THE FIXES WERE IN—NOW WHAT?

We know the 2020 Presidential election was “fixed,” and several fixes were in place long before the first vote was cast. While Republicans concentrated on persuading people to vote for Trump, Democrats were laser-focused on election tampering in its many forms.

President Trump should never concede. He should merely acknowledge that Biden will assume the Presidency. This underscores that the Biden “win” is illegitimate.

Fix number one was the relentlessly negative coverage by every so-called news organization from the moment Trump took office, the most recent and egregious being the blackout of the Hunter Biden story which the New York Post broke in late October. The Post is the nation’s oldest newspaper and the 5th largest. The allegations had documentary support and a credible eye witness, but here’s what NPR said about it.

We don’t want to waste our time on stories, and we don’t want to waste the listeners’ and readers’ time on stories that are pure distractions.”

The rest of the media echoed NPR. Big Tech swooped in and froze the Post’s Twitter account for two crucial weeks before the election. Finding the story on the internet was hard, and disclaimers were always attached to it. Contrast this with the NBC news airing of the then 11-year-old Billy Bush tape in October of 2016, in which Trump allegedly said he could grope women because he was rich and powerful. It was front-page news everywhere – no media or internet blackout here.

After the election, the “news media” reported that Hunter Biden and Joe’s brother James are subjects of an FBI investigation. This came too late to help Trump, but late enough to swing the election to Biden. A recent poll found that 5% of Biden voters said they were not aware of the Hunter Biden story and if they were, they would have switched their vote to Trump. It may have been Biden’s margin of victory.

Trump should not attend the Biden inaugural. In our formerly functioning republic the outgoing President attends the inauguration of the incoming President, symbolizing a peaceful and orderly transfer of power. But this was not an election fairly won. It was stolen. Therefore, the symbolism of an orderly transfer would be a lie.

Democrats used the Covid excuse to weaken election laws in swing states, making voter fraud easier. Some very strange election results followed. Trump received more votes than any incumbent, ever: 11 million more votes than in 2016. Obama was easily reelected in 2012 with 3.5 million fewer votes than he got in 2008. Trump increased his share of minority votes. Winning Ohio and Florida usually portend victory in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin; not this time. The black vote went overwhelmingly for Biden in just those places he would need to carry the key battleground states. But this was against the trends among blacks nationally. Trump had coattails, but no coat. Republicans picked up seats in the House and fought the Senate to a draw. They also flipped statehouses. And yet, we’re told to accept the results and move on for the sake of unity. Nonsense.

Past presidents have retired to private life, never commenting on the current president. But Democrats have chipped away at this tradition, which Republicans have largely maintained. In Obama’s eight years in office, George W. Bush never spoke against him. Trump should use every medium at his disposal to level justified criticism at Biden and his regime. Biden will have the power of the Presidency, but he will have no moral authority, and Trump should make this plain.

We have a job ahead of us. On one side is the evil party allied with big tech, big media and big business. It may look like game over, but it’s not. We patriots have truth on our side.

We can speak up. We don’t have to support their institutions. We can exit Facebook and Twitter. We can buy local, and from sources other than Amazon. We can stop buying local and national newspapers that participated in the Hunter Biden coverup. We can keep fighting, even when it looks hopeless. This is the time to dig in even more.

Michael A. Morrongiello, Ph.D.

Author: theboisterousseas

My name is Mike Morrongiello. Don't be fooled by my title (Doctor), I'm just a regular Joe who goes to work every day just like you do. I know New York City. I was born and raised there. I know Upstate. I've lived here for 27 years. I know politics. I've been a Republican Chairman and Vice-Chairman. I've run for office twice. The local newspapers have printed scores of my articles. Visit my evolving blog and read my latest posts.

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