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One Disaster After Another
By Todd Strandberg
The worst possible outcome of the Georgia vote took place. Radical Democrats by hook or by crook now control the presidency, both houses of Congress, and nearly all media. If they move to pack the Supreme Court, we will become a one-party-rule nation. The Republican Party is dead of its own incompetence.
Voters in Georgia had an easy decision to make about basic financial mathematics. If you vote Democrat, you collect $2,000. If you vote Republican, you don’t collect $2,000. The Republicans, having already given trillions over the past year, thought they were reasonable in rejecting the $2,000 stimulus check.
Mitch McConnell will soon be the minority leader because he failed to realize that an election is an advanced auction of stolen goods. People didn’t need to “Advance to Go” to collect $2,000. All they needed to do was to vote Democrat.
Goldman Sachs expects another big stimulus package to the tune of $750 billion in the near term now that Democrats have taken the Senate. We are now set to have a $7 trillion deficit within a year’s time.
The Democrats clearly have some type of well-oiled machine that allows them to magically pull out a win by the narrowest of margins. In the November elections, Trump was leading Pennsylvania by 200,000 votes, then suddenly a big democratic county came along, which gave Biden a lead of a few thousand. The same thing happened in three other states, and it happened again in the second round of the Georgia elections. Both Republican candidates had a lead of 50,000 to 100,000 votes. After most Republican counties were reporting 95% of their vote total, Dekalb County shows up with just enough votes to give the Democrats a double win.
The storming of Capitol Hill by Trump supporters was incredibly foolish. At that point, there was no way to change the outcome of the electoral college vote. Vice President Mike Pence was presiding over a purely ceremonial role. If changes were to be made, they had to be made back in the states.
The events of last week bring to mind the shooting at the United States Capitol in 1954. It was an attack by four Puerto Rican nationalists; they shot 30 rounds from semi-automatic pistols from the visitor gallery of the House of Representatives chamber. They wanted to highlight their desire for Puerto Rican independence from US rule.
Because of the 1954 attack, security on Capitol Hill was greatly increased. When our country was young, you could walk right up to the White House and make an appointment to meet the president. Today, White House security resembles a super-max prison. This latest attack will only work to turn Washington, DC, into a military complex that is totally isolated from the people it represents.
My greatest fear for the future of America is civil war. Now that the Democrats are back in power, they have the means to pass laws that will shred our basic rights. People on both sides are so radicalized, a state of open warfare is only a matter of time. The only common agreement is that anyone who urges Americans to exercise restraint is viewed as an enemy.
Senator Chuck Schumer never misses a chance to wildly exaggerate events. He compares Wednesday’s chaos to Pearl Harbor:
“Franklin Roosevelt set a day aside that will live in infamy. Unfortunately, we can now add January 6, 2021, to that very short list of dates in American history that will live forever in infamy.”
These people were a bunch of clowns who didn’t have any idea what they were trying to achieve. The most shocking thing is how easily they were able to invade the building.
Schumer’s Pearl Harbor II will quickly fade when the next mob that storms Capitol Hill comes armed with AR-15s. It won’t take anything like the meltdown of the dollar to trigger an insurrection. No one could have predicted that the killing of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police officers would have been the spark to last year’s riots.
When we ended 2020, many people expected it to be the worst year of their life. I don’t share this optimistic view. I think by June, we might remember 2020 as a time of relative tranquility. The Bible predicts that the lead-up to the rapture will be marked by things progressively getting worse. This pattern is so well established, end-time prophecy is the only explanation for our prolonged run of bad luck.
“For nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom, and there will be famines and earthquakes in various places. All these are but the beginning of the birth pains” (Matthew 24:7-8).