The electoral college votes today, and that means that there is no longer any direct path for Real President Donald Trump to remain in office – other than to declare martial law.
I hope he does declare martial law. I’ve said from the beginning he should declare martial law.
But the odds of that are probably pretty low.
The protests would have worked if we’d gotten the support of all of the 74 million people who voted for Trump – we could have shut down cities – but the media was able to discourage most people from rallying (Tucker Carlson, most notably).
So, short of a declaration of martial law, we are now headed into a dark new reality, within which we are all going to be aggressively targeted by the state.
People didn’t want to rally, so now we’re going to deal with the consequences of those decisions.
What I have said is this: we need to immediately start pushing for secession.
We don’t have any other actual choice, other than surrender.
They won’t accept surrender, of course.
There is no redemption story for anyone who stood with Donald Trump.
Hopefully, when you people start realizing that this is actually happening, now, you’ll be ready to get out in the street.
The GOP of Texas has already floated the idea of secession, but it’s not going to happen without a lot of people in the street – more people than were in the street for Trump. And that was millions, spread across the different states.
We’re going to need millions in the capitols of every city that we want a secession vote in.
Again, these are the states that signed onto the big finale Trump lawsuit:
We can get referendums in these states, plus Kentucky, Wyoming, Idaho and Iowa, and in most of them we can win.
But we need to get moving yesterday.
There is no white knight riding in to save us.
Nothing is going to happen if we don’t make it happen.
We only get one shot at this.