2020 Outcomes

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Here's a point I've made but some choose not to get it, "it doesn't matter what you think or feel, it's about what THEY believe".

Progressives think forcing someone to do something is winning: because they get their way. And that's why leftist Governments fall.

Laws don't change people. People believing something and agreeing with the law does.

Government runs by the consent of the governed.

If you didn't win their consent, passing a law that nobody agrees with, just creates criminals and wastes law enforcement efforts (or empowers corruption/abuse).


  • Civil War
  • Progressive Unrest in the progressive era (turn of 20th century)
  • Prohibition
  • War on Drugs
  • Abortion bombings after Roe V. Wade

It turns out just because you say, “we decided X” from the ruling elite, that it doesn’t matter if the people don’t agree (consent). They just ignore, we get more criminality.

Defund the police just gets more vigilantism (and private cops, and gang wars, etc). You might make snowflakes feel better, but their feelings don’t matter. What matters is that you convince the guy who had his daughter killed by a drunk driver, or molested, to trust the system so that he does NOT take justice into his own hands.

Once you lose the trust in the system, it doesn't come back: the society collapses into something far uglier: Organized crime becomes most successful (an extra-legal outlet) where the systems don’t work.

In America, these were always more successful in disenfranchised foreign expat communities, because they couldn't trust justice in the normal means. So they set up their own banks (loan sharks), and their justice (thugs that would beat people up if you paid them). They were protected by the community, because they couldn't trust the system to protect them.

Democrats are trying to turn half of Americans (conservatives, moderates, and all non-progressives) into disenfranchised foreign communities within America, and curious what’s going to happen. I’m not. I know because I can read a history book, what will happen, and I want to avoid it.

Outlaw guns or tobacco, and you get a highly profitable and successful black market. It’s the way of the world. The elites have much more limited powers than their arrogance lets them realize.

Convince the people, then make the laws.. not the other way around.

So you win an election that was corrupted by Democrats? Even if they didn’t cause the election to be swung (or at least no provably so), if you convince 72M+ Americans that the Democrats are the party of corruption and abuse, and their president has no legal authority, it doesn’t end well.

Look at how poorly it was for the last 4 years, when Trump won legitimately. The left still had violent tantrums, tried various coups (like the Russiagate 🇷🇺, or Scampeachment).

Now imagine all the worst things they said about Trump were true about Biden: illegitimate, corrupt, colluded to illegally swing an election, etc. Oh wait, they are true. But even if they aren’t, more people have more legitimate reasons to believe it, and 100 times the evidence than the Russiagate conspiracy theorists ever had.

Fortunately, most Republicans are nicer people, and will just wait the process out, and know they can #resist for 2-4 years and get an American back in office.

But for the Republicans that aren't nicer people, or that aren't patient? Watch out. They’re far more competent than a basement dwelling BLM and Antifa member at committing mass mayhem. These are people that worked for a living. That's scary.

I’m not saying that because I want the consequences. I want Democrats to understand what they’re pushing for.

Either they show they didn’t corrupt an election like adults... or they stand firm on their stupidity and troll 72M Americans to see if there’s any angry McVeighs out there. And the law of large numbers means that if you look hard enough (and have a large enough data set), you will find them. One in a million means at least 72 of them. And McVeigh was amateurish compared to someone smart and determined could do.

Biden will destroy people’s livelihoods in oil, manufacturing, and just in general (with higher taxes and regulations)... and how many lives do you have to ruin before a few of them get pissed off, and decide to start burning it down?

The point is NOT that I’m rooting that on. Just looking at why the founding fathers wanted to make it hard to write laws to intrude on others liberties, and why the Democrats/Progressives have been trying to undermine that constitution so they could bully others, ever since.


📚 References

2020 Voter Fraud
This is a list of some of the questionable things going on with the 2020 Election vote. Some of these may get proven as just suspicious later, many may never be proven, but all are sketchy outliers that offer reasonable people a reason for concern. Evidence includes: ArizonaBenford's Law and MathBig Tech CensorshipCaliforniaCampaign Crowd SizeDead votesDemocrat ReactionDominionElection Fraud WitnessesGeorgiaHammer and ScorecardLate night vote spikesLawsuitsMichiganMinnesotaNevadaNorth CarolinaPennsylvaniaPoll Observers blockedPolls disasterously wrongVindicationVirginiaVote RatiosWisconsin • It's not about this election, it's about all of them. If Democrats can get away with this, and suppress a reasonable investigation, then they will do it again. That will disenfranchise 70M+ voters who are getting cheated, or believe they are getting cheated, and that will tear the republic apart.
Election 2020
Joe Biden just called the Presidents family and demanded he concede the election. Unfortunately he called the Reagan family. I was correct in predicting the polls were way off: whatever the final outcome, the pollsters, CNN, WaPo and NYT were terribly wrong, again, perpetuating what later turned out to be FakeNews to harm the standing President. One needs to ask, "Bug" or "Feature". Since they are using double-standards on when to announce a winner, with always premature on (D) and always demanding patience when (R), I think we know the answer. And it's not just at getting the public the truth.