December 1, 2016
Trump loses, Hillary wins. Republicans immediately contact electors pledged to Clinton and threaten to kill them if they don’t switch their votes to Trump. Public school teachers in I don’t know where—Enid, Oklahoma, maybe?—refuse to acknowledge the results of the election and decide to “teach” their students that Clinton didn’t win, it was Trump… mustn’t freak out the kiddies with bad news.
Biff Bingle, the candidate of the Necktie Party, who received 0.01% of the vote nationwide, demands a recount in three states narrowly won by Clinton. Bingle, who raised only $52.49 for his entire campaign, in 48 hours raises $5 million for his recount effort, most of it coming from Trump donors. Although there is admittedly “no evidence” for it, Bingle declares, it’s “vitally important” to “investigate” the allegation that America’s voting machines were hacked by certain naughty fellows in Tahiti, “stealing the election” from Trump.
Meanwhile, an unidentified billionaire funds and organizes street demonstrations by Republican voters; and all across the country, colleges and universities suspend midterm exams and provide grief counseling, coloring books, and Play-Doh to students who supported Trump and were traumatized by his defeat. And on the airwaves, Sean Hannity and Anne Coulter denounce the “fake news” that tricked Americans into voting for Clinton.
And so on.
Rather hard to imagine, isn’t it?
Why? Because the GOP is a national party composed of ordinary people who don’t center their lives on politics, but do devote most of their energies to family, jobs, and churches. This cannot be said of Democrats. Not by a sane person, at least. The Democrat Party is based on a handful of large cities in a handful of states, where left-wing fanatics use well-funded political machines—by hook or by crook, and mostly by crook—to run up the popular vote. It is driven by activists who make effective use of spurious votes by dead people, fictitious persons, non-citizens, and multiple voters riding buses from one polling place to another.
Having lost the election, they now endeavor to hamstring Trump’s presidency before he’s even inaugurated. They can’t realistically expect to change the outcome, but they do intend to taint it.
For them the payoff will not be now, but four years from now. They hope to stir up enough doubt, enough frustration, and enough resentment over this election to whip their troops into a frenzy in the next election. That’s how they expect to win it. Because they are a national party no more.
Pay close attention, because in all their actions, they are showing us who they really are: sham “journalists” in a corrupted and ferociously partisan nooze media, lawless, fanatical, and perfectly willing to destroy the whole system if it doesn’t give them what they want. They truly don’t care how ugly or how turbulent it gets. If they can’t own it, they’ll settle for ruining it.
They have a vision—open borders, higher taxes, perpetual animosity among the races, suppression of dissent, transgenderism, and above all, big, big, swollen government, an all-powerful government—which they will not surrender.
America must disable the Democrat Party once and for all, put it out of business forever, and consign it to the rubbish heap of history.
For as long as it remains viable, it will be a threat to our country and our Constitution.
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Lee Duigon, a contributing editor with the Chalcedon Foundation, is a former newspaper reporter and editor, small businessman, teacher, and horror novelist. He has been married to his wife, Patricia, for 34 years. See his new fantasy/adventure novels, Bell Mountain and The Cellar Beneath the Cellar, available on www.amazon.com
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