After all, who will stop them?
Certainly not the Supreme Court. So, no good source there, so we don't know if it's real, but it certainly rings true. Vox Day's comment does too: "Roberts isn't afraid of rioting. He's afraid of his secrets and his corruption being exposed by his masters."
The people that run Roberts must have something really damning on him. Or else he's just total scum of the Earth, and knows that if the swamp is drained, his perfidy will come to light, and he'll end up in one of the worst shithole prisons in the nation.
There is no mechanism now that will fix this. Too much of the federal establishment has been co-opted, corrupted, and perverted for us to dig our way out of it using civil or criminal procedures.
Unless I'm mistaken, tomorrow--Dec 14--is the day on which the electoral college meets and the electors cast their votes. The electors from four states--PN, MI, WI, and GA--will cast their fraudulent votes for Biden. The left will celebrate, completely unconcerned for the illegitimacy of their stolen victory, gloating in their triumph over the hated Bad Orange Man, and rubbing their hands in gleeful anticipation of executing their plans to punish him and his supporters.
And yet, I just noticed something. The left-wing sites I look at have quietly stopped saying "president-elect" when referring to Biden. I do not read many of them but the ones I do aren't using the term, at least not in headlines, as they were previously.
The right is...quiet, unexpectedly so, given the circumstances. Unlike other times when Democrats have stolen victory, there are few visible outbursts of indignant anger at the unmitigated gall on display by the left. None of the major right-wingers that I read have reacted the way I expected them to. There's little boiling anger at the outrage, nor is there much quiet resignation, except from the cuckservative crowd, who are more than a little happy that the Democrats stole the election even if they can't say so. But of course the Democrats have not stolen a presidential election before, not with such blatantly obvious, in-your-face, "shut up and take it" fraud.
Regardless, the republic has had its run. America now stands on a jagged ridge: ahead is a precipitous drop into totalitarian socialism, where we'll stand in line for hours to be allowed our rations of toilet paper or whatever. Behind us is a chasm of secession, civil war, internecine violence, and a broken nation. There will be no way out of this that does not include a body count, because the peaceful doors have--one by one--been closed by the left in its attempt to seize total power over the country.
And make no mistake about it: if this election is allowed to stand as it has been called, it means that--sooner or later--the government will start generating the mountain of skulls that socialism requires as tribute. Oh, we will never know about it; the press will dutifully not ask why so many people go into the reeducation camps but so few ever come out. The midnight arrests will not be reported. While lip service will still be given to the various rights enumerated in the bill of rights, any demand that they be respected will be met with derisive laughter and a bastinado to the face.
But if Trump "crosses the Rubicon", and takes the actions which he is constitutionally allowed to take in dire circumstances (and I believe that "Democrats steal an election, wholesale, and the federal government rolls over and lets them do it" counts as a dire circumstance) then we will see this nation sundered.
The very worst part of all of this is that I can easily see China walking in and saying gravely, "We need to stabilize the situation, because the (former) United States has a lot of nuclear weapons, and those need to be secured." There's credible evidence that China bought and paid for this situation; you don't need an amphibious invasion force if you can get permission to fly your troops in on commandeered airliners. If that happens, the American left will find itself utterly superfluous and a lot of them will simply be shot or otherwise disposed of. After all, at that point they've served their purpose and now will only cause trouble if they're not rounded up. Right?
Still: against an entrenched insurgency, China has the same problems that the United States does. With over a billion people in their country they have a big reserve of manpower, but they literally have to put a soldier in every building to prevent rebels from doing their thing. You cannot use nuclear weapons. Reprisals backfire, particularly if the people being executed are from the other side--and the resistance isn't going to care if city people are killed since those are the folks they fought against beforehand.
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Given the circumstances, I am naturally inclined towards pessimism. Given that 90% of history is average, though, I am likely overthinking this. At least, I hope so.