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Happy to be Wrong

McAuliffe finally conceded, making the Virginia’s next Governor a Republican. That is great news, and proves that I was incorrect about this election. I still do believe that this means the Democrats will hold nothing back next November when it comes to holding on to Congress.

I guess time will tell.

8 replies on “Happy to be Wrong”

Yessir, I think the Nat’l elections are what matter to the oligarchs, not local ones. And, this helps damp the fires of rebellion. The Midterms, maybe. 2024, for sure. How many states still use dominion-style voting equipment? 31? 27?

Since your wife might be slacking, you were also very wrong about the protest over the jan 6 protesters. The only ones who showed up were fibs.

I might be confused, I thought you were big in to Jan 6 counter protested would be the big false flag to take away more rights?
As it is, I think ever good conservative has learned, most anything like this is going to be a setup with more fbi’s then sane.

Nope. What I said was that it would be foolish to show up there and protest, thus giving the Feds a casus belli. There was nothing to be gained by going to what was an obvious setup.
False flag? I never said that. I felt that it was a trap. I still stand behind that.

I’m expecting Joe to have some sort of medical emergency causing him to resign soon. They’ll figure out a way to Agnew Kamala so she leaves first and they’ll have a great reset at the White House putting someone in who’s more popular. Maybe Michelle O. .

That gets tricky for the Democrats. If Kamala goes first, the Senate is left at 50 – 50 and at least one Republican vote would be required to confirm a replacement. I think if Joe has to go, they endure Kamala for the balance of the term and the powers that be will make it clear to her that she is not to run.

I am also surprised to be wrong about the VA race. There is evidence of some questionable activity, but not enough to swing the election.

I suspect that if there is a plan to replace Biden, which there probably is, they will wait until after the 2022 elections so that his replacement would have a shot at two terms on their own. If the Dems lose seats as expected, it would also be a convenient excuse to replace him then.
The problem with throwing Congressional elections, especially the House, is that there are so many districts involved, different places that all have to be in on it.
Further, some of the swing districts are in states with tighter election procedures, like Texas, Florida, and Ohio… Which also don’t use Dominion machines; without major changes those districts will be hard to fix.

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