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You know what? If the Trump Administration couldn't pre-emptively expose and prosecute a conspiracy

That involved 81 million Biden voters, secretaries of state from various states (Including a couple from Trump's own party), Dominion Voting Systems (Show of hands - Who even knew that was a thing before the election? Trump's people REALLY dropped the ball on that one), pretty much all of the media, all the judges ruling against the Trump campaign, the government of Venezuela and possibly Hugo Chavez himself (don't ask), China, George Soros (of course), and antifa (Not even sure what they did, but you know it was nefarious); then maybe they deserve to be kicked out of power just because of how oblivious and, well, stupid they are.

It needs to be said. If the Trump administration's system of governing when it came to election security and failing to even notice a massive conspiracy before the election that at this point is pretty much everybody BUT Trump and his administration, then I'm pretty sure the systems this administration created when it comes to physical security would not be able to spot a crack team of about a dozen ISIS or Atomwaffen Division operatives who aim to blow up a power plant.

Let's not kid ourselves, these people would have never accepted Trump not being able to run in 2024

White supremacists plotted to attack power stations in the southeastern US in the case of Donald Trump losing the re-election, according to an FBI affidavit that was mistakenly unsealed last week.

It also reveals information about a teenager in Ohio who shared the plan for the attack and said he wanted a text group he was a part of to be operational on a fast-tracked timeline, the Associated Press reported.

According to the affidavit, the boy was in the group with more than a dozen people when, in 2019, he introduced the idea of saving money to buy a ranch where they could participate in militant training.

The teenager, who was 17 at that time, also wanted his group to be "operational" by the 2024 election but the timeline for that “would accelerate if President Trump lost the 2020 election," said the affidavit which was filed in Wisconsin's eastern US district court in March earlier this year and was sealed again once the mistake was realised.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/white-supremacists-were-plotting-attack-093655731.html

Can you imagine the calls of "civil war", the storming of capitol buildings, the kidnapping plots, the hassling of people who say "black lives matter", but add 4 years of planning, making connections, casing buildings, stalking people, absorbing propaganda on dehumanizing and making it OK to murder people, collecting weapons, target practice, making bombs, etc.?

I am convinced that Donald Trump's LOSS has saved a lot of people from future Dylann Roofs, Jim David Adkissons, Brenton Tarrants, Nikolas Cruzes, Timothy McVeighs, James Alex Fieldses, and other degenerates like them.

Who are the Sick Sixteen of SeppuCoup?

There are 16 members who signed on from the four states under attack. Sixteen members who say the ballots from their states should be thrown out. Surely, then, these 16 members have all tendered their resignations from Congress, or have agreed not to serve in Congress until the matter is resolved. Why? Because they were on the same ballot! How could they live with themselves staying in Congress when they feel so passionately that they won a fraudulent election?

-John Berman on New Day

https://www.mediaite.com/news/cnns-john-berman-checkmates-members-who-signed-texas-letter-why-havent-they-resigned-if-they-won-fraudulent-election/


They are:
Rep. Rick Allen (Georgia)
Rep. Buddy Carter (Georgia)
Rep. Drew Ferguson (Georgia)
Rep. Austin Scott (Georgia)
Rep. Jack Bergman (Michigan)
Rep. John Moolenaar (Michigan)
Rep. Tim Walberg (Michigan)
Rep. Bill Huizenga (Michigan)
Rep. John Joyce (Pennsylvania)
Rep. Fred Keller (Pennsylvania)
Rep. Mike Kelly (Pennsylvania)
Rep. Dan Meuser (Pennsylvania)
Rep. Scott Perry (Pennsylvania)
Rep. Guy Reschenthaler (Pennsylvania)
Rep. Glenn Thompson (Pennsylvania)
Rep. Tom Tiffany (Wisconsin)

Know them, know their lust for tyranny, they are the Sick Sixteen.

The difference between Democrats vs Republicans is as clear as Day vs Night now

Anyone saying "Both parties are the same" is just a troll at this point.

Case in point: Defund the police

I am FOR saying it. I think that has to be the way to open up real reform that is not just slapping a bandaid on it and telling people to shut up and move on.

But I know there are those who are against the idea, against it even being said.

But there is dialogue, there is a 'conflict' that may very well be necessary.

Now look at the flip side of that: Let's have martial law / Let's redo or overturn the election / The whole "Nice country you got there, be a real shame if a 'civil war' happened to it" AKA "Give us what we want or we commit acts of right-terrorism" mindset.

Where are the moderate conservatives? Where are the moderate Trump supporters?

Notice how there is no dialogue, no debate:
* There is no fear that it would turn potential voters off
* There is no fear of unintended consequences
* There is no fear it could come back and bite them in the rear

This is not a position of strength, it shows how they are increasingly becoming "machine men with machine minds and machine hearts", that they will jump to the idea that most "owns the libs" no matter how much it could harm them in the long run.

And if you're a leftwing Democrat, if you're in the center to center-left, if you're a conservative Democrat for that matter; then take a moment and appreciate your counterparts. They are a major part of what keeps our democracy alive.
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