Corey Lewandowski, senior adviser to President Trump, is being quoted as saying there will be a “big backlash” to Democratic control of both Congress and the White House in the midterm elections in 2022. Referring to the 2022 midterms, Rush Limbaugh told his audience. “…[I]t is still the only avenue you have.” But columnist Vic Biorseth of Catholic American Thinker responds, “I have my doubts about that. All the fraudulent business is still in place.” He’s referring to the election fraud machinery.
That was demonstrated in the Georgia special Senate elections. John Gizzi, a veteran political reporter now with Newsmax, cites two reasons for the GOP defeats. First, Georgia's Republican establishment, led by Gov. Brian Kemp, didn't fight for President Donald Trump in his recount efforts. Regarding the Senate races, Gizzi notes, Kemp refused to call a special session to tighten voter identification rules, require signature verification, and stop drop boxes. And second, Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, a Republican, was clearly aligned with the Democrats to thwart Trump.
Citing these and other reasons, Gizzi says enthusiasm for the Republican candidates in runoffs on the part of “Trump conservatives” was clearly depressed.
“The failure of the majority leader [Mitch McConnell] to back up any of the president's claims about vote-stealing in Georgia and his early congratulations of Joe Biden as president-elect fueled Trump supporters' animosity toward him,” he added.
With a Republican establishment at odds with the president and unwilling to clean up the system and restore election integrity, the political environment was open to a Democratic Party takeover of the Senate and creation of a one-party state.
In addition to failing to expose and stop fraudulent elections, the Republicans have been ineffective in stopping Big Tech censorship, now accelerating as the Democrats implement one-party control of government. My own group America’s Survival has been prohibited by Weebly, our website provider, from even sending emails from a service that we paid for. We were told their “policy” was the reason. Weebly is owned by Square, run by Jack Dorsey of Twitter. Several different email services are banning conservatives.
You can be sure that modern-day Marxists have applied communist Jan Kozak’s lessons to America.
In How Parliament can Play a Revolutionary Part in Transition to Socialism, he described the communist takeover of Czeckoslovakia and declared:
Of course, as Trump had consistently warned, the Covid-19 pandemic provided another excuse for the Democrats to rig the system.
Good conservatives are proposing packages of legislative election reforms, such as requiring IDs and proof of citizenship to vote, drastically limiting mail-in ballots, banning electronic ballots, and so forth. Such efforts on the state level might be a good organizing tool.
Others are saying that conservatives must get on the ground floor of a third-party movement. One predicts the Rockefeller branch of the two-party system, also known as the Republican Party, will go the way of the Whigs.
Consider that only eight Senators—Tommy Tuberville (R-AL), Rick Scott (R-FL), Roger Marshall (R-KS), John Kennedy (R-LA), Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-MS), Josh Hawley (R-MO), Ted Cruz (R-TX), and Cynthia Lummis (R-WY)—followed through with objections to fraudulent vote counts. This seems to reflect the fact that the Republican Party did not want to fight for electoral integrity.
History shows that the Republican Party was created as the Whig Party had become a carbon copy of the pro-plantation-slavery Democrat Party. Pundits at the time said the new Republican Party was going to fizzle and flop, but just six years later it elected Abraham Lincoln as President.© Cliff Kincaid
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