Some shocking current event news would leave us yelling at half of America to “Wake Up!” But they want to go back to sleep and keep enjoying their dreamland, in which the enemy is not really at our crumbling gates. Do you want to be in the foxhole with them when the battle begins?
To begin, the recent hubbub on a second look at the Seth Rich murder (one of many the Clinton associates who suddenly up inexplicably dead) is beginning to draw a connection between this DNC staffer and the many Sanders-supporting Democrats currently suing the DNC in court.
Of course, the MSM is going hardcore into denouncing the Seth Rich murder as “conspiracy theory” and “fake news.” But they’ve also suddenly dropped the “impeach Trump” narrative over his firing of Comey.
Are they running scared? This article pulls together a few threads suggesting that top levels of the DNC are in a panic over the Seth Rich investigation.
But if you prefer to stick with the facts and not bet on anonymous leaks and theorizing, check out what WND just summed up on Seth Rich. WND links to the original article at Townhall suggesting that Seth Rich leaked DNC emails to Wikileaks over frustration of how the Democrat primary was a sham and the Sanders-supporters were defrauded.
I find this interesting because millennial Democrats in my social network admit that they never cared for Hillary but feel that Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are the only two people in the Democrat party who really care about the average Democrat voter. So there’s a tangible level of frustration amongst some of the Bernie fans.
Democrat Voters vs. Democrat Party
Interestingly, I briefly covered this several months ago, but you’ve got to see the latest in the lawsuit between defrauded Democrat voters and the defense being offered by the DNC lawyers. Here’s the blurb summarizing the state of affairs:
Last Tuesday, Senior U.S. District Judge William J. Zloch heard oral arguments regarding a Motion to Dismiss filed by attorneys representing the Democratic National Committee and Debbie Wasserman-Schultz in the class action lawsuit filed against them. The lawsuit seeks damages on behalf of Democratic Party donors who made financial contributions to Bernie Sanders and the Party under the presumption the primary would be conducted fairly per the DNC’s Charter. The lawsuit was filed in June 2016 following the release of leaked emails showing behind-the-scenes collusion between the DNC, the Clinton campaign, and other entities to ensure Hillary Clinton would be the Democratic nominee prior to Americans casting votes in the party’s primary contests.
Here’s a summary from a progressive, and he looks like a fella who might be about to “wake up” from Democrat dreamland.
The federal judge rightly recognizes that the DNC has violated its own party charter in how it cheated voters. Their charter promises a fair and even-handed primary. The DNC lawyers have three lines of response to the court:
- Mind your own business
- Promises of a fair election are just political promises; therefore unenforceable in law
- It was definitely fair because you can’t say it was unfair because it’s hard to define “fair” (The Lewinsky defense!)
Definitely go read the whole thing because he posts snippets of the eye-popping court transcripts. But here is the golden quote:
Lawyers for the Democratic Party suggest the lawsuit “can’t be resolved” by the Court because it is based on an internal rule that “cannot be enforced”. This statement by lawyers for the Democrats to a Federal judge is a damning indictment the Party may never recover from: the party views itself in no way beholden to voters’ interest whatsoever.
This will play out in further remarks, but in taking this position, the Democrats present themselves as perfectly comfortable with the American public and Court knowing they view the nominating process to be the Party’s choice, and they can and do operate under no legal obligation whatsoever to be representative of the interest of American citizens participating in Party activities and nominating contests.
A few days ago, I linked to an article by Karl Denninger about folks who wake up and buy bad stocks because they believe in the illusion of the market creating wealth and how it will always get better, no matter how recklessly insane the corporate strategy underneath. These folks insist in believing in the delusion.
Now look at the Democrats. Not the big names you see in the news, but the ordinary democrats next door, Joe and Suzy Democrat, who are certain the mad progressive policies will bring about utopia-on-earth any week now.
Are they going to realize what is wrong with voting for a party which openly and publicly believes they are not beholden to their own voters in any for m or fashion?
I once had a conversation with a liberal who insisted that all sorts of Democrat government officials openly violating the law was a good thing because they were on the right side of history, never realizing that when that shoe is on the Republican foot she’d be furious about violations of law. She was also a Sanders supporter who helped barricade the doors when Black Lives Matter tried to break into the childcare center of the Bernie rally, but still thinks BLM is a noble movement.
Is this liberal going to wake up? Or continue to believe that the party that openly and publicly says it doesn’t need to tell her the truth about their own primary process is going to suddenly care about her beliefs once they get elected? Which way will this liberal vote in 2018?
If Democrats represent about half of voting America, and they are willing to ignore party court statements that defend lying to and defrauding their own voters, why should they believe any other promise that progressive policies will help the causes their hearts bleed for?
What this says is that that half of America, particularly congregated in the big cities, wants to shut their eyes and remain in blissful ignorance. They don’t want to hear about problems with the 9/11 narrative, or the well-documented evils of Islam.
Seriously, if they say, “My party is defending in court their absolute right to lie to me and defraud me, but I’m going to keep voting for them anyways,” do you really think anything you say will cause them to ‘wake up’?
They believe. Like the deluded stock-buyers Denninger complained about, they believe, and they believe hard. They have faith that tings will work out if they keep doing what they’ve been doing.
And so they seek power, even through cheating at elections and violating the law, power to compel you to live according to their dreamy ideas of reality. Don’t believe it? See what happens if you call a transgender person according to their X or Y chromosome at work. You’ll be on the street before the day is out, for daring to puncture the dream bubble of how they would like reality to be.
Do you want to live in a place where they cheat to call the shots in your life? If not, then Flee the City, before it’s too late.