The biggest question of them all, one that will be answered for all time very soon.
In 1776, 56 brave patriots signed their names at the bottom of the Declaration of Independence — a document that spelled out the specifics as to why the thirteen colonies were making a break with England and King George.
Signing that document was treason against the British, and every single man, some with names you know — Benjamin Franklin, Sam Adams, and of course John Hancock — and some you may not, such as Thomas McKean, Button Gwinnett, and Arthur Middleton, risked literal life, limb, and property by doing so. Had the British prevailed, they very well may have ended their days in front of a firing squad or at the end of a hangman’s noose. Yet still they signed.
The interesting thing is, only about a quarter of the population actively supported the break with England at the time the Declaration was signed. Another quarter, largely those whose fortunes benefited greatly from the connection with England (which some of the signers did themselves), wanted to remain part of the Empire, while fully half the population were what we’d call today “undecided.”
The reality is, leaders do what these men and others did: they led, they fought, and they went home and convinced their fellow citizens about the righteousness of their cause and inspired others to join the fight. In the end, they prevailed, and in doing so, they set forth a path that changed the course of human history, much for the better.
Today America finds itself in a place not so different from what the thirteen colonies faced 246 years ago. While the thirteen disjointed colonies faced the greatest empire the world had ever known, patriots today face the greatest propaganda machine in human history: the Democrat-Media-Tech Industrial Complex.
There are two big differences, however. The first is that the thirteen colonies had the benefit of 56 men who were willing to stand up and challenge the king and parliament in order to do what they knew to be right. Today, patriots find a largely barren wasteland devoid of leaders willing to stand up as the Democrats and their cabal seek to steal an election in broad daylight.
The other difference is that in 1776, war was the last option available to the patriots. In 2020, patriots still have one last option before something drastic…and the odds of it succeeding are as slim as those faced by the thirteen tiny colonies taking on the most powerful empire in the world.
You know what’s coming next, don’tcha? You should.
As The Hill detailed earlier in the week, there is a constitutional tactic through which the Republic can be saved — and make no mistake: that is exactly what is at stake here.
The tactic involves senators and representatives using the procedures outlined in the Constitution and the Electoral Count Act (ECA) to delay the acceptance of the electors to a point where the House would then choose the president, with each state having a single vote. Given that Republicans control a majority of the state delegations, Donald Trump would be declared the winner.
Sigh. And if that doesn’t work, why, Trump can run again in 2024! Right?!? And when THAT doesn’t work, why, we’ll just keep on FIGHTY-FIGHT-FIGHT-FIGHT-FIGHTIN’, until the Democrat-Socialists finally agree to give our petitions for redress a fair and honest hearing before the beatings resume! YAAAY, ‘MURKA! WE WON!!!
Looks like the title question got answered a lot sooner than I expected.
Probably not. But –
“Tho’ much is taken, much abides; and tho’
We are not now that strength which in old days
Moved earth and heaven, that which we are, we are; ”
We’ll have to do.
[…] Cold Fury wonders if we have what they had in 1776 […]
The problem with the Congress ultimately deciding is that if their perfidy extends to still choosing Biteme then the Biteme Presidency is legitimized. It is a Constitutional imprimatur that says the Steal never happened.
That makes it harder to moralize to the “undecided”. “But Biden won fair and square! The Congress had more Republican votes and STILL Biden won!”
It’s a drawback but is it a deal breaker?
Yep, every time I read this I wonder why anyone thinks some of those R states won’t vote for biden.
I don’t think all that many 1776ers had it. Enough did, but it didn’t require that many as history would evidence.
Remember that business with the election – the bit about the counting software connecting with websites overseas? That’s called proof-of-concept for *every* election *everywhere* unless paper ballots counted by hand in public before observers, with vote totals using tally marks are used. If electronics intervene in *any* step, it’s a fake election. From here on out. Consent of the governed is gone, as dead as can be.
And then there’s this – I suggest you watch it, the speaker knows whereof he speaks – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nE5byTkvRXs
So this election is pretty much the end point, the blatancy and openness of the fraud just serves to put you on notice.