Will Trump dispute the election results, as the corporate media suggests? Or are they preparing the U.S. public subliminally to question the validity of a Trump victory?
By RIXON STEWART
September 5, 2020
CARTOON: TRUMP WINS
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This cartoon accompanied the ‘Washington Post’ article quoted below.
According to the Washington Post the worst thing that could happen in the upcoming presidential election is that Trump refuses to accept defeat. This he might do, writes Rosa Brooks a professor at Georgetown University, by claiming that the result were rigged.
“…Trump refuses to concede, alleging on Twitter that “MILLIONS of illegal ALIENS and DEAD PEOPLE” have voted in large numbers and that the uncounted ballots are all “FAKE VOTES!!!” Social media fills with posts from Trump supporters alleging that the election has been “stolen” in a “Deep State coup,” and Trump-friendly pundits on Fox News and OAN echo the message.”
If Biden posed a real challenge Brook’s proposal might be plausible. However, Brooks proposal completely ignores a recent reputable poll that shows Trump with a comfortable lead over Biden.
This is hardly surprising given that 77-year-old Biden has repeatedly exhibited alarming signs of dementia: forgetting where he is and what he was saying. For a man who will ultimately control the world’s biggest nuclear arsenal that’s a serious cause for concern.
More to the point, the Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Friday shows that 52% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance.
Forty-eight percent (48%) disapprove.….
Barack Obama had a 47% approval rating at the same point in his presidency.
Nor should we forget that right up until the results were announced in 2016, the U.S. media had widely trumpeted an election walkover for Clinton. Despite widespread media reports that heralded a Clinton win quite the reverse happened.
More importantly, it should be noted that this website DOES NOT support President Trump or particularly trust him either. So I’m not writing this as a “Trump supporter”, but because there seems to be a concerted campaign to remove him from office, using whatever means possible.
To this end various elements are at work using a double-pronged approach. On the streets the ongoing BLM/antifa protests seem to be part of a loosely co-ordinated effort to wreak chaos, clearing the way for a new order: as in the Masonic dictum, order out of chaos.
While in the media it seems that some are intent on sowing the seeds pf disruption and doubt in the event of a Trump win. Like the Guardian’s Jonathan Freedland who, like Prof. Rosa Brooks above, suggests that barring a “Democratic landslide” Trump will use whatever means possible, legal or not, to stay in office.
Freedland and Brooks are not alone in doing this. The New York Times and Facebook have also raised the possibility that Trump will dispute the election results. Is it a coincidence that all these liberal-leaning outlets are proposing that Trump could dispute the election result to stay in office?
In effect they are sowing the seeds of insurrection in the event of a Trump win. Preparing the ground, psychologically, for BLM and antifa activists to take to the streets to stage violent protests when the results are announced.
I would suggest that this all needs to be seen in the light Pastor Dana Coverstone’s “visions” of what’s ahead in the aftermath of the November election. I’m not going to try to interpret what his dreams mean; readers should draw their own conclusions but dark times could be in store.