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When Amy Coney Barrett was nominated to a judgeship on the U.S. Court of Appeals in 2017, Sen. Dianne Feinstein was taken aback by the Notre Dame law professor’s Catholic convictions about the right to life.

“Professor,” said Feinstein, “when you read your speeches, the conclusion one draws is that the dogma lives loudly within you, and that’s of concern.”

Feinstein, the ranking Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, got a second chance to quiz Barrett during the Supreme Court nomination hearings conducted by Chairman Lindsey Graham.

Believing, after four days, that she and her colleagues had been treated fairly, Feinstein volunteered across the aisle, “This is one of the best set of hearings that I’ve participated in.”

She gave Graham, a friend and colleague of decades, a brief hug.

To shocked Democrats, however, this was collusion, consorting with the enemy in a time of war.

The abortion-rights lobby NARAL demanded her removal as ranking Democrat. Minority Leader Chuck Schumer indicated that he had taken the Senate’s oldest member to the woodshed.

“I’ve had a long and serious talk with Sen. Feinstein,” said Schumer, “That’s all I’m going to say about it right now.”

Brian Fallon, executive director of Demand Justice, called on Feinstein to resign from the Judiciary Committee.

Because the 87-year-old Feinstein complimented a colleague of two decades for a fair hearing, and then hugged him, she is in peril of being purged from her position on the Judiciary Committee by her own party.

Apparently, graciously thanking Republicans is a capital offense in a Democratic caucus, some of whose members endlessly babble on about the need “to work together across party lines.”

But the Jacobin spirit is alive and well not only among Democratic elites. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, a Republican critic of Donald Trump, has said he did not cast his ballot either for the president or for Joe Biden but wrote in Ronald Reagan, the last Republican to carry his state in 1984.

Though he had walked away from a president of his own party, Hogan has been denounced for not going all the way and voting for Biden.

“Clownish, childish, an act of cowardice” sums up the reaction of some of the “Never Trumpers” who are hoping for a crushing humiliation on Nov. 3 of the Trump-led party they have abandoned.

What these episodes suggest is that the idea of bipartisan comity, or some new era of national unity should Biden win, is self-delusion.

Should Trump be defeated, his loyalists will neither forgive nor forget the Republican defectors who endorsed Biden any more than the Goldwater Republicans of 1964 forgave or forgot the Rockefeller Republicans who abandoned Mr. Conservative.

A dozen years later, the Goldwaterites were in Kansas City plotting, demanding, and then celebrating the dumping of Vice President Rockefeller from the ticket of President Gerald Ford.

Indeed, the splintering of both parties has been made broader and deeper by the events of 2020.

First, the battle over how to fight the coronavirus has created a new divide.

Those who insist on opening up the economy are attacked for seeking herd immunity at a cost of hundreds of thousands of lives. Trump and his backers have been accused of mass murder.

And during the summer of 2020, the Black Lives Matter- and antifa-fueled riots, looting, arson and assaults on cops went on for weeks, destroying billions of dollars in property and ending with demands to “defund the police.”

Scores of statues have been toppled and destroyed — statues of explorers, missionaries, Founding Fathers of the republic and presidents on Mount Rushmore.

This rampage of iconoclasts reveals a belief among many of the nation’s young that “The Making of America” they were taught about in history books in schools was a pack of lies.

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By their words and deeds, they profess America to have been the creation of racist white colonialists who enslaved Africans and brought them here to do the hard labor as they perpetrated genocide against the indigenous peoples they encountered when they came to settle and claims these lands.

These new divides in our society, manifest in 2020, are piled upon old divisions dating back decades. Now, not only are we fractured over ideology, religion, race, culture and morality, but also our country’s history has become a cause of irreconcilable conflict.

In Federalist 2, John Jay wrote of the new nation that was crafting its Constitution: “Providence has been pleased to give this one connected country to one united people — a people descended from the same ancestors, speaking the same language, professing the same religion, attached to the same principles of government, very similar in their manners and customs…”

What Jay described has disappeared in the polyglot America of 2020. And while that nation became the greatest republic in the history of mankind, the future for this land of ceaseless collision and conflict seems not so bright.

Patrick J. Buchanan is the author of “Nixon’s White House Wars: The Battles That Made and Broke a President and Divided America Forever.”

Copyright 2020 Creators.com.

 
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  1. Rational says:

    WHITE LIBERALS ARE SUB-HUMAN SCUM.

    No country, no race has ever seen scum like white liberals who spit on their own race, bash their own race, and lick the boots of the Judaists and the blacks who despise them and want to prey on their women and steal their country.

    These people are worse than animals.

    White dems need to wake up and leave the Dem party and vote for Trump, or they have shown us they are boot-licking scum.

    • Replies: @Realist
    , @Kolya Krassotkin
  2. Pat — you identify it correctly here — young people, in huge numbers, want to see America destroyed from within.

    My nephew, who is racially woke, etho-nationalist and hates the fact that I consort with China in business dealings and support its foreign policy aims when I am in country, is even preparing for a “post-America” world. I’ve already reported him to the FBI, so I wish him good luck!

    If boomers want to try and draw a line in the sand with Trump, I welcome it. The rot has already set in so deeply at the foundation of America that they’ll just be standing in the attic as the roof falls down.

    • Replies: @Rich
    , @Franz
  3. Since Trump became president, SEDITION has been the modus operendi of the Democrats, aided and abetted by most of the mainstream media. They never accepted the FACT that Donald Trump was legitimately elected. So, if Biden is elected, what makes them think those who voted for Trump in 2020 will accept THEIR candidate when they so unfairly did everything they could to remove Trump from office? For those who think things are bad now, just wait until AFTER November 3rd. What goes around, comes around!

  4. IRS has 3,000 auditors looking at Trump’s Tax Returns? Considering Donald paid an incredible
    $1, 500 in 2 separate filings of $750 each over the past 15 years —this explains part of the big problem. They are only there to loot the joint and featherbed their croney pals. His opponent from Bear Delaware is an avid Amtrak rider when he gets his chance —but prefers being tagged as “Jailer Joe”. time for 3rd $th 5th Party action- take back America for Americans – working Americans.

  5. Realist says:

    America: a Land of Ceaseless Conflict

    America: a Land of Ceaseless Corruption

    FIFY

  6. Realist says:
    @Rational

    No country, no race has ever seen scum like white liberals who spit on their own race, bash their own race, and lick the boots of the Judaists and the blacks who despise them and want to prey on their women and steal their country.

    As I have said a number of times on this blog…the first ones to be dealt with, when the SHTF are anti white, Whites.

  7. It would be funnier sitting outside the US and watching this shit-show if I didn’t have family, friends, and property that will all suffer from it. A pox on both their houses; Trump is the lesser of two evils, but unfortunately not very effective at delivering the change for which his supporters are thirsting.

    • Agree: GomezAdddams
  8. There is no agenda to “work together” with people who are trying to steal our freedom by replacing our heritage as the world’s first secular republic with a Christian theocracy. When Christians took over the demoralized remnant of the Roman Empire they ushered in a thousand years of repression and intellectual stagnation. We will not allow them to repeat this crime in our land.

    While we are selectively quoting the mendacious propaganda of the Federalist articles, let us recall that in Federalist No. 10, Virginia aristocrat James Madison argued that democracies were “spectacles of turbulence … incompatible with … the rights of property [owners].” He was especially frightened of the mass of landless Americans, who, not unlike his own slaves, “labour under all the hardships of life, and secretly sigh for a more equal distribution of its blessings.”

    In Federalist No. 35, the future first US secretary of the treasury, Alexander Hamilton, wrote, “The idea of an actual representation of all classes of people by persons of each class is altogether visionary.” Anticipating the infamous line in Orwell’s “Animal Farm”, he continued, the “weight and superior acquirements of the merchants render them more equal” than men of ordinary means.

    The usual account of anti-federalism tells of the activism of wealthy men who feared a strong central government would encroach on their local power and privilege. All but forgotten is the opposition of rank-and-file Continental Army veterans who gathered in protest at a number of locations nationwide to burn copies of the new constitution. They declared it was a betrayal of what they thought they had fought for. Captain Daniel Shays, a leader of the western Massachusetts militiamen’s abortive uprising the previous year, spoke for all American patriots when he said “we did not overthrow a wise king to be ruled by shopkeepers” but their voices have long been silenced in conventional histories of those turbulent times.

    Recall also that in the first election of 1788-9, only 43,782 men were able to cast votes for Presidential electors, out of a total American population of nearly four million.

    • Agree: dfordoom
    • Troll: GeneralRipper
  9. John Long says:
    @Observator

    Are you one of those -the Romans would have been on the Moon if it wasn’t for those damn Christians- guys?

    Hahahahaha

  10. Rich says:
    @Supply and Demand

    You turned your own nephew into the feds? The bolsheviks would be proud of you.

    • Replies: @Supply and Demand
  11. Jake says:
    @Observator

    And Hamilton is now lionized as being the great hero for blacks and browns.

    It is the great con game. The super rich use the blacks especially, but also most of the browns, as excuses, weapons, and tools to batter the white middle class and white working class into utter submission. Tyranny of the worst sort seems to be end game.

    • Agree: Bro43rd
  12. anon[197] • Disclaimer says:

    You’re like some Guelph who flopped out of a time machine yelling about the bucket and everybody’s like, What the fuck is he talking about?

    Do you really want to piss away the rapidly dwindling rest of your life fixating on some bullshit stereotyped melodrama? It’s three words of one article of one clause of one of the nine core human rights instruments. (You don’t know what I’m talking about but bear with me.) Both parties are in perfect agreement about screwing you out of every other human right you got.

    Nobody gives a rat’s ass about Jay. Your founding fathers are Allen Dulles and Frank Wisner. The conflicts you’re trained to emote about are wholly synthetic. Apparatchiks of both parties concur on impunity. That’s all your country is. The United States of Impunity.

  13. Rurik says:

    Trump and his backers have been accused of mass murder.

    And during the summer of 2020, the Black Lives Matter- and antifa-fueled riots, looting, arson and assaults on cops went on for weeks, destroying billions of dollars in property and ending with demands to “defund the police.”

    Scores of statues have been toppled and destroyed — statues of explorers, missionaries, Founding Fathers of the republic and presidents on Mount Rushmore.

    Now, not only are we fractured over ideology, religion, race, culture and morality, but also our country’s history has become a cause of irreconcilable conflict.

    diversity is (((our))) strength!

  14. @Rational

    Leftism, no matter what you call it, has always been dysgenic and always will be. It is a “philosophy” embraced by those unable to surrender their dream for an impossible to achieve perfect world for an imperfect and achievable good one.

    • Agree: follyofwar
  15. @Rich

    Yes, quite enthusiastically. I did tell him about it after, though — if he didn’t clean up his act soon, the eye of sauron would be descending on him. He’s cut off contact, but the deed is done! No one will stop the supremacy of a Chinese-dominated America as long as I can have some input into the affair.

    • Replies: @Grahamsno(G64)
  16. ANON[264] • Disclaimer says:

    In Federalist 2, John Jay wrote of the new nation that was crafting its Constitution: “Providence has been pleased to give this one connected country to one united people — a people descended from the same ancestors, speaking the same language, professing the same religion, attached to the same principles of government, very similar in their manners and customs…”

    I love Pat, and understand that he is reiterating a quote, not creating one, however that said – none of Jay’s assertions are accurate – none were intended to be accurate.

    Jay for instance was Dutch and Huguenot French (not an insult, so am I in part), ethnically, who have different languages, cultures, religious precepts, forms of govt, manners and customs from each other and from the other peoples who settled America at that time. The only thing that brought them together was Protestant Holland sheltering an incompatible variety of Protestant Frenchmen from their own homicidal monarchy.

    This is a common sort of Federalist appeal, along the lines of –
    “The founders said _____”,
    or the “Founders believed that _______”.
    This is intended to rearrange history to suggest that what is being proposed or foisted is foundationally true and good, while all else is in disrepute.

    The Washingtonian civic example is not at all well understood. Washington’s culture, notably, comes from a completely different time and custom than the standards of Morris or Hamilton, who were not even born in North America.

    Washington, although a colonial, was modeling a trait that was idealized amongst an English Elite, consisting of Chivalry and self-denial, in which the well-born were expected to owe and fulfill a duty to those less well off in the era prior to mass industrialization.

    In early American history, the successful commanders of the English Jamestown settlement, Yeardley and Gates, are buried under the title of ‘Knight’, which is not used in the medieval sense of the title, but in the Chivalic concept of service and fulfillment of duty to the welfare of their people.

    Washington was modeling this concept, which did not survive an hour beyond his own term in office, since it was already an archaic concept limited to an isolated regional class in America. This might have been a norm to the Washingtons, Lees, or Randolphs, but it was not ingrained amongst other populations who formed the bulk of the society.

    You cant equate superstitious Puritans so sure of their rightness that they will glibly murder their own in supernatural inspired lunacy, with Totalitarian Quakers, or hardscrabble Ulsterite frontiersmen, Dutch Burghers, Mennonite farmers, French voyageurs, Tidewater old money Nobles, Welsh mining communities, Highland Scots in the Atlantic seaboard..etc.

    These are all quite incompatible cultures in various, sundry ways, and they will all manifest idealized LOCAL government in quite different ways. I think that to convince people to accept something that is not in their communal self interest or longevity, you first have to strip them of the normal societal defense mechanisms that would act as the first line of defense.

    The great strength of the Articles of Confederation were that while it provided common cause and peaceful unity among the states, it made it impossible to dominate or assume dictatorial power over all of these varied peoples who retained local allegiances to their own peoples.

    Homogenizing varied populations under one dominion with absolute Judicial control over their lives led not to liberty but to enforced servitude.

    • Agree: Bro43rd
  17. Anon[240] • Disclaimer says:

    “…this land of ceaseless collision and conflict””
    – The essay

    “Why this preoccupation with irresolvable conflict? Don’t you want a new mental life?”
    -Maria, dumping Zukerman, in Philip Roth’s “The Counterlife.” “Dissension and contentiousness…put a spring in your heel,” says Maria.

  18. anon[146] • Disclaimer says:

    In Federalist 2, John Jay wrote of the new nation that was crafting its Constitution: “Providence has been pleased to give this one connected country to one united people — a people descended from the same ancestors, speaking the same language, professing the same religion, attached to the same principles of government, very similar in their manners and customs…”

    I love Pat, and understand that he is reiterating a quote, not creating one, however that said – none of Jay’s assertions are accurate – none were intended to be accurate.

    Jay for instance was Dutch and Huguenot French (not an insult, so am I in part), ethnically, who have different languages, cultures, religious precepts, forms of govt, manners and customs from each other and from the other peoples who settled America at that time. The only thing that brought them together was Protestant Holland sheltering an incompatible variety of Protestant Frenchmen from their own homicidal monarchy.

    This is a commonly encountered sort of Federalist appeal, along the lines of “The founders said _____”, or the “Founders believed that _______”. This is intended to rearrange history to suggest that what is being proposed or foisted is foundationally true and good, while all else is in disrepute.

    The Washingtonian civic example is not at all well understood. Washington’s culture, notably, comes from a completely different time and custom than the standards of Morris or Hamilton, who were not even born in North America.

    Washington, although a colonial, was modeling a trait that was idealized amongst an English Elite, consisting of Chivalry and self-denial, in which the well-born were expected to owe and fulfill a duty to those less well off in the era prior to mass industrialization.

    In early American history, the successful commanders of the English Jamestown settlement, Yeardley and Gates, are buried under the title of ‘Knight’, which is not used in the medieval sense of the title, but in the Chivalic concept of service and fulfillment of duty to the welfare of their people.

    Washington was modeling this concept, which did not survive an hour beyond his own term in office, since it was already an archaic concept limited to an isolated regional class in America. This might have been a norm to the Washingtons, Lees, or Randolphs, but it was not ingrained amongst other populations who formed the bulk of the society.

    Hamilton and Morris conversely, are commercially motivated aliens who had no stake in any of the vried peoples who had spent lifetimes building societies in America. Their goal was not to preserve existing communities for their own residents, or to ensure the rights of local government, but to consolidate these peoples under centralized control.

    You cant equate superstitious Puritans so sure of their rightness that they will glibly murder their own in supernatural inspired lunacy, with Totalitarian Quakers, or hardscrabble Ulsterite frontiersmen, Dutch Burghers, Mennonite farmers, French voyageurs, Tidewater old money Nobles, Welsh mining communities, Highland Scots in the Atlantic seaboard..etc.

    These are all quite incompatible cultures in various, sundry ways, and they will all manifest idealized LOCAL government in quite different ways. I think that to convince people to accept something that is not in their communal self interest or longevity, you first have to strip them of the normal societal defense mechanisms that would act as the first line of defense.

    The great strength of the Articles of Confederation were that while it provided common cause and peaceful unity among the states, it made it impossible to dominate or assume dictatorial power over all of these varied peoples who retained local allegiances to their own peoples.

    Homogenizing varied populations under one dominion with absolute Judicial control over their lives led not to liberty but to enforced servitude.

    • Replies: @Anon
  19. Anon[240] • Disclaimer says:
    @anon

    Okay, I see that the early settlers were heterogeneous in many respects. Thank you. But I suspect that a psychologist/sociologist would say that they largely shared personality and sensibility, and that this commonality was most important. I am reminded of NE Asia immigrants to the U.S. The are culturally different from other groups, but this is overridden by their decency, industriousness, and cognitive ability.

  20. All this nonsense started after Bill Clinton drank with Yeltsin and the Moscow Treasury looted for London and other locales. Bill and Hillary did well ( the foundation) and the boys in Trump Tower bailed Donnie . Now this is what they want —-USA to implode and it puzzles me why WHITE Portland has been so BLM —-something not adding up

  21. Franz says:
    @Supply and Demand

    If boomers want to try and draw a line in the sand with Trump, I welcome it.

    The downsized among that contingent (that is, the majority) are neither drawing lines nor voting.

    Their country was given away in 1984 and the well-off ones (Fred Reed) shoved off while the old real economy went virtual. Most are unaccounted for, which is just as well. Why care? It don’t help.

    Turning family members over to the giv’ment won’t help either. Trusting the FBI hasn’t been worth it since James Stewart starred in a Hoover-approved movie called The FBI Story back when dinosaurs ruled the Earth. Long long ago.

    • Replies: @follyofwar
  22. @Observator

    Recall also that in the first election of 1788-9, only 43,782 men were able to cast votes for Presidential electors, out of a total American population of nearly four million.

    Fewer than that. Almost all the states had their legislatures choose the electors back then.

  23. @Franz

    The country was “given away,” not in 1984, but in 1965 with passage of the Hart-Celler Immigration Act.

    Also, perhaps I didn’t understand your allusion, but what was given away in 1984 anyway? What comes to my mind with that date is Reagan’s re-election and Orwell’s prophetic novel.

  24. @Observator

    Regarding your last observation, Observator, the fact that the right to vote has become nearly universal for all adults, has made the country’s dire situation and short and long-term outlook much worse. Too bad we can’t go back to the days when only well-educated male property owners could vote and hold office. Too much democracy contains within it the seeds of its own destruction, which we are witnessing in spades today.

    • Replies: @dfordoom
  25. Bro43rd says:

    Democracy, 2 wolves and a sheep voting on what’s for dinner.
    Democracy, the 1st leg of the journey to totalitarianism.
    Democracy, the polite way of saying mob rule.
    And @supply and demand, may your action against your nephew come back to bite you on your own a$$.

  26. TGD says:

    The tripartite system of government, devised by our founding “parents” 230+ years ago, has broken down into endless partisan fighting. What’s happening in today’s politics is more akin to what goes on in the parliamentary system where politicians are always at each others throats. Bipartisanship is not natural to politics.

    The presidency is an unwieldy office. It was devised as a democratically elected king with extraordinary powers. It should be broken up into 2 parts. Neither Trump nor Biden measure up to the job.

    The USA is run by a 2 party duopoly controlled by special interests. It is a corruption.

    We need a new constitution or a revolution.

    • Replies: @follyofwar
    , @dfordoom
  27. @TGD

    Given that the average IQ scores in the US have been falling for decades, and that the most upstanding people want no part of elective office, scrapping the current constitution for something new seems like a very dubious proposition. If Biden and the far left democrats win the election, we’d have the likes of AOC and her goon squad writing it. Between a new constitution or revolution, there is a better third option – Secession.

    • Replies: @dfordoom
  28. dfordoom says: • Website
    @follyofwar

    Too bad we can’t go back to the days when only well-educated male property owners could vote and hold office.

    Systems in which only those with power and money get to vote are not sustainable in the long term.

    People have historically accepted monarchies because they saw kings as representing the interests of the common people against the nobility. But they won’t accept a democratic system in which only the rich get to vote.

    The least bad political system is monarchy.

    • Replies: @YackDaRipper
  29. dfordoom says: • Website
    @TGD

    The presidency is an unwieldy office. It was devised as a democratically elected king with extraordinary powers.

    You would have been better off with a monarchy. Even a constitutional monarchy would have been better.

  30. dfordoom says: • Website
    @follyofwar

    Between a new constitution or revolution, there is a better third option – Secession.

    It worked great last time. I’m confident it will be almost as successful this time.

  31. @dfordoom

    The reason why property owners held the franchise is because the taxing systems of the time were based on property. This approach combats “soak the rich” tactics. Any “poor” person willing to work and defend a new homestead on the frontier could become just as wealthy.

    But go on, tell me more about how the layabout class is their moral equal.

  32. I believe that the power structure is trying to evade responsibility for their crimes of 9/11 inside job with full cooperation of all government, large corporations, financial institutions, media, and universities, and now for the Health Scare Scamdemic by attempting to persuade people that people are remotely controlling them with MKUltra techniques. Everyone knows how weird Hillary acted with Secret Service agents reaching in their pockets and pressing buttons on a device, how strange Pelosi, Schiff, Trump, Fauci, and Gates are acting, like circus freak show acts.
    This illegal surgery and MKUltra techniques have been performed on me and have tortured me and resulted in sleep deprivation and an inability to cry, as well as reduced concentration from the obvious fact that I am being terrorized with DEWs and EMF radiation. It produces extremely horrible sensations, as if my brain gets magnetized, it actually has been with the EMFs. Despite the fact that these DEWs have been used on me, they have been incapable of controlling deciscions that I make, asking me to give things up, or move out of the neighborhood, This has been done to approximately 300,000 people according to anesthesiologist Dr. John R. Hall on his website International Center Against Abuse of Covert Technologies:
    http://www.ICAACT.org/

    [MORE]

    Others have stated over and over again that a person under hypnosis cannot be compelled to do things that they are morally opposed to doing. :

    https://wikispooks.com/wiki/Document:Mind_Control_and_the_US_Government

    They obviously want to get away with criminal behavior by saying that they were remotely controlled to commit crimes. Well, the technology is being used on me, and I do not commit crimes, and I do not do what they tell me to do, in fact, I don’t even believe in the Lock Downs, distancing, masks, covid vaccines, social and travel restrictions, and I am not going to vote for any candidates, because they are all totally corrupt. Only a totally delusional person would take orders from an anonymous, cowardly, psychopath that is using DEWs on them. The DEW users have threatened me as well. I simply refuse to obey the DEW criminal psychopaths.

    Devices were illegally implanted in me while unconscious at Columbia St. Mary’s Ozaukee on March 27th, 2014, I have barely been able to cry, despite intense feeling of sorrow resulting from a serious of personal tragedies and losses that few would be able to survive, all tragic events were a cascade of losses in such a rapid succession and of such grave consequences that to say that it is truly a series of horrors would be a gross understatement. I used to cry constantly. I am simply unable to express it as a result of psychotronic weaponry, it is not that I do not feel it. It started with immediate sleep deprivation and extremely loud tinnitus in my left ear, and the inability to cry. They turned my brain into a three way transistor radio with devices implanted in both ears and in my nasal cavity. I have written about this in the past and have told many people and informed law enforcement, politicians, and health care at all levels, and all notifications have been ignored, laughed at, and even resulted in threats against me by St. Mary’s staff. Immediately my first phone was hacked in June of 2017, someone started using DEWs on me. The DEW users repeat non-sensical chants and sexually harrass me and ask me to give up things to them, none of which I have given up. I do not hear it if music is playing, or listening to the radio because the radio waves are larger than the microwaves and displaces them like ripples in a pool from a boulder would displace ripples from a pebble. It is the most offensive and grotesque personal invasion concievable and I have been raped by a stranger, prior to this, and this is much worse, because it never stops, it is an invisible, cowardly, brain-raping, parasitic, psychopath that will not stop. It is total rape by a total coward(s) and a total moster(s) that belongs in a federal pennitentiary for life. I do not know how many people are involved. Anything with a motor also repeats these chants, as well as anything with plumbing because the microwaves can jump to copper pipes. Since I have experienced it miles away from my home, with or without cell-phone, I have concluded that it is beamed from a satellite, and are frequency specific to the illegally implanted devices. My house is constantly broken into and things stolen and vandalized as well as neighbors that stalk and spy and gas-light and have even placed things in their windows that they stole from my home including curtains, and small round globe colored lights which the lights have been removed and placed back in their windows dozens of times. This terrorism has conicided with all of the tragic losses that I have endured since 2014. I have lived in this neighborhood since 2000 and never had a single problem with a neighbor until then. New neighbors have also moved in around me since then on three sides. Two of those neighbors have placed items stolen from me in their windows. 

    There is a terrorist network in my neighborhood. The people involved in this are not from a particular political party or religion. Some of the individuals involved that lived here prior to 2014 are Republicans, some are Democrats, some are Christian, some are Jews. The only common link that I am aware of is their criminal behavior. I have lived in this neighborhood for longer than all of but four other households. Many new neighbors have also moved into the neighborhood and the majority of the men and women do not have jobs, so how they can live here without jobs is unusual. This was all pre-lockdown.

    Vault7 tevhnology is also being used on me. My smart meter was hacked as well as appliances and people remotely control my lights, thermostat, and appliances at their whims. This could only happen to someone living in a shit-hole neighborhood, in a shit-hole village, in a shit-hole county, in a shit-hole state, in a shit-hole country, considering all that have been notified and refused to prosecute and imprison the psychopathic terrorists. Notifications have gone from the Grafton police, all the way up to Donald Trump. 

    The only reason that I have not killed myself is because I want to expose them and have them permantly thrown in federal pennitntiaries where they can no longer harm people because they pose extreme dangers to society.

    Here is documention that Psychotronic Weapons do exist by written author Mojamir Babacek:

    https://www.globalresearch.ca/electromagnetic-and-informational-weapons-the-remote-manipulation-of-the-human-brain/688

    https://www.globalresearch.ca/author/mojmir-babacek

    Andrea Iravani

  33. I think that, broadly speaking, the OP is right: partisan rancor is at an all-time high (or at least a post-civil-war high).

    Now, that being said, the question of “what happens next?” is still left open. A lot of people are saying – as they have been saying for a long time – that America’s present set of conflicts will spiral out of control into secession/partition of the country. I don’t believe that this is a realistic scenario, as I’ve explained here: https://www.twilightpatriot.com/2020/08/why-splitting-america-in-half-is-silly.html.

    As for what will happen? It’s hard to say, but if the Democrats win the White House, win the Senate, and make good on their promise to pack the Supreme Court, we could see a few decades of one party rule. Since Democrats have such a huge advantage among the younger generation, it’s difficult to foresee their grip on power letting up anytime soon.

  34. Only 54% of voters plan on voting prior to election day compared to 42% in 2016.

    https://apnews.com/article/election-2020-virus-outbreak-voting-politics-joe-biden-3d8b70cc5c9114ec214a3b9d7981bde3

    It really would not surprise me if covid will also be used to stuff ballot boxes from both parties with the highest percentage of disaffected voters in my life time over the government handling of covid that permitted the most severe constitutional rights abuses against the entire U.S. population all based on scientific fraud, and that Biden is obviously senile, among other problems, and that Trump is obviously letting the Davos Committee of 3,000 Ass Holes run the country and the world into ruin, while Trump just tweets controversial remarks as a distraction.

    Davos World Economic Forum has obviously completely over thrown not only the entire government, but the entire economy as well, and Trump let them do it, which is totally unforgiveable!

    This is now two strikes against Major Terrorist Attacks on Republicans watch, first the 9/11 inside job, for which nobody actually responsible has been charged, and now this.

    It is safe to say that Davos World Economic Forum has also overthrown the Republican Party!
    I will not be voting, because of the reasons that I stated, I cannot support either candidate in good conscience!
    Andrea Iravani

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  35. USA1943 says:
    @No Friend Of The Devil

    You and lots of people are saying Biden is Senile, but he basically came through (With some mistakes example he said Home Insurance, Instead of Health Insurance) in the 2 debates and his speech, but the Media other than Fox is suppressing the gaffes as well as the Bubolinski story. The people can’t hold something against Biden when they don’t know about it, and the Trump haters don’t watch Fox in any significant numbers, so they see a Man who makes a few mistakes, but not as being Senile.

    Looking at the Polls the Cognitive decline of Biden accusation has not worked, and neither has the Bubolinski situation, Having almost all the Media is a Huge Advantage, I hope Trump wins, but it looks bleak.

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