Following the firing of FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe later that month, Brennan tweeted to Trump, “When the full extent of your venality, moral turpitude, and political corruption becomes known, you will take your rightful place as a disgraced demagogue in the dustbin of history. You may scapegoat Andy McCabe, but will not destroy America… America will triumph over you.”
You heard it here first. I absolutely believe they are trying to pressure Trump to concede for the love of country and to protect the innocence of the American people. You can quote me on that. Ostensibly, that’s a good reason — unless you’re caught with your pants down and just don’t want the personal consequences.
That’s like the little boy bully who hit his little sister telling his mom, “Mama, don’t spank me. You know Sissy starts crying when I get in trouble.” That’s about how foolish this is.
If we concede, they win. The bully will be appeased and stop the rioting and looting. For now. But how far will that little boy take it next time? Where do we draw the line?
If we don’t fight this voter fraud issue, we are acquiescing to big government’s belief that we are not capable of self-governing, and then we just need to surrender our freedoms. All of them. Because if we give up our vote, we give up our power. Our freedom. Our voice.
The tongue is as sharp as a two-edged sword, says the Bible. Those who scream the loudest and longest get the attention, and that is why the left has rallied a lie-filled battle cry to demand their way. They are doing it even now through the media. We are blasted with THEIR disinformation 24/7, and their voices are intent on drowning out ours. That’s partially because we don’t just scream and yell; we are the law-abiding, hardworking, taxpaying, God-family-and-Country Americans. We speak through our actions. And as we’ve all heard, actions are louder than words.
Our voice is heard — not through irrational screams and cries, but through a democratic process protected by our Constitution, allowing us to be heard through our freedom to VOTE. Voter fraud is akin to the irrational screams of the left, intended to drown us out. But this is not a yelling match; this is a sanctioned, sacred process, legally protected, and vital to the survival of this nation.
So we are faced with a choice: Do we keep the peace at any cost, and in so doing, sacrifice our freedom? Or do we stand up and exercise our right to speak, to vote, and to be represented fairly? And who will stand up with us?
I implore you to take a stand and speak up. For fair representation. For freedom. For the love of country.