It’s all so scripted. Time for Irish Democracy?

It’s all so scripted. Time for Irish Democracy? By Doug “Uncola” Lynn.

The recent “Stop the Steal” rally in Washington D.C. unwound in a … seemingly scripted, fashion. Just like the election fraud that took place months earlier that was predicted by both President Trump and Vice President Pence many months before November 3, 2020, so was the potential for violence, and ANTIFA infiltration, predicted by AM radio hosts and other political commenters prior to the rally on January 6, 2021. …

Could anyone have scripted the events of the first week of the New Year that would have left Trump supporters more shamed, scorned, and deflated than they are now? And that’s the point: The outcomes are too perfect for the political left …

EO 13848?

Even now, there are those who believe Trump will pull the trigger on his last remaining option to save the republic: Executive Order 13848 — and that is the real reason why the Democrats are in such a hurry to impeach the president and remove him from office before Inauguration Day. …

As I questioned in an article from November: If Trump were real, a true swamp fighter, then what would stop him from “going full Franco, declaring the election invalid, and beginning the arrests and executions; because if the Republic is over anyway… why not?”

Some of Trump’s supporters still believe this may happen that is why Trump said “a new administration” will be inaugurated on January 20, 2021 accompanied by this cryptic tweet: “And to all of my wonderful supporters, I know you are disappointed but I also want you to know that our incredible journey is only just beginning.”

More hopium? Or could anything happen, even now? Either way, MAGA dreams die hard. After all, why would a U.S. president fully committed to making America great again, concede to an election he knows was stolen…. unless he was controlled opposition from the start?

I watched Trump’s “Stop the Steal” speech in Washington D.C. and it appeared he was exhausting all legal and political remedies. Admittedly, it was surreal to hear a U.S. President appeal to his vice-president to “do the right thing” and save the nation. It was also bizarre to see news networks, including Fox, broadcast close-up shots of the rally in order to make the crowd size appear smaller.

Who needs enemies with allies like the establishment Republicans?

By that evening, America’s political leaders regathered on the floor of the senate and thanked the capitol police for defending the building against “insurrection”. Additionally, there was a near-universal capitulation by the GOP. We witnessed former Trump supporting senators such as Mike Lee (R-UT), Lindsay Graham (R-SC), and Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) publicly abandon the president in an orgy of virtue-signaling enthusiasm.

Was it just me, or did Lindsay Graham appear smug and, even, excitedly satisfied in his concession speech to The Borg?

Fear or humiliation?

And why are Democrats acting so frantic now, given the fact that Trump appears to have been completely canceled? Does The Borg now fear what Trump might do next?

Probably not. Schumer and Pelosi’s current hysterics likely have more to do with completely humiliating the president as opposed to anything else; especially humiliation afflicted on the president as a message to those who would dare to follow in his footsteps. …

Time for Irish democracy?

More regimes have been brought, piecemeal, to their knees by what was once called “Irish Democracy” — the silent, dogged resistance, withdrawal, and truculence of millions of ordinary people — than by revolutionary vanguards or rioting mobs.

The premise behind “Irish Democracy” is that the State lacks the enforcement power to have its way with millions upon millions of rebels. It’s Mohandas Gandhi’s strategy, albeit without his overt confrontations with the institutions of government. “You can ignore the State and do as you please, as long as you keep your head down.”

Removing the overt confrontations makes “Irish Democracy” much safer than any other form of rebellion. The State needs conspicuous, targetable rebels. It cannot use terror of its forces without someone to turn into an “example.” No conspicuous rebels means nothing for the State to crucify for the edification of the public.