This “never again” mantra against the election of Trump is really driving some wacky actions.
President Biden took unilateral action Sunday focused on voting rights and using the tools of the federal government to boost access for Americans to voter registration services.
Mr. Biden signed an executive order on the 56th anniversary of “Bloody Sunday,” when Alabama state troopers brutally attacked peaceful protesters fighting for the right to vote as they crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma.
“Every eligible voter should be able to vote and have that vote counted,” Mr. Biden said in prepared remarks at the Martin & Coretta Scott King Unity Breakfast on Sunday, according to the White House. “If you have the best ideas, you have nothing to hide. Let the people vote.”
I’m sure there are a lot of nice and fancy explanations from the media as to what this is, but we all get it: it’s about voting by mail. He is attempting to enshrine that in law, so the Democrats can continue to steal every election. This will include language that will be construed as a federal mandate for ballot harvesting.
As you know, I was gung-ho about the concept of trying to primary cuck Republicans. After corona mania began, and they started with the vote by mail, I said that if the election was stolen, we would have to come up with a new plan.
Well, the election was stolen.
So, I don’t know about the primarying thing. We’ll see what happens, I guess. A lot of people are lagging 3 or 4 years behind me, and are now promoting this, and I wish them the best of luck. But don’t think they won’t use these new Biden rules in Republican primaries. Because they will.
Generally, I think that energy needs to be put into building an organization that encompasses all right-wing Americans, who are Christians and opposed to the over-arching agenda of globalism. Probably, running candidates should be a part of this, but it probably shouldn’t be the main part, because not only do we have no chance of ever getting anything done through these channels, we probably do not have any chance of winning primaries.
Maybe we can win a few. But the risk is that running candidates and then losing will just lead to demoralization. Of course the reverse is true, and running winning candidates boosts morale. But there needs to be a larger strategy here.
You also have the Paul Nehlen threat, where your primary candidates turn out to be lunatics and federal informants. I’m not sure there’s a clear way around that issue. Paul Nehlen seemed perfectly normal, you’ll recall.