The Real Threats to Our Democracy

Conrad Black, after venting at Peggy Noonan for her felonious attack on conservatives, gives a rich description of the 2020 election problems.

While Noonan dismisses the election results but can’t condemn Republicans enough for Jan. 6th, she parrots the Left’s talking points so well she sounds like any Democrat.

The Real Threats to Our Democracy

Electoral shenanigans and the abdication of judicial responsibility are the real threats to our democracy. Let the audits proceed.
Conrad Black — June 14, 2021

In the Wall Street Journal of June 10, Peggy Noonan captured the kernel of the crisis of national division that afflicts America: Donald Trump and opposed perceptions of last year’s presidential election. Equitable person though Noonan is, she qualifies as a Trump-hater, whose invective against Trump has only escalated over time.

Noonan’s premise today is that any question about the 2016 presidential election is unfounded conspiracism, but that suspicion is growing, spread by “the Trump underworld—the operatives, grifters, and media figures around him . . . This lessens our faith in our systems . . . it leaves the GOP with an untreated cancer.” She holds that “QAnon is important” in propagating this fraud. She thinks that anyone who wasn’t appalled by the storming of the Capitol on January 6 has given up on democracy. Lingering concern about the fairness of the result is in itself an assault upon democracy. “The breaching of the Capitol happened because of a conspiracy theory: that the election was actually won by Mr. Trump but stolen from him by bad people.”

She makes no allowance for exactly the opposite view: that there is ample evidence that Trump was sandbagged in rigged voting and vote-counting in only six states, stonewalled by the courts, and defamed by a unanimous national political media: the courts couldn’t face overturning the election, and the media can’t accept the idea that it was a tainted election. I agree with her that “the only thing that can stop” (the cancer that supposedly afflicts the GOP, even if it is in fact benign righteousness) “is true facts independently developed and presented with respect and receipts.”

This is correct but the analysis of the causes of the current dangerous division in the country’s political life must start—not with the invasion of the Capitol, which has already been investigated and yields nothing damaging to Trump—but with a serious analysis of the election results in six states: Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. The election went off without a hint of a problem in 44 states. In the six states named there were changes to voting and vote-counting rules adopted supposedly to respond to the difficulties imposed by the pandemic and often in constitutionally questionable ways.

In addition to a large number of specific complaints by individual voters about the treatment of their own votes, there were 18 direct challenges to the constitutionality and integrity of the electoral process in those six states plus the case of the attorney general of Texas supported by 18 other states accusing the swing states of violating their constitutional pledge to assure fair presidential elections on such a scale that the result of the election was tainted. The judicial system declined to hear any of these cases for process reasons. It simply won’t do for the Noonan-unanimous media stonewall to say that Trump’s complaints were just sour grapes, examined and dismissed by impartial justice. Peggy Noonan knows better than I do about hundreds of thousands of votes arriving with lopsided Biden majorities in the middle of the night at Mark Zuckerberg’s drop boxes in Pennsylvania that were then immediately mixed with other ballots with no possibility of verification.

She knows that the Boland v. Raffensperger case over why the ballot rejection rate dropped in Georgia by 90 percent from 2018 wasn’t judged but was rejected because the party sued arguing that the Georgia Secretary of State was “an improper party.” The corresponding case in Michigan, Donald J. Trump For President Inc. v. Benson, alleging violations of state law by the failure to allow access by observers was not heard because it was only filed at 4 p.m. on November 4.

All America saw the videos of vote counters clapping as Republican observers were evicted and plywood was placed over the windows. The judge ruled Michigan’s secretary of state had no responsibility for monitoring drop boxes despite a recently adopted law requiring such surveillance. In Pennsylvania, Metcalfe v. Wolf alleged that anywhere from 144,000 to 288,000 completed mailed-in or absentee ballots may have been illegal based on testimony from a U.S. Postal Service contractor. The judge declined to hear the case because such a request was required to be filed within 20 days of the alleged violation (although, in fact, it appears to have made that deadline).

In Wisconsin, Trump v. Evers alleged extensive violations of state election laws including the issuance of a large number of absentee ballots without written applications, unauthorized filling-in of ballots by municipal clerks, lack of verification of the authenticity of large numbers of absentee ballots. Yet the Wisconsin Supreme Court in a divided decision found that the suit had to begin at the lowest course and proceed upwards, a material impossibility in the short deadlines allowed…../

More at American Greatness

 

Also see:

Guilt for January 6 Belongs With Those Most Eager to Condemn It

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George Will, Peggy Noonan, and other estimable friends bear a heavy responsibility in the disaster that has now been riveted on the backs of the American people and the world.

Biden’s America, Crazy As That Sounds

Welcome to Biden’s America. But upfront I have one simple question, when did hating America become cool? Another question is why?

We do know it is underway at some speed and the radical hate-America base is at the center of it. Biden’s America is in full bloom.

There is an open border invasion underway, economic factors including budgets and deficits are being broken far beyond anything we experienced. (we can’t even nail down a basic definition of infrastructure.)

Crime is rampant up by triple digits in many areas. Thousands of wealthy people had their private tax info exposed; war was declared against schools, energy, rights, history and culture. It is not a pretty picture.

The war on energy was kicked off the first day shutting down Keystone XL pipeline but it did not stop there. Now multiple secondary pipelines are in team Biden’s cross hairs, from N Dakota to Minnesota, to Wyoming. So pipelines are apparently like Lays potato chips, you can’t shut down just one. And shutdowns are becoming the norm.

Along with those leaked tax returns, Biden is adding 80 billion to IRS budget to hire and deploy 80,000 new agents to descend on the public. Lois Lerner eat your heart out! We can only guess at what that abuse and results will look like – or where they’ll end.

 

Corporations — in other words the private sector — are being commandeered, employed and weaponized by government against the public. These are the same people who detest the Citizens United decision, ironically. They fiercely want that decision overturned, along with Heller. Nevertheless, they are recruiting businesses to tow the radical left’s line by fear or jeer to do their political bidding.

Or, as Hitler said, he was not against people owning private property, just so they understand they are an agent of the state.

Meanwhile, the budget and debt crisis they are constructing will balloon the national debt to over 44 trillion dollars. For reference, before the pandemic hit the debt was at 17 trillion dollars. Biden’s debt spree is 8 times what Trump spent.

Biden will also attack any part of the economy which relies on fossil fuels. How can you grow and economy under that pressure? Oh, you can’t. Revealed in his budget analysis, they forecast about 1.9% growth for years out, which is stagnant. Those are optimistic projections. But if they call all their spending investment, then look at the return.

Next up they have gun rights and the second amendment in their cross hairs, too. A global corporate tax is in the works along with massive capital gains and tax hikes, which also will affect the poor and middle class. Inflation is about to make Jimmy Carter look good. And the military is being turned inside out to purge patriots.

 

The HR1 and S1 bills are drastically changing the entire political and electoral system. Dems feign complaints over state legislation to preserve the integrity of elections.

Yet we are less than 6 months into this radical anti-America agenda.

But let’s review: we never got answers or to the bottom of Hillary’s emails, Benghazi, the IRS targeting scandal, or the multifaceted 4-year coup against Trump. Flush and repeat.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

Border Metaphor




Only 48,00 families with children have been sent back across the border to Mexico. And even that low number seems to be ending with ACLU’s extortion lawsuit against US government to stop it all together.

Just see this article backgrounder: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/u-s-stops-flying-migrant-families-across-southern-border-states-amid-pressure-from-advocates/

So when liberals argue that the administration is expelling people back across the border, this is the number — or wasthe number. But now they are reducing even that to almost 0, under pressure from immigration advocacy groups like ACLU.

 

I’ve come to the conclusion that our open and broken southern border is the perfect metaphor for America. In about a year, we went from the glory days to the gory days.

Slo-Mo Joe Biden at the helm of this spiral to disaster compounds what is probably the worst that could happen in America, on all levels of measure.

There was a time when people checked themselves about whether they were being honest or too hard on Liberals’ objectives? No more. They deserve our disdain, and then some. They are even worse than the brochure claimed they were.

But worse than the metaphor of destruction, a mood has swept over the country not seen since Jimmy Carter. This makes the Carter malaise look like an amusement park. And the speed at which he is taking us down this horror ride is breathtaking. Is the point of this whole experience that no one is to survive?

Yet that southern border condition, or lack of, stands as the great metaphor of our country. As hard as Trump tried and did repair the problems, to the glee of most people in the country, Joe is hell bent on demolishing any trace of progress. It shall be as broken as our country is. In fact, he won’t even look or comment on the calamity. He just has Secretary Mayorkas run out to lie saying “the border is closed.”

The same thing will happen over the destruction of the country. They will come to the microphone and say ‘no, it is not…it is all safe and secure.’ With that, media will be happy and continue asking Joe what flavor of ice cream he is eating for the day?   What is it with leftists and ice cream, anyway?

There will be only one flavor of the US when they are done, destroyed. The border is the perfect metaphor of America. A picture is worth a thousand words. A la carte = a la done.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

Old Narratives Fade To Dark

Occasionally what happens in the world of political narratives is an old narrative gives up the ghost. That is what happened this week with at least two of them.

But narratives are popular and valued today in the press and media. They take on a life larger than their own. A collective of narratives can be valued even more. But those in prominent places don’t like them to go away easily. No, it takes a lot to boot a narrative, once firmly established, to the curb. Think of all the effort spent in creating them to begin with.

1) Suddenly Joe Biden abruptly shifts to call for a second intelligence look at the origin of COVID and, more  importantly, unpopular theories which recently “gained credibility”.(WaPo) That’s because major media has begun talking about a once taboo possibility of a lab leak in Wuhan China.

So Joey decides to redouble intelligence efforts on examining the cause scenarios. Order a 90-day review to report back the findings. Then decide.

2) The second is the old narrative of “Biden the moderate.” Anyone who still believes that one must have been sprinkled with magic dust. But it was the standard go to description. Joe has never been a moderate. So you have to ask which one is not true, Joe being a progressive(radical) or his near 50 years of Senate record? Actually, the latter record was the lie that he is some moderate deal-maker. That was all created en route to get where he is.

You think if he started off like Bernie he could have gotten here? He had to lie to get people to believe he was something he wasn’t in the first place. Create a fictional profile in order to run for president. It is much easier to believe that than believe he went full-blown progressive now, under pressure.

Now the fictional narrative of Biden crumbles to reveal he is and always was a radical progressive. He didn’t need nudging from Bernie or anyone. Could we think he would do all this stuff trying to create a great progressive “legacy” if he was not a progressive? But old narratives do not like to go away easily, and only if they must. This storybook about Joe simply outlived its usefulness. And anyone who thought or believed otherwise was not paying attention to Biden. (but then who would?)

There we have two vaulted narratives that fell flat on their faces recently And it is why media’s credibility is in the toilet. I only wish people would stop accepting these phony narratives before they become so big, then are weoponized. They might not be so dangerous then.

But for people who believed Joe was some roll-up-your-sleeves moderate, get help. Its over, Joey’s cover is blown to bits. There must have been lots of people who believed that in the election. And he never got the 80 million votes they say he did either. Maybe that narrative will finally crumble in the future, too? But they do hate to give up a good narrative, don’t they?

As to the evolving COVID cause cave-hanger:

Now even this bait and switch “second look-see” is only another narrative in the making. Custom made for twitching ears. A 90-day timetable would give China time to figure out and arrange gratuity to Biden Inc. He might as well send a telegraph request for money. “Dear, Beijing, thinking of you a lot lately.”

So create a narrative that we are seriously looking at the Wuhan lab cause. Have people think he is doing a great service, by committing yet another disservice to the country. Way to go, Joe. This doesn’t mean they admit the  truth about the lab leak cause, just that the original narrative is rendered dysfunctional.

The moral of that story is if you thought Joe sold out America before, then get ready for phase two. It is shaping up to be a doozey.  

But the old narratives never go away completely they just lose cred and fade.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

Screwed By Teachers’ Unions

Seriously, at what point do we finally hold teachers’ unions accountable for what they did? They are not exempt from the damages to our society — now or in the future.

But it is strange that any sort of real accountability seems to be fleeting these days, especially from the powerful. All you have to do is declare yourself (or organization) a voting bloc and you receive protected status against all accountability.

Teachers’ unions are no friends of America. They siphon the power away from the people, rendering the rest of us serfs and slaves to the political power.

 

It has finally come out that Randi Weingarten, president of American Federation of Teachers, directly lobbied the CDC to keep schools closed. And now we know that CDC listened to them and actually used their own words in its guidance.

When do unions get to set school policy? When do they get to set national health policy? It doesn’t matter when they did it. It was wrong and our government cannot be used as a long arm for teachers’ unions over the safety and welfare of our children or public.

 

Powerful teachers union influenced CDC on school reopenings, emails show

NY Post

The American Federation of Teachers lobbied the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on, and even suggested language for, the federal agency’s school-reopening guidance released in February.

The powerful teachers union’s full-court press preceded the federal agency putting the brakes on a full re-opening of in-person classrooms, emails between top CDC, AFT and White House officials show.

The emails were obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request by the conservative watchdog group Americans for Public Trust and provided to The Post.

The documents show a flurry of activity between CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky, her top advisors and union officials — with Biden brass being looped in at the White House — in the days before the highly-anticipated Feb. 12 announcement on school-reopening guidelines.

“Thank you again for Friday’s rich discussion about forthcoming CDC guidance and for your openness to the suggestions made by our president, Randi Weingarten, and the AFT,” wrote AFT senior director for health issues Kelly Trautner in a Feb 1 email — which described the union as the CDC’s “thought partner.”

“We were able to review a copy of the draft guidance document over the weekend and were able to provide some initial feedback to several staff this morning about possible ways to strengthen the document,” Trautner continued. “… We believe our experiences on the ground can inform and enrich thinking around what is practicable and prudent in future guidance documents.”

/…  The AFT also demanded special remote work concessions for teachers “who have documented high-risk conditions or who are at increased risk for … COVID-19,” and that similar arrangements should extend to “staff who have a household member” with similar risks. A lengthy provision for that made it into the text of the final guidance.

https://nypost.com/2021/05/01/teachers-union-collaborated-with-cdc-on-school-reopening-emails/

Who in the hell is running this country? I think we know. Time for some serious accountability. The Biden administration claims this is leading by science.  I know, let the Mexican cartels run our border and immigration policy, too. Right, they already are.  

Swamp Science

Biden’s Joint Session Redress

Well, was it really Joe Biden’s speech? He was pushing Bernie’s platform. You know, the most progressive (socialist) administration in history. But I will start with the end first, which is where Democrats always start.

Interesting that the first place Biden went after he delivered it was to see Bernice Sanders.

But if Biden’s goal was to make Bernie look good, he sure did. Joe told us about all these big spending ideas with big price tags. Then he says we will pay for it by making the rich pay their fair share. (as if they don’t.)

So to seal the deal, Obiden repeated that no one making less than 400k per year would see an increase in their taxes. Whether that is families or individuals is not clear.

Now remember Bernie debating Hillary in 2016 came right out and said the middle class would see their taxes go up substantially — average +6000 more than their current taxes were then.  And even lower income people too. But he said look at all the benefits they would get in return. So it would be worth it. That was Bernie’s deal.

But Biden did not make that pitch.

Delaware Joe either did not get that memo or forgot that part of the Bernie formula. Of course their taxes will have to be raised, too. Biden is just plain lying. At least Sanders admitted it when confronted about it. (that is common knowledge)

In reality, this wasn’t really a State of the Union or Joint Session Speech. It was a straight out solicitation to buy votes. Only it was not peppered with some flowery rhetoric like Democrats typically do. He just went directly out on the street corner to proposition them.

 

He would not talk about what he is really doing or the platform for it.

He claimed America is back…. to the systemically racist country we always were. Then he promises to build back better. Not a chicken but a racist in every pot.

Create a crisis on the border of historic proportions. Then ignore it completely as a non-issue. Then use it to blackmail the country for an amnesty plan.

Attack and run a court-packing scheme on the Supreme Court. Well, even worse than Obama standing up there attacking SCOTUS in his speech.

Calling half the country racists was classic, claiming they are worse than any present foreign threat. Demonize anyone who did not vote for him.

Killing good paying jobs with the stroke of a pen the first day. Killing jobs, jobs, jobs!

Canceling out political enemies or opposition to himself.

Turn the country into a seething mobocracy and then rant about democracy.

Enact gun control any way possible.

Hike taxes under the guise of the rich paying their fair share.

Take credit for the gains Trump built and vaccines he expedited. Now it is back to the business of crooked politics as usual. Swamp rules will be  in force.

But the vote-buying was uniquely bold and undeniable. He made clear his sole intention is to spend lots of money as the incentive for his purchase. He’s only 100 days in; can he carry on this purchase scheme for 4 years? What does he do when he runs out of money? The gig is up because that is all he knows how to do.

Interesting how he claims no rights are absolute. Then he claimed he is not going against the Constitution but only being reasonable. Now we know his definition of “reasonable.” That becomes the new code word for unconstitutional. Free speech gets the same.

He replaced Russian collaboration on every corner with White Supremacist threats everywhere across America. The citizens are now public enemy number one.

But what we really need is redress from Biden and the socialist Left.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

In-fra-structure

That sounds like some Greek fraternity. In reality, infrastructure as most people think it is pretty basic but does not include things like cross-gender studies or transgender education. Infrastructure is as infrastructure does. 

Only in Washington could they take something that is bipartisan and obvious and turn it into a hole to pour money into.

Both Democrats and Republicans have now put out a plan to address infrastructure. But Democrats seem to think it is anything they want.

Big spending has become a sacrosanct political opportunity.

My simple theorem is that the more big-spending they do the more lying and opportunities for it there are. It becomes an assault on truth.

I listened to some callers on Cspan about what is needed in their states relating to infrastructure. They varied but clearly the people interpret infrastructure as roads, bridges, electric grid, water and large projects related to basic needs. Liberals need to redefine terms as they go.

Can’t we, for once, stick to standard or traditional definitions? For instance, school lunches and changing diapers are not infrastructure. (and I don’t care how big a load an 8-month-old puts out daily.) Gender transitioning is not basic infrastructure.

Years ago I envisioned a truth in legislation act, which basically said bills should have to tell the truth about what it does. It has only gotten worse since then. Titles especially should reflect that notion. That definitely would not include re-imagined and redefined terms to suit ideology. Changing terms changes the purpose and intention. It ends up meaning anything.

Now Republicans have a bill focused on only real infrastructure. It has pay-fors in it instead of a blank big-spending bill. We’ll see where it goes. But there are no bridges to re-imagined terms in that one.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

Operation: Information Shutdown

What a difference from the last administration. After the press obsession with news then, Joe Biden suddenly has the luxury of a complete absence of coverage on his administration. Sure, press briefings occur, which only serve to further blot out anything which could be regarded as real news.

Obviously, the orders are out that real questions on issues are not welcome unless they have the certain White House-friendly perspective necessary.

H/T: A fellow friend of this blog had a piece weeks ago with thorough disgust at what is depicted on news aggregate sites. So I took a look at one he mentioned. Indeed, it is stunning the conclusions you can draw just from a simple gleaning.

The big story in 2021 – with our vast social media, tech, and media—is the black out of news and information, creating a giant information black hole. Even if a story of import arises, it gets little to no attention. That is considered satisfactory for the mainstream press. Only news gets coverage that they want reported. Nothing else. Who decides?

They have willing media helpers to make sure nothing gets the attention it deserves unless it is granted permission. What a way to run a country? What a way to run a free press.

However, as he noted in his piece, there are still stories running on anything to do with Trump. But another notable change is that any kind of celeb news, and you know how serial and crazy that can be, seems to have replaced any real news of significance. Anything but real news. Joy Behar, Jennifer Lopez, and Lebron James are flaunted as news jocks.

It is as if the clock was turned back to the seventies and all the press were furloughed, or sent on mission not to cover the news – anything but.

The syndicate Left wants no information flow on what is the most radical administration in modern times acting in secrecy by the most nontransparent standards. Keep the public in the dark on everything. Meanwhile, radical thugs and rioters chant in the streets, “this is what democracy looks like.”

The Orlwellian newspeak of what they do tell us is reminiscent of Russia or China. If they do not want you to know, then you can bet there is a good reason.

What a glaring contrast from the last administration. In your face arrogance on steroids.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

New Rules Of The Road

Familiarize yourself with these new de facto rules of the road under Biden’s administration. This is the latest iteration of the way things are going to be run under Biden.

Government will take or extract corporations’ money and call it “government investing.”

Democrats will tell corporations what political positions or opinions they need to have.

Corporations, this is not your government and these are not your allies in Congress or the Democrat Party; they are now your bosses. You submit nicely to their paradigm.

And you are so naive about it. It was so easy without even a whimper.

Caution Note: but no extra, sanctimonious rights or privileges come with those rules.

Shareholders Warning: you now have a new bottom line, what government tells you it is.

The bad news is people will most likely start treating you like an arm of the government.

So you wanted to be involved in politics? Well, who knew that was a business model?

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I thought I should add some needed pretext to what caused me to write this post. It’s very simple, if you don’t already know.

As soon as Georgia rolled out a bill with new laws over voting and elections, Democrats and activists in the black community jumped up with allies in media/press to oppose it.

Immediately, their media comrades like CNN ran point to put pressure on corporations and businesses to stand up to oppose the bill. Calling it suppression was not enough, they had to demonize, lie and distort every segment of the bill before people could hear about it.

Of course most Democrats did not even read the bill, they just followed the lead of the political hacks. Once lies and distortions take root, it is virtually impossible to undo.

Soon CNN had lines of black activists (read Marxists) empaneled on air calling for corporations to take up the opposition flag against Georgia. They demanded any businesses who did not stand up in solidarity with their Marxists mantra was subject to their wrath and the pain for it. Interpret the threats any way you want.

So Delta initially made a statement which, in their view, was not harsh enough toward it. Coca Cola followed the lead of radicals quickly. They were taking names of anyone who refused to adopt their agenda, calling for boycotts. What did businesses do? The jury is still out. Many, like Delta, have probably joined their radical efforts.

This is now democratization of businesses, as I have written about before, by people who have no skin or investment in those businesses. Radicals only use businesses politically as pawns against their political enemies. This is no longer free enterprise but corporate hijacking and extortion. Sadly, more are complying with the radical agenda demands.

Context complete.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

Broaden The Scope

Is it time to look at things more broadly? If all the emphasis has been on the never let a crisis go to waste, maybe it is time to examine the other side. I mean we have seen what they do with crises, created or not, imagine what they do when things are good?

If they can take advantage of crises, how much more can they extort good economic times? We are about to find out. It might surprise some that their extortion is a two-lane highway.

I don’t know how to prevent that from happening but it is a concern. The Socialists and Marxists will use anything to political and socioeconomic benefit they can, not only crises. For instance, we had the largest growth in the energy sector to become energy independent and what are they doing with that?

The Left cannot have that or allow us to be in that position. You would think that fact would make everyone happy but it doesn’t satisfy the Social Left. They hate it. They want to create problems so they can extort them, at least that has been their pattern.

But don’t underestimate how they can extort good circumstances as well. The Bible says beware of those who call good evil and evil good.  Maybe that is why they revert to their number one issue, race hustling. Or the inane ability to take something that is not a problem and make it the central theme or problem. Then manipulate it for maximum gain. Haven’t we been manipulated long enough?

Here is an observation. We’ve seen a great resilience in the economy. We were in boom before it but even despite the damage the pandemic and lock-downs have done. Sort of tells you what they can get away with, no? That message resonates with the Left.

My simple opinion is: Marxists think the economy is so thriving and times are so good – we are not in a world war nor in economic collapse .—that they believe they can do almost anything to it without consequence. In other words, now is the time to throw anything they at the wall. (they have been plotting for decades) 

So the good in the economy becomes the excuse for all their pipe dreams, despite the doom and gloom that they forecast. Now is the “opportunity” for their wackiest ideas, largely because they believe they can get away with them. Like we saw their craziest ideas in the campaign, now they can extend that in perpetuity because they can.

Here is my analogy for pandemic fever over the last year. They stole something valuable from you. (Call it whatever) Then they extort the theft over you and want to sell it back to you. “Remember how valuable it was?”[he he] So their solution to the whole problem is to write a check on your bank account, against your will, to pay for all their fantasies. But in the end, surprise, you still don’t get back what they took from you. Then you will be charged for whatever they gave to you, in lieu of what they stole from you.

These are not politicians but con artists.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

Plan A Rolling Into AA Nonstop

The Democrats plan is unfolding as of this minute, and the plot is becoming very clear to anyone following the script. As obvious as the clock is on the wall.

That is to ride out their authoritarian control over us, government and the economy using the rubric of COVID but then, when it fizzles out, to shift the same control (now expertise) over the country under another banner – think Climate Change and illegal invasion or any other suitable, created, self imposed crisis or cause du jour.

You don’t have to think hard on that one anymore, they made it clear: COVID is only a dress rehearsal. They always build on their failures. My guess is it will be bigger and more disastrous than even a pandemic was. Maybe a dual or trifecta purpose and cause celeb? So, in fact, this was only a trail run. Get ready for the “ripper and gripper” sequel.

Now that they got people conditioned and accustomed to hunkering down to make every personal sacrifice possible, even families, what is not possible to do to the country next?

Something Wicked this way comes.

But there can be no pause in between to allow return to some semblance of normalcy because there is no more normalcy. It is gone. That has already been demolished.

But sure, even in that scenario, there will still be some winners and losers. The power elite and political brokers will decide who those are too. Together with their new election schemes they see no limits. Why should they? Is there anyone there – or legal controlling authority — to stop or prevent them. They think not.

We aren’t just dealing with the loony Left and political power anymore; we are dealing with a cocktail of evil. Let’s dispel their major notion. science in not a significant factor in any of this. (it hasn’t been) Power and politics are everything. That defies science.

The only veto you have — maybe the only one you will ever get — is in not supporting the left in the midterms. People cried wolf before but now the wolf is telling us himself.

Oh, I don’t really want to believe what I just wrote but the rocks are crying out.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

Throwing Down The Gauntlet

In most major stories there is usually the good guys and the bad guys. Sometimes it is hard to tell which is which. In the past, things were simpler where those lines seemed clearly drawn. Not so now.

Today it feels more muddled and not just in the movies, where Hollywood likes to push those limitations to the max. Even intentionally confusing.

This is especially the case today in law enforcement. But still if you really look at the facts and examine it, you can tell which is which. Those lines are furthered blurred when you cannot give the benefit of doubt to one side.

So its possible you can have the old good cop bad cop routine. You can also have a good cop doing something nefarious, which doesn’t make sense. You could have a bad cop trying to do something that appears righteous, using unconventional means. Or you could have the bad cop doing the same acts that corrupt the system.

You could have a good cop not doing what he needs to do intervening. A good cop could be prevented from doing what is the right thing. Restrictions could make the right thing impossible. You have all these different scenarios outside the normal boundaries of law enforcement. But you also have cops themselves making judgments on right or wrong, with a potential for error.

Why say all this and point out these nuances? Because they become possibilities when it is not obvious who the good guy is in a situation. So it can be, or seem to be, confusing. I think people like clearer lines.

Put on top of that that we usually don’t get those kind of mitigating or condemning factors from press reports. It looks confusing at first glance.

That confusion is where a lot of things can happen, like public perception or outrage or where narratives form. Good can seem bad and bad can seem good. Wrong can be replaced by righteous motive. Right can be clouded by appearance of conspiracy. Right can be condemned for the wrong reasons.

We are human and make these judgments based on what we see and what we know at the time — which often matters. Our judgments are not prefect either. The facts can make it hard to decipher who is right or wrong?

The same thing plays out in politics. Who is right or, if both are wrong, who has the higher ground? Granted these are complex judgments but we are capable of making them, as long as we have the facts and evidence. But when we don’t have those, it makes it almost impossible to make correct conclusions. So a lot of things can hang out in the “I just don’t know” category. Those await more information for us to make those calls.

We can say it doesn’t look good or it doesn’t look bad on our first impressions, yet we just don’t know. Pending. A lot of things are pending where the jury is still out, as they say. Maybe that is a good place to be, or maybe that is not necessarily good. It all depends.

Why go through this rationale at all? Because at some point it matters in a lot of instances. Sometimes it is important and sort of requires fast conclusions where we are not able to render one. Sometimes it is important to take considerable time in making it. Thus, the rush to judgment.

Long for the days when you watched a movie when it was very obvious who was the good guy and who was the bad guy. It seemed to make things simpler. But it doesn’t seem that way today.

When you combine this with systemic problems in systems, it muddies those waters further. When there is corruption on the scale we’ve seen recently, it raises the complexity of a judgment call. While we still know that some things are obviously wrong, they are deliberately shrouded in a systemic pool of corruption to determine who is really at fault.

Remember the old line from Germans that they were only following orders. As if all these things were not enough, put on top of that historical precedents like corruption that never happened before. (never seen) Historical, unprecedented failures and corruption.

You have to use all this to preface the situation we are now in. Sure, we can have an election and get the result that some nefarious people/groups want, for their own purposes, but that doesn’t make it right or legit. It cannot legitimize the process.

Sure, we can have an investigation in search of a justification for the investigation. Sure, we can do an impeachment over things that are normal or legal to do, just because we are determined to have an impeachment.

Sure, we can fail to get answers to things, which were done collectively through the power of state, where no one can seem to be held responsible. Sure, we can have major failures of trust in our institutions then turn around to bestow more power on them, after they thoroughly abused their authority. But who is to stop these things from happening; who will prevent them?

So we can count on courts, those arbiters of the facts. But they are not always given the whole truth. What happens then? We can have faulty outcomes from those entrusted to be the guardrails for law and order.

At some point, we the people have to make our own judgments about all these things, and the consequences, but that process can get very messy. And the mileage varies.

It can get even messier when self-government is stood on its head. We were designed as a republic (if you can keep it) but are leaning toward mob rule – and not necessary a democratic mob. That is a mob which, at its heart, does not care about majority; doesn’t care who is right, doesn’t even care about the rules. It is entirely demand-based. It wants what it wants and it wants it now. It doesn’t care about deliberative, due process. It only wants to be satisfied, which by nature it can never be. It will always be wanting.

How is it that we the people have to deal with all these things and yet are expected to make the right decisions and judgments on everything? We are the guardians expected to keep that republic, but can we when its obstruction prevents that from happening?

We the people need to make some serious, life-affecting decisions. Can we save what is rightfully ours to save? Can we be depended on, by future posterity, to do the right thing given all these circumstances?

May God grant us the wisdom necessary.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

Comfortable Normalcy

Those who desire the comfort of normalcy have fooled themselves, and likely sold their hearts to slavery.

I think some Muckety-muck somewhere said that. Instead of worrying about the COVID virus, maybe we should start worrying about what Democrats have mutated into.

Mitt Romney put a tweet out days ago. See if you spot the devious flaw in it?

“Despite the differences Americans may have on matters of policy, we share the common goal of ensuring that America continues to be a beacon of hope and freedom for all.” — 10:01 AM · Jan 20, 2021

What pure gibberish. Beacon of hope — who cares about that? Freedom? The Democrats and Left don’t care about all that. It sounds nice but it is not true by any measure.

And there is nothing you can do to make these people care about our country. They only want to beat our heads over it as a useful tool. Other than as a weapon, it has no merit that America is an exceptional country. They compromised that away long ago.

Obama tried to drive the stake in the heart of that. Can we beat it idea into their heads? No, they have to willingly believe that. But it is obvious in everything they do.

They have lost any appreciation for America’s originalism and exceptionalism. Now they only want to be like everyone else. They prefer normalcy over exceptional.

So who in the hell is Romney kidding, and whom is he talking to?

In the first few days, O’Biden attacked and canceled out the 1776 Project. Why take issue with that? I think we know. Why stand against a pipeline now creating thousands of jobs and building the economy? I think we know. Why attach our progress in controlling the border by promising to open the borders? I think we know that too.

Why remove restrictions on foreign interference and equipment in our energy grid?

The National Pulse reported:

”President Biden has revoked a Trump-era executive order that sought to keep foreign countries and companies out of America’s bulk power systems – principally entities associated with the Chinese Communist Party – as part of his “Executive Order on Protecting Public Health and the Environment and Restoring Science to Tackle the Climate Crisis.”

“The executive order, which executes key tenets of President Biden’s climate change agenda, was released on the former Veep’s first day in office.” Read

Why would Biden do that?

Meanwhile, back at the Fed on December 7, they voted 6-0 to join forces with a scheming green Global cabal.

“Rather Than Focus on Helping the American Economy Prosper, The FED Joins Central Banks in ‘Greening’ the Financial Industry” — Gateway Pundit

“Now the FED is off on another insane journey which arguably has nothing to do with its mandate to the American people. The Hill reported on Dec. 15th:”

But you say, if these people had any appreciation for what America is, they have an awful strange way of showing it. Biden only has appreciation for what he can extort out of it,

As this continues, media is busy commending the brand new O’Biden administration for its return to normalcy. Dan Rather, after being exhumed from his dungeon as a defrocked journalist, says he is enjoying all the quiet comforts of it all.

“As I settle into a Saturday evening I breathe deeply, reflecting on how nice it feels to know that my sanity won’t be tied to the destructive whims of Mr. Twitchy Twitter Thumb.” — 8:59 PM · Jan 23, 2021

Dan, don’t let that security blanket bite you.

What is normal about cancelling restrictions on China and foreign interference with out power grid? Normalcy of open borders? Normalcy of opposing the 1776 Project? Take comfort in that normalcy. The normalcy of selling out America.

Oh, now they also attempt to impeach a president who is out of office.

But if you dare turn on the TV, you will be flooded with the verbiage about normalcy. Isn’t it great to be back in normal? So grab your Orwell and throw another log on the fire.

Ain’t Normalcy grand? I almost can’t wait to see where this normal train takes us next.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

Meaning Of Election Results

Here is a sort of philosophical question. Do elections mean different things to different sides of the isle? (I’ll use the customary ‘political isle’ though it is more like a canyon)

More precisely, do results of an election mean different things to different sides? I have to say yes. I already explored winning in the past – – each side claiming different meanings. But there are differences between sides in losing as well.

Neither side does losing very well. No one likes to lose. However, when the game is rigged it turns so-called “losing” into a philosophical game of concession. Make one admit loss.

In the case of this election, with fixed parameters in a rigged process, the idea of concession to a fixed game seems entirely pointless and out of the question. What does it mean then? It boils down to someone cheating another person out of an outcome. I think we have already established that happened. So what does that do for the concept of losing?

Well, besides hanging the world’s biggest asterisk over this election, it establishes doubt the results were really legit. But then nothing with Donald Trump’s presidency has been fair from the beginning. So why expect it now? I don’t think people did.

That frames a change in presidents in a whole new light. Put it another way, Democrats were not happy enough with a rigged election, but they want legitimacy. They also want to prevent Trump or anyone else from even contesting it. Prevent that and the whole process becomes a default selection, not a real election.

Now we come back to what is the meaning of election results if they were skewed, distorted, corrupted and then sanctioned by every authority as legitimate? What is that value? Well, it means the bar of “legitimacy” or legitimate just got a whole lot lower.

So are results of a corrupt election even important under those conditions? Everyone can make his or her own judgment on that. Mine is results really don’t matter. And no one can put legitimacy of the process back into the equation because it is done.

Then, the results turn into a stain. I guess that is where it ends. They are no longer legitimate results but a stain on our history. It makes the president presiding over that stain nothing more, and no more legitimate.

On the other side, they pretend the results were Constitutionally legit. They pretend some authority exists in that. So what they wanted from election results was an uncontested forfeiture to a flawed process. Absent that, they can only make assertions. Pretending is an art that works rather well for the Left.

So we have two different election results, not just interpretations of results, between two different sides. It means two sides have two entirely different meanings for results. Never the two shall meet.

The Left is particularly adept in spinning results of things. This time it is much more than simply spinning them. But they cannot put legitimacy back into the results.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2021

Come What May: DOJ Show And Tell

There was a popular song somewhere in the 80’s, “walk like an Egyptian.” It was all the rage but more than a song, it was a metaphor for the times.

In that vein, doing something I detest, I will think like a liberal. I know, it hurts me to say it and can be dangerous because no one needs to give them any ideas. Hopefully, I can land this 747 somewhere on the ball field. When they go low… we keep digging deeper.

I thought about special counsel Durham and possibility of a special counsel to Hunter Biden — or current lack of one. How might Democrats react to any bad news?

Well, we already know how they act to anything that is good news, even partia;ly good. If they have to take one good nugget out of something, they will monopolize that element. I have watched liberals so long; I almost know how they think.

So let’s suppose some bad details come out about what Comey and the coup team did in 2016. Any harsh details will be contrasted to the Mueller report. They will try to remain on their platform that the Crossfire Hurricane was a justified investigation.

Why would I know that? Comey, McCabe, Brennan and company dug in their heels everywhere saying they had to investigate it. I expect Dems will continue that story, having Democrats like Schiff bang that drum.

But the alternative is what else can they say? In the face of damning evidence, “oops?”

They can’t admit it was an egregious abuse of power. They can’t admit fabricating evidence to propel an investigation, They can’t admit doing Hillary;s bidding. They can’t admit to collaborating with Hillary, led by a foreign agent and Russian spies. They can’t admit the lengths they went, or were prepared to go, to make the preferred narrative fit.

By the way, have you noticed how with every explosive or incriminating story about the Left, or Deep State, media has this compulsion to plug in the Left’s talking points to explain it… or justify it? Then everyone defers to the Left’s explanation or narrative. That becomes the only “coverage” of the story.

But why can we not talk about or discuss a story without inserting the Left’s talking points? Who said that is the rule? The coup is only one glaring example.

So suppose things come together, miraculously, which point to the Lefts’ involvement, culpability and intent in cooking up the whole thing? Forget their narrative for a moment.

That would be nice. It could happen. Suppose evidence is so much and so obvious that the weight on the dam breaks? Suppose they decide to just throw much of the information out there because A) it doesn’t matter that much anymore or B) they cannot contain the bulk of it that has slipped out already.(and they want to move away from it)

So they make a conscious decision to tell us but in such a way knowing we can’t do anything about it now. The only thing left is to admit it, in part, but still adhere to the line that they didn’t really do anything wrong that was breaking the law.

Yes, this could all happen, maybe with slight variations to it.

But I expect how they would handle that would be the same basic strategy the Left employed before. That is not complete denial. It is more like the yes but defense. Yes, we did certain things but the reasoning is our excuse.

The reasoning for it goes something like this. But remember this is after they get caught with their hand in the cookie jar.

They might say well yes, but what was done was apparently not bad enough and actually did not harm or alter the presidency. See, even if this is all so, Trump has gone on to fill out his term, and did not seem be that affected from it all. (it does get absurd)

Think of it as a similar defense to the election and fraud. So what?

In fact, Trump actually proved that a president can still function effectively even if all this was opposed to him. No one deprived him of his duties, which he was able to carry out. So any harm to the president is being over blown. Frankly, we don’t see where the institution of the presidency was permanently harmed.

And just the fact that he went through this, even if it were all so, shows that the beautiful system works. We find out if there were errors or offenses committed and we move on. But Trump was never endangered or prevented from doing his job.

So this test proved that the system works, The presidency survived in tact and is preserved. The system dealt with it and we persevered just fine. This is what should happen, the way it should work. We investigate and act accordingly. The lesson is the system worked. It was stronger than what anyone tried to do, or anything Trump did.

I’m sorry of that sounds just like a liberal talking because those are the kinds of things they say. It is the “any defense theory.” Throw anything out there to defend the indefensible.

I know I have made some assumptions here, I know there are some what-ifs and maybe a little optimism that schemes will be exposed. Can you see where any of this is possible?

How much could happen we will find out. Hopefully we will.

They said that about election fraud, The fraud was not enough to have changed the result. Therefore the result mitigates the fraud that happened. It is not enough to matter.
Likewise, what they did in the coup was not enough to affect things so it doesn’t matter. They take the position it had no major effect, even if it led to a phony impeachment.

And the impeachment too showed the system worked. We are stronger now for having gone through it. This is the reasoning we are dealing with on the Left. They wil try to use the situation to mitigate what they did. Sort of like a third-grader arguing out of breaking the window. The damage is not irreparable so it doesn’t matter.

The same thing applied to Hillary’s emails. No harm no foul because nothing was affected by it. All they see is victimless crimes – if they are even crimes at all. (which is the next step) No one would prosecute it – the Comey defense. (done…. there that was easy)

Of course they will not admit the Russian Hoax sets the precedent for unfettered spying on a campaign. That doesn’t matter to them. All that matters is who controls the levers of power. As long as they do, anything is therefore permissible. But if they don’t control it, then anything is justified in returning power to their hands.

Sure, you can walk like an Egyptian but it is harder to act like a liberal.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

How Much Fraud Is Enough?

The Senate held hearings on the 2020 election with the underlying premise whether all the fraud and problems could have affected the outcome of the election?

Or to rephrase my question, how much fraud is too much?

The thrust of this is: only if the apparent fraud would have made a difference in the outcome is it a real problem. If not, it does not matter. So Democrats assert it was not too much fraud for their tolerance. Have some confidence in that? I don’t think so.

To make matters worse, you have two different sides saying two completely different things. On one side you have people claiming this was the most fair and secure election in history. On the other, people are saying it is the most fraud-plagued election with serious Constitutional issues ever. Of course both cannot be right.

The former assumption is so far off, no one could reasonably believe that.

Actually, to deny fraud took place is conspicuous enough. But to claim the election was fraud-free and perfect is so far from any rational logic and wreaks with deception.

Why do Democrats have to recoil back to the position that no fraud existed at all? Chuck Schumer now even dubs it our wonderful democracy. Schumer on the Senate Floor:

“When is this nonsense, so detrimental to our democracy, going to end? When? It’s already deeply irresponsible for my Republican colleagues, many of them, to stay silent about President Trump’s deliberate attempts to poison Americans’ faith in our elections.” /… [faith in elections??]

“So in conclusion, Chairman Johnson should call off this ridiculous charade of a Senate hearing, immediately. And if he won’t, Leader McConnell should intervene to ensure that the Committee does not indulge such quackery and conspiracy theories. And he should acknowledge the results of the elections and make clear it’s time to move on, just as he was happy to do so when the shoe was on the other foot. Doing otherwise will add fuel to the fire that is undermining faith in our wonderful democracy.

For four years they were not calling it wonderful or anything except at risk, insecure and in jeopardy. Now it is a paragon of legitimacy — not a shred of suspicion or criminality.

Our wonderful democracy“….after four years of attacking it at the core.

It is so disingenuous to deny the problems and fraud. So then Dems fall back on their other excuse that nothing shows the outcome would be different. Yet that is all around us.

Why should the qualifier of fraud be whether it was enough or not enough to change their results? The problems abound. Shouldn’t chronic fraud and problems be enough?

But how much fraud is enough is absolutely the wrong basis for election integrity, or our confidence in it. I’m not confident that America has a tolerance for election fraud.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

Hypocrisy Takes 2020 By Storm

Back early in the year, I declared this year would be the year of hypocrisy. Well, that may not be that big of a prediction. But I didn’t know what was going to happen, it was simply based on the trajectory of politics at the time. You could read those posts here and here.

Remember we were having the impeachment over a phone call and quid pro-quo Joe was only a glimmer on the political stage. But he had a quid pro-quo with Ukraine and boasted about it. Since then, it has been worse than anything I could have thought.

Hypocrisy is everywhere, from the gov in California to the Speaker of the House, to the results of the 2020 election. So hypocrisy reigned supreme in everything. It seems a safe bet in most any year to call it a year of hypocrisy. In September, I revised the prediction to the year of multi-tasking. That is sort of self-explanatory. Indeed the people were doing more than one thing and juggling many things at once. That was true too.

But then hypocrisy busted through the finish line with ease. Of course this is all only my opinion – as they say those can vary. The sheer hypocrisy this year should be evident.

Impeachment of a president when they themselves should have been impeached. With everything we found out, there was no way to hide all they had done to Trump or to the people. But here they were only impeaching a president they claimed was never legitimate anyway. And actually it was Joe Biden who had done exactly what they were accusing Trump of doing. Then came Nancy Pelosi devoutly tearing up the President’s speech in front of us. Supposedly denying his legitimacy. Though her credibility was shredded.

Yet at the very time they were doing this, a pandemic from hell was bearing down on the US. They poo-poohed it as a real threat. Pelosi and Health Dept officials in NY both took to public pronouncements that COVID was defacto DOA – dead on arrival — in the US.

Months later they switched rhetoric to the president was not doing enough to prevent it. Then they started the gloomy prognosticating on how bad it was, while blaming Trump. Incidentally, has anyone seen another country blame its leader for COVID_19?

There was also the Cuomo version of events. First he denied COVID was a problem outside a normal flu. Then he blamed Trump for everything as he himself enacted orders to send COVID into nursing homes. He went from blaming Trump to then arguing that the virus did not come from China, but from Europe. Anyone watching him give his daily briefings was curious what new thing he would say each day to contradict himself.

Cuomo refused to stop travel from NYC at the hiight of the virus, yet later on would swing to blocking people from coming to NYC. He demanded new hospitals be erected, including putting a ship in the harbor, but he never used them.

And of course one has to add that meanwhile dealing with the pandemic, Cuomo was writing a book on how well he dealt with the pandemic.But it should be called the definitive book of hypocrisy, by the defining hypocrite of the era.

On and on it has gone. Yes, hypocrisy is putting in a very strong finish to the year.

Before, election Democrats railed about post offices being a den of conspiracy against a fair election. They singled out the Post Master General. After election, what problems?
Democrats had scrutinized Dominion and its software as a threat to democracy. Now, what problem? Democrats said the only hope to end the virus was a vaccine. Now, on approval, it is not the be all end all. Maybe it should wait for Biden?

Then of course Democrat lawmakers issued their lockdown procedures, sometimes just before going out to violate the orders themselves. Then they feigned apologies that they are sorry. But are they? Austin’s mayor broadcasted lockdown orders from Mexico.

First they told us masks were unnecessary and even put you at risk. Now they demand you wear them. Vaccine was the bomb until it came out, then Democrats said they would refuse to take accept it because it came out under Trump.

They kept big box stores open but smaller businesses had to be shut or they pulled their business license. But they decided liquor stores could be essential businesses.

What they deemed essential or non-essential was entirely subjective. Then they said science was king, but none of the economy shutdown was science at all.

And let us not forget the Hydroxychloroquine fiasco. Usage of it was blocked. They said it could kill you. They managed to ban a cheap drug with promising, effective results. Then they called us conspiracy theorists.

The FDA said (6/15/20): “the known and potential benefits of CQ and HCQ no longer outweigh the known and potential risks for the authorized use.”

Of course one of the worst things was politicizing a pandemic that does not respect any politics. They told us the rights to protest were paramount over any lockdown restrictions. Millions of people marched in the streets while churches had to remain closed on orders from the state. Violators were heavily fined, even jailed. Meanwhile they set ‘no bail’ legislation for criminals, essentially turning them loose after arrest.

Violence even superseded any health restrictions. “Mostly peaceful protests” became a euphemism for riots, violence and looting for the year.

Police shootings or attacks were frequently ignored as individual incidents of police misconduct were panned across the country, 24/7. Abc said “police officers killed surge 28%” in 2020, “and some point to civil unrest and those looking to exploit it.”

And the answer for this phenomena and numbers of police attacks? Wait for it… abolish or defund the police. Some areas acted on these hypocritical demands to cut police funding.

But later on, Democrats claimed they did not want to defund the police as we said they did. They invented the term re-imagine police. They claimed Dems did not call for “defunding.”

Democrats said Donald J Trump was out to steal the election, then they proceeded to have the worst fraud-plagued election in history. All justified of course. Then they called it the smoothest election in modern history.

They even argued that fraud may have been present but it was not enough to change the results of the election. Excuse me, but that was the entire purpose for it. Enough?

Democrats wanted to employ the 25th amendment against Trump claiming he was not psychologically fit or capable of holding the office. But then along came Joe Biden, who they claimed would be the most competent president for America, excellently qualified.

Indeed Democrats spent four long, miserable years claiming Trump was illegitimate and that the election was rigged in favor of Trump. Then they proceeded to create the most rigged election in history from rule changes right through Election Day. But nothing to see here, people, it was a superb election. We were called conspiracists.

So now the candidate who did not campaign, staying in his basement bunker, happened to get more votes than any presidential candidate in history? 13 million more than Obama.

They claimed Antifa was not a threat, and Joe Biden declared it an idea – not an actual organization of terror and crime. So Pelosi said Trump and Republicans were “enemies of the state”  by scaring people from voting. Then the press ignored her outrageous claim  after they complained that Trump labeled press/media enemies of the people.

Let’s remember that Pelosi declined a 1.8 trillion dollar aid package offer. Then she accepted a 900 billion dollar package calling it a success because now we have a new president. She told a reporter that the earlier negotiation was not a failure, on her part, but is why they got here. So getting a new president was her real objective? Pelosi got a professional blowout in a closed salon, then said she was set up by the owner.

Yes, after years of not accepting Hillary’s failure, media demands Trump accept the fraud election. Then they have the nerve to say that no time in history was there ever a president and election labeled illegitimate. (David Gergen fielded that whopper on CNN)

But just add another that Democrats wanted the entire economy to be shut down by executive action. Then they claimed that Trump ruined the economy. They demanded presidential action, then they claimed states rights. But later they claimed Trump failed to issue a federal mandate. Cuomo threatened a federal mandate would incite civil war.

There was so much more that could be said about this stellar year of hypocrisy.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

Dear Diary

[0600] Sorry, I haven’t written in some time. Well, it’s been so hectic and all. There has been a lack any good news, since I know you’d much rather hear good news. It’s just there hasn’t been any. Remember we always say ‘regnad’ for warning….

And it may be a while till I write again as work camps are going to start up in a few months. That’s how they’ll be rounding people up by communications. You know their capabilities on that. (NSC) Surveillance-R-US.

Oh, we are in a pandemic too. Remember how we always debated about that before? We finally have one. And wow are they politicizing it every way to Sunday.

In fact, the left even had a campaign election all based on the pandemic and politics of it. Upstaged a pandemic, believe that? Can you guess how that ended? Well, even a pandemic could not keep them from rigging an election. So perception is reality to radicals. Anyway, they got their wish, they worked hard enough at it.

Funny how for four years all we heard about is attacks on our democracy and tainted election results. I’ll be damned, they finally found a way to have the same troll bots they bitch about on social media vote in elections. Not a great situation now.

Even though the prez got 12 million more votes than the last time, no dice, not enough to outnumber the bots and fraud. Those Russians would laugh at that . These radicals are almost better at running a narrative on the public than Russians. People hear the shit and don’t know what to think. They know how to muddy up the water.

Word is the same law firm for Hillary’s campaign, Pukin, is now defending this sham election. Guess they’re out of the dossier business for now. Probably contracting for Deep State too.

You know how the Left always controlled the media complex. Media consolidated with the Big tech and left too. What a merger spawned in hell. Anyway that has been the worst part, hearing all the lies propagated all the time. I got their climate change right here. And their ignorance techniques at corruption are stunning.

Soon you won’t be able to believe a damn word in the airwaves unless it comes out of a Resistance patch line. Few of them still around.

Surprise, no interest in looking at all that happened in the extended election. All smooth as silk, they say. For who? Don’t make be laugh. From the Susquehanna to the Monongahela in PA they finally know the truth, but it seems not a damn thing they can do about. Russians had nothing on this pack of rabid commies.

All this was entirely predictable though. Forewarnings were everywhere. We knew what they’d do. Trump kept telling anyone who would listen. Oh right, the guy from his campaign bunker in MD that could not campaign, happened to get got over 12 million more votes than Barry did? No questions asked. What fraud, they ask?

But the real resistance to it survives and thrives; they can’t take that away. They may get a few of us but they can’t get us all.

So I don’t know how many more entries you’ll get from me in the next 6 months, Looks like the S will HTF in DC the third week in January. The progressives – what a name for a bunch of retrogressive commies – aim to lay siege on the capitol and who knows how fast they’ll move to crack down?

The same social media comrades are screaming for camps and reeducation to begin. Well, most of em don’t believe in reeducation – not that they believed much in real education either. They have a final solution in mind and don’t mind saying so. But camps will do at least to satisfy their foaming mouths.

A sad sight it will be. Don’t know yet if Old Glory will still fly above the White House when they get their way. I mean, what difference at this point does it make to them?

The Comrades stalled off their last riots planned for after election. So there is one in the Left’s breach, just waiting to erupt in synergy. You know their forte for fire and looting. They can’t go long without lighting up something and threatening anyone.

So we’re all wondering if this is really what the end of the Republic looks like? There’s not a lot of optimism. These commies got their fervor cranked up. Wrath of the Left.

I can’t even tell other people what do. Guess they have to figure that out with the rest of us. You’d think progs would have tried to keep that election lie alive for next time. Actually I don’t think they care anymore. This was the finale.

A few of the notorious commies on MSNBS announced that all the incoming regime should have it stamped on their forehead – and don’t think it was hyperbole – that “deficits don’t matter!” (Extra emphasis) So this is their doctrine of operation? I’m guessing so. You know how sometimes they tell you straight out.

The printing presses won’t be able to keep up with them.

I’ll try to fill you in with an update in a few weeks. I hate to keep you waiting. But ain’t much good news to report. It’s all bad. So the pandemic turned into just another excuse, or opportunity as they call it, for another run on the will of the people.

Not pretty at all.

You take care old friend and keep your head down, this is going to get ugly. Keep praying for us out there. He’s all that hears us now.

My best, that’s all I got.

PS: Looks like the old guard Deep State is running the whole shit show now.

Vive la US,… or what’s left of her now!

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

Good vs. Evil

In 2020, the age-old debate over good versus evil still rages on. Or should that be battle? But is there any way to score the current landscape?

To judge the levels of which is winning or losing, I have a simple test.

What is the amount or saturation level of evil in society? Start by asking a question: what is the cost of doing the right thing? The answer is a good indication of the level of evil.

Ideally it used to be doing the right thing because it was the right thing to do, was just the rule. It was appreciated or even praised. And that was it. But that has changed.

It can be more complex these days.

Now doing the right thing can have consequences. There can be penalties. Sometimes one pays a stiff price for doing the right thing. Not always. Well, it could even be a heavy price at times. If you think about it realistically, you can see those areas.

So I think that cost is directly relative to the amount of evil there is. Not to oversimplify it; I’m not saying that is a hard rule in all situations but in general.

You could take that to another level with the amount of good or evil in the public sector. Consider what Trump tried to do. Consider the amount of resistance, by Resisters, to give you an idea what I mean. There is certainly a lot of resistance..

Then look at the resistance or cost inflicted by Antifa or BLM protestors in riots or looting. It drives the cost of doing the right thing higher. Look at the ability of cops to prevent it.

Look at how many cops were murdered for just doing their job. So I think all that, and the tally of the cost, is a reasonable indicator to the saturation level of evil there.

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