Who Tried Harder to Lose, Eagles Coach Doug Pederson or the GOP?

 Honestly, the candidates the GOP put up in Georgia are the equivalents of putting third string QB Nate Sudfeld in a close game.

You really do have. to ask yourself, did the GOP really want to win? Was victory in Georgia their top priority? Or was it something else? Was distancing itself from Trump more important to them than victory? You'd have to say yes.

Hundreds of thousands. of people who came out to vote for Trump just two months ago, didn't show up at the polls yesterday. 2,194,578 people voted for Perdue. Just two months ago, 2,461,584 voted for Trump.

Why? That's easy. The candidates were uninspiring and the GOP exhibited such apathy in the face of clear voter fraud that hundreds of thousands of  GOP voters just didn't see the point in voting. Why vote if the vote counts would be paused at some point overnight when it was clear how many votes the Democrats needed to win and then the next morning they'd just magically be there?

Make no mistake.  The country got worse today with the Georgia vote.  Much worse. Worse for life. Worse for religious liberty. Worse for economic freedom.

I honestly believe we are witnessing the end of the Republican Party. They no longer want us and we no longer trust them. A third party will form.

I think this country is in for a uphill battle. A long steep uphill battle. The Democrats may create two more states. They may pack the court.  This will virtually guarantee a Democrat majority for years to come.

Take 70 million people. Take away their vote. Don't allow their views to be represented in the media. Have Big Tech ban them. No vote. No voice. 

How does this end?

Spoiler alert: Not well.


  1. US Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) may end it. He may be the ultimate decision maker for now, being the John Roberts of the US Senate. Hopefully he will be a better version of Roberts.

    My latest blog post: Love(1) Is Not Love(2)

    1. Manchin does as he's told by the Dem powers that be and is as slimey and slippery as any of the other crooks.

    2. I do not have great hope in Joe Manchin.

  2. Here in the good ole USofA we have had a gradual move to the left, with a globalist agenda supported by a group of incredibly wealthy plutocrats whose goal is two fold: 1) a one-world government with no nation-states to eliminate war on a global scale, "peace in our time," so to speak, with them pulling and owning the strings. 2) The culling of the world population using contraception and abortion to "get rid of the people we don't want too many of" according to ruth bader ginsburg- the "mud people," as margaret sanger referred to them. This will allow for a more “fair” distribution of goods to fewer people.
    We have seen this trend in the Western world as a whole, the European Union being an excellent example of the submergence of the nation-state.
    For the past century or more, starting with the end of WW1 and the formation of the League of Nations (which the USA was not a member), the two parties in America have been taken over by the super-rich. They each had a part to play. This played out at the end of WW2 with the creation of the U.N.
    Since then we have seen a worldwide move towards globalization led by the financial elite and corporate wealth. Bigger government creates a class of government employees who will vote overwhelmingly for the government that pays their salaries. Not a single government employee went for want of a paycheck over the past ten month of covid-lockdowns and failed businesses… all small businesses, family owned. The big chain stores are doing quite well, thank you. The democrat and republican leadership are doing quite well, thank you. None have missed a paycheck.
    Globalization requires centralization and Trump screwed with that agenda and the American people are paying for it earlier than scheduled because, had he been re-elected and the aborted republican landslide occurred the USofA would have been a bulwark against it.
    Under the upcoming democrat regime we will be just another under employed, poor socialist country with a failing welfare scheme for all the people who used to be free and earning a living.
    There is no place for a loving God in such a world, although a very great need for Him.
    Animal farm, Brave New World, 1984… here we are.

    1. So well reasoned. Not at all the rambling, barely coherent rantings of a disordered mind. This should be on every news stand in America!


Post a Comment