Kids Launching DDoS Attacks

Children as young as 9 years old who are trying to win video games are launching attacks against computer networks. In an attempt to get any edge that they can against opponents in online games, they use mods and other computer software to attack the networks of their opponents, slowing that opponent’s network connection to a crawl. This gives them an edge and enables them to win the game.

Research has suggested that many young students do not consider it “wrong” to disrupt other players’ gaming experience because it is considered just “another way to win,” their peers are doing it too, and they certainly do not believe that they are likely to get into any trouble with the law.

While in the immediate, it is disturbing that children are slowing Internet service, the most troubling thing about this is the attitude. The “I need to achieve at all costs” attitude lowers the bar for what children consider cheating and unethical behavior. This attitude that it is OK to attack an opponent’s network to beat him at a game is the equivalent of hiding your opponent’s baseball bat in order to prevent him from getting on base. The children view it as “using your resources” to win the game.

It’s cheating.

This is an indication that children are viewing unethical behavior as something that is acceptable, as long as it helps you win. This is carrying over into other facets of their lives. They cheat on homework. They cheat on tests. When teachers call them on it, they claim that they were just using the resources available to them. Too often, their parents support this attitude.

So these children eventually grow into adults, and those adults have the same set of morals and opinions that they learned as children: a winner take all attitude where the ends always justify the means.

Now apply this attitude to politics. It becomes OK to stuff ballot boxes. It becomes OK to game mail in balloting. All that matters is winning, and gaming an election becomes a mere exercise in “using your resources” to win the game. At any cost.

We learn our sense of fair play, morality, and how to interact with others from playing games with other children when we ourselves are children. If we are allowing our children to think it is acceptable to damage computer networks to win at a video game, what will they think is acceptable when they want to win an election?

Lawfare in Elections

The election manipulation act, or whatever they were calling it, failed to pass. That won’t deter the Communist revolution. Instead, they are going to use the Republican outrage against the 2020 farce as an excuse to eliminate as many Republicans from the field as possible.

One way or the other, they are going to rig the next election. Soros owns the attorneys general in those states, and he is going to weaponize them.


The Democrats are claiming that the mere impeachment without conviction of President Trump is evidence enough of insurrection to trigger the 14th Amendment and prohibit him from holding office.

The first problem with this theory is that an impeachment isn’t a conviction, but merely an accusation. This would hand the lower house of Congress the power to deny anyone to run for any Federal office, merely by voting to impeach them.

Even if this theory were true, how will they enforce it? I remember that there were allegations that Obama didn’t meet the Constitutional requirements for the Presidency, but the courts ruled time and again that no one had legal standing to challenge his candidacy or presidency.

More Sellouts

The Republican party is in the middle of a giant sellout. First it was one. Now there is a rush to be part of the group that fellates the Democrat party. Maybe if you suck up to the left, they will keep you around.

We KNOW the election was rigged. The left knows it too. Time magazine even bragged about it while daring America do do anything about it.

What is worrying to me is that politicians are good at one thing: knowing how to suck up to power so they can retain the power they have, and perhaps even gain more. The right rushing to sell out their voters KNOWING that the Biden administration is as unpopular as their 33% approval ratings show is a pretty good indication that the Republican party knows where the power is, and it is no longer located at the ballot box.

The list of those who are selling out is getting longer: Mitch McConnell, Kevin Cramer, John Thune, and a few others. They are abandoning their base to follow those who they believe will allow them to remain in office. A president with a 33 percent approval rating normally doesn’t have much clout on Capitol Hill. This one does, because his party owns the ballot box, and they all know it.

So many people claim that “we can just vote them all out at the next election.” As if there is going to be a next election.


The election in 2018 was the last free and fair election held in the United States. The one in 2022, where so many people are pinning their hopes, is already lost. Even as you read this, the Democrats are putting the finishing touches on changes to our voting laws that will permit them to rig them in perpetuity.

In support of the Federal government taking over the election process, James Clyburn has said that elections are too important to be left to the states. This is blatantly against the Constitution.

The House of Representatives shall be composed of Members chosen every second Year by the People of the several States, and the Electors in each State shall have the Qualifications requisite for Electors of the most numerous Branch of the State Legislature.

Article 1, Section II

Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, a Number of Electors, equal to the whole Number of Senators and Representatives to which the State may be entitled in the Congress

Article 2, Section I

Never mind that, though. You see, the Constitution is too hard to understand and needs to be rewritten, according to the Boston Globe. The Globe complains about grammatical errors in the Constitution, then proposes a new preamble. The proposed rewrite sounds like it was written by a retard:

Updating the whole document will be a monumental job. I’ve only made a start — on that first paragraph. I call it the Good News Preamble. It goes like this: “Our country is the United States. We want to make it better. And so we’ve come up with this Constitution.”

So these idiots are the same ones who think that they can do a better job with communism than all of the others that have failed. They aim to do it, and are changing the laws to ensure that they never have to worry about those pesky people interfering in their plans ever again.

Is the fix in?

The 2020 election had some odd forewarning. Just two weeks before the election, my wife and I took a road trip to the Blue Ridge Parkway. On the way, we saw tons of Trump signs and stickers, almost no Biden ones. I mean, it was running ten to one. I thought to myself that there was no way that Biden was running a good enough campaign to win. We all know what happened next.

The 2022 midterm elections will tell the tale. This is how we know whether or not the 2020 election’s shenanigans will be a permanent feature. Historically, the sitting President’s political party does poorly if the economy is also not well.

The President’s popularity has much to do with this. According to Gallup’s polling history, presidents with an approval rating below 50 percent have seen their party lose 37 House seats on average while presidents with a 50 percent or higher approval rating have lost 14 on average. Only two U.S. presidents have seen their party gain House seats according to the American Presidency Project – Bill Clinton in 1998 and George W. Bush in 2002.

Meanwhile, Biden has an approval rating that is somewhere in the low 40 percent range. Congress has an approval rating of 21 percent.

Now here I am, looking at all of this with only ten months to the mid term elections. Note that the Democrats don’t really look all that concerned. Sure, they are SAYING they are worried, but if they were really concerned, they would be doing their usual preelection rush to look centrist. They aren’t trying to change course, aren’t really DOING anything about the situation. The actions continue to show that they are still following the hard leftward course. It’s like they know the fix is in and have nothing to worry about. I really home I am wrong with this one.