We have a contested election in which fully half the country believes the President is a sore loser, needlessly prolonging the inevitable victory of Joe Biden, while the other half is convinced that the election was stolen by an unimaginably large and complex cast of conspirators.
The President’s defenders have amassed a virtual mountain of evidence consisting of hundreds of sworn witness affidavits, surveillance video showing illegal activity and the demonstrable fact that several state legislators were bypassed, contrary to the U.S. Constitution, in states where the election rules were changed by individuals who lacked the authority to do so.
A great many law suits were filed but not a one resulted in any court allowing the evidence to be presented, instead they were all dismissed on procedural grounds. Even the Supreme Court refused to hear a case brought by the State of Texas on the grounds of lack of standing despite the fact that The Supreme Court is the only court in the land that has jurisdiction over suits involving state against state. It has been reported that Chief Justice Roberts declined to hear the case, not based on standing or merit but out of fear that there would be riots if the court actually did it’s duty.
This entire farce has been likened to Orwell’s “1984” or perhaps, “Animal Farm.” I would submit that it is really more akin to Lewis Carroll’s “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.”
There is absolutely no defensible logic employed when, in the face of obvious violations of that once sacred document, our Constitution, the Supreme Court refuses to hear arguments because of a fear of riots. I can’t speak for anyone other than myself but I feel that it is tantamount to accepting mob rule. If the election was honest then for Heaven’s sake let it play out in the courts.
Hate Donald Trump, love Donald Trump. I don’t care. I served this country for ten years in the military. At each enlistment renewal I swore an oath to uphold and defend the constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic. I believed in America then and still do today but if this fiasco is allowed to come to an end without any of the evidence ever being heard then that republic described by Franklin will truly be lost.
On the other hand, if the Democratic machine truly won the election why then the reluctance to allow any examination of the evidence? It would seem that both sides would agree that an honest look at the facts, presented in a court of law, would vindicate the winner’s stance no matter which side prevailed.
Instead we get Donald Trump portrayed as the Jabberwock, whiffling through the tulgey wood and Joe Biden as the beamish boy, armed with his vorpal sword.
Please do not read this as an attack of the former VP, rather it is a cry for light to be shone on those on both sides of the political spectrum who have massively profited from corruption while supposedly rendering service to the nation. They, and the vast army of like minded kleptocrats, the main stream media and the big tech oligarchs, all of whom seem to want this nation to contain only two classes, the wealthy ruling class and subservient peasants, grateful for the government handouts that will serve only to maintain them in poverty.
I do not want to live in a third world nation, controlled by an openly corrupt leadership class but if we do not demand that the truth be definitively determined to the satisfaction of both sides of the political division, if this election goes into the history books without a mutually satisfactory resolution, we will never regain honest governance.
The anti-Trump faction may very well slay it’s Jabberwock but the world of Carroll’s “Through the Looking Glass” will become our permanent reality.