How to Lose Friends and Influence Elections

Before I am ostracized from my social circle, kicked out of my posse, removed from my crew, etc., let me say this: I want Trump to have a second term. I voted for him. Showed up at rallies for him. Had my front yard vandalized and Trump yard sign destroyed. Yes, I believe election fraud happened at some point. Yes, I believe crimes have been committed.

Got it? Okay.

That being said and out of the way, I have absolutely zero/zip/nada ounce of hope that this election will be overturned. It won’t happen. It’s not going to the Supreme Court.

Now, lets get the other stuff out of the way. I’ll say it for you: “SWINE!”, “Turncoat!”, “Traitor to the cause!”, “RINO!”, “GUTLESS COWARD!”

Heresy! Traitor! And yes, DUMBASS!

There. Feel better? Okay – now let’s talk.

This past Thursday, President Trump’s lawyers, including Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell, held a press conference in which they alleged that they have a massive pile of evidence that the presidential election was rigged and stolen, and that not only the usual voter fraud took place, hundreds of thousands of votes were added to Biden’s totals through electronic manipulation involving Dominion and SmartMatic software.

But that was just the start of it. Powell went on to lay out a complex and convoluted scheme manufactured by a team of ruthless globalists from Venezuela, China, Germany, Russia, Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, George Clinton, Bernie “America’s-fav-old-socialist” Sanders, the corpse of Hugo Chavez, and those notorious Bond villains’ Dr. No, Goldfinger, and Odd Job. And then presented not one piece of admissible court evidence. Oh boy.

In my humble, yet keen and ultra-sophisticated political assessment, it was an embarrassing shit show of monumental proportions. Not one shred of usable court evidence was revealed, and before you call me more names, let me state this: affidavits without physical evidence are rarely given serious consideration in court. I’ve heard Bigfoot sightings explained more credibly than these accusations.

Shit show watchin’

To make matters worse, Trump’s attorneys are not as detail-oriented as they need to be. An affidavit signed by Russell Ramsland, a Texas resident who is an expert on cyber security was filed by Trump attorney Lin Wood in a Georgia lawsuit, but it relates entirely to Michigan, and it is a safe bet that it has been filed in one or more cases in that state as well. Here’s another problem: the townships and precincts listed in paragraphs of the affidavit are not in Michigan. They are in Minnesota. Monticello, Albertville, Lake Lillian, Houston, Brownsville, Runeberg, Wolf Lake, Height of Land, Detroit Lakes, Frazee, Kandiyohi–these are all towns in Minnesota. 

Evidently a researcher, either Mr. Ramsland or someone working for him, was working with a database and confused “MI” for Minnesota with “MI” for Michigan. So the affidavit, which addresses “anomalies and red flags” in Michigan, is based largely, and mistakenly, on data from Minnesota.

This is the kind of thing that causes a legal case to crash and burn. Trump’s lawyers are fighting a steep uphill battle, and confusing Michigan with Minnesota will make the hill into Mt Everest. Mistakes like this can’t be made for cases like this, and severely hurt the chances for getting to the Supreme Court.

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The other issue that has not been floated, discussed, or recognized because of the severe pain in doing so is that there may just be enough stupid people in America to vote for Biden over Trump – legitimately. We may have gone beyond the tipping point from which there may be no return. This is a horrific thought, and grinds through my skull like a dull drill bit every time I ponder its merit. The downward spiral of dumbness in America has been in a free fall for years now, and may have achieved maximum velocity during this election.

Yes, there were shenanigans treasonous activities during this election, and because of the complexity and technical skills used, those responsible are probably going to get away with it. For now.

Meanwhile, it is obvious that there needs to be big change in the election process, but that will not happen at the federal level. This is where conservative Americans need to up their game. The squeaky wheel gets the oil – never forget it. For example, when less than one percent of the population who can’t figure out which bathroom to use manage to get school districts and whole states to agree and have laws passed to have your teenage girl share a locker room with a teenage boy who “feels” like a girl, patriots can surely get their collective shit together and force change regarding voting policy.

Changes in how we vote come at the county and state level. So does power in the House and Senate by electing the right people. Everyone makes a big deal about this presidential election but come the local and mid term elections, voter participation will be at 50% of what it is comparatively to this last presidential election. I know far, far too many conservatives up in arms over what happened on November 3rd, but can’t name their state reps or senators. They have no clue about when the next local election will take place. And it is a damn shame.

This is where real change begins. I have no patience when fellow Trump supporters cry, bitch, and moan yet have no idea where real and lasting changes can be made. It is at the local and state level were voting reform will – or will not – happen. There is this delusion that reform will need to come from the president or SCOTUS. Bad news – it won’t.

I have voiced my frustration for years at how conservatives sit back and watch the travesties of unconstitutional actions take place by Marxist progressives, only to shake their heads, say “Oh my!“, then do nothing more. Nothing. Many act is if these little constitutional hiccups will sort themselves out during the next election, or blindly trust their elected officials will fix things. We have only the next opportunity of the next election to get loud, vocal, and be on the political offensive, otherwise it will boil down to

Email, call, write, or pay a visit to your local elected leaders. Read/research, and educate those around you.

the same group that won the American revolution – the 6% that actually took up arms (based on army and militia counts of that time). No one wants it to come to that. Therefore, a vast majority of people we all know must soon get off their ignorant sports watching, beer drinking, America’s-Got-Talent loving asses and get an eFFin’ clue.

Let this be the start of the great awakening. No one is going to get things done politically for you. Your kids, while on our Boomer and Gen X’er watch, have been sent to re-education camps disguised as schools and institutions of higher learning. We now have a society filled with Millennials and Gen Z’ers that have been told America ain’t that great, and it never was. Socialism is fashionably chic. All the cool kids are down with it. This is what we are facing as a society.

This is where you and I come in. Start using your sphere of influence to get people motivated. Educate those with their head in the sand. It will be up to us to do some heavy lifting in the next 2 to 4 years, but it can be done. The blind optimism holding out for this election to be over turned is wasted time. If it happens, GREAT! Wonderful! Super! Hot damn! Rub my face in my dire prediction. Laugh at me in public. I will never be happier to be wrong. If the election stands, we have some very serious shit to do and we need to get better at it – NOW.

Published by Raison D'etre

Defender of truth, justice, and the American way of unbridled capitalism. Shameless promoter of American exceptionalism. A connoisseur of wine and fine spirits, and food critic and consultant to the worlds finest chefs. A lot of fun at parties. Knows many attorneys. Loves bacon, margaritas, and firearms.

4 thoughts on “How to Lose Friends and Influence Elections

  1. Quite interesting . Sadly, I agree and Trumps lawyers have not presented an actual fact. How about the film footage at TCF in Detroit? How about all the videos??


    1. Yes those videos are concerning, and raise questions. Plenty of them. But they still give no credible evidence to the charge of actual voter fraud. Thank you for playing. Be sure to get a copy of the home game when you leave.


  2. Great Awakening? I’d be super-chuffed if there was a Moderate New Awareness.

    The levels of re-education are staggering, and the levels of re-re-education needed to overcome the astonishingly ingrained government education on non-rational topics, with the restriction that truth serum can only be dosed through a biased social media, and only in 6-9 second bursts, make the task before us possibly improbable.

    Even if the media were unbiased, the number of people that actually watch the news is a small fraction of our youth, the new source has become Billy the Blogger and his now 280 Twitter characters, and Muffy’s 93rd Snapchat pic of her (just the morning) and the bathroom mirror.

    2022 will be interesting. The fact that we may still be locked down by a CDC that has held every side of the pandemic debate as insoluble truth as the MSM collectively praises Biden’s basement as the epicenter of Operation Warp Speed and the Salk-ian eradication of a tainted bat soup hysteria, I believe the free in-kind donations of Zuck and Jack may be hardest obstacle to overcome.

    But as you say: Try we must. Red made some unexpected headway towards the Pelosi retirement fund, and that needs to happen in just 2 years.

    What we need, and won’t get, is a 3rd party (and a 4th and a 5th…). Gridlock is the word that is emerging as the word of the year, and if Cocaine Mitch can drag those old wing-tips for one more cycle, maybe we can take advantage of this home schooling gift.


  3. Hey King – remember the old 80/20 rule. 80% of the work will be done by 20% of us. As I said, it will the START of the great awakening the sooner we roll up our sleeves. And now, to satisfy your carnivorous appetite for lib/progressive flesh, here’s a little kibble for ya: the down ballot elections in many states was BLOOD red. This is a start, and we need to stoke the passions (OK, sorry. It sounded good – at least get the bulb above the head flickering) of the electorate that are moving in the correct direction.


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