Three days before the election and so it is time for predictions of sorts. Now I promise not to bore you.
I have consulted with my satirical sidekick, Iggy Bliss, and made a few conclusions between us. Well, Iggy is far too busy managing the farm to write any memos to America.
The first prediction is not much of one really but a definitive resolution. No matter which way this so-called election goes – and I have my doubts about calling it that – I have a message for each scenario.
If Trump wins, I will say “I told you so.” If Biden wins, I’ll say “I told you so.” No, that is not cheating. It’s true.
The second point to understand is that it has not been an election from Jo-ho Biden’s side of the campaign. He has not been forced to answer anything about central questions in this election. Now he hides his real agenda like his years of corruption.
He gets to take a pass on questions and is given one by major media.
Drilling down, it is even harder to find out what exactly Joe really stands for besides wearing masks. Iggy and I can atest to it that, at least on the farm, masks are not the be-all end-all. They don’t fix all the problems by wearing them.
However, it is certainly hard to get down to what Joe will really do. He doesn’t want us to know. He wants it to be a blank slate, which is why he and his surrogates talk in platitudes like Demos usually do. But what does it mean in practice? Not much, it is just pie in the sky – lofty sounding rhetoric designed to make you feel good for about 2 seconds while they plot a way to screw you. That’s the DNC way.
So, it is much easier though to state what he is against rather than what he is for, which tells us more about what he would do than the lies he wants us to believe. If you thought Biden was a “moderate” then you haven’t been paying attention. He is another transformational candidate that talks more about transition than preserving sanity.
Behind the wacky ideas, think riots, violence, “protests.” And they have honed their skills for years without consequence or accountability.
The real Joe, then, is the against side of the ledger.
- Anti-fossil fuels
- Anti-law enforcement
- Anti-justice (in any conventional sense of it)
- Anti-electoral college
- Anti-working class
- Anti-2nd Amendment
- Anti-1st Amendment
- Antifa sympathizer and apologist.
- Anti-borders (and control of them)
- Anti-America (in most conventional senses)
Should you think that is a stretch, just examine his record and picks for VP with the rest.
Let’s add to this the Party factor. You do not build the most radical national party like the DNC without the intention of flexing your muscles, frequently. That was the whole purpose for its existence: to be the ugly, brown-shirt enforcement behind the radical agenda.
But that brings us to the most important point. Don’t tell people what you really support, it would scare the hell out of them. (Halloween move over) So pretend it is all about empathy, compassion, unity and identifying with people even while you don’t.
Contrast that with Trump, who actually has an agenda he can speak of. In 2016, he had a contract with America on all the promises he made. He is a long way to fulfilling them. No, dumb-dumb-Dems, you cannot use unfulfilled promises against Trump while concealing your entire agenda. He had/has a transparent agenda; he ran on it, then he stuck to it.
In view of all that, there really should be only one choice. It makes this election simple.
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