Unrigging the Vote

It’s obvious that the recent presidential election was rigged in favor of the Democrats just as the 2000 presidential election was rigged in favor of the Republicans.

I suppose that one could easily say that one rigged election is deserving of another, but then we’d be at a stalemate playing a winless game with no motivation in place to change the system.

As it stands now, it is Corporate America that chooses our presidents.

This is accomplished through corporate-owned main stream media which herds the mob into the cattle pens of superficial chanting.

Your thoughtful vote is thus stampeded out of existence by the fickle behavior of the mob that is controlled by morning talk show know it alls and infotainment boobs.

This is not a good thing because our country is then under the control of an unelected body, that being Corporate America.

Is this what we want?

I don’t think so.

Given that it would seem prudent to discuss precisely what kind of world we do want.

What kind of presidential election, if any, would work?

We are adults. We can do anything we want to do.

We can have any type of government we choose.

Where shall we begin?

The best place to begin is with the Founding Fathers and the mechanism they chose to elect our President of the United States.

The Founding Fathers were definitely opposed to pure democracy.

They feared the mob.

That is why they instituted the electoral college.

In a nutshell, the way it worked was that each state would have a certain defined number of electors who would elect the president.

The state electors would be selected or elected depending upon the state; each state would develop its own format for choosing electors.

The state electors would then get together and each cast two votes for the man they thought would best be president. One of those votes had to be cast for a citizen outside the state of that elector in order to prevent big states from dominating the candidate pool.

The man who got a majority of the votes was President and the runner-up was vice President.

There were other rules in effect for cases where no one got a majority.

This system proved to be ineffective and so the system was modified.

Without going into detail as to why it was modified, it should be obvious that if the electoral college was modified once, it can be modified again.

Circumstances change. The world changes.

Clearly the problem that we face today is increased corporate power. It is Corporate America that is deciding our presidents for us. If we are to survive as a nation, we must discover a way to limit this corporate power. We cannot have Corporate America deciding our presidents through mob rule.

What has happened in the electoral college over the past century is that states select their electors based upon election. But the election is based upon how the mob feels about a particular presidential candidate. Additionally, state electors are now committed on a winner take all basis.

So although the electoral college is electing the President, really the mob is electing the President. All that is required to control the mob is mass media and a willingness to rig the votes at the polls.

This is what we want to prevent.

First, we want to limit the effect of mass media upon the mob. Mass media is now controlled by a few institutions; these few institutions pose as multiple sources of information so as to create a consensus – which is illusory.

Second we want to prevent rigging of elections at the polls.

We also want to shield the election of the President from the immediacy of the moment. We don’t want Presidents chosen on whim and emotion.

For that reason, it is important that the electors be chosen well before the actual election.

It is also important that the electors represent the political bias of the citizenry.

Only an indirect election of the President can fulfill these requirements.

Clearly, the states’ interest must be influential in the selection of a President. So must the will of the people.

To accomplish this, a better approach might be to have the state legislators, who already represent the will of the people, select the electors who will be free to vote their conscience for the President and his running mate. They would not be obligated to vote for any particular person or party.

The number of electors that each state possesses is up to the state’s discretion. They may have 1 or 1,001. It doesn’t matter because the electoral votes allocated to each state will be fixed based upon population.

Each state’s electors would vote on Election Day. There would still be the traditional 50 individual winner take all races but with some critical differences.

First, the electors may vote their conscience. They may vote for Ish Kabibble.

Second, there is no direct popular vote for President. The people will have already voted indirectly in their local elections. This will energize people to pay attention to their local races.

Third, billions of dollars will be saved in trying to sway a clueless public.

Fourth, it will be near impossible to falsify votes as there will be only at most a few hundred electors in each state, and we will know who they are.

Fifth, no dead people will be voting, and no one will be voting twice.

Sixth, people who know the issues will be voting. As it stands now far too many voters can’t begin to comprehend the issues.

Those are some tremendous advantages, and they are pretty close to what the Founding Fathers envisioned.

Now, of course, we can do nothing. We can bury our heads in the sand and continue to believe that our elections are legitimate and that our votes count.

But that would not be the truth.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Biden or Bigger Game?

What do the elites really want out of this election?

The election of Joe Biden?

I am not so sure.

I have spoken before that Corporate America controls both candidates, Trump and Biden.

If they do, and they want Biden to be the winner, why not just do it and be done with it?

Why not get it over with?

Why the delay in the vote count?

A delay doesn’t make any sense. A delay only gives the opposition time to mount a response.

If you are Corporate America and you’re rigging the vote for Biden, you want to get those votes in and done by the day after the election.

Case closed.

What’s taking so long?

What’s taking so long is that it might just be that Corporate America has a different agenda for this election.

Maybe Corporate America is shooting for bigger game.

And maybe, just maybe, Corporate America isn’t going to be satisfied with electing Joe Biden as President, especially when there are so many conservatives out there who can resist him.

The election of Joe Biden would be chicken feed to the elites.

That’s right, Archer, I say to myself. Now you’re thinking.

It makes much more sense that Corporate America desires a constitutional crisis when it comes to deciding who will win the election.

It’s just a theory, nothing I can prove.

It’s a hunch.

Suppose there is a crisis, a Constitutional crisis, and then someone puts forth the notion of empaneling a Constitutional Convention to resolve it.

This would be a dangerous undertaking.

In a Constitutional Convention, everything might be on the table despite people’s reassurances that it can’t be.

If everything were on the table, a Constitution that has served us well for over 250 years would be in jeopardy.

In one fell swoop, many of our freedoms and protections could be eliminated.

Gone would be the right of free speech, the right to bear arms, the right of due process, the right to personal protection of our papers from unwarranted search and seizure, and many others.

Would we be willing to take that risk?

I am not.

For that reason, if push comes to shove, it’s better for Trump to leave the presidency peacefully.

The guy was not all that anyway.

I wouldn’t be willing to risk the Constitution to save his ass.

Forget about the election fraud.

Yes, fraud was committed.

In my mind undoubtedly.

But who enable the fraud!

None other than Donald Trump.

Ultimately, he bears responsibility for the fiasco that our 2020 election has become.

A good leader spots problems before they begin.

A good leader prevents problems.

As President, he should have placed this problem that mail-in voting presents first on the agenda and then convened an informal commission to set firm rules on the voting.

Donald Trump failed.

Or he was told to fail.

Either way is an indictment of him and his presidency.

Kick the bum out.

And be quick about it.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Jokes or Results

Just tonight Laura Ingram talked about the fun factor in voting for Trump.

She stated that people were ready to have fun again and that Donald Trump was a fun candidate.

I never looked at the presidency that way.

But I suppose she’s right. Trump will give us a lot of fun.

So if he’s elected, and you voted for him, you’re going to get a lot of fun.

It will be four years of zingers, insults, one-liners.

It will be a grand old time.

There will be lots of yucks.

How about a boring candidate though. How about somebody who doesn’t tell jokes?

How about somebody who doesn’t insult people?

How about a person who calmly works behind the scenes to produce substantive policy that will make your life better.

Isn’t it the job of the president to do just that?

Can you have both?

Can you have a president who tells jokes and delivers substantive policy?

Can you have your cake and eat it too?

I’ve never seen it.

Generally substance plus style equals unity.

The more time you spend on style, the less time you have for substance, and visa versa.

Trump is flashy and funny but does he produce results.

I’m not seeing it.

I don’t see one major piece of substantive legislation that he has put forth on the domestic or the foreign front.

Where was the comprehensive reform in healthcare to give us a decentralized competitive market place geared toward providing affordable healthcare to all?

Nowhere.

Where was the intelligent reform in our foreign policy to transform America from an international bully to a constructive partner with nations in Africa and Asia?

Nowhere.

Where was the bold initiative to confront the growing power of Palo Alto and its increasing threat upon our First Amendment rights?

Nowhere.

Where was the initiative to confront Corporate America’s runaway greed machine, a machine that outsourced jobs from the black community, a machine that uses young black men as raw material for its corporate prison factory?

Nowhere.

Where was the push environmentally to move us away from nuclear power and plastic? The tragedy at Fukushima should have prompted such. The Sargasso Sea of trash in the Pacific ocean should have prompted such. There are new technologies out there that needed a push from the man in charge. So where was Trump?

Nowhere.

Donald Trump was too busy holding political rallies where he can tell jokes.

I don’t want a comedian.

I want a very boring person who doesn’t tell any jokes.

I don’t want fun.

I want results.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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Lincoln and Trump

Donald Trump and Abraham Lincoln spoken in the same sentence is not something I’m accustomed to hearing.

Such is politics that people will say anything to get their man elected.

In the past few days assorted writers have stressed the similarities between Trump and Lincoln.

This is stunning.

Trump is a disgrace to the spiritual father of the Republican Party.

Abraham Lincoln is the lens through which all issues should be filtered.

One absolutely should ask what Daddy Abe would think before being so foolish as to take a public position.

Oh well, let’s get to it and make the comparison.

Abraham Lincoln lifted himself up by his bootstraps. He was born in a log cabin without light and was hardly a member of the upper class.

Trump was born on Park Avenue.

Abraham Lincoln could read.

Trump probably can but doesn’t.

Abraham Lincoln wrote thoughtfully and concisely never better exemplified than in the Gettysburg address.

Trump can babble half-sentences.

Lincoln struggled to find the right words to say.

Trump has two adjectives, tremendous and amazing.

Lincoln understood that a leader must take guff from subordinates. When Lincoln showed up at McClellan’s house one night, McClellan kept him waiting and then went to bed without seeing him. Lincoln held his tongue.

Trump has a thin skin and flies off the handle at anyone who dares to criticize him.

Lincoln fought a war because the war found him. Having no desire to fight a Civil War, he would have prevented it if he could have.

Trump thirsts for confrontations.

Lincoln was humble.

Trump boasts.

Lincoln took an active role in the Civil War; he traveled in harm’s way to the front in order to visit Grant.

Trump takes no leadership role. He hides in the Oval Office and eats cheeseburgers.

Lincoln had a plan for winning the Civil War.

Trump has no plans.

Lincoln was quiet.

Trump is loud.

Lincoln was an autodidact who devoured books in his thirst for knowledge.

Trump watches himself on television.

At a Lincoln rally, citizens listened patiently as Lincoln intelligently presented his well-reasoned argument.

At a Trump rally, people chant “lock her up” after Trump pitches a zinger.

There is no equality at all between Abraham Lincoln and Donald Trump.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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American Communism

Here’s today’s big surprise: our leaders are communists.

In fact, our leaders have been communists for a long, long time.

When Trump says that socialism will never come to United States, that’s a joke.

We’ve had socialism in the United States since 1932.

Where has Trump been living? He’s either oblivious, illiterate, unobservant, or stupid. Of course, he could be all four.

What does he think Social Security is?

What does he think Food Stamps are?

What does he think public housing is?

We have more government programs than any country out there. Our socialism puts other socialist countries to shame.

We have a government program for everything. We probably have a government program to subsidize ice cream.

Instituting socialism, collectivism, communism, pretty much the same in the real world, is the goal of our elites.

This is what Joe McCarthy stumbled onto in the early 1950s.

He got in the way of their party.

Because he got in the way of their party, they broke him.

Joe McCarthy pulled the curtain back and revealed who they were.

He came to see what he was up against.

It’s too bad that most Americans don’t understand what they’re up against.

Trump is part of that process.

Our leaders are very clever.

Fidel Castro would start insurrections against himself when he was the leader of Cuba.

That seems strange until you realize that Fidel would use those insurrections as a means to attract the type of people who would rise up against him.

Then he would be more able to round them up and incarcerate them.

A very clever man that Fidel Castro was.

Our elites are no different.

They set Trump up as an insurrection of sorts against their plan to institute totalitarianism in the United States.

Only in our case, they don’t arrest the insurgents, they entertainment them to death while doing nothing.

A dog with a bone neither barks nor bites.

The Romans did as much by offering bread and circus.

There is nothing new under the sun.

Trump is just a new dog practicing old tricks.

He has accomplished very little while in office.

Almost nothing.

He’s all talk and no walk. Instead of stating that socialism will never come to the United States, he would be better off by instituting programs that ensure that our country veer way from socialism.

He could have set up a competitive market place in healthcare. One of the reasons why health care insurance premiums are so high is because we have overcentralization in the healthcare industry. He could have decentralized the healthcare industry.

Actions speak louder than words.

Yet Trump did nothing, and does nothing.

One would be hard-pressed to find one substantial piece of legislation that Trump has instituted that fundamentally alters the relentless tide of socialism that has been manifest in the United States for the past 80 years.

Where is it?

It doesn’t exist.

It doesn’t exist because it’s not meant to exist.

Trump is one president in a long line of puppet-placeholders owned by Corporate America who exists to implement the elites’ plan for the American citizenry.

What is that plan?

Total control of your life through an oppressive communist regime that they, the elites, control – except this communist regime will be one in which they, not the state, will own all the property.

You’ll be a slave on their plantation.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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We Are Doomed

We are doomed.

I wish there was a program whereby if we paid so many thousands of dollars per year to the government, the politicians would have to leave us alone.

Completely.

This would mean that they wouldn’t even be allowed to speak to us.

I texted this to a friend as Trump left the hospital just this morning having miraculously conquered the coronavirus in Johnsonesque style over the weekend.

I hate politicians, and I hate the ignorance they promote.

Don’t we pay these guys to lead us to a better place? Isn’t that their job?

Is it their job to find the dumbest thing that the majority of the people will believe and use that as policy?

I speak, of course, of the face mask.

Or is it their job to find the smartest thing that will work and use that as policy?

If we were coaching a football team, would we call the dumbest plays that we could find?

If we were a baker baking cookies, would we reach out for the crummiest flour?

If we were a bricklayer, would we go out of our way to mix the mortar incorrectly?

If we were a surgeon, would we take a popularity poll in deciding what steps to go through in excising someone’s appendix?

If we wouldn’t do that that in those fields why would we do that for something as important as politics?

Why do we employ devices designed for simpletons?

Is it because people are stupid?

We don’t employ stupid ideas in house building just because people are stupid.

Why must we pander to stupid ideas in politics?

It’s not exclusively stupid people who buy into stupid ideas, it’s educated people as well.

The other day, I saw two educated people in healthcare walking around my neighborhood with face masks.

I’ve given up trying to educate people on the face mask.

That’s right, I’ve given up.

People don’t want to know the truth. They want to go along. They enjoy going along.

Just as I enjoy not going along, others love going along.

They must get an erection by going along.

They must derive sexual pleasure from doing so.

There must be sexual pleasure because there certainly isn’t any rational thought in going along for the sake of going along.

I would have thought that Americans would have learned from the Nazi experience the dangers of going along.

But we haven’t learned.

We are just like the German people in the 1930s who went along with the Nazi program not so much because they hated the Jews but because the government created or played into man’s desire to belong.

Therein lies the core fault of humanity and in turn socialism.

Man prizes conformity over confrontation.

Man fears being alone. People derive strength from the pack.

I do not, but I am an aberration. I am a freak.

When my father died, I was thirteen years of age. After finding out that he died, I cried and ran to a secret hiding place behind a bush that was tucked up to a neighbor’s house. I wanted to be alone. I did not and do not derive strength, as others do, by being in company. I wanted to be alone.

I am a freak.

The vast majority of people derive strength from others. They need to go along or they will die.

I recognize that a society will not work unless people join the program, but sometimes that program is wrong.

Sometimes that program is horribly wrong.

Sometimes malicious individuals can hijack humanity and steer it horribly wrong.

This happened under Stalin. This happened under Hitler. This happened under Mao.

It is happening here in the United States and in other countries around the world.

Horrible malicious people have hijacked the leadership here and are spreading lies and nonsense that will enslave humanity for a long time.

Except for these writings I have nearly given up hope of convincing individuals.

Elie Wiesel tells a story in his book, Night, of Jews who escaped the concentration camps early on in the Holocaust. These Jews went back to their village and told the people what was going on. They were not listened to.

They were not listened to.

Why were they not listened to? Why would you not listen to someone who would tell you a story of mass genocide especially if the person was emaciated, sickly looking and threadbare?

You would not listen to that person if your value system spoke contrary to that and if the consensus ruled that the story could not be true.

Conformity is a powerful force.

If Jews who escaped the concentration camps could not convince their fellow villagers of the truth, what chance do I have?

I’ve spent many hours dreaming of becoming a terrorist, but I know nothing of explosives or weapons. It is too late to go to school.

I’m stuck, and so I think that maybe I should ride it out. Perhaps I can ride out the next ten to fifteen years if I am lucky enough to stay alive.

Or maybe we, I, can convince the politicians to leave us alone if only we pay them to.

I know, it’s a protection racket. We would be paying them to leave us alone.

It would be like paying farmers to not plant crops. It would be a subsidy of sorts.

Maybe that’s the ticket.

What do you think?

You’ve heard of the Mexican town, Cheran, haven’t you?

This is the town that got tired of corruption. So the citizens fired the leadership and took over the management of the town.

Crime dropped, kidnappings dropped, violence dropped. Life improved.

What this suggests is that the leadership of any town or country can be hijacked by an evil gang that does a great disservice to its citizenry.

We permit such a leadership by going along, by deluding ourselves that we are good citizens by doing so.

Unfortunately we are anything but.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2020 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

Trump and his Junkies

What does Trump offer that people find attractive? Why do people follow him?

What Trump offers is the idea that Americans can get a better shake in life.

That is what he offers. That is what he promotes – a dream.

Does he deliver?

If there exists evidence to suggests that he does not deliver, and there exists plenty of that, then why do people still follow him?

He continues to attract large crowds, so what gives?

His followers continue to crave him just as the junkie craves the drug dealer.

Trump is a drug dealer doling out daily doses of funny one-liners – the political equivalent of crack cocaine.

Hey, watch what Trump said about Biden. And how about that comment about Pelosi? Wasn’t that hilarious?

Each day brings a new irresistible high.

Each day demands a higher dose of the addicting junk.

This junk costs money though.

The currency paid does not come from real cash, but from the printed funny kind that the Fed magically gins up every day of the week to support the shenanigans of his administration.

Not only has Trump not ended the foreign wars, he has created a new war, the coronavirus war; only in this case, the enemy is the American people.

The neat trick about this war is that the American people are paying for their own demise.

And that demise will come. That demise is happening right now.

Unfortunately, the addict is always the last person to see that he is addicted.

Even as the addict descends into a state of poverty and despair, he is unable to see that he has a problem.

One only needs to look around to see the devastation that Donald Trump has caused.

The economy is in chaos. It is not coming back soon.

The hospitality industry is destroyed. The airline industry is destroyed. The restaurant industry is destroyed. Healthcare has taken a huge hit. Car sales are down.

These are huge segments of the population that when not functioning act as an anchor upon the economy threatening to drag a boat in a stormy sea down.

People are walking around in masks that have no basis in science.

False hope for an unproven and potentially unsafe vaccine is promoted.

The dogs and cats in your neighborhood have it better than you. They are at least free.

In spite of this, the people believe. And they will continue to believe until they can pay no more.

Instead of meat and potatoes, Trump serves up a steady diet of cotton candy devoid of substance.

Just as Trump bankrupted his casinos, he is now bankrupting the nation and the American people.

There is no convincing the addicts. To this day, people line up their cars to travel in the Trump Train.

They drive aimlessly around town.

But where is the train going? Not one of his followers can point to a comprehensive plan that Trump is prosecuting.

Regardless of what you think about Joe Biden, he was correct on one salient point in the debate: Trump has no plan for healthcare.

That’s right. Trump had four years to develop a health care plan. He has no plan.

Do you know what Trump’s plan is?

It should be obvious. Trump is an entertainer. He’s a drug dealer. His job is to sell you a new high, an escape, a dream.

That’s what Trump is all about – a dream.

The problem with Trump is that his dream has no backing behind it.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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The Big Debate

Who won the debate?

Given that both men are equally corrupt, given that both men lie freely and are incapable of speaking the truth, Joe Biden won the debate.

The Republicans know that, and we know that they know that because they are whining like a little bitch.

Already they are making up excuses for the President.

LOL. Their god has revealed himself as false.

They are even claiming that Joe Biden cheated with a wire or a special contact lens that can project talking points into the air.

Please.

Using their own logic against them, if Joe Biden is confused with his own thoughts, wouldn’t he be even more confused by an outside party interjecting commentary as he is speaking?

Losers always make up excuses.

Losers never accept responsibility.

Joe Biden projected himself as a calm individual who is in control of his mental faculties.

He emphatically debunked the notion that he was in an advanced stage of senility.

Sure, he was a little slow. Sure, he wasn’t as mentally agile as Trump.

But a little slowness is not necessarily a bad thing. Slowness might reflect thoughtfulness.

Biden’s slowness also may have come about because Trump was constantly interrupting.

Chris Wallace was correct in calling the President out on that.

Who wouldn’t be agitated by an opponent striking low blows as you are trying to give an intelligent response?

Because of his bullying, Trump hurt his cause.

Citizens were clearly able to see that Trump was cheating. And it is cheating to interrupt the opponent while he is trying to answer a question.

It’s not the American way to not give your opponent a fair opportunity.

Trump violated our sense of American fairness.

Process is important.

Americans will take note of this regardless of what the pundits say, regardless of how Trump supporters try to spin his performance.

Sure, Joe Biden may say crazy things according to his opponents. And sure, many of us believe that it doesn’t matter who gets elected, that both Biden and Trump are flip sides of the same coin.

You can even make the argument that Trump took a dive.

But so what?

Trump lost; Biden won.

Eat the pain, bitch.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2020 Archer Crosley All Rights Reserved

Winners and Losers

Why can’t our society improve?

Well, first things first, to improve our society, we must discover truth.

Yet, we are not interested in truth. Our attitude toward truth in this day and age rules against truth ever being discovered.

Welcome to America where truth is avoided assiduously.

In America, Dan Bongino can be heard stating on YouTube: You never ask a question that you do not know the answer to.

And I say to that: If you take that approach, you will never arrive at the truth; you will never better yourself.

Unfortunately Mr. Bongino’s belief is shared amongst the majority of the population.

Americans love machos.

Americans love winners.

Americans love people who ask questions that they know the answers to.

Only losers ask questions they don’t know the answers to.

Mr. Bongino’s dictum is shared amongst lawyers, doctors, and nearly everyone else in society who purchased their brain at K-Mart.

Why is it necessary to ask a question that you know the answer to?

Well, it is necessary if your goal is to win a debate or argument. Winning the debate is paramount in American society today.

Winning is everything in America.

Only losers discover information they did not previously know.

Americans loves winners.

This mindset is reinforced by the President of the United States.

Trump, apparently, at least according to Trump, is a winner.

Dan Bongino, I presume, is a winner also.

But what about the truth?

Would we be better off if we did ask questions that we didn’t know the answer to if it led to a greater truth?

Let’s put it this way: Would you rather win the debate and not ask questions that would lead to a greater truth, or would you rather lose the debate yet discover a higher truth even if it made you look like a fool?

In America today, it’s obvious that people prefer the former.

Americans prize perception over substance.

Yet are we better off by taking that approach?

Let’s answer this question in a different way by use of analogy.

John Wooden was a winning coach for the UCLA Bruins. He won many national championships.

At first glance, one might think that he was obsessed with winning.

Would it surprise you to know that Wooden was not obsessed with winning?

Would it surprise you to know that Wooden didn’t ask his players to win?

Would it surprise you to know John Wooden asked his players to give 100% spiritually, physically, mentally, and that if they did that the wins would take care of themselves?

Would it surprise you to know that John Wooden preferred that his players give 100% and lose than give 50% and win?

It wouldn’t surprise me at all because that’s exactly what John Wooden wrote in his book.

What this analogy illustrates is that process is important and that process is more important than the end result.

Applying this wisdom to truth and debating, one can only conclude that process is important when discussing important matters on television or in the living room.

Applying this wisdom to truth and debating, one can only conclude that we would be much better off by asking questions that we don’t know the answer to rather than avoid risking looking like a fool by not asking questions that we don’t know the answer to.

When we take a better approach to truth and wisdom, then America will be able to improve.

And not a moment sooner.

Ask questions that you don’t the answer to. You might look like a fool, but you and the world will be better for it.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

Copyright 2020 Archer Crosley all rights reserved.

Swamp Creature

If Trump is so opposed to the swamp, then why is Kayleigh McEnany his spokesperson?

Kayleigh McEnany graduated from Georgetown University, aka CIA University, aka Third Reich University.

After graduating she attended Oxford to do some course work there.

Oxford supplies the officers to Corporate Criminal Britain.

Upon returning to the United States, she diddled around before ending up at Harvard Law.

Excuse me, for the record, Georgetown is the swamp; Oxford is the swamp; Harvard is the swamp.

Kayleigh McEnany is bright, very bright, just the kind of person that the swamp creatures cultivate.

They’re going to keep her. She’s a very effective front person for Trump the fraud.

She’s very good at her job which is to fight fellow members of the swamp in the press corps.

It’s not exactly a scripted pro wrestling match, but it’s pretty close.

She fights the press on the facemask, yet it is Donald Trump who feeds into the Nazi junk science of the facemask by not resolutely denouncing it as the Nazi junk science that it is.

Trump gives it life, and so does McEnany.

When she’s not fighting the press on the facemask she’s fighting them on mail-in ballots, yet it is Donald Trump who gave the mail-in ballot life.

Trump gave it life by not taking a leadership role in limiting its use, by not foreseeing the calamity it would cause.

Or did he foresee the calamity?

This is the modus operandi of the President. He gives life to stupid issues and methodologies by not being resolute. He talks but does not walk.

His talking but not walking gives license to bad ideas.

Kayleigh McEnany is an extension of the President.

By fighting with the press, McEnany gives the issues even more life as her words will most assuredly be broadcast over Facebook and Twitter.

If you want to extinguish an impulse, you ignore it. If you fight the impulse, you give it more life.

Why talk if you can walk. Actions speak louder than words.

You’re the President. Be quiet and enforce the Constitution.

McEnany is too smart to not know this.

And so in the face mask and the mail-in ballot, we now are the proud owners of two crucial tools which will lead to massive chaos in only a few months.

This election will most assuredly be contested thanks to the mail-in ballots.

Whoever loses will cry fraud.

Now, given that Corporate America controls both parties, and that it doesn’t matter who gets to be Pesident, because nothing will change for the better for the average American, the very act of crying fraud is a fraud.

But that’s the whole point. Chaos is the goal.

This electoral confusion will cause riots en extremis which is why the junk science of the facemask is important.

It’s important to not identify who the perpetrators of these riots are with any precision.

Do you think it is an accident that the facemask has been embraced by the elites in both parties?

Let’s be clear. The purpose of the facemask is not to protect you from the coronavirus; the purpose of the facemask is to hide the perpetrators of the riots.

And you can be sure there will be riots.

The riots will then be used as a pretext to enact laws to cause more restrictions on your liberties and freedoms.

Clear violations of the Constitution will be enacted by law, and nobody in the Democratic and Republican parties will challenge these laws.

Now, Kayleigh McEnany poses as a conservative. As a conservative, and as a graduate of Harvard Law, she should be familiar with the Bill of Rights and the infringement thereof.

Will she stand up for the Bill of Rights?

She will not. Nor will any of these other fake conservatives in the Trump administration.

They will not because neither Kayleigh McEnany nor these other so-called conservatives are constitutional conservatives.

Have these people stood up for Julian Assange and his rights?

Did they stand up for Alex Jones right to free speech when he was booted off all major internet media in one day?

Did they stand up substantively for Otto Warmbier when he was effectively executed by North Korea?

The Constitution means nothing to them.

These people are officers of the swamp.

The swamp is Corporate America; Corporate America is the New World Order, and the New World Order is the Third Reich which never died.

Currently, Kayleigh McEnany speaks for that Reich.

Sincerely,

Archer Crosley

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