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Like most of us I am willing to wait for the Mueller report. But no matter how much Russians interfered, or not, Donald Trump would not be in office if not for The Train to Vote Auschwitz
The Train to Vote Auschwitz started heading down the tracks long before 2016. By 2016 all those who helped lay the tracks, fuel that train, had taken this vote extermination train from a time when people like future Justice Rehnquist challenged possible politically incorrect voters in precincts to today when just having a handful of close states affected by election fraud tactics means winning no matter how much the popular vote indicates that’s not what the people want. And that popular vote is only the start: far more voters were kicked off the rolls than Trump’s slim margins in those states that provided a College only victory suggest. These states had been so Crosschecked or Exact Matched, voter purged, polling hours limited, defective machine dominated in select areas it’s doubtful any single challenger would have changed that.
Meanwhile those whose votes have been targeted to ride The Train to Vote Auschwitz argue and accuse each other of causing the loss instead of working together to do all they can, advocate all they can, to shut the train down. The situation has been dire for a long time, and the more time passes the harder it will be to stop The Train to Vote Auschwitz. Read more
Not Nam’s, but good…
NOT Nam’s, but good…
These days I have more leeway writing Inspection. Less deadline focused, for various reasons, I have so many I probably will never submit. Like the edition I had planned for this week. Yes, this has a lot to do with politics and social discourse today, but I will also keep it far less partisan because I think it’s an observation people of all persuasions might consider.
Otherwise I’m just preaching to an out of tune choir, as I admit sometimes I do far too much. When one can’t see beyond one’s own perspective what we often get is useless horrific dissonance. I understand I might change no minds, just give some folks something to think about. I.m OK with that: sometimes I think those columns might be my best.
The title of the column was The Dangers of Hyper Partisanism. It eventually changed so much I changed that title to something else. Read more