Our Elections

Are our elections legitimate?

It depends which ones you’re talking about.

If you mean the ones for dogcatcher and your local representative, yes, I think they are.

If you’re talking about presidential elections and elections for senator and governor, I would say that the significant races are not legitimate.

Let’s just say that if the power elite want a certain person in power, they will move heaven and earth to achieve that result.

That doesn’t mean that they will always prevail; but it does mean that they will try to rig the election.

I don’t know why this should be a surprise to Americans as elections have been rigged for centuries now, not only here in the United States, but abroad as well.

Napoleon and his brothers rigged plebiscites in France in the early 1800s. They wouldn’t even bother to use numbers that would indicate legitimacy. They would use rounded numbers such as 16 million to 4 million.

Now, that’s audacity.

Unfortunately, in the United States we have a ruling power elite that insists on prosecuting this Frank Capra mirage of honesty upon our presidential elections.

Many Americans are happy to live in this fantasy world despite evidence to the contrary.

There is no convincing true believers that the election of Joe Biden in 2020 was illegitimate just as there is no convincing true believers that the election of George Bush in 2000 was illegitimate.

The myth of election integrity is a vital part of our American culture now.

The ruling elites need you to believe in this myth so that they can continue their policies which enrich them and impoverish you.

Numerous examples abound. Look at the problems around you.

Better yet, look at what isn’t around you.

Where is high-speed rail that can safely take you to another city 250 miles away in one to two hours? Wouldn’t that be a lot more convenient for you in the age of Uber and Lyft? Wouldn’t it be better for you to save all that mileage on your car while taking the train, and then taking an Uber when you get there?

That’s one example. I’m sure you can think of more than a few off the top of your head.

Where is the economy that makes its own useful things for its own citizens? Instead we are given a war economy which makes things to be used for killing other people in far away places like Yemen and Ukraine.

Why is that?

Why can we not fix homelessness? You know, of course, that homelessness is a racket now. Yes, that’s right. Most of the federal money that goes to fix homelessness largely goes not to the people who need it, but to the hucksters who profit off the homeless. Those would be the slumlords who kick out long term renters and convert their units to $100 a night bonanzas.

A real solution would entail preventing homelessness by giving people real opportunities with well-paying jobs. But, you see, that doesn’t profit the power elite who profit off misery, thus they will never undertake measures to help you.

A legitimate electoral system will never be a panacea to fixing our problems, but it is a step in the right direction.

There is no reason why we cannot have a secure electronic method of voting which includes a reasonable method of secure identification.

My various banks over the years have not made a mistake by even as much as a penny in over fifty years, so why isn’t that possible in our elections?

It’s isn’t possible because the ruling elite don’t trust you.

They think you are a bunch of schmucks who are too stupid to understand basic issues.

To a certain extent that may be true; there are a lot of stupid people out there. But, there are a lot of smart people out there too who don’t get any opportunity to express themselves except through an election.

An illegitimate election process disenfranchises them.

A legitimate election process is a threat to the ruling elite who are focused on money-making rackets such as war, welfare, and the prison industry rather than your welfare.

What would a legitimate election process look like?

It would not only involve electronic identification of voters but also a decentralization of the electoral process in the manner that our Founding Fathers had envisioned.

Our Founding Fathers weren’t stupid, you know. They weren’t born yesterday and dried under a leaf. They had a lot of experience with elections and corruption, and they knew a thing or two.

They devised a system that has been gradually transformed over the past two centuries. Your senators are not elected in the manner that the Founding Fathers had intended. That was all changed with the 17th amendment. That was a mistake.

Under the old system, your US Senators were chosen by your state legislature, not by direct vote. While it may seem to be an improvement to have you choose your US Senator, it really is not. It really works to your disadvantage. In several ways.

  1. Your state representative, who you can know, knows the global issues of your state better than you do. Your US senator is supposed to represent the interests of the state in which you live, not what the national conversation is on abortion or homelessness. Does this make sense? Under direct vote by citizen, the national media can pivot the election of the senator on national issues – not local issues more relevant to you. Under direct vote by citizen, your senator becomes a viceroy from Washington – which is what the power elite desire.
  2. You can easily know your state representative who in turn will know the senator who will represent you in Washington. Thus you are one person removed from knowing a senator – which is pretty good. You can then know the guy who knows the guy. Currently, you don’t know your senator; your senator doesn’t know you. Furthermore your senator doesn’t have the time for you because you are one amongst millions. Your senator currently has more time for Hollywood celebrities and leaders of corporations who he or she assumes represents you.

It’s no coincidence that America has become a centralized war-making machine since the 17th amendment was adopted. If we are to return it to a decent republic that 17th amendment needs to be modified or repealed.

The argument for the 17th amendment was that US senators were chosen in smoke-filled rooms, and that, because of political conflict, some US senator weren’t seated at all. My response to that would be the following: Yes, senator were chosen in smoke-filled rooms, but it was your smoke-filled room with representatives that you selected. It’s far better for it to be your smoke-filled room than Washington’s smoke-filled room. As for US senators not being seated at all, a simple tie-breaker methodology could fix that. It would be far better to have a coin flip to elect a US senator than to adopt the 17th amendment which has given us this dysphoric war economy that we now live under.

Likewise the presidential election was changed also. You the citizen as originally intended did not vote for president; that was done by members of Congress – which was the superior way, because, again, they know the issues better, and secondly, because you can know the guy who knows the guy. With direct vote, it’s virtually impossible for you to know the president. With direct vote, the president is elected by the media, controlled by the power elite, who are only too happy to chaperone you into the cattle pens of opinion that they desire. Additionally, the presidential campaign becomes a joke, a silly contest of one-liners and tearjerker rejoinders.

It would be far better, and cheaper, to have our president chosen by members of Congress than by us. Do you see why? You will know the guy, who knows the guy who elects the president. The presidents in turn will know the guy who knows the guy who knows you. When you know someone they are more responsive to you because they know who butters their bread.

You aren’t getting that now. What you’re getting now are senators and presidents who are too far removed from you.

An electoral system of indirect election of senators and presidents is the superior model. That combined with rational and reasonable secure voting should make for a better life for Americans.

Copyright 2022 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

A Different Political Party

How about if you and I start a political party. But this will be a different type of political party.

We won’t have any formal organization which collects money.

No one will sit on a platform above us.

Nobody will be the leader.

Nobody will be in it for the money.

There will be no complex political platform.

No awards will be given out.

Nobody’s picture will be put on display.

Regular people will be listened to.

Flexibility will be built into the system so that intelligence can prevail.

What would that political party look like?

What can we agree upon?

Let’s start with some basic principles, and we will only select three of them so that we can remember them. After we develop these principles, we will give them a catchy name so that we can remember them.

Then we will give the party a name that makes sense.

A few days ago I was thinking of the name Lincoln Christian Party, or Christian Lincoln Party.

Of course, you wouldn’t have to be a formal Christian to join it; you would just have to recognize that Christ’s principles do have value.

You can be a Jew if you want. You can be a Muslim if you want. You can even pray to a tree stump.

You only need to accept that somebody, somewhere articulated these principles that we know today as Christianity.

You don’t even have to accept the resurrection.

This of course would go contrary to our elites who are working 24/7/52 to ensure that Christ is a speed bump in history.

With that stated, what would our guiding principles be? And we can only develop three.

What would be the three most important principles?

In developing these principles, we are striving to develop principles that will utterly defeat Corporate America, stop Corporate America in its tracks.

The first principal would undoubtedly have to be tolerance.

What’s needed badly in society today is tolerance that has been lost on both the right and the left.

We need to be able to tolerate each other’s differences and imperfections.

Tolerance invites respect.

Intolerance invites divisiveness, rage, and rioting.

Corporate America fosters all of these negative attributes.

Tolerance defeated the Roman empire; tolerance will defeat the American empire.

What would be the second attribute of our new party?

How about honesty in celebration of Honest Abe.

Honest Abe was smart enough to know that honesty is the best policy even if it hurts you in the short run.

Wouldn’t it be refreshing to have politicians who told people the truth?

Wouldn’t it be refreshing if politicians said: We are fighting this war for oil?

Wouldn’t it be refreshing if politicians said: We are in Southeast Asia for cheap labor?

Wouldn’t it be refreshing if politicians said: The civil rights movement exists not to help black people but to empower the political class?

Of course, they don’t say this. That’s the point.

When you bind yourself to honesty, you don’t engage in malfeasance because you do have to engage in honesty.

If we placed a premium on honesty and booted politicians out of the party when they were dishonest, then the government would become more honest.

But we don’t do that. We don’t do that because we fool ourselves that it’s okay to lie for short term gain.

It’s not.

What would be the third pillar of our party?

Transparency.

No secret meetings.

No need to know basis.

If we need to hide things, we probably shouldn’t be engaged in that activity in the first place.

Lack of transparency is what promotes the cloak of corruption.

When transparency exists, when the light can shine through, the cockroaches scurry for the floorboards.

Transparency is not an event which comes later after events have happened; transparency is built into the system in order to prevent corruption.

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

So there you have it.

Tolerance, honesty, transparency.

Those are three pretty good principles to begin with.

If we can’t make things better with those three principles, if we can’t get our act together with those three attributes, then what’s the point of cluttering up our message with other principles.

Tolerance, honesty, transparency.

THT.

Now imagine if we had a government that practiced those principles.

If you want we could make it TTT.

Tolerance, truth, transparency.

If our politicians don’t practice it, we boot them out of the party. We refuse to vote for them no matter what their political position is.

Process is everything.

If the process is bad, the results will be bad.

It’s better to have a politician who abides by the correct process even if he differs from you politically than it is to have a politician who advocates your position but behaves in a manner that violates tolerance, truth, transparency.

Process is everything.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2021 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

Rob Manfred, Puppet

Well, I knew Rob Manfred, being a Harvard graduate, would ruin baseball. I just thought it would take him longer than this.

There’s no place for politics in sports.

None.

Apparently Rob Manfred, the dopey commissioner of MLB, doesn’t think so.

Rob Manfred, as you may know, recently made the decision to move the MLB All-Star game out of Atlanta because he and his elites don’t approve of the Georgia voting law.

Well, who gives a fuck what Rob Manfred thinks of the Georgia voting law?

And why is the Georgia voting law any of Rob Manfred’s business?

Indeed why does Major League Baseball care about the Georgia voting law?

Does Major League Baseball care about any of the other various policies in various states across the nation?

Should they?

It’s not Major League Baseball‘s job to care about how any state conducts its business or its voting practice.

It’s not Rob Manfred’s job either.

We have elected leaders to do that. Do you remember that quaint concept known as representative democracy?

Are we to replace that now with the whims of corporate titans who are now either controlled or heavily influenced by a politically correct Harvard University?

Make no mistake about it, Harvard is behind this.

Harvard leads the way.

Do you know what Major League Baseball‘s job is?

Ticket on the clue train: it’s not to follow Harvard..

Its job is to entertain us.

Its job is to relieve us from the pressures of daily life for three short hours.

Major League Baseball‘s job is not to cause us more pain.

Major League Baseball‘s job is not to raise our consciousness.

Our consciousness is raised enough already.

We already live in a world of shit.

We already know how the real world works.

We don’t need a motherfucker like Rob Manfred to tell us how horrible the world is.

We already know.

But, what else could you expect from a Harvard graduate?

If you ever needed any proof that Harvard University is controlling the strings, that Harvard University is the master puppet master in re-engineering our society, you just got a lesson in it yesterday, when Rob “Motherfucker” Manfred, Harvard graduate, decided to enter the world of politics.

Baseball is finished.

Thank you Harvard University.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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The Blowhard

Since the big blowhard showed up at CPAC I thought it would be best to devote a whole column to his performance.

Trump stood up there and once again stated that the election was rigged.

Hence my letter to him:

Dear President No-Game,

If you believe that the election was rigged, why don’t you do something about it?

Why don’t you lead a full-blown insurrection against the government of the United States of America?

You certainly have the megaphone.

You certainly have the followers.

Why wait?

What’s the problem?

What are you waiting for?

Shouldn’t you strike while the iron is hot?

If you believe that the election is rigged against you, how will waiting four years help?

What will change in the next four years that will make the election process any more legitimate?

Have you heard of any fixes being put in place which will prevent election fraud in the future?

Have you heard the Democrats talk about any initiatives like this?

No, you haven’t because the Democrats think that the election was fair.

It’s reasonable therefore to conclude that we will have the same election process in place in four years.

Well, if you got screwed out of the election this time around, why won’t you get screwed the next time around?

If you can accept that, then why wait, Mr. President?

What the fuck are you waiting for?

Why don’t you put your money where your mouth is?

Don’t you care about all the people who were arrested in the insurrection that you encouraged on January 6?

Don’t you care about Ashli Babbitt who died at the Capitol insurrection on January 6 fighting for a cause which you encouraged?

Or is it just a big game you are playing with us, Mr. President?

Isn’t that what’s really going on?

Aren’t you really just a tool of Corporate America to keep the same mindless left versus right game going while the corporate elites, your benefactors, steal from us through foreign wars financed by a compliant Federal Reserve?

Isn’t that what’s really going on?

Aren’t you nothing more than a big fake?

Isn’t that why you showed up at CPAC, to keep the con going, to keep people hoping for a savior that will never come?

Aren’t you ashamed of yourself?

You don’t really care, do you?

You’re just another low-life pagan thug, like your buddy, Jeffrey Epstein, aren’t you?

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2021 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

Impeachment Farce

For those of you who are Biden supporters and who are into this impeachment extravaganza, calm yourself.

Try not to let that erection or orgasm get out of control.

Nothing will happen to Trump.

He will get off.

He’s not going to be convicted at all.

And the reason he’s not going to be convicted is because he was a good little boy during his four years and did absolutely nothing.

He accomplished precisely what Corporate America wanted him to accomplish – nada.

Healthcare reform: nothing. Ending the foreign wars: nothing. Building the wall: nothing. Holding Hillary accountable: nothing. Pardoning Julian Assange: nothing.

Hey what about that infrastructure idea he had? Didn’t he say he was going to rebuild the infrastructure? He did say that. Result: nothing.

Trump was set up to discredit populist conservatives.

He spent four years saying crazy stuff and promising all sorts of things which he did not deliver on.

The ultimate insult to conservatives was this foolish QAnon conspiracy.

The concept of QAnon was ludicrous in the first place.

The idea that there was a secret insider at a high level within the government who was revealing what was going to happen, and yet no one at the White House could discover this individual’s identity, was nonstop ridiculous.

The idea that there was an all knowing, mystery insider who knew what was going to happen, yet the FBI could not track this individual down, was beyond stupid.

So our government has all the technology in the world to track down hackers across the globe, but they can’t discover the identity of a clown who posts to 4Chan?

Please.

Trump did nothing to put down this ridiculousness because he was told not to put down this ridiculousness.

He did exactly what Corporate America told him to do, and no doubt Corporate America will reward him with a vast fortune far exceeding what he was ever able to gain on his own.

Corporate America bailed Trump out every time he had a bankruptcy.

They are bailing him out now.

Trump was as connected as can be. It was Corporate America who put him on television. It was Corporate America who gave him book deals. It was Corporate America who made him President.

The joke is not only on Trump supporters, but Biden supporters as well.

You see, politics today is nothing more than a giant scripted pro wrestling match.

I’m sorry for delivering the truth. We don’t live in a decent republic in which people legitimately vote in their leaders.

Our democracy is a sham.

You Biden supporters no more elected Trump then conservatives elected Trump back in 2016, or Bush in 2000.

It was CNN who got Trump elected back in 2016 by constantly putting him on the air, constantly talking about him to the exclusion of other candidates.

All CNN had to do was not say a word and Trump never would’ve had the legs to get elected.

Similarly, it was Sean Hannity who kept the Russian narrative alive for four years. He wouldn’t stop talking about it.

Had he not discussed it, the steam would have evaporated from that flimsy lie.

It takes two to tango, and if one of the partners doesn’t want to dance, the dance doesn’t get danced.

Both CNN and Fox News are tools of the same corporate elite who keep phony narratives going.

Both networks will talk about this impeachment trial nonstop, and at the end Trump will get off.

Do you know why he’ll get off?

He’ll get off because Corporate America still needs Donald Trump to fool conservatives, to keep them hoping for a savior, a savior who did nothing for them.

If Trump were out of the mix, why conservatives might reach out for a sane, responsible leader.

Oh, the horror.

That option the elites will never permit.

So they give you entertainment, a totally bogus affair.

The illusion of a fair and legitimate system is extremely important to the elites.

The very last thing they want is you understanding in your bones that the system is rigged against you.

Ah, but it is.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2021 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

Elections, Judges and Persuasion

Many people on the left reasonably ask how there can be election fraud when so many Trump appointed judges rejected the claims of election fraud.

This seems like a reasonable question, so I will give you a reasonable answer.

These judges rejected the claims because they did not want to buck the tide.

They did not want to see their careers end.

Only Supreme Court justices have lifetime appointments. But even they can be influenced.

No one is immune from being influenced.

We are people, not machines, and people have weaknesses.

Not only do we have weaknesses, our family members have weaknesses.

We break down, and many times through no fault of our own we get into a predicament.

We either have a problem ourselves, or our family member has a problem.

This might be a money problem, a sexual problem, a drug problem or a legal predicament.

Naturally, we would like this problem to go away.

This problem will go away quicker if Corporate America makes it go away.

Corporate America through its thug agency the SD – er CIA – has a lot of money.

Corporate America also has an agenda.

If you are a lowly judge in a small county, and you are the fly in the ointment, the guy who is standing in the way of Corporate America and what they desire for the affairs of this nation, you are in a lonely spot.

You are small, and they are big.

Corporate America is going to put pressure upon you.

They can either do it personally or through the friendly advice of one of your friends who they have already corrupted.

Now, they aren’t going to put $100,000 in your freezer; nobody does that anymore.

They are going to sit down and convince you that it’s best for you to go along.

They’re going to explain to you what I am explaining to you now, that there is going to come a day when you’re going to need your problems solved.

They may even choose to create problems for you.

Or they may remind you that people who play ball get lobbying positions and seats on corporate boards that pay a lot of money.

Now, it may be that you have a cocaine addiction; or it might be that you were a rabble-rouser in college and forced yourself upon a woman.

Or your child may have gambling debts.

Perhaps your family member is sick with cancer and has drained your bank account.

Corporate America can make all these problems go away.

That’s why all these judges rejected the various claims of election fraud.

It’s not hard to do.

And it is done.

And it was done.

The decision by the judges to reject the evidence put before them does not make election fraud go away.

A man who turns his back as a crime is taking place does not make the crime go away.

The evidence for election fraud lies within the testimony of the people who witnessed the crime.

Those citizens chose not to look away.

If we do, then we are only fooling ourselves.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2021 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

Im Not Unhappy

Im not unhappy at all that these insurrectionists attacked the Capitol building yesterday.

I am quite glad they did.

Hopefully they sent a message to the knuckleheads in Congress and the prevaricators in the media.

Of course I am probably expecting too much, but there is always hope.

The mainstream media will of course lie their asses off and demean and besmirch the insurrectionists, but who cares?

The main stream media, the admirers of Joseph Goebbels that they are, cannot change reality.

And the reality is that there are a lot of intelligent people out there who support what these insurrectionists did.

The insurrectionists attacked the Capitol building because the dimwitted, cowardly John Roberts would not give them legal recourse.

The insurrectionists attacked the Capitol building because the dimwitted, cowardly Mike Pence would not give them legal recourse.

These boobs in Federal Land just dont get it. They operate at the pleasure of the people.

The people are their employers.

And if the men and women in Congress do not respond to the needs of the people, in time people will take matters into their own hands.

Life is a big hockey game.

If the referee does not call the game fairly, in time the players will take matters into their own hands.

This seems obvious to most people.

Here is the take-home message from my one political science course in college.

Our professor taught us that it did not matter what form of government was in place – be it theocracy, monarchy, democracy, dictatorship; if the leaders did not respond to the needs of the people, in time that leadership, that government would be overthrown.

So will it be with these poor leaders in Congress.

After the insurrection yesterday, I was appalled.

I was not appalled at the insurrectionists.

I was appalled to see Mitch McConnell carry on as if nothing had happened.

That man, Mitch McConnell, just didnt get it.

He was and still is as clueless as can be.

He is as clueless as were Marie Antoinette and King Louis XVI when they were being carted off to the guillotine.

This insurrection will be the beginning of the end for our leaders if they do not respond to the needs of the people.

If the leaders carry on as if this last election was legitimate, in time the people will take them out.

That is exactly what they deserve.

These self-serving dunderheads have fucked the American people for the last 50 years, and yesterday they only got a small taste of a comeuppance they so richly deserve.

Carry-on insurrectionists.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2021 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

Secession

Seccession is all the talk right now. You hear it on Glenn Beck’s show; you read it it on the Internet.

What should be done?

It’s a serious business, made more serious by the weak Supreme Court justices who didn’t have the spine to take up a legitimate beef that the state of Texas had with other states who it felt had enabled a fraudulent Presidential election.

The media not surprisingly supported the fraudulent election by endlessly repeating the word baseless whenever a citizen spoke up about the lack of integrity in the election.

The media, fervent followers of Joseph Goebbels that they are, sincerely believes that saying something makes it so.

Of course they would believe this; they’ve been getting away with it for years.

Baseless, they screamed. Show us the evidence, they charged.

Mayor Giuliani complied with hours upon hours of testimony by average Americans who came forward to tell stories of fraud.

Show us the evidence, the media countered.

Feckless pseudo-Republicans like Mitt Romney joined in and supported the media lie.

Baseless, they screamed. Trump is a sore loser.

Blah, blah, blah.

The time for talk is over.

There is no more room for talk.

If the people who oppose the election of Joe Biden allow this election to stand, then nothing else is relevant.

There is no point to participation in government when legal recourse is denied.

All that remains is action or submission.

If the aggrieved parties will not stand up now, when will they stand up?

Submission on the other hand is death.

Glenn Beck raises the subject of secession. He asks aloud whether we the secessionists have enough grievances to secede.

He then goes on to compare our situation to that of the Founding Fathers in 1776 and implies that we do not have enough grievances.

Glenn Beck (Yale) is wrong in two ways. First, as to whether we have enough grievances, let’s review our grievances.

The useless Vietnam war of the 1960s, the stagflation of the 1970s, the Savings and Loan debacle of the 1980s, the outsourcing of jobs to China commencing in the 1980s, the .com bubble collapse of the 1990s, the endless wars in the Middle East commencing in the early 2000s, the 2008 subprime mortgage crisis, the OxyContin crisis of the 2000s, the COVID-19 crisis in 2020.

Let’s not forget the sweeping under the rug of Hillary Clinton’s financial shenanigans in Haiti, the killing of Jeffrey Epstein in prison, the murder of Seth Rich, and the imprisonment of Julian Assange and the subsequent denial of his basic right to a speedy trial.

Through their immoral leadership the elites took away our lives, our savings, our houses, the value of our money, the unimpeachable nature of our Bill of Rights, and now our jobs and businesses. Is that not enough?

Second, the question of secession is false.

We are not seceding from anything.

It’s our country that has been surreptitiously stolen from us by the arrogant, avaricious fools from the Ivy League who are led by Harvard University.

The cowards on the Supreme Court are in large part Ivy League graduates. John Roberts is a Harvard fool. Bill Gates is an honorary Harvard fool. Anthony Fauci is a fool from Cornell. Chris Fredo Cuomo is a fool from Yale. Ditto to Anderson Vanderbilt. Fareed Zakaria, chief defender of Bill Gates, is a fool from Harvard. The leader of the Hearst Corporation, Steven Swartz, is a Harvard fool. Jeff Bezos is a Princeton fool. Mitt Romney is a Harvard fool. Chuck Schumer is a Harvard fool. Amy Klobuchar is a Yale fool. Ben Sasse is a Yale fool. Warren Buffett is a fool from the Wharton school. Bill and Hillary Clinton are Yale fools. Gerald Ford was a Yale fool. Barack Obama is a Harvard fool. Bush 41 was a Yale fool. Bush 43 is still a Yale fool. The list goes on and on.

Of course, it is not just people from the Ivy League who are hurting us. This immoral cartel has their wannabe puppets who will gladly suck Harvard’s cock for a nickel.

They are the society destroyers. All of them contributed to the demise of the American republic. They are the secessionists.

They seceded from the Constitution.

They seceded from the American republic that our Founding Fathers gifted us.

They seceded the day they in person or in spirit vouched for the honesty of this election.

Shame on them.

Gentlemen, fix your bayonets.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2021 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

Life and Hockey

Life is a big hockey game.

If the referee does not call the game fairly and impartially, in time the players will take matters into their own hands.

Recently the Supreme Court ruled against the state of Texas (by not taking up the case) who filed a lawsuit against various states, including Pennsylvania, because of the way that these states conducted their voting for the recent Presidential election. The basis for this lawsuit was that these states had violated the Constitutional rights of Texans.

The Supreme Court is thus prosecuting the notion that avoiding an issue as important as election fraud will make the problem go away.

It will not.

The problem is that nearly 70,000,000 Americans believe that the election was fraudulent.

Let’s not tackle the issue now as to whether it was; suffice it to say that people believe it was.

Citizens have filed afadavits testifying to this fraud.

If fraud was committed that is the damage to the country. If that damage exists, it needs to be addressed.

What the Supreme Court is doing is akin to a doctor turning off a heart alarm in the ICU in order to solve a problem.

If the doctor doesn’t hear it, it’s not there.

Veto.

The problem is not the alarm; the problem is what the alarm represents.

The main stream media of course can be counted on to backup the Supreme Court’s decision to not take up this case.

Life is a big hockey game.

If the referee does not call the game fairly and impartially, in time the players will take matters into their own hands.

If the supporters of Trump who believe the election was rigged cannot get a fair hearing in the courts, they will take matters into their own hands.

Perhaps not this year, but the battle is inevitable if this problem is not equitably addressed, especially if the consequences of this election prove dire to the Trump supporters.

In other words Civil War is inevitable.

In many respects John Roberts is the reincarnation of Roger Taney.

Like Taney he is tone deaf.

In the Dred Scott decision, Taney’s Supreme Court felt that they could erase centuries of unfairness and discrimination against black people by turning a blind eye.

They thought they could sweep the problem under the rug.

They thought they could turn the alarm off on the patient whose heart rate was flatlining.

They tried and they lost.

The problem did not go away.

Similarly John Roberts and his court believe that they can make alleged election fraud go away simply by not hearing the case that the state of Texas filed against those states where election fraud was believed to have occurred.

Like Roger Taney, Roberts turns the alarm off on the patient whose heart rate is flatlining.

The cowards and corporate shills of the Supreme Court hide behind technicalities and obscure language.

The consensus interpretation of the Supreme Court opinion is that the state of Texas lacked standing to pursue this case against the other states.

Lacked standing?

So the state of Texas has no privilege to stand up for its own citizens being disenfranchised when another state changes their election laws which leads to fraudulent balloting?

Fraudulent balloting in another state which leads to a false electoral win for Joe Biden most certainly does effectively disenfranchise the voters in Texas; it negates their vote.

A state does have the moral right to pursue remediation if criminal activity is suspected in another state.

The logic of the Roberts Court here Is equivalent to the same poor logic, which is no logic, that was displayed in the Obamacare decision.

What Roberts, et al, are saying is that it’s okay for fraudulent balloting to occur in another state; in other words, that’s the law.

Since all good law must by necessity have a moral base, this law would be suspect as no one could possibly justify such a law on moral grounds.

But, as mentioned previously, the Roberts Court hides behind technicalities. They are ruling that the state of Texas has no right to infringe upon how Pennsylvania or any other state conducts its elections. Technically this is correct but only within the context of an honest election. If the state of Pennsylvania constructs a methodology which directly leads to fraudulent balloting, then the state of Texas does have a vested interest in pursuing a case against the state of Pennsylvania.

A simpleton can see this.

By not taking up this case John Roberts and his court have moved us one step closer to Civil War.

As mentioned previously, life is a big hockey game. If the referee does not call the game fairly and impartially, in time the players will take matters into their own hands.

This is a law no less true than that of gravity.

True Believers

What’s the deal with Sidney Powell?

One day she was a darling of the Trump administration, and now she’s seemingly out.

What happened?

What happened was that Sidney Powell was most likely a true believer.

She apparently came upon information that she was thought was relevant to overturning the Biden election.

This is a dangerous thing to the elites, to have a true believer looking into things.

Does it seem likely that Sidney Powell would work her entire life only to get to this point where she would throw away everything she had worked for on baseless accusations?

This seems unlikely.

What seems more likely is that she did encounter substantial violations.

What also seems likely is that Donald Trump decided that he didn’t need any true believers on his team.

As I have mentioned before, if Trump is contesting this election it is because Corporate America wants him to contest this election.

I can’t tell you yet why they want to contest this election, because I am not the one calling the shots.

Maybe they want to provoke a constitutional crisis for the purposes of opening a constitutional convention where they can alter the fundamental framework of the Bill of Rights.

Or maybe they want to create a distraction like the Russia scandal, something they can carry forth for four more years.

Distractions are essential to the elites. They don’t want people focusing on foreign wars and CIA interventions overseas.

It’s much better to have people battling over issues they can’t resolve.

If the people protest foreign wars as they did in Vietnam, the elites will lose. They sure don’t want that.

It’s much better to have a distraction, but nothing with too much substance. They want just enough to whet the appetite.

They certainly don’t want true believers like Sidney Powell coming up with credible evidence that she can use to prosecute an agenda that they don’t want.

If they can’t buy her off, they’ll destroy her.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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