Good Morning!— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) January 16, 2021
This finding yesterday by Mr. @NolteNC below is confirmed by our competitor @Gallup - https://t.co/UBK1bXrKqB https://t.co/NAnwq7h4jp pic.twitter.com/Q80BMPrVBW
Now here's what they SHOULD be staying awake over. Except, of course, the Deep State knows who's REALLY in charge:
The leader of the free world, President of the most powerful country in history.— shipwreckedcrew (@shipwreckedcrew) January 17, 2021
I'm feel ok about the next four years....
If only I knew who was really in charge. https://t.co/pE21l3YmXH
And just because it's so great:
Most Popular President In History To Be Inaugurated In Secret Behind Giant Wall Guarded By Thousands Of Soldiers https://t.co/zczBzvjJP8— The Babylon Bee (@TheBabylonBee) January 18, 2021
The communist parties in the USSR and Eastern European countries were very unpopular but they remained in power for decades.ReplyDelete
Sadly, I suspect the Deep State isn't afraid or worried. All they have to do is prevent the state GOP in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin from tightening up the mail ballot rules and the Deep State Dems will win the presidency for as long as conservatives continue to vote for feckless state RINOs.
One serious problem is that the GOP has been infested with leftists who pretend to be conservative, only to betray the people who voted them into office. When they reveal their duplicity, they resign and another fake conservative takes his place. A classic example of that was the Meijer, the GOP congressman who replaced Justin Amash. Amash called for Trump to be impeached. He left office and was replaced by Meijer, who actually did vote to impeach Trump.
Yeah, why would the Deep State be afraid or worried, when, in due course, they'll also be able to flood FL & TX with 3rd world immigrants.Delete
Soviet state used fear to stay in power or at least the illusion of power. That all ended with Chernobyl. The accident could not be hidden, tho they tried their best. In the end the illusion faded and so did the Eastern Bloc.Delete
It’s sad when the Babylon bee is more truthful than the msm.ReplyDelete
The ones wetting their beds are the ones afraid they committed political suicide.
- Those running in the midterms, mostly gop, who attacked Trump, and Trump won their district / state.
- internet giants - they terrified everyone with different politics and there will be huge blowback.
- Fox News
- Lincoln Project
Ones that should be afraid, but are too arrogant / full of hubris are:
- msm for this showed how little influence they had.
- Big business that’s othering Trump supporters. You don’t want to alienate 79 million customers. Just imagine if Trump did the type of Economic warfare he pioneered against Iran, China, etc. against anti Trump companies with boycotts.
The big question is what will Trump as an ex President?
Ray, isn't it true though? I think it was 18 months or so ago that Professor Glenn Reynolds dubed the Bee as America's Newspaper of Record.Delete
The Lincoln project are the big losers. One of them is heading to Isrtael to oppose Netanyahu. The poor fool, Trump is extremely popular in Israel. Linoln project loser is doomed to failure.Delete
Watching Scott Adams today, he made a good point, that the Left is worried now.ReplyDelete
For a year, Leftists have burned and rioted, with seemingly no adverse consequences.
Now they have seen the Right can summon hundreds of thousands and riot as well, and it scares them.
The question is, how long will the Right remain tolerant?
It will reach a point of mass action. The US capitol was still an activist few. But the Dems are doubling down on their oppression. If they keep this up, we will see this in other states. What I hope for is peaceful leadership that can harness this frustration. Activities like general strikes, boycotts, and peaceful protests are what is needed. If what happens instead is an uncontrolled mob like we saw at the capitol, I fear dark days are ahead. The antifa folks will be at any demonstration to provoke violence (just like some were at the capitol), so perhaps a safer way to let our opinion be known is boycotts and general strikes.Delete
Yeah, it should've been obvious to DJT, that antiFa etc.would sabotage the Capitol event, yet he let it happen, w/o ensuring that he had effective defenses vs. any such maneuvers.Delete
All mass gatherings in specific locales are putty, for (the pals of) the DS.
And, assume that *anyone* advocating *any* violence is a DS shill.Delete
If there is any truth to early reporting that Trump was reluctant to call in a response to handle the escalating violence, then he does deserve some legitimate blame. But I just don't buy the argument that refusing to accept the results is equivalent to incitement. Hillary Clinton has not to this date accepted the Trump election. Shall we impeach her too?Delete
Except the Trump supporters didn't riot. That was Anifa goons. Notice who is being arrested. Antifa goons.Delete
How do they keep Biden under wraps for the next four years? The guy is a walking talking zombie. He can't answer more than a few questions before shambling away to be coddled by his handlers. This is who was 'elected' president? What a mess...ReplyDelete
They only have to make it work until 1-21-23, then Kamala takes over.Delete
As he himself confessed recently on camera, Biden will have a conflict with Harris and suddenly get sick and retired. Apparently those are his instructions. He also acknowledged on camera before the election, that this is the Harris Campaign.Delete
I remember Tansu Ciller of Turkey, Benazir Butto of Pakistan, Dilma Rousseff of Brazil, all first woman leaders of their countries and all came to be in questionable conditions. I think there are others such as Peron of Argentina that I don't remember well. Each of these without winning an election as in Ciller's case, or winning very close like the last one in US, undoubtedly with some intervention, probably from CIA.
Finally US is about to get the same treatment, by the same organization.
If you think about the intersectionality, Harris is perfect as a tool. A female Obama, who is as much disliked as Hillary by the population thus absolutely dependent on her masters, and unrivaled in corruption and even perversion.
I barely am able to hold my urge to puke, every time I think of it, but that's the reality now.
He also acknowledged on camera that they built the largest election fraud organization in history.Delete
"...Harris is perfect as a tool."Delete
That's why they will wait until 1-21-23 to install her. She will be eligible to hold office for 10 straight years. By the time that run is complete they will have so thoroughly debased the idea of constitutionally limited gov't legitimacy will be whatever whomever is in power says it is. Like today but harder.
There are some who believe Susan Rice is pulling the strings. If that's the case, then Biden could remain the figurehead for longer than expected.Delete
Indeed. Lest we forget a fact more astonishing than the choice of Harris as VP: Rice was on Biden’s list of potential candidates.Delete
Ric Grenell said yesterday that Susan Rice is the one to watch. It is his belief that she will be the shadow president.Delete
As for Benazir Bhutto, she was elected twice - not to consecutive terms. Muslims were against her holding that office because it was “against Islam” for a woman to hold such a position. Bhutto was in favor of Pakistan’s becoming a free-market democracy. Margaret Thatcher provided her model. She was eventually assassinated.
Eva Peron was effectively co-president with husband Juan and “inherited” her office after he died.
I don’t see a woman's being elected president in the United States for a long, long time. There is such ingrained misogyny (many may deny but it is very apparent on forums and comments after news articles) that I believe it is unlikely that any woman could prevail. I am not a raging feminist nor a believer in identity politics. Just interested in having the best person possible in the Oval Office. Kamala Harris is far, far, far from “best person” status. The bottom of the barrel, IMO.
I wouldn’t be surprised if Valerie Jarrett was still pulling the strings. She pulled Obama’s; why not Biden's and his administration’s? She lived in the White House, in the second floor family residence. Does she still live and office at the Obamas’ Kalorama house as she did when they first moved there? Does anyone know?Delete
"I don’t see a woman's being elected president in the United States for a long, long time."Delete
You forget we live in a post franchise era. Rice may well run things, certainly until 1-21-23, and the Ministry of Uniparty Propaganda will nurse Joe until then, but they need a figurehead. Kamala is certainly vacuous enough to fill that role and finish Joe's term, then be "elected" two of her own. That keeps things simple; and besides it'll be hard to find someone more pliable and willing to stay "bought" than Kamala. Most anyone else might get ideas about being smart enough to actually be in charge of something and cause difficulties, not so rack-back-Kamala.
I wonder if they will try a Mancurian candidate type take over.Delete
"I don’t see a woman's being elected president in the United States for a long, long time."
That's precisely why a woman will be installed in US, a hated one. In fact the more hated, the better. It was supposed to nw Hillary, but Trump accident happened.
Americans are not even close to being biased against a female leader compared to Turks or Pakistanis, they are muslims you know. Islam as a religion openly advices against female leaders. Yet those countries got one each, installed for them. And in Bhutto's case, she was as much elected as Biden is.
This is ideological subversion as Bezmenov described.
Speaking of the deep state.....ReplyDelete
Well Gosh, the most bi-partisan committee on the Hill, Marco will have his say, right?Delete
Somehow I doubt the new level of 'security' in DC will relax after tomorrow. It seems to me it will remain for the great senate impeachment trial of Trump. A different pot of taxpayer dollars would have to pay for that, however... Wouldn't want any protests to mar the kangaroo court's questionable constitutional proceedings.ReplyDelete
What will happen is the creation of a subsidiary force, probably out of either the Secret Service or FBI, of secret police that will follow the pattern of the SS, originally merely a body guard for Adolph Hitler, growing and expanding until until dominating the DoJ, imagine the Cheka with social media and the NSA in their pocket, and replete with armored divisions. The left is not very imaginative. The old is always new to them.Delete
Popular anger + repression = internment campsDelete
In the age of ChiCom Croup they will have a more civic oriented name like Responsible Public Health Education Retreat (pronounced 'reefer'). Unfortunately, since its population will consist of "deniers" of one sort or another (lockdown science, mask science, AGCC science, electoral science, the science of Eurasia's existential threat, trans science, delivered science on any subject) the CCP-SARS-2 mortality rate will be high.