Undeniable fact: the 2020 Presidential election was a coup

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86 Responses to Undeniable fact: the 2020 Presidential election was a coup

  1. Ƶĩppʯ (ȊꞪꞨV) says:

    Fascists have taken over the US and keep pretending everything is normal.

  2. mh says:

    🔴 President Donald Trump LIVE at CPAC 2021 Final Day COMPLETE LIVE Coverage from Orlando

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4VDZfIvXnzI

  3. JR says:

    The republic has fallen, it is over; its allegedly hallowed institutions we’re not interested in saving it. Or even answering the phone.

    Fatima.

    As annoying as this fellow is (albeit well-meaning and effusive though wearingly dumb), the ‘guests’ are top dollar, top-shelf and this really must be watched. Skip the first 15 minutes or so:

    https://michaeljlindell.com

  4. Scott Osmond says:

    No no! it wasn’t stolen the sanctity of the process was fortified! Amusing isn’t it how tame and compliant the media has become now the groper in chief is squatting in the whitehouse? Whatever happened to speaking truth to power? What ever happened to democracy dies in darkness?

  5. maree says:

    A coup? Anyone with a brain and a wide view knows that. Wait until the old pedo is in finally in the old people’s dementia home, then you will see the real coup, as planned.

  6. maree says:

    A further comment about coup by dementia, look at them all, near or past age of 80, fully botoxed with very questionable histories. Ventrilouqist dummies on teleprompter.

    The same happened to Europe, China, Russia, all these ossified critters who can’t let go, even when they are wheeled out incompetent and incontinent.

    The virus should have sorted them.

  7. Captain Katzenjammer says:

    The fraud was so obvious, so blatant, so unquestionable – why would anyone prepare strategies to reveal the lies and cheating when it was conducted openly right under everyone’s noses. Nothing of it was hidden from view. No reasonable person could assume they would get away with it.

    It was as obvious as the tanks rolling into Hungary in 56.

  8. NoFixedAddress says:

    currencylad

    lol

    obviously ASIO and the AFP will be checking your garage.

  9. NoFixedAddress says:

    C.L.

    You might also like to keep tabs on Julie Kelly’s ongoing investigative reporting with her latest at https://amgreatness.com/2021/02/27/where-are-all-the-retractions-of-the-brian-sicknick-story/

  10. maree says:

    “it was as obvious as the tanks rolling into Hungary in 1956”

    Except communism hadn’t yet refined the long march. Now…

  11. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    At CPAC. This is Groundtrump Day.
    The Groundtrump has been hibernating inside Mar-a-Lagoo over winter. Urban legend says that when the Groundtrump emerges from its den, if he sees his own shadow government, Biden will have 2 less years of presidency.

  12. Herodotus says:

    Back in 2015/6 it was “crooked” Hillary.
    Since then we have seen crooked Democrats, crooked media, and some seriously wrong-headed if not crooked Republicans.
    It’s hard to see how the USA can recover from the situation that all the crookedness has created.

  13. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “It’s hard to see how the USA can recover from the situation that all the crookedness has created.”

    This is what I believe too. I just can’t see the GOP ever winning the presidency again unless they were able to get 100 million people to turn out to vote for the GOP.

    Mind you…Trump is the man who could probably do this and just perhaps, after four years of Biden and Harris, this will happen.

  14. rickw says:

    Of course.

    Anyone who thinks a senile old pedo actually won….

  15. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    The Republicans seem in fantasyland. There’re stories about how this and that will improve their chances in the mid-terms, and how hispanics, black Americans, fluffy animals and various types of tree will vote for them this time, now that Trump*spit* has gone.

    The truth is that the Dems stole the election because they thought only they could save the world. That equation has not changed. Therefore they will find a pressing reason to “save” and “fortify” every single election. They will steal the House in 2022 because of the pressing danger from Trump supporters. They will steal the Presidency in 2024 because the climate crisis demands it. They will steal the 2026 mid-terms because only they can save America from China. They will steal the 2028 Presidency because [insert next pressing danger here].

    Once you start stealing elections there’s no going back.

  16. Goanna says:

    Presently the USA is in a cyberwar with both clandestine and covert activity.

    Paper votes are infrastructure.
    Trump created Cyberspace Infrastructure Security Agency for a good reason.
    He’s smart enough to know that they, the Democrats, would cheat again.

    Trump’s enemies will have been under CLOSE observation since 2018.
    The military has all the information needed to bring justice to the treasonous.

    Do not underestimate the Trumpster.

  17. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “Once you start stealing elections there’s no going back.”

    Yep.

  18. Tom says:

    Once you start stealing elections there’s no going back.

    Precisely. The USA is now an anti-democratic one-party state run by “experts” via their doddering Trojan Horse in the White House — the front-of-house for a cabal of political extremists imposing their radical agenda on America that voters didn’t — and will never — vote for.

    Talk about getting rid of the Biden regime is pointless and useless unless mail-in ballot rigging — introduced in 2020 under cover of Kung Flu — is illegalised.

    As if it needs saying again, November 3, 2020, was a coup d’etat that disenfrachised the majority who voted in record numbers for the incumbent.

  19. miltonf says:

    The only good thing to come out of the despicable, heinous actions of the American establishment is that their true nature is now known. I don’t think these crooks and marxist wreckers give a stuff about saving the world, that’s for the useful idiots.

    The other good thing is people like HoWARd, Fraudenburg and Harwin have fully outed themselves.

  20. miltonf says:

    In my opinion, the only way forward for the US is red state succession and wexit for the Canadians.

    “The price of freedom is eternal vigilance”- how true this is.

  21. Mother Lode says:

    A further comment about coup by dementia, look at them all, near or past age of 80, fully botoxed

    That is becoming increasingly clear.

    The ‘traditional’ stereotypes are of Dimocrats being rugged vigorous, and young idealists who have fought their way up from nothing, indifferent to the genteel theatre of the elite but entirely focused on the plight of those without a voice.

    Republicans are supposed to be the stodgy imperious ones. Unimaginative and unmoveable – so vested in the status quo and they will resist any change. Cold, unfeeling, sociopathic even, never giving thought to the millions of drones that support them and their world.

    Then you look at that ghastly line up the Dimocrats have. Ancient grasping monsters, corrupt, courting international tyrannies to have their pockets stuffed, resorting to alchemy that would give Madam Bathory pause in their quest to extend their lives, looking always for more ways to control the people. Not trying to keep them in their place as to create newer more degraded places for them.

    The youngblood, and the fight, is coming from the Republicans. They are also fighting against their own deadwood RINOs, but that is where idealists are.

  22. calli says:

    The picture you’ve painted, Mother Lode, could be transposed on the situation in 1776.

    An ageing, greedy aristocracy lording it over a young, idealistic vassal state. Will they have to fight yet another war on their home soil?

  23. Anne says:

    I think you’ll come to learn the Presidential Election 2020 was a STING.

    Trump was inaugurated on January 1st and is about to give the 2021 State of the Union address.

    Here’s the live link.

    https://youtu.be/4VDZfIvXnzI

  24. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    45 on stage.
    Trump still hugging and kissing flags that didn’t consent.
    How can anyone vote for this flag-sniffer.
    😀

  25. m0nty says:

    This thread is great! Cry more, losers. Keep whining, it is beautiful music.

  26. miltonf says:

    Ancient grasping monsters, corrupt, courting international tyrannies to have their pockets stuffed, resorting to alchemy that would give Madam Bathory pause in their quest to extend their lives, looking always for more ways to control the people.

    Very true. Nadler defecating in his pants sums them up. Disgusting and embarrassing. Congress stinks in both morally and physically.

  27. stackja says:

    The usual suspects posting.
    Scrolling, scrolling…

  28. Boambee John says:

    calli says:
    March 1, 2021 at 8:42 am
    The picture you’ve painted, Mother Lode, could be transposed on the situation in 1776.

    An ageing, greedy aristocracy lording it over a young, idealistic vassal state. Will they have to fight yet another war on their home soil?

    Or to put it in Marxist-Leninist terms, the US (like the Soviet Union in the mid-1980s) is now in a pre-revolutionary situation.

  29. Boambee John says:

    The fat fascist fool munty, however, is too stupid to recognise tgat his own ideology is now geriatric and corrupt. Like the Bourbons and the Tsar, he will be stunned as the executioners prepare to give him his due.

  30. Gavin R Putland says:

    Maintain the Dolchstoßlegende!

  31. miltonf says:

    As I said before
    The other good thing is people like HoWARd, Fraudenburg and Harwin have fully outed themselves.

    I should have added that the left has shown that it loves multinationals, loves the Washington war machine and hates industrial blue collar workers. All that concern about the working classes must have been all lies.

  32. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    I see M0nty is supporting fascists now.
    Amazing turnaround.
    Not.

  33. miltonf says:

    Another lesson from the last five years: capitalism is not a defense against tyranny

  34. m0nty says:

    I definitely think you lot should support Trump for 2024, that will really work out for you.

  35. Mother Lode says:

    I see M0nty is supporting fascists now.

    I think the definition of a fascist now is totalitarians I don’t like.

    If it is a totalitarian that Monty likes, they are not fascist.

    Lefties have no problems with totalitarians per se – they imagine that somehow they will be part of the ruling elite, not some peon who spends the the 50 years of their work-life standing on a production line with one spanner turning the same specific nut on the same non-descript items on a never-ending production line.

  36. calli says:

    Odd thing is, I don’t feel like a loser at all.

    But then, gambling is not my strong suit. Never bet against the House.

  37. m0nty says:

    Listening to Trump speak at CPAC, it’s great to hear Biden is far left. Everyone else says Joe’s a boring centrist, but Trump makes him sound exciting.

  38. Chris M says:

    The military has all the information needed to bring justice to the treasonous.

    Well OK. And how long might this take to get underway? Will they wait till the 2024 elections or something?

    Speaking of which I want to see what happens when both parties dump tens of millions of fake votes in next time. It’ll be like a Kenyan comedy show.

  39. exsteelworker says:

    Dont care anymore it’s over, the communist won. Expect war in the next 4 years or even sooner. It only took joe 36 days to get involved in a war again. The same useful idiot BLM ANTIFA protesters are the ones that are going to be cannon fodder.

  40. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Listening to Trump speak at CPAC, it’s great to hear Biden is far left.

    The hand inside the glove puppet is far-left. The glove puppet is just that though.

    “What Am I Doing Here?” | Power Line (28 Feb)

    It’s sad to see a man abused like this when he should be enjoying his last time on this planet in peace with his grandchildren.

  41. Rorschach says:

    It’s sad to see a man abused like this when he should be enjoying his last time on this planet in peace with his grandchildren.

    TBH … I’d keep him away from his grandchildren.

  42. miltonf says:

    It’s sad to see a man abused like this when he should be enjoying his last time on this planet in peace with his grandchildren.

    IT’s all $$$ to the lifelong parasite.

  43. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    Trump again says that he won the election.
    Trump did not get m0ntifa’s memo!

    A strong suggestion from Orange Man that Trumpism will live on independently of him.
    Basically says this should become the Republican policy.

    The Don slams SCOTUS for lack of guts.
    Says fair elections reform, voter ID, and signature matching are all needed, and any Republicans who don’t understand that should be ashamed.

  44. Goanna says:

    Well OK. And how long might this take to get underway? Will they wait till the 2024 elections or something?

    Malevolent players within the deep state and international sphere would like to know that too.
    Meanwhile patriots are taking back their country.

    Wait and see.

  45. Roger says:

    The picture you’ve painted, Mother Lode, could be transposed on the situation in 1776. An ageing, greedy aristocracy lording it over a young, idealistic vassal state.

    That’s the American version, calli 😉

    We should also present the British side 🙂

    The British had a problem. After the Seven Years War the treasury was severely depleted and the tax burden on the average Britisher was at the maximum level that could be sustained without provoking civil unrest. The British proposed that the American colonies, which enjoyed the protection of their trade routes across the Atlantic and down to the West Indies courtesy the Royal Navy, should pay something into the treasury for the privilege (colonists paid next to no tax compared with the British).

    The colonists were not too happy about the idea but would reluctantly acquiesce if they were granted political representation in parliament. Conservative voices in the British administration feared that this would introduce liberal and even radical voices into the parliament and were decidedly against it. This became the sticking point over which Britain lost the American colonies, although some say that the British generals did not prosecute the war against the revolutionaries as vigorously as they could have. That refrain has been repeated as empires have fought insurgencies ever since.

    That Seven Years War that started it all? Tensions between the British and French empires in north America were always high, but the war was sparked with an unprovoked attack on the French by a headstrong colonial colonel named George Washington.

  46. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    Whoah, Trump wanting to break up Big Tech monopolies.
    It’s not exactly fascist but it is opposed to free market mechanisms. Sad!

    Trump naming the names of the doublecrosser RINOs!

  47. Snoopy says:

    Monty

    Everyone else says Joe’s a boring centrist, but Trump makes him sound exciting.

    Identify just twelve.

  48. Professor Fred Lenin says:

    The decromat line up, paedo biden ,botox pelosi, nappy nadler ,no neck schitt , crazy cortez , crooked clinton ,hat a line up!
    Now they are making millionsof illegals decromat voters and very cheap labour for the mongrels who own all the politicians body and soul .
    You wouldnt pee on them if they were on fire, scum of the earth .
    DECROMATS MAKE AMERICA SAFE FOR DECROMACY ( whatever the hell that is .)

  49. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    Trump reminds the crowd that he endorsed Mitch McConnell, the crowd boos and Trump gulps! It was a mistake. He knows it. You know it. Everybody knows it.

  50. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    Orange Man will be “summoning spirits of pioneers”. Has Don gone full occult? 😀

  51. miltonf says:

    They don’t call the demonrats the evil party for nothing. Bit of an understatement really.

  52. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    Groundtrump Day is over, Trump is not even committing to becoming President again (only working to elect other Trumpism candidates), the Groundtrump did not see his own shadow government, so the verdict must be that Biden has nothing to worry about from Trump himself and the Biden winter will continue.

    Anyone else get the feeling that Jim Jordan is the Republican presidential candidate that Trump was alluding to?

  53. thefrollickingmole says:

    Monty

    Everyone else says Joe’s a boring centrist

    He and his party believe women can have penises and should be allowed to use womens facilities.

    Thats just mad.
    Why do you support madness?

  54. gavalanche says:

    i would like to propose a new ‘duel’ law
    anyone insulting anyone else can be called out for a duel
    weapon choice by mutual consent
    that would be awesome, and potentially a new reality tv show that would actually be worth watching

  55. Anyone else get the feeling that Jim Jordan is the Republican presidential candidate that Trump was alluding to?

    No.
    The feeling – indisputably – is that without Trump the republican party is nothing.
    It is four years until the next election for the great white chief.
    Indisputably Trump is the master of how to win Presidential elections.

    He’s lining up to be the first man in 80 years to win three consecutive presidential elections.

  56. In reference to the anal swabbing incident, I wonder what next week will bring in the contest to make the US look weak?
    It was done primarily to show the world that the O’Biden/Harris administration won’t stand up for itself, its employees, its allies, or the US people in general.
    I wonder if it’s an attempt to get a couple of minor players to attack US interests so the arms makers can have another lucrative war?
    Nah.
    It’s just the Left advertising how much they hate the ideals that made America great.

  57. rickw says:

    This thread is great! Cry more, losers. Keep whining, it is beautiful music.

    Munty’s beautiful music is the whistle and thud of Raytheon munitions being dropped on brown people by the deep state.

  58. rickw says:

    TBH … I’d keep him away from his grandchildren.

    Exactly, hell no! I’m even worried for his dog, let alone grandchildren.

  59. m0nty says:

    Anyone else get the feeling that Jim Jordan is the Republican presidential candidate that Trump was alluding to?

    Sure why not, take a strong stand against kid fiddling by nominating the dude who enabled a rock spider to commit hundreds of sexual assaults at Ohio State.

  60. Judge Dredd says:

    Yes, which will only accelerate civil unrest.
    And the National Guard is still “protecting” the capitol. The only regimes that need the army to protect them from their own citizen are illegitimate ones.

  61. Kneel says:

    “Anyone else get the feeling that Jim Jordan is the Republican presidential candidate that Trump was alluding to?”

    The current Florida Governor, Ron De Santis, would be an excellent choice if Trump himself can’t or won’t run. Like DJT, he calls out both the MSM narrative and the Dems policy disasters. And, of course, has great common sense.

  62. Boambee John says:

    The last time munty had this many orgasms was when he was going full Wussia, Wussia, Wussia, aaaany daaaay nooow, Muellerween, chatter on lefty blogs is Trump is about to be arrested, and much more.

    That went so well for him!

  63. Colonel:

    Whoah, Trump wanting to break up Big Tech monopolies.
    It’s not exactly fascist but it is opposed to free market mechanisms. Sad!

    Are you kidding?
    The market protection was provided by government!
    The big boys of the communications monopolies depend on the protection they get from their lobbyists in Washington – if they were slammed with the antitrust legislation they paid to amend the laws, they’d be broke in a month.

  64. another ian says:

    Re miltonf says:
    March 1, 2021 at 9:07 am
    “I should have added that the left has shown that it loves multinationals, loves the Washington war machine and hates industrial blue collar workers. All that concern about the working classes must have been all lies.”

    Well for years that other song went

    “The working class may kiss my arse
    I’ve got a bludger’s job at last – – “

  65. Anne says:

    No gold fringe on the flag behind President Trump today.

    You know what that means. 😘

  66. dasher says:

    I have this reflex reaction that America will always find a way out…think McCarthyism…but one has to be a real optimists to see how in the present climate. The system is rotten to the core and maybe it will finally destroy itself. If the policies of Biden are anything to go by they will certainly give those quiet Americans something to focus on…has there ever been a more distinctive difference between the sides? and today at CPAC Trump capitalised on it brilliantly.

  67. Jannie says:

    The Fat Fascist Fool is a useful reminder to decent people of the venality of the so called Left. Without him him we might forget, or I might anyway, since I ignore the MSM.

    The venom of the snake is used to develop the cure for snakebite.

  68. Colonel Crispin Berka says:

    Winston, no, are you kidding?
    Preventing communications services from being sued for content they transmit to a user on behalf of another user is a good idea and simply extends to newer services what has been classically enjoyed by telephone companies. That’s the protection FCC Section 230 gives them. That the only thing s230 gives them. It does not give them any of the “monopoly” protection you’re talking about, though it is the only section Trump has been (mistakenly?) talking about repealing as a response.

    I don’t know what relevant protection you think they even have by government fiat because services like Facebook and Twitter have been and are currently being sued (in contract law, for violation of their own TOS) by people such as Steven Crowder. That wouldn’t be legally possible if they had the protection you seem to be alluding to.
    So what protection are you talking about and what makes you think the Tech Troika have it?

    There are competitors to Facebook, Twitter, Google Search, and Youtube. Companies like Gab, Rumble, Telegram, Vimeo, Bing/DDG/Yahoo etc. None of them had to apply for an Internet Company License because they don’t exist, and none had to license the use of any patents to operate. Does not appear to be any government-backed exclusivity rights behind the FB/G/T/YT position (though it has been argued FB got a lot of CIA money in an early investment round). The new players have just not gained market share. Their inability to attract users away from the incumbents must be in part due to most users not caring about the speech bias/cancellation issues as much as activists do.

  69. John A says:

    Colonel Crispin Berka says: March 1, 2021, at 10:43 am

    Groundtrump Day is over, Trump is not even committing to becoming President again (only working to elect other Trumpism candidates)

    Good strategy which engages grassroots supporters. This would mean there are too many targets for the Demonrats to hate, and Trump himself can only serve one more term anyway. Building a sustainable, widespread political force is necessary, as those elites in the swamp have been at it since FDR days (or should I say, Frankfurt School & Stalin days).

    To properly “take back the nation” will take time and they need to keep it up for the next twenty years at least. Enough time to clean out the education system from bottom to top. As momentum builds there, attitudes in the broader local communities and then businesses, including Wall Street, will shift as they see how the wind is blowing.

  70. 1735099 says:

    As they see how the wind is blowing.

    To misquote Dylan, the following is what is blowing in the wind –
    At home –
    1. Changing demographics which will disadvantage traditional Republican supporters.
    2. An ageing and diminishing middle class which will do the same.
    3. A gradual, but consistent, migration from flyover country to urban environments.
    4. An increasing gap between rich and poor, and the growth of an angry underclass.
    5. A dearth of manufacturing jobs (blame technology, as much as offshoring jobs) and an expanding service sector.
    6. An armed population.
    Abroad –
    1. A rampant China which has no regard for US public opinion.
    2. A rampant China which will overtake the USA within the next decade as the most powerful economy on the globe.
    3. The declining prestige of the USA in Europe, and worldwide.
    It’s probably irrelevant who the next president will be, or which party is in power.

    Lincoln (when he addressed the youth of the Lyceum) warned that the Republic was more likely to be destroyed from within, than by a foreign power. At that time, of course, there was no assertive China. When there are simultaneously threats from within and a hostile external environment, Lincoln’s prophecy may no longer hold.

  71. Bushkid says:

    Bruce of Newcastle says:
    March 1, 2021 at 7:30 am
    ….
    The truth is that the Dems stole the election because they thought only they could save the world. That equation has not changed.

    Actually Bruce of N, I don’t see them as believing only they can save the world, but that they want to OWN the world, and are determined to do so, and will do whatever it takes as often as it takes and as long as it takes to accomplish that.

    They’re not satisfied with having more than enough already, of either money or power, and want all that there is of both. Forever.

  72. The Sheriff says:

    The Chinese don’t need to do anything, they just need to stand quietly by while the American globalist left plunge the USA into Civil War.

  73. yarpos says:

    The continuing presence of armed troops and razor wire in the Capitol would lead a reasonable observer to think a coup was underway. The buyers remorse for half (ish) of the voters must be quite palpable by now, there they are with the prospect of Madame Cackles for President probably sooner rather than later. What a disaster it has all been for the USA.

  74. nb says:

    I didn’t do it,
    nobody saw me do it,
    there’s no way you can prove anything.
    Bart Simpson

  75. Viva says:

    The Fat Fascist Fool

    Silence in reply to a fool is still an answer

  76. Chris M says:

    No gold fringe on the flag behind President Trump today. You know what that means.

    Actually I for one don’t. It’s made cheap in China or something?

  77. Goanna says:

    Thomas Wictor @[email protected]
    Elements–two aircraft flying together–and singletons.

    All headed to Vandenberg Air Force Base.

    NONE showed up on the tracking sites.

    Vandenberg is home to the 30th Space Wing.

    And the Combined Force Space Component Command (CFSCC)

    And the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, Detachment 804.

    Criminal and counterterror investigators.

  78. Anne says:

    Chris M, it means the united States of America is no longer a corporation under the jurisdiction of Admiralty Law.

    Trump bankrupted and dissolved the US CORPORATION and America is once again a Republic.

    Short explanation. 👇🏻

    The Act of 1871.

    http://www.federaljack.com/slavery-by-consent-the-united-states-corporation/

  79. Anne says:

    Chris M, apropos the gold fringed flag, I just stumbled across this graphic. 👍🏻

    https://t.me/officialcharliewardshow/4541

  80. Chris M says:

    Thanks Anne, I’ll check it out.

    Your avatar is cool, haha it’s like a pussy cat hacking up a hairy ball?

  81. Goanna says:

    Trump has filed a number of bankruptcies for his businesses.

    In the Presidential Debste 2015 he said “virtually every person that you read about on the front page of the business sections, they’ve used the [bankruptcy] law.”

    The thought of sending the corporation of the USA into bankruptcy would not phase him at all especially if it meant pulling a swifty on his enemies.

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  83. Anne says:

    Your avatar is cool, haha it’s like a pussy cat hacking up a hairy ball?

    Hair balls? 😳

    Those are pearls, Chris. Pearls of wisdom.

  84. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Actually Bruce of N, I don’t see them as believing only they can save the world, but that they want to OWN the world

    Bushkid – Project Veritas managed to video two Bernie staffers. Both volunteered their fear of global warming without knowing that they were being recorded. That was a window into the mindset of the far-left wing of the Democrat Party. And now the far-left are running the Administration with Joe as their friendly facade.

  85. Chris Harper says:

    Boambee John says:
    March 1, 2021 at 8:57 am

    Or to put it in Marxist-Leninist terms, the US (like the Soviet Union in the mid-1980s) is now in a pre-revolutionary situation.

    Or more to the point, after ~240 years of the most successful revolutionary movement in history the counter revolutionary forces are gathering strength and staging a takeover. The Dems want to make the US just like the rest of the world.

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