Bitter Truths May Save The Country
by Renee Parsons
There are a number of bitter truths to emerge from the 2022 mid term election that demand attention ASAP without which no truly fair and honest Presidential election can occur in 2024. One obvious glaring truth is that the country’s electoral integrity is in shambles and without each state assuming its responsibility to repair its own election system, the 2024 campaign may be over before it’s done.
With the RINOs (Republicans in Name Only) blatantly in collusion with the Democrats to unduly influence the outcome of elections, another glaring truth is that there are two emphatic wings of the Republican party vying for dominance. Until 2022, the RINOs have been regarded, by some observers, to be a minority faction within the mainstream of Republicanism.
Given the current level of frenzy and turmoil in American political world, it is essential that meaningful dialogue on the 2022 mid term election fraud not get lost in the chaos; especially as the lack of election integrity goes deeper than Donald J. Trump or his 2020 reelection.
Without rehashing the JFK assassination of almost sixty years ago, there is still no national consensus that the murder of the President of the United States was accomplished by US intelligence agencies at the direction of some version of the Deep State, the Illuminati, the Globalist Cabal or perhaps even the Vice President. We, the American people, have allowed that monstrous act to remain an open wound on our national soul that has never healed.
While 1963 may have been the beginning of electoral fraud as demise of the modern Democratic party began in earnest, every professional politician understood the appalling truth; that to represent The People as Kennedy was beginning to do was a threat to their own existence as the party of Jefferson – Jackson began its behind-the-scenes descent into an amoral pit of depraved criminality. It is no secret that the country’s systemic political problems have coincided with a lack of honest, fair elections.
Here’s where the quality of Congress is still directly affected by that one horrific event. Make no mistake about it that every Federal candidate for office since 1963 has totally understood and abided by the implicit unspoken threat to remain within certain parameters of conduct and deeds. Each candidate understood they were to never deeply question the status quo or challenge the false narrative that the US Empire is the tacit ruler of the world – until the 2016 election when Donald J. Trump broke the rules and the American people began to understand that the United States role is not to dictate or strongarm the rest of the world.
While voter integrity may have been a lingering predicament, it is true that because HRC was widely expected to win the 2016 election, there was no need to block Trump. With no prophetic victory in sight, the election proceeded until the wee hours of November 4th , when Trump won the electoral college and was declared President of the United States.
At that point, all bets were off. Until 2016, every other candidate had always dutifully adhered to the implicit tenet; to remain within their own lane of customary policy deliberations and never raise the existence of a Deep State, where it resides and who are its owners.
We now know that without a proactive, fully engaged Congress willing to dig deep on behalf of Truth and the American people; little of substance gets done. Too often, Members of Congress are content to be bobbing heads, pillars of the community with no commitment to activism or daring to rock the boat. With Twitter acting as the DNC’s conduit and every other social media network on board with the agenda; we now know that without a proactive Congress to ask necessary questions, Federal corruption, in all its forms, continues to thrive.
It took the utter fear of Trump’s unpredictable nature for the Democrats to reveal themselves for who they are; as agents of an unconstitutional campaign to overthrow a duly elected president with the assistance of corrupt intel and perverted federal law enforcement agencies. With removal of their mask, it is apparent that Dems have allowed every once great American city to deteriorate to the squalor and rot it is currently; and to allow its public schools to wallow in filth and drugs without ever offering a true campus for learning.
As the America First movement gained a political foothold on the country’s conscience, the Democrats not only had to eliminate Trump but find a way to eliminate the activists who believed and lived the God-given principles within the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Even before 2020, the DNC was ordering Twitter and presumably every other social network to censor its political opponents!
By 2020 the Dems coordinated a national Steal strategy with the mockingbird media and a majority of 501.C.3’s as its foot soldiers to conduct a massive ballot collection operation with no one the wiser. By 2022, as the AF activists realized the power of holding political office, Dem desperation was a powerful motivator as the strategy necessarily became more obvious and blatant as the unraveling began in Arizona and elsewhere.
We now know that when America First candidates dared to primary their more institutionally-oriented GOP brethren, both House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy and Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell purposefully disrupted the candidate field to deny the will of the voters as RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel pursued her weekly hair appointment.
That interruption of the democratic process came as a shocker to many AF activists as it has caused bitter internal friction revealing that many RINOs in Congress are little more than controlled opposition unwilling to challenge their Democratic peers or the illegitimacy of the Biden Administration. It may also be a bitter truth that many Congressional RINOs feed out of the same fundraising trough as many Democrats.
While the mid term did not yield the hoped for results, thanks largely to McCarthy and McConnell, Sen. Rick Scott’s (R-Fl) challenge (37-10-1) to McConnell as Senate leader was an essential, heroic effort. Ten Republican Senators supported Scott while thirty-seven Republican Senators took the status quo route even though McConnell had openly denied funding to a hand-picked slate of Senate candidates. While the secret vote was McConnell’s first leadership challenge in many years, McConnell supporters Sens. Burr (NC), Blunt (MO) and Portman (OH) are leaving the Senate in January. The old guard will be replaced by former Rep. Ted Budd (NC), JD Vance (OH), Katie Britt (ALA) and former state Attorney General Eric Schmitt (MO), all of whom are indicative of a new generation of America First in the Senate.
Renee Parsons served on the once prestigious ACLU’s Florida State Board of Directors and as president of the ACLU Treasure Coast Chapter. She has been an elected public official in Colorado, staff in the Office of the Colorado State Public Defender, an environmental lobbyist for Friends of the Earth and a staff member of the US House of Representatives in Washington DC. She can be found at firstname.lastname@example.org.