Wednesday, November 18, 2020

How the Founders Outsmarted the Presidential Election Fraudsters

Who chooses the President of the United States?

asks Gary Gindler. Head over to his blog to get an uplift from reading his post on how The Founders Outsmarted the Presidential Election Fraudsters.

This question is by no means rhetorical.  For example, the mass disinformation media has chosen Joe Biden as the winner of the 2020 election.  Many people liked this news, but I must disappoint them – the television broadcasters have, according to the U.S. Constitution, nothing to do with who will live in the White House for the next four years.

Maybe the Supreme Court chooses the President? No, the Constitution does not provide for this.  Could it be that the citizens of America choose their President? Following the U.S. Constitution, no.  So, who then chooses the President?

Before answering this question, let us note that, contrary to popular misconception, the President of the United States is not a representative of the American people.  State legislators and governors are representatives of the people, and at the federal level so are the members of the House of Representatives of the United States Congress.  (Currently, senators are also representatives of the people, but before the ratification of the 17th Amendment to the Constitution in 1913, they were appointed by state legislators).  So, who does the President of America represent?

The President of the United States of America, according to the Constitution, represents state legislators’ interests and no one else.

 … There is nothing reprehensible in this – after all, the President of America is not the representative of the American people.  He is the representative of state legislators.  

  … Why did the Founding Fathers of the United States give state legislators such unprecedented power? Because most of the Founding Fathers were geniuses with impressive foresight.  They did not know precisely when this would happen, but they knew it would eventually happen: the election’s published results would have nothing to do with how the citizens voted.

This is exactly what happened in 2020.

Of course, there have been falsifications in the counting of votes in America before.  However, in 2020, the Democrats went all-in with a scam, and for the first time in American history, they were close to success.  Actually, they simply had no other choice.  They knew very well that another Trump term would be enough to crush the American left to its core.  (However, even if Trump does not manage to stay in the White House, his departure from politics will be such that the left will not be envied.)

Now, more than a week after the elections, it is already clear what the Trump team is doing.  They are working in two directions.

As Instapundit would say, read the whole thing…

Tuesday, November 17, 2020

An Interview in The Paris Globalist with a Conservative Blogger in France

The global affairs magazine of Sciences Po Paris, the Paris Globalist, has published An interview with a Republican in France by Malthe Hangaard Dahl, “America is divided between fairy tales and facts”.

Excerpt from an outstanding article taken from a conversation that lasted some 55 minutes in all:

“America is divided between those who believe in fairy tales and those who believe in facts. The Democrats believe in fairy tales. They believe that every four years they have some knight in shiny armor going against Adolf Hitler. They believe they have some Messiah. Be it Lenin, Stalin, Che Guevara or Barack Obama.”