11-10 Politically Incorrect Daily

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Social Media Posts of the Day

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Quote of the Day

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Message of the Day

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Random Thoughts on the Election

It was obviously a disappointing night for conservatives/libertarians. Republicans simply made way too many mistakes in the election. Lindsay Graham ensured high Democratic base turnout with his ill-timed abortion bill. Too many candidates with baggage were nominated. And Republicans, while emphasizing obviously high-priority issues, didn’t adequately point out solutions. There should have been a 10-point Contract with America or something that became a centerpiece of Republican talking points. When you simply point out problems with your opponents without solutions, it just sounds like whiny bitching.

One thing in particular that was nearly completely left off campaigns was Covid. Why, why, why didn’t Republicans emphasize the tyrannical regimes that forced us into unconstitutional lockdowns & mandates, trashed the economy, and suppressed speech for millions of Americans? Why not pin every Democrat down on what they would do during the next variant of the Plandemic sure to hit as winter begins? Dems would be forced to admit they would indeed follow all the same measures that didn’t work the first time. If nothing else, it would make them sound like bumbling idiots as they’d try to defend their “my body, my choice” hypocrisy. Governor DeSantis, who led perhaps the most anti-Fauci policies in the nation, absolutely crushed his opponent, winning by almost 20% in a state won twice by Obama. Instead, Whitmer, Walz, Evers, Newsom, Hochul, and the rest of the Covid dictators are back for another term, so if you live in those areas, prepare yourself and your kids for another 4 years in Covidistan. We’re past the election, so they all can stop pretending they care about our freedom or quality of life.

I’m sure most right-leaning voters are wondering how much cheating went on in this election. For the vast majority of the country, I believe the voting process is fair and reliable. If you look at a map by county in every national election, about 95 percent of the area is won by Republicans, with only small specks of blue in the big cities. AS for those cities, I have ZERO confidence in the voter integrity. They’re ALWAYS the places with the least amount of auditing & voter verification, and the percentages that go Democrat are insanely one-sided…usually 85-90 percent. So to win a state, the rest of the counties have to win big enough margins to overcome those rigged margins. We’re obviously a pretty evenly divided country, so to put the 85-90 percent number in perspective, consider the election of 1984, where Reagan won 49 states, only missing a perfect sweep by a few thousand votes in Mondale’s home state of Minnesota. Even in that shellacking, Reagan only won about 59 percent of the vote. The Mob, corrupt labor unions, and the Democratic Party have been in bed with each other for most of the last century, so they’ve become specialists at fixing inner city results. Do you really think shitholes like Philadelphia, Baltimore, Detroit, and Chicago would keep electing the same party for decades if the voting was legit?

I didn’t want to say anything before the election since I didn’t want to discourage people from voting, especially in the majority of the country where voting is fair, but I think this sudden Democratic strategy of squealing about “election deniers” was a pre-emptive strike, as they knew their cheating plans were enough to bake in the results. Biden, Obama, Hillary, etc. and every mainstream media outlet all came out with the same obviously-coordinated talking points. They knew. Most Republicans and conservative media were talking about a big red wave, so why would conservatives want to deny elections? Local elections do matter though, and Republicans did in fact do well in these, so please don’t give up on voting entirely. Many of us simply underestimated how bad things have to get in America for the voter backlash to be enough to overcome the big city cheating.

People reading this blog—think about how much you dislike Joe Biden. Well, unfortunately, about 55 percent of the county feels that strongly or worse about Donald Trump. It’s no big surprise when you consider the media has run daily hit pieces on him for 7 years, Democrats have been investigating him for 6 years, teachers & the entertainment industry hate him, and Big Tech has ensured conservative counter points are suppressed. It’s too much to overcome, and when Trump had the bully pulpits of the White House and Twitter following, instead of calmly using humor, logic, and persuasion (as Reagan did), he spent most of his time lashing out with personal attacks. This only engrained the hatred more. Biden won’t be running in 2024, but I’m sorry to say, whoever they do put up will almost definitely defeat Trump if he’s the Republican nominee. He’s even alienating his most loyal allies. The fact that Trump is already taking shots at the most popular governor in the country simply to strengthen himself for the primary leads me to suspect it really is about him, and not what’s best for the country or conservative movement. Don’t get me wrong–I would still choose Trump over Biden in a heartbeat, but there’s a big differece between supporting the man’s policies and supporting him personally. Outside of Republican strongholds, the candidates who embraced Trump a little too much struggled Tuesday.

But Election Day is over. I’m not optimistic the open races will go to the Republicans, but I guess try to emphasize the good where you can. The next two years definitely won’t be pretty, but Biden has at least some checks on his power. Keep up the fight!

Other Links That May Interest You

Trump Stuns By Celebrating Key GOP Senate Loss
The Big Con: How the American Public Is Being Bamboozled by Joe Biden and the Democrats – Ed Brodow
Joe Biden Meme Gallery 4
Climate Change & Global Warming Meme Gallery 2
Hillary Clinton Meme Gallery

2 thoughts on “11-10 Politically Incorrect Daily

  1. Book review on W T Sherman

    This was part of a review of Liddell Hart’s book on Sherman – Patton had a copy of it on him when he was gutting France, and he showed his copy to Liddell Hart on the battlefield.

    One aspect of this book that really hit me in the gut was Sherman’s diagnosis of the press and media of the times. They distorted events to devastating degree and seemed to create more anxiety and anger in the populace than was ever necessary. Sherman’s words, written in 1862, still ring with the hollow tones of truth. He describes members of the media as

    “the chief cause of this unhappy war. They fan the flame of local hatred and keep alive the prejudices which have forced friends into opposing hostile ranks.”

    Despite being on one side of the war, he was objective enough to clearly see how both the “North and South [keep] each radical class [of] its votaries filled with the most outrageous lies of the other.” I found this sentiment alarmingly true, as it could very easily have been written about the disconnect I see in my own country (the United States) today. Sherman was supremely aware of the media and politician’s ability to divide people’s hearts and minds.

    Hart echos Sherman when he writes that “prejudice governs. You and all who derive power from the people do not look for pure, unalloyed truth, but to that kind of truth which jumps with the prejudice of the day.” His prophetical words struck a major chord in my mind and it really made me ‘zoom out’ and try to view current events through the larger scope of one that examines history as a fluid whole. Past events have all the lessons to teach us about how to solve our current quandaries, if only we were more desirous to learn.

  2. As long as Dominion machines flip votes, which they were CAUGHT doing multiple times, elections are merely scams.

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