We could be six days away from losing our rule of law and losing the situation where we have elections we can all rely on. There’s at least a significant chance that this country could be consumed by violence all over the next week, after this election.”
1.) We haven’t had the rule of law here in a very very long time. If we had had the rule of law in 1998 Bill Clinton would have been convicted of what he was impeached for and removed from office. Remember, everyone agreed he committed perjury. If we had the rule of law there would have been legal consequences for Bush II lying about Weapons of Mass Destruction… Hillary Clinton would have suffered legal consequences for lying about Benghazi … Barack Obama would’ve suffered legal consequences for slandering the Cambridge police department… Jim Comey, Peter Strozk, Lisa Page, John Brennan would have suffered legal consequences for their treason in screaming “Russia, Russia, Russia.” If we had the rule of law Trump, Fauci, Birx, and countless others would be in jail for rushing poison masking as vaccine to be injected into the muscles of people.
Get your head out of your southern most aperture Beschloss and quit warning about the possible rule of law. I was a child when we lost the rule of law in this country.
2.) Elections we can all rely on?
You mean like the 1960 Kennedy vs. Nixon Presidential election?
You mean like Lyndon Johnson’s “election” to be the Democratic Candidate in the 1948 US Senate contest?
3.) Beschloss is right on one thing. The Democrats have so pissed in our election pool nobody from either side is going to trust the result of this election and this especially if the DEMS pull the “we’re going to have to stop counting because we are tired” routine. If elections are not decided until days later nobody is going to be satisfied. The DEMS created this atmosphere. Let them live with the consequences.
If this whole thing burns down around us (an outcome I would not be dissatisfied with) then let it rest at the feet of the party that was willing to cheat in order to put a guy who barely campaigned and yet received more votes than Barack Obama into office.