is Leftist language. “Characterized most the post-World War II order” is a way of avoiding placing the blame on diversity and unions. “Economically and culturally deregulatory excesses” seems to be a call to authoritarianism. “More in common with one another” is the Uniparty. “Attaining mutually desirable ends” means compromise or, in other terms, going with the flow as history swims to the Left.

This places us in a tough situation. We have hit rock bottom and crawled so far into egalitarianism, a symbolic and not actual belief system, since its desire for equality replaces measurement of results in reality as a realist would assess, that we are anti-realistic: our society has become dedicated to ignoring and concealing reality so that we can continue to pursue pacifism, equality, diversity, socialism, and other forms of compromise which defer to social popularity instead of pursuing the reality that few see in any kind of accurate focus.

We are living in a simulacra of reality based on human emotion, or a pseudo-reality:

Pseudo-realities are, simply put, false constructions of reality. It is hopefully obvious that among the features of pseudo-realities is that they must present a plausible but deliberately wrong understanding of reality. They are cult “realities” in the sense that they are the way that members of cults experience and interpret the world—both social and material—around them. We should immediately recognize that these deliberately incorrect interpretations of reality serve two related functions. First, they are meant to mold the world to accommodate small proportions of people who suffer pathological limitations on their abilities to cope with reality as it is. Second, they are designed to replace all other analyses and motivations with power, which these essentially or functionally psychopathic individuals will contort and deform to their permanent advantage so long as their pseudo-real regime can last.

Pseudo-realities are always social fictions, which, in light of the above, means political fictions. That is, they are maintained not because they are true, in the sense that they correspond to reality, either material or human, but because a sufficient quantity of people in the society they attack either believe them or refuse to challenge them. This implies that pseudo-realities are linguistic phenomena above all else, and where power-granting linguistic distortions are present, it is likely that they are there to create and prop up some pseudo-reality. This also means that they require power, coercion, manipulation, and eventually force to keep them in place. Thus, they are the natural playground of psychopaths, and they are enabled by cowards and rationalizers. Most importantly, pseudo-realities do not attempt to describe reality as it is but rather as it “should be,” as determined by the relatively small fraction of the population who cannot bear living in reality unless it is bent to enable their own psychopathologies, which will be projected upon their enemies, which means all normal people.

Normal people do not accept pseudo-reality and interpret reality more or less accurately, granting the usual biases and limitations of human perspective. Their common heuristic is called common sense, though much more refined forms exist in the uncorrupted sciences. In reality, both of these are handmaidens of power, but in pseudo-realities, this is inverted. In pseudo-reality, common sense is denigrated as bias or some kind of false consciousness, and science is replaced by a scientism that is a tool of power itself.

There you have a description of modernity: a symbolic representation of life, namely the question of whether we have made “progress” toward “equality,” replaces all questions of what is real; those who note such questions are viewed as deplorables fixated on illusions, while the dominant illusion (equality) is accepted without question and those who fail to pay it obeisance have their lives destroyed and are replaced by people who are the right mix of obedient and incompetent that makes them good tools of those who are wielding the power of the crowd — holding the conch, wearing the One Ring, or speaking the Will of the People from the ruined Bastille — who thrive as long as, no matter what, they keep pushing for more equality. In prole-rule, everyone is incompetent compared to the kings, so the only question is whether they are obedient to the symbolic reality that is created by the Big Lie (“equality” as a viable goal and method both).

At the core of modernity we find deference to the social group and what it can agree on in the short-term, namely the lowest common denominator, which usually amounts to anarchy with free stuff and no consequences. This utilitarian view gives rise to all theories of deference to the group instead of inner wisdom or external reality, and all of these philosophies give rise to a pathology of pursuing demand instead of recognizing the need for a structure — social, cultural, hierarchy, divine order, natural law — above the level of the individual:

Modern economists tend to assume that utility is good — that people should get what they want. When economists talk about the notion of consumer surplus, they just mean the utility that consumers derive from getting a good deal on consumer goods.

Bentham’s utilitarianism conceived of a good society as one that makes its people happy. But what if the things people desire don’t bring them happiness?

Happiness research has led to some surprising and troubling discoveries. People seem to reliably seek out a few things that make them unhappy.

In this realization, we can see the pathology of humanity: we quest after what we cannot have and, in doing so, destroy what we could have. Since this is popular, and humans are social creatures because they must work together and therefore, compromise, and because of that, give up on a goal, which leads them to become careerists because they view achieving the goal of their jobs as unachievable. Humans in groups clog decision-making with a need to dumb everything down so it can be understood and agreed upon by the group, instead of representing reality, which creates a situation where we project what humanity is upon all external opportunities and crises. This inherent solipsism to humanity defeats us again and again, being compromised of both the egoism of individuals and the need for inoffensive and pleasurable illusions by the simplistic group. Pacifism, compromise, rationalization, pluralism, egalitarianism, and utilitarianism all spring from this root of human hubris, or forcing our environment to adapt to us instead of adapting to our environment, a fundamental inversion.

Now that we know the disease of our time, we also see a cure: a hierarchy with reality at the top and our most competent people arrayed below that, with the needs and wants that ultimately will make us unhappy excluded. That is, we need to make choices. These are semi-arbitrary and vary between groups. That means that groups need to be formed of people who are innately similar, not imposed ideologies and economic systems. This means that our world order is changing from the idea that there is an objective and absolute truth shared among humanity about what is true that we can base a global order upon, to the notion that each group is going to have to forge its own path, as Samuel Huntington wrote in his “Clash of Civilizations”:

In the post-Cold War world, the most important distinctions among peoples are not ideological, political, or economic. They are cultural. Peoples and nations are attempting to answer the most basic question humans can face: Who are we? And they are answering that question in the traditional way human beings have answered it, by reference to the things that mean most to them. People define themselves in terms of ancestry, religion, language, history, values, customs, and institutions. They identify with cultural groups: tribes, ethnic groups, religious communities, nations, and, at the broadest level, civilizations. People use politics not just to advance their interests but also to define their identity. We know who we are only when we know who we are not and often only when we know whom we are against.

Donald Trump represents this rise of nationalism, a form of organic realism, and thus a rejection of the idea of an absolute and objective symbolic space of truth — somewhat like cyberspace, more like a false noumena (shadows on the wall of a Platonic cave) formed of human social pathos — that manifests in globalism, open borders, a re-financialization-based market, fiat currency, service economies, civil rights, and social trends based one quality. The System opposes him because it must, since he will un-do it and reveal it as obsolete, removing the goodwill and expectation of future Utopia that it needs to function. Most people started opposing him because people fear change, meaning real inner change or change in behavior and thus in cognition, and they wanted to remain as denialists who affirmed that we could keep plugging away on our 1990s Clintonista theories and succeed.

He has launched his pincer assault, much as he describes in his books. With one hand, he makes his deal look better; with the other, he applies pressure to those making the decision, mainly by making all the other options look worse by revealing what they are under the face-value glitz and glamour. He shows us the crass, gritty, primal, atavistic, and careerist nature of human relations and in doing so, he removes the layers of illusion and karmic drama which all other options offer.

Most people started out in November, for example, thinking that Joe Biden was the safe candidate because he would restore the Clinton-Obama drama, stop the endless criticism from media and international voices over Trump, and restore American standing. As it came down to the vote, however, many defected to Trump because he actually delivered real-world improvements instead of ideological posturing with a moribund economy as the late Clinton and Obama years did. When the election happened, over half of us voted for Donald Trump — a landslide! — and the Left kicked in their fraudulent election. Still, many people wanted to believe in the fraud, since for them, it ended the pain of the constant drama and criticism over Trump that has been echoed nearly uniformly in entertainment, sports, media, social media, celebrity, international politics, and academia.

Since that time, some legs have been kicked out from under the illusion. First, the censorship of the Hunter Biden story proved conclusively to most of us that our military-industrial complex, or similar secret society spanning both government and industry, had something to hide; next, the flood of data on stolen votes, faked mail-in ballots, and hacked voting machines dominated our consciousness; then, we saw that Eric Swalwell was sleeping with a Chinese spy while running our Intelligence Committee; finally, when SolarWinds was revealed to be hacked, we saw our government and industry as completely incompetent and totally untrustworthy.

Industry is currently soft-pedaling the SolarWinds hack, which means that they are furiously trying to secure everything while revealing in dribs and drabs the extend of the hack. Today we heard about compromised source code:

In a blog post, Microsoft said its investigation into the SolarWinds breach had turned up irregularities with a “small number of internal accounts” and that one of the accounts “had been used to view source code in a number of source code repositories.” It added that the account had no ability to modify the code.

The disclosure adds to the ever-growing picture of the compromises associated with the SolarWinds hack, which used the Texas-based company’s flagship network monitoring software as a springboard to break into sensitive U.S. government networks and other tech companies. Microsoft had already disclosed that like other firms it found malicious versions of SolarWinds’ software inside its network, but the source code disclosure is new.

Today we will hear that they read the source code; tomorrow, maybe, we will hear that they modified it. It probably does not matter, since anyone who can read the source code will be able to find exploits in it, and with over fifty million lines of code, Windows undeniably has security holes. This means that someone out there has at least a way in to every Windows machine on Earth, if we are lucky, and has every Windows machine reporting back to it, if we are not.

This means that the idea that any election is “secure” is nothing more than a sad joke. We still do not know who was responsible for this hack; some say Russia, but they say that about every hack. Others stay quiet. Likely the answer is China or a three-letter US agency, or possibly both, working together. Partnering up with a foreign power seems to be a classic method of seizing power as a military or intelligence agency, and many have dominated their societies using this method.

The disclosure of this hack makes Trump look stronger, and others look weaker. We have not heard much from Chris Krebs lately, or about how secure this election was, since to assert that at this point would be comedy.

As said here before, Team Trump will use a Bush v. Gore style attack much as they did in the Texas lawsuit, but now Trump has filed it in a form that the Court traditionally accepts, that of a personal lawsuit against the state in question to compel performance:

The lawsuit asks the Supreme Court to declare the Wisconsin election unconstitutional and void as a result of the multiple violations of law, and order the Wisconsin state legislature to appoint electors consistent with Article II, Sec 1.2 of the United States Constitution.

The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals specifically held that if the Trump Campaign proved its case, it could void the election as “failed”, and order decertification of the Biden electors, requiring the Wisconsin legislature to appoint electors.

In other words, Trump wants to sue and overturn the consequences of the fake result. SCOTUS either takes this case or admits that it is compromised; either way, Trump wins. His case fits the Bush v. Gore fact pattern and his team has sought matching data. If the Court takes the case, Trump will likely win; if it rejects the case, public alarm will rise to a point of revolution as goodwill evaporates. That will only give Trump ammunition and momentum in his other pursuits.

One of these takes the form of the use of alternate electors in light of the events that have happened:

Miller said that evidence could be presented in Congress, which would differ from what the Trump campaign presented in courts over the past several weeks.

Should that happen, Miller said President Donald Trump’s team is seeking to present alleged evidence of voter fraud or irregularities in the Nov. 3 election, including law changes regarding mail-in ballots in Wisconsin, “suitcases of ballots” in Georgia being wheeled out late at night on Nov. 3 in Atlanta’s State Farm Center, and being blocked in Arizona and Michigan from inspecting voting systems, alleging that ballots were counted several times.

“These are the specific types of evidence we want to present to the American people on the national stage and not allow local politicians to sweep it under the rug,” Miller said.

In other words, classic Trump: he will raise the penalty for avoiding this issue by making it painful for others to ignore it. He will show the American government that if it wishes to control to rule with legitimacy, it needs to turn around this fraudulent election. He will use the “Samson Option” of revealing additional hacks, leaks, and corruption as he has has been doing, as much as is necessary to force Congress to bend and yeet Biden out of the running.

Much of what he is doing mirrors what was done to him. They had a Steele dossier and RussiaGate report; now he has produced a couple of his own, starting with a academic paper demonstrating the fraud:

The best estimate shows an unusual 7.81% drop in Trump’s percentage of the absentee ballots for Fulton County alone of 11,350 votes, or over 80% of Biden’s vote lead in Georgia. The same approach is applied to Allegheny County in Pennsylvania for both absentee and provisional ballots. The estimated number of fraudulent votes from those two sources is about 55,270 votes.

The estimates here indicate that there were 70,000 to 79,000 “excess” votes in Georgia and Pennsylvania. Adding Arizona, Michigan, Nevada, and Wisconsin, the total increases to up to 289,000 excess votes.

This follows a lengthy and detailed reported on the methods used to supplant and augment votes found in the Navarro Report:

This report assesses the fairness and integrity of the 2020 Presidential Election by examining six dimensions of alleged election irregularities across six key battleground states. Evidence used to conduct this assessment includesmore than 50 lawsuits and judicial rulings, thousands of affidavits and declarations, testimony in a variety of state venues, published analyses by think tanks and legal centers, videos and photos, public comments, and extensive press coverage.The matrix below indicatesthatsignificant irregularities occurred across all six battleground states and across all six dimensions of election irregularities. This finding lends credence to the claim that the election may well have been stolen from President Donald J. Trump. From the findings of this report, it is possible to infer what may well have been a coordinated strategy to effectively stack the election deck against the Trump-Pence ticket. Indeed, the observed patterns of election irregularities are so consistent across the six battleground states that they suggest a coordinated strategy to, if not steal the electionoutright, strategically game the election process in such a way as to “stuff the ballot box” and unfairly tilt the playing field in favor of the Biden-Harris ticket.

Even more damning, this appears to have been done by domestic sources at the command or in collusion with a hostile foreign entity:

Hostile foreign actors joined in the massive election heist and theft of votes, and U.S. votes were calculated on computer servers in Barcelona and Frankfurt. As a result of a coincident cyberattack called the “Digital Pearl Harbor,” you can expect swift retribution. Trump will expel China from most U.S. activity. China will likely retaliate in kind. Thus, the drums of war are beating.

They beat louder the day the Chinese consulate was abruptly shuttered in Houston, and the Chinese spies were behind the building burning documents. The reason that consulate was closed was because we discovered that it was a supercomputing spy center with direct feeds from Twitter, Facebook and other monopolized and colluding social media entities. They were employing AI to identify and rank
those Americans sympathetic to BLM and Antifa. Once identified, these sympathizers were sent “out of band” TikTok videos on “how to start a riot.” That was an act of war.

Trump always pointed to a flow of events: Obama spying on him, him beating Hillary, the fake Steele dossier, the Biden-Ukraine corruption scandal, the fake impeachment, Chinese spying through technology sold in the West, and now, a stolen election.

As it turns out, he is going to be able to link up these things, as Clinton-Biden links to Ukraine emerge:

An ongoing Judicial Watch investigation into the Biden family’s dealings in Ukraine has produced bombshell revelations about the Clinton campaign and Burisma – exposing the so-called “Kyiv – Washington gravy train,” as State Department official George Kent termed it in 2016. According to Judicial Watch’s findings, Burisma’s lobbying firm, Blue Star Strategies sought to offer its services to then-Ukrainian Prosecutor General, Yuriy Lutsenko, in “giving him access to high levels of the Clinton campaign,” Fitton explained.

Simultaneously, it seems that the DOJ has been pursuing Ukraine corruption actors here in the US:

The two obtained fraudulent loans and lines of credit from approximately 2008 through 2016, when the scheme was uncovered, and the bank was nationalized by the National Bank of Ukraine. The complaints allege that they laundered a portion of the criminal proceeds using an array of shell companies’ bank accounts, primarily at PrivatBank’s Cyprus branch, before they transferred the funds to the United States. As alleged in the complaint, the loans were rarely repaid except with more fraudulently obtained loan proceeds.

As alleged in the complaints, in the United States, associates of Kolomoisky and Boholiubov, Mordechai Korf and Uriel Laber, operating out of offices in Miami, created a web of entities, usually under some variation of the name “Optima,” to further launder the misappropriated funds and invest them. They purchased hundreds of millions of dollars in real estate and businesses across the country, including the properties subject to forfeiture: the office tower known as 55 Public Square in Cleveland, Ohio, the Louisville office tower known as PNC Plaza, and the Dallas office park known as the former CompuCom Headquarters. The buildings have a combined value of more than $60 million.

That is bad news for the Left, which impeached Trump on the basis that he was withholding funds, but as it turns out, he was holding them back from corruption, since the scale of Ukraine-US corruption is breathtaking:

In the period from November 2014 to October 2015, the Witnesses noticed strange recurring payments that, at the direction of Oleh Nelin (Zlochevsky’s assistant in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine), were sent from the account of BURISMA HOLDINGS LTD, which was opened for the personal needs of Mykola Zlochevsky, in the Latvian PrivatBank AS to the account of the American company ROSEMONT SENECA BONAI LLC.

The witnesses drew attention to these payments since about 20 times the same uneven amount was recurring – $83,333.33 as payment for consulting services.

In the meantime, the country is reeling from revelations about how insecure these voting machines are and how that almost certainly impacted the results reported:

In the nearly hour-long presentation at a special hearing with the subcommittee (see it below), Pulitzer demonstrated the differences between the paper ballots in two different areas of Fulton County that he claims clearly differentiated between Democrat and Republican Party ballots.

A bar code was put on Republican ballots while none was put on Democrat ballots, he claimed. Furthermore, he said, the alignment cues used by a scanner to read the ballot were out of alignment on the Republican ballots but not on the Democrat ones.

Pulitzer said he was assured there was no way the system could give or send signals but that wasn’t true because, he claimed, his team had penetrated the system using WiFi.

Then came another leak from the White House, perhaps, letting us know that China paid mercenaries to attack US forces in Afghanistan:

United States President Donald Trump received unconfirmed information earlier this month that China sought to pay non-state actors to attack American forces in Afghanistan, a senior administration official told CNN.

The intelligence, which will be declassified by the Trump administration, was provided to the President in his daily brief on December 17, the official said. His national security adviser Robert O’Brien discussed the information with the President that same day, the official said.
In a briefing Thursday, China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman Wang Wenbin described the accusation as slanderous and said it was “completely nonsense and completely fake news.”

In other words, it has become a great deal more difficult to believe that this election was legitimate, or that Joe Biden is free from crime. It is harder to see China as anything but a vicious enemy. It has become nearly impossible think that this election should not be investigated, yet the press, government, media, and academia seem united in rejection of that possibility.

This points to a Trump victory. In the end, it is common sense: Trump is competent and has the resources of the American government at his disposal to trap and document not just the fraud, but the hacks and foreign interference. Therefore, he will do that, and has waited to introduce his full evidence until the pain of having a disputed election is maximum, the country is riled up and ready for war, and China is raging. Now that we are at that point, it is less painful to install Trump as president, reversing the situation two months ago.

When he takes over for his second term, Trump will likely prosecute these people and right the wrongs of Benghazi, RussiaGate, spygate, Burisma, and whatever three-letter agency has gone rogue along with the Clinton-Obama crime syndicate political machine, the social media and big media that cover for them, the unions and billionaires that fund them, and the Chinese who have been instigating and funding riots across America after creating the unnecessary panic over a relatively manageable virus.

Even better, he will use the theory of conspiracy to remove the Swamp creatures from Washington. Anyone who knew about this, or was in a position to know and therefore should have known, will be asked to step down or have their lives destroyed by more leaks and criminal prosecutions. He will purge these people. They have forced his hand, and no one sane will question his authority and rightness in doing so.

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