It’s now less than three years until the next presidential (s)election. Will the president who wasn’t (s)elected last time run, again?
It appears that he will.
If he does, it will present us – those of us who do not want four more years of this year – with a Hobson’s Choice. The term refers to accepting what’s available – or nothing at all.
Possibly, something worse.
It is difficult for many of us who’ve endured the consequences of the Orange Man’s failure to stand athwart the metastatic weaponization of hypochondria – of his standing aside for the last year of his presidency, in favor of President-not-selected Fauci – to contemplate voting for the same man, again.
How can we trust him, again?
But then, what will our choice be, if that is the only man – besides the other man? Assuming the latter can be kept alive for three more years. Worse, perhaps, is the woman who will likely succeed the doddering old man, if the Adrenochrome drip fails to keep him John Gill’ing around that fake Oval Office set they sometimes transmit his mumblings from.
How about – what now?
The best time to stop something bad is before it gets started.
We the people still have a degree of say over who is selected to run for office. In the primary selections that precede the general selection. We can say what we like at rallies. It can be Let’s Go Brandon!
And it can be – No Forced Jabs. At every Orange Man rally.
If the Orange Man wants to be selected again, it must hinge upon his disavowal of his past actions – and his avowal to never repeat similar actions, again.
He must acknowledge his fail, if he wishes to retain our support – in the primaries to come.
In the right now.
At every rally, he must be challenged to admit he failed. Obliged to apologize for it. To state that he won’t make the same mistake, again.
So that we don’t.
A man who cannot admit his mistakes – especially the big ones – will not Make America Great Again. To err is human. To not admit it – and make amends for it – is a dangerous character defect.
Unless, of course, he doesn’t think the things he did – and allowed to be done – weren’t mistakes. We need to know which it is.
Fool us once, shame on you.
Fool us twice, shame on us.
Herewith a call for everyone who wants this to end – the fomented mass hysteria, the “masks” and most of all, the Jabs – to take a vow, right now – that they will demand of every candidate in every primary that they vow to never use the power of the office they seek – or to act in any way – to further the mandatory taking of any drugs – or the wearing of any devices.
This is a pledge that must be taken by the Orange Man, above all – because of the Orange Man’s atrocious record of enabling this.
The weaponization of hypochondria – by allowing the despicable and loathsome Dr. Fauci to do precisely that, from the presidential podium.
By declaring (and never rescinding) the “state of emergency” that empowered state-level Gesundheitsfuhrers such as California’s Gavin Newsome, Washington’s Jay Inlsee, Virginia’s Coonman and Michigan’s own take on Gertrud Scholtz-Klink, Gretchen Whitmer, to assume the functional powers of a dictator within their realms.
Which – cue the irony – resulted in the Orange Man not being (s)elected when the time came to count the unvetted/absentee ballots that would never have been submitted in mass and cost him the selection . . . were it not for the weaponization of hypochondria that the Orange Man allowed to metastasize.
But the worst fail of the Orange Man was his Operation Warp Speed.
Somehow – god knows how – a “vaccine” (several, actually) were supposedly developed from scratch in mere months when it usually takes years. Without the usual years of testing them prior to the general use of them. Without which there is no way to assure there won’t be horrible side effects.
Because no one knows.
The population was just urged to roll up their sleeves – and let’s see what happens.
The populace is becoming aware of what’s happening.
Of the many thousands of cases of serious harm that have been caused by the “vaccines.” Of the curious correlation between the injections and heart problems most curiously of all in previously healthy teenagers and young adults, including elite athletes. It gives a reasonable and prudent person ample reason to worry about the harms these injections might yet cause but which haven’t yet become apparent.
Time will tell.
All because the Orange Man failed.
He seems to want to have another go – and perhaps he would be a better choice than the other choice, if that is our only choice. Franco is preferable to Stalin – if there is no option to select a Jefferson.
A better choice would be someone who hasn’t made similar mistakes. Perhaps someone without the bloviating baggage the Orange Man lugs around with him.
But let’s not select anyone who has not promised the people prior to the selection that they will not use the power of the office they seek to “mask” or Jab the people – a thing even Stalin never did to his people.
It ought to be the new Third Rail of American politics.
And those who touch it deserve to get burned to cinders.
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