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The Red Wave That Wasn’t Week at Legal Insurrection

The Red Wave That Wasn’t Week at Legal Insurrection

All the news you may have missed.

People are still trying to figure out what exactly happened in the midterms.

There were some bright spots.

Florida had a great night.

And this was fun.

These two are pretty much finished.

But it seems many of the polls were wrong.

Have you noticed that this almost always seems to benefit Democrats?

It’s just stunning that people voted for this.

This is not helping.

You’re going to hear more like this in the coming weeks.

This too.

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The bad news that was suppressed beforehand was that half the voters are women. There’s no reward and only punishment for highlighting unwelcome information.

The same thing is leading to the collapse of the Russian army.

Elections in blue states just aren’t credible. And that’s a requirement for democracy – the losers have to believe they lost fair and square.

They’ve built systems that make it hard to find cheating, and have miraculously changed the expected results from R to D time and time again. Our “lying eyes” may not be clear enough to actually see the thief jimmy the car lock door open, but the car is gone, and there wasn’t a tow truck driver giving anyone a receipt for it.

In states where there is election integrity, Rs won by 20 points. Give a fuzz factor of even 10%, and we have to realize that Rs need to win by more than 11% in order to win by even 1 vote in the fraudulent elections across this country.

The Ds are playing a dangerous game. They’re poisoning the well against their fellow citizens, and they’re going to suffer the failures of D policy as well.

Without credible elections, there’s no reason for the free states to share power with the slave states.

Suburban Farm Guy | November 13, 2022 at 9:06 am

The populace has found a way to vote themselves the Treasury — a long time ago. Amazing it’s lasted these many decades.

I’m done talking. See y’all later

    Without looking would bet mail voting states go Blue.
    Looked at Pa voting totals and a quick look mail votes go 4 x to the Democrat. So it’s fraud scaled up or Democrats voters just love voting all by mail as some pagan belief.
    I am as positive vote fraud got us Sundowner, and this election isn’t the purest since wind driven snow all of a sudden. They have now a mathematic way to know who and where they need to take that to get the highest pay off.

The Dem party is a war fighting party while the Rep party settles for just being attacked. Reps don’t do ideological warfare very well. Those that will engage are beaten down by….Republicans. Trump exposed this difference and was done in by it. He is done for. The ‘next Trump’ seems to be DeSantis but we are putting a bulls eye on him much to the delight of the Dems and media. Too much negative pressure on the DeSantis family, who are young people and Ron will pass on 2024. He may not be ‘savior’ for the nation. Only Red states and Red zones in Blue states. That’s not enough.

    alaskabob in reply to Whitewall. | November 13, 2022 at 11:32 am

    Much of what we have now was “baked in” during most of the 20th century. We can go back to the early 1900’s for the groundwork. The Great Depression and WWII solidified the major role of government … and the Democrat party under FDR. This picked up in the ’60’s especially with the immigration policies spurred by Teddy Kennedy. 9/11 and now Covid Forever. The drift has been there for a long time with just blips of braking…first with Reagan and later Trump… but just blips. The last two years really put acceptance of dependency on the front burner. Julias, Karens and Kens wanted it. That the very party they voted for are putting them in diminished opportunities is too far in the future for them to understand… as those who are older realize.

    With the drift, “stealing” elections has taken less and less effort such that now … any discussion revolves around swing areas and small forms of alteration. We have to understand that more and more people really want the security of the welfare state and see no problem with others bearing a greater share of their cost of upkeep. It’s a right to have their needs met while it is just a privilege to be allowed to earn more and accrue some wealth.

    As things stand, I see major pushes this next year for amnesty with a pathway to citizenship (voting) that functionally moves the country to one party rule. At that point, there will never be any need to “cheat”. Many are pointing to Trump as a major reason for failure, yet one needs to look at how and to whom the RNC gave support. From what I read, the 5 major “failures” because of “Trump” had a 1:5 or so ratio of Dems outspending Repubs. Money is the mother’s milk of politics and the Dems invested quite a lot and got their money’s worth. Or, was this a planned loss to rid the GOP of unwanted conservatives in the “UniParty” member?

    When Queen Victoria family of daughters were married off to foreigners, any protest was met with “lie back and think of England”. Trump will be the last true non-“Democrat” president of the USA. My advice…. lie back and think of Trump.

      Whitewall in reply to alaskabob. | November 13, 2022 at 12:32 pm

      Good points all. The R party has never really liked fighters or conservatives….to messy you know. We conceded social issues to Dems and now we have a culture that is rotting away. To fight this, women with children may be the most valuable asset we have. It’s culture and like someone once said, politics is downstream from culture. There has to be all out culture war along with economic issues. Two lines of attack done as graphically as possible.

        henrybowman in reply to Whitewall. | November 13, 2022 at 5:54 pm

        I wonder if women with unwanted children will turn out to be an asset or a liability? I suspect the history of AFDC already gives us our answer.

The uni-party isn’t gooing to allow a change in the power structure. We lost the right to choice at least 35 years ago.

The redistricting gerrymandering has guaranteed the D-Rats will stay in power.

Article in my local paper bragging how they did it:
https://qconline.com/news/state-and-regional/illinois-democrats-get-desired-result-with-help-of-gerrymandered-map/article_20d41325-c7c1-5b9c-8e8a-9b35e0fb19ea.html

I don’t have much hope for Walker, and like him from his playing in Philadelphia many years ago. The Marxists know they need Georgia again will do anything they need to do to win.

    jhkrischel in reply to Skip. | November 13, 2022 at 1:00 pm

    Ds will cheat wherever they can, and will cheat even more wherever they need to.

    And they don’t care if the election results are credible – they are not interested in persuading you that things were fair, they only need you to submit.

    They have no idea of the backlash they are going to incite.

      Whitewall in reply to jhkrischel. | November 13, 2022 at 1:36 pm

      The following is from a blog I have never heard of but has some truth. Personally, I like the slow methodical way of proper citizenship and the responsibilities in fighting this war with the ‘Democratic’ Party. From Dr.Hurd.com:

      “The Men Who Wanted to Be Left Alone
      Posted on December 13, 2021

      “The most terrifying force of death comes from the hands of Men who wanted to be left Alone. They try, so very hard, to mind their own business and provide for themselves and those they love. They resist every impulse to fight back, knowing the forced and permanent change of life that will come from it. They know that the moment they fight back, their lives as they have lived them, are over. The moment the Men who wanted to be left alone are forced to fight back, it is a form of suicide. They are literally killing off who they used to be. Which is why, when forced to take up violence, these Men who wanted to be left alone, fight with unholy vengeance against those who murdered their former lives. They fight with raw hate, and a drive that cannot be fathomed by those who are merely play-acting at politics and terror. TRUE TERROR will arrive at these people’s door, and they will cry, scream, and beg for mercy… but it will fall upon the deaf ears of the Men who just wanted to be left alone.”

      I hope that doesn’t become our future. At my age I know better but at one level I never quite put away after all these years, I do feel this instinct to bring Hell to the doorstep of those who plan our destruction.

The Red Wave went through the Democrat Wave Filtering Machine and came out the other side as a fine Red Mist.

Presto Chango! All the people who were concerned about inflation, the high price of groceries and fuel, the border, crime out of control which happened the last two years while Democrats were in control of the country—-voted for more of the same.

Make sense to me.

    Or they voted for what they saw as the lesser of two evils? We’re not talking about people like us who follow politics and are right/conservative/MAGA; we’re talking about centrists who might have been willing to give Trump a shot in 2016 and/or 2020 but are just done now. A lot has changed, and Trump has completely melted down. It’s sad to see, but it’s not shocking that centrists (Indie, D, R) looked at that and just said, no thank you. Do better. We can win them back, but not with Trump. They’re done.

      jhkrischel in reply to Fuzzy Slippers. | November 13, 2022 at 4:30 pm

      You’re mixing cause with effect. Trump went off the rails after the Ds cheated unabashedly, not before.

      Indie, D, and R voted against the Ds. The Ds just cheated more than they lost by.

    JRaeL in reply to Peabody. | November 13, 2022 at 3:09 pm

    My bitter disillusion can be summed up in this crude thought,
    “Sluthood is powerful.” Not that the other six deadlies aren’t right at the top as well but the libido vote holds sway.

Subotai Bahadur | November 13, 2022 at 4:49 pm

1. Vote fraud, and its toleration and enabling are genetic in all Democrats and other Leftists, as much as flying towards the light is to moths. As is their disrespect for obeying the law and for human rights for everybody.

2) Submission to vote fraud, and enabling it are just as deeply inbred in Republicans. They do not want to oppose Democrats. They do not want to defeat Democrats. They only want to submit to Democrats.

In this election cycle we saw the RNC actively oppose the nomination of anyone who would stand and fight against Democrats. If such a candidate was nominated by the “Deplorable” Party Members against the will of the RNC, the RNC would not support them. If they closed the gap with the Democrat they were opposing, the RNC would take away ALL funding and give it to collaborationist Republican candidates, Time and again.

3) There is no way to vote our way out of this. Mind you, I am not saying not to vote [although doing so as a registered Republican seems kind of pointless]. If nothing else, it is kind of like buying a ticket to a state lottery, and has about the same chances of a Republican winning and fighting for our side. But at very least there are ballot issues we may want to support or oppose that have not yet attracted the attention of the fraud machine.

4) History does not repeat itself. But it does rhyme eventually. People will not submit to slavery forever.

Subotai Bahadur

To understand Or and Wa, you need to see what’s happening.

Californians are moving up here because they hate the hell hole they live in and want a blue state with economic opportunity.

Conservatives are leaving. The population is flat, but it’s becoming blue-er.

To understand the voting habits- keep in mind- in many places in Wa they banned plastic shopping bags about 5-7 years ago. It was really a test run for COVID IMO to see how far into your daily life they could stick their finger w/out revolt. No one revolted, so they went full Mao. Still no revolt, they re-elected Inslee in 2020 and in Oregon they enabled never ending riots. Both states are homeless hell holes only slightly lagging California.

These states will never go red again.

    Andy in reply to Andy. | November 13, 2022 at 5:59 pm

    Just the opposite is true for red states. They are getting redder.

    People are choosing to move their because their rights will be trampled in any blue state. Whether it’s plastics bags, BLM, refusing to bake a gay wedding cake, or not having your daughter raped by a tranny in the locker room. Nay- in red states they are fighting this.

    Homelesssness came to Wa to live… it went to TN and they passed laws to enable them to run squatters off. Tranny tyranny came to Wa and they passed laws saying you are whatever you claim… when that came to TN they passed laws enabling a victim to go after groomers who medically changed or enabled that change.

    This is all very intentional. Where it leads is to a very divided country and suffice to say I don’t see nation in the future.

I read that 90% of U of Texas college students (who voted) voted for Beto for governor. It was something like 78% at Texas State.

We lost this war years ago, by way of the socialist takeover of higher ed. Only took roughly two generations for the idea of a constitutional republic to end up in tatters. It’s only going to get worse from here.