The Virginia governor used executive action to help put “the fix” in for Clinton.
Donald Trump has every right to call the legitimacy of this election into question. In fact, on behalf of the more than half of Americans who want no part of “crooked Hillary,” Trump has an obligation to all of us. Was not Bernie Sanders screwed by the in house Democrats keyed to the total farce of the super delegate rigged system just for starters? Rank and file democrats wanted no part of the national security risk Democratic leadership foisted upon them.
Let’s see how may disenfranchised Bernie supporters turn out to cast their vote for a woman they abhor, do not trust, and know to be 100% bought and paid for by radical Middle East Muslim oil tyrants. Have the voters taken a hard look at the rouges gallery of cash contributors to the Clinton Foundation? Why the hell does anyone think all those tens of millions of dollars poured into a foundation that didn’t benefit the discredited Bill and Hillary Clinton? Trump may well be just be getting started with this utterly disgraceful human being.
Pat Buchanan offers some terrific fuel for the fire of indignancy that is so rightly beginning to burn around Clinton’s ankles.
Pressed by moderator Chris Wallace as to whether he would accept defeat should Hillary Clinton win the election, Donald Trump replied, “I will tell you at the time. I’ll keep you in suspense.”
The establishment is horrified at the Donald’s defiance because, deep within its soul, it fears that the people for whom Trump speaks no longer accept its political legitimacy or moral authority.
It may rule and run the country, and may rig the system through mass immigration and a mammoth welfare state so that Middle America is never again able to elect one of its own. But that establishment, disconnected from the people it rules, senses, rightly, that it is unloved and even detested.
Having fixed the future, the establishment finds half of the country looking upon it with the same sullen contempt that our Founding Fathers came to look upon the overlords Parliament sent to rule them.
Establishment panic is traceable to another fear: Its ideology, its political religion, is seen by growing millions as a golden calf, a 20th-century god that has failed.
When Ben Franklin, emerging from the Philadelphia convention, was asked by a woman what kind of government they had created, he answered, “A republic, if you can keep it.”
Among many in the silent majority, Clintonian democracy is not an improvement upon the old republic; it is the corruption of it.
Consider: Six months ago, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe, the Clinton bundler, announced that by executive action he would convert 200,000 convicted felons into eligible voters by November.
If that is democracy, many will say, to hell with it.
And if felons decide the electoral votes of Virginia, and Virginia decides who is our next U.S. president, are we obligated to honor that election?