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It’s Not A Protest, It’s Not A Riot, It’s A Revolution (Part 4)

Right to riot
As we explained in Part 1 of this series, the goal of those instigating and funding the street violence going on now is not to obtain justice for the killing of George Floyd it is to make America “ungovernable.”

On a political level this goal is being pursued in the halls of Congress, where the House of Representatives under Speaker Nancy Pelosi has conducted little or no business, other than to investigate, obstruct and impeach President Trump.

In America’s major cities the streets have been largely ceded to mobs of Leftists and anarchists whose destructive reign has been facilitated by “no cash bail” policies in places like New York and California and local prosecutors who refuse to prosecute for rioting, vandalism and theft in cities like Washington, DC Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington.

The object of these well-coordinated activities is to create a state of chaos in which the revolution can be nurtured and grow – chaos is the sea in which the revolutionary swims unimpeded and the media in which the revolution can be brewed.

And the ultimate object of this chaos strategy is to bring the conduct and results of the 2020 election inside the “margin of chaos,” where means other than counting legally cast votes, attributable to legal voters, will determine the outcome.

Crucial to this strategy is to fundamentally change the way American elections are conducted by eliminating in-person, ID checked voting and substituting unverifiable mail ballots, or online voting.

Thus Democrats have included a demand for universal mail-in voting in their various coronavirus relief bills, which would mandate a national requirement of 15 days of early voting, no-excuse absentee voting, and mailing ballots to all registered voters – a proven formula for election fraud.

With Republicans in Congress reluctant to agree to their own political execution, Democrat Governors have simply mandated universal vote by mail through Executive Orders, even where they lack any statutory authority to do so. In California, Michigan, New Mexico and other states litigation has already occurred or is underway to clarify this, but the closer the election gets, the further into the margin of chaos the 2020 election creeps.

Another crucial element of the Left’s election chaos strategy is to prospectively cast doubt on the outcome if the election is close, as it was in 2000 where it hung on 537 votes in Florida and a subsequent Supreme Court decision. Thus, we have the Far Left arguing, without any evidence, that Donald Trump will simply refuse to leave office.

In a bizarre example of deflection from what Democrats and their Leftist allies have been doing for the past three-plus years, Washington Post columnist Paul Waldman recently wrote:

Even if . . . Biden becomes president next January, many Republicans will almost certainly be completely convinced that the election was stolen. Will they say, “Boy, that stinks. We’ll get ’em next time”? Or will they become even more radicalized and reject the legitimacy of not just Biden’s administration but the entire democratic system? What happens then? That’s all something of a worst-case scenario.

Roger Cohen of the New York Times wrote in similar terms:

Perhaps if Biden wins, the president will skulk out of the White House like the little boy he is who never grew into a man. And the nightmare will be over. I don’t think so. The chances are growing that Trump will not concede in the event of a Biden victory, that he may encourage violence and use the fear and division spread by the virus to extend autocratic power. . . . To . . . save the Republic, requires the certain knowledge that Trump will stop at nothing between now and Nov. 3.

And, not long ago Bill Maher hosted Michael Moore who told the audience, “The only way they are going to pull it off is if he’s able to cancel the election or postpone it,” the Fahrenheit 9/11 director said of Donald Trump’s chances at the ballot box in November against Joe Biden after this COVID-19 spring that has seen almost 100,000 deaths so far from the respiratory ailment. “I’m certain that’s what’s going on in his head right now,” Moore worried as he has before the past few weeks in various media appearances, pledging that people will need to take to the streets on January 20, 2021 to “get this motherf***er out.”

For the complete development of this piece of the Left’s chaos strategy see articles by Neil H. Buchanan, a Far Left professor at the University of Florida's Levin College of Law.

But this isn’t just some thought experiment by whacky Leftwing law professors, liberal columnists looking for clicks and D List celebrities on late night TV, former Vice President Joe Biden, the presumptive Democrat nominee has been fueling the conspiracy theory.

The New York Times reported in November 2019 Biden said he feared that “as the walls close in on him [Trump] he becomes more erratic. And I’m genuinely concerned about what he may do in order to try to hold on to the office.”

In January, Biden fretted: “He still has another nine or 10 months. God knows what can happen.”

“Mark my words, I think he is going to try to kick back the election somehow, come up with some rationale why it can’t be held,” Biden said at a fund-raiser, according to a news media pool report. President Trump, he suggested, is “trying to let the word out that he’s going to do all he can to make it very hard for people to vote. That’s the only way he thinks he can possibly win.”

Far from wanting a clean election, with a clear Election Day decision, what Democrats and their Leftist allies are working hard to create is Election Day chaos, where the result will be unknown for days, during which time street riots will once again be justified by the Leftist media and Leftists judges and “found” ballots harvested by Leftwing political operatives, not legally registered citizen voters, will decide the election, or cast such doubt upon its legitimacy that the second term of Donald Trump will mired in further revolutionary street battles.

Tomorrow:         It’s Not A Protest, It’s Not A Riot, It’s A Revolution (Part 5)

                                How Far Along The Arc Of Revolution Are We?

It’s Not A Protest, It’s Not A Riot, It’s A Revolution (Part 1)

It's Not A Protest, It's Not A Riot, It's A Revolution (Part 2)

It’s Not A Protest, It’s Not A Riot, It’s A Revolution (Part 3)

George Rasley is editor of Richard Viguerie's and is a veteran of over 300 political campaigns. A member of American MENSA, he served on the staff of Vice President Dan Quayle, as Director of Policy and Communication for former Congressman Adam Putnam (FL-12) then Vice Chairman of the Oversight and Government Reform Committee's Subcommittee on National Security and Foreign Affairs, and as spokesman for Rep. Mac Thornberry formerly a member of the House Intelligence Committee and Chairman of the House Armed Services Committee.

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