Looking Glass Redux

Back in April of this year I said some pretty discouraging words about the future prospects of this country.  The conceit I pushed in that post involved some of the statements to be found in the Alice in Wonderland stories.  All in all, I think the points I made and the insane statements by the inhabitants of Wonderland matched up pretty well.  Bravo photog!

Well, current events haven’t overthrown my feelings of doom and gloom over the unprecedented outrages that the Left has unleashed while performing their hostile takeover of the United States.  Their willingness to use the Department of Justice and kangaroo courts to imprison their adversaries is proceeding at full speed and now they’ve even indicted a former president in their determination to eliminate their competition in the 2024 Presidential election.  So, the madness continues unabated.

But far from sanity returning, the madness is reaching new heights.  It’s as if the Wonderland characters have broken through to a new level where even they are shocked by what’s going on.

This week we were witness to the spectacle of the Washington Post declaring that their own new poll of over a thousand voters that showed Trump ahead of Biden by ten points (52 percent to 42 percent) couldn’t possibly be true.  It’s as if the Mad Hatter asked his associates a question and then found the answer too crazy for even him to believe!

Now don’t get me wrong.  I don’t mean that those poll results mean anything about the Left losing control over the levers of power in Washington.  Election fraud is now an exact science and the ballots for November 2024 are probably being printed up right now to save time.

What I am saying is that the combination of banana republic political tactics and the incompetence that this administration has demonstrated with respect to energy policy, economic management, fiscal policy and foreign policy has shocked the American public.  Combined with the obvious deterioration of Joe Biden’s physical and mental abilities this has destroyed the country’s confidence in his administration.  I’m not surprised by the poll’s result.  In fact, based on the panic that has set in, across the Democrat controlled media, I think this poll is being used to convince everyone on the Left that Biden must bow out of the 2024 race immediately.

It has been opined by several people that I talk to, that the recent indictment of Senator Menendez of New Jersey for taking bribes is really a message to Biden that the FBI could easily turn on him if he doesn’t drop out right away.  That doesn’t sound impossible to me.  Something drastic like this might be the only thing that could force Biden to drop out right away.  And that would allow the Democrats the time needed to find primary candidates to replace him.

And we’re still a year and more before the election.  Based on what’s going on with food and gas prices and the current state of the Ukraine War I don’t think it’s unreasonable to say that things may get much, much worse over the course of the next year.

So, what will 2024 look like?

The economy looks problematic.  Inflation is stubbornly high and the only thing that could bring it down is an even worse prospect, recession.  So, the administration will be blamed for the economic problems.  And the Ukraine War looks to be headed into a slow grinding quagmire.  And the runaway crime in the nation’s major cities keeps getting more outrageous.  Every week provides video of horrific violence or large-scale looting in the various downtowns.  Add to this the investigations of Joe Biden on allegations of influence peddling associated with Hunter Biden’s “business ventures” and you have a perfect storm of voter discontent.

Now none of this is news.  And the people counting (and printing) the ballots don’t have to worry about things like unpopularity of the candidate.  They just have to make sure enough fake ballots are printed.  But something new has been added to the mix.

Cynicism has gotten the upper hand.  The majority of Independents and Republicans now say that 2020 was a fraud.  That’s a new thing.  Most people now think they were misled by the government about COVID, the vaccines and the lockdowns.  That’s a new thing.  A large majority of Americans think Joe Biden is a terrible president.  That is new.  A lot of people think the government is lying about the extent of inflation and the health of the economy.  That’s new.

Pretty soon the majority of Americans will think that everything the government tells them is a lie.  That’s a disaster for the Democrats.

This is all a new situation.  For the most part, the American people have believed that the federal government was competent to carry out its duties.  Social Security checks go out on time, the mail gets delivered and the armed forces protects us from foreign enemies.  Well, the southern border is overflowing with narcotrafficantes, inflation is eating away at paychecks, the elections are fake and the FBI arrests grandmothers for protesting at school board meetings.

The anger and frustration are growing.  And if another presidential election gets stolen, I think we’ll be into a different place where the old ways of doing things no longer pertain.  Even the Mad Hatters in Washington will be afraid of what they see in that Looking Glass.

Out With the Old, In with the New

I look at the headlines today and see:

  • Link” “ABC News/WashPost: Trump 52, Biden 42”
  • Link” “Biden Poll Freakout”
  • Link” “Democrats Fear Party Leaders Are Too Bullish About Biden’s 2024 Odds: ‘They’re Playing Russian Roulette’”
  • Link” “FBI agent says prosecutors thwarted Hunter Biden charges, corroborating IRS whistleblowers”
  • Link” “‘Missing witness’ in Biden corruption probe offers dirt on Hunter FBI ‘mole’ who tipped him off”

Huh?  What the heck is going on here?

Bidenomics is leading us into the strongest economy in human history.  Open borders and equity-driven justice has made our cities the envy of the world (or, at least, of Brazil and Venezuela).  And our compassion for gender non-conforming toddlers is taking the breath away of progressives in Sweden and Britain who used to take the lead in this kind of thing (until some late breaking data caught their attention).

All these bed-wetters in the Democrat party panicking when everything is going great?

Alright, maybe it really is time to pull the plug on Dementia Joe before the primaries get going.

I’m fascinated by trying to guess how they’ll do it.  Do they leave a horse’s head in the West Wing or would that be too subtle?  Does Merrick Garland show up in the Oval Office with a folder that has pictures of Hunter handing Joe a bulging trash bag with a huge dollar sign stenciled on it?

Would they do something drastic?  I mean it’s not like these guys have any qualms about breaking a few eggs to make an omelet.  But I’m just afraid that we’ll never really know how the play went down.  I think they owe it to history (and comedy) to provide a YouTube video showing the whole thing.

Personally, I think the perfect way would be to set up a presidential address to the nation for Joe and then just have the teleprompter read that Joe is retiring after the end of his term.  By the time he figures out what it means he’ll have already announced the end of his presidency.

Now who do they replace him with in the election?  Everyone says Gavin Newsome, Gavin Newsome!  Well, I guess, but maybe there are better choices.  I think Mayor Pete is the obvious go to.


His qualifications are obvious.  Everything about him screams “commander in chief.”  And he is the face of a new generation, a generation much less worried about annoying details like laws of nature, facts and success.  With Pete we’ll get Joe Biden’s insouciance but without the wrinkles and with significantly fewer falls on the tarmac and the podium.

But if Pete is too young and inexperienced then go with a proven winner.


Admiral Rachel Levine is the whole package (well in some senses).  Her free-wheeling, sashay through the world of gender affirmation has taken the country by storm.  Throw in the uniform and it’s pretty hard to deny that America is crying out for this new kind of leadership.  Can you imagine not voting for her in the general election?  I dare you!

But if I’ve still left you unconvinced then let’s circle back to the obvious choice


Instead of letting Biden wait out his first term just have him shipped off to the funny farm now and presto, change-o Kamala Harris is the incumbent.  From there the campaign will be one long slog through the cities and suburbs of America with Kamala professing her love for school busses, post-it notes and kinetic desk toys like the drinking bird and fidget spinners.  It’s been claimed that the average IQ of Americans has decreased about ten points per decade.  It’s quite possible that Kamala is now “the one.”  She may be the perfect fit for the new America.  And who are we to stand in the way of progress (or regress).

After all, yellow school busses.

New England Leads the Nation in Election Fraud Education

Connecticut is demonstrating how absentee ballot fraud is done on a wholesale basis.  A surveillance camera captures a state employee repeatedly dumping batches of absentee ballots into a drop box.  And the Democrat state officials look decidedly uncomfortable explaining how this impossible thing; voter fraud, could end up on a video feed for all to see.  And that’s the wrong part, as far as they’re concerned, the part where they get caught.

Well, from now on I’m looking forward to hearing all the fairy tales that the Democrats are ready to tell.  Just a few bad apples, nothing to see here, blah, blah, blah.  But this was a Democrat primary and the incumbent was the one who won by the margin in the absentee vote.  Will the Democrat who got cheated just roll over?  Should be very interesting.

Despair Among the Never-Trumpers

Almost the only good thing coming out of the veritable tsunami of chaos that is our political landscape is how the Republican elites have been literally poleaxed by the loyalty of Trump’s voters.  I mean gob-smacked doesn’t begin to describe their horror.

Here’s an article in the despicable New Yorker that mentions a litany of super PACs and billionaire donors and how all of them are too shocked by the polls to even know where to begin.  Going over some of the advertising that is meant to sway voters away from Trump, the despair that has enveloped the political operatives is quite entertaining:.

“Miller took particular aim at a seven-million-dollar ad campaign recently launched by a pro-Tim Scott super pac, in Iowa and New Hampshire, which emphasized Scott’s likability and included an enthusiastic supporter asking the camera, “Have you seen him work a crowd?” Miller wrote, “Are you f***ing kidding me with this? This is what the money is going to?!” He went on to compare the spot to “using the playbook from a peewee football game to go up against Florida State.””

It’s heartwarming to read just how flabbergasted these soulless bugmen have become.  My favorite were the quotes when the author interviewed that neocon albatross Bill Kristol:

 He sounded pretty depressed about the Stop Trump project generally. “This is where the donors are now: ‘I don’t know, it sort of looks like he’s going to be the nominee, and it looks like he could win,’ and that’s sort of correct. And then now they’re busy talking themselves into ‘You know what? Maybe I’ll just kind of get along with Trump O.K. Why kill myself to, you know, recruit Glenn Youngkin, who’s probably not going to make it? Why don’t I just keep quiet, maybe write a polite check to Trump so I’m not on his bad side, or just stay out of it?’ ”

How hilarious is that?  The donors are thinking of groveling back to Trump.  They literally have no self respect at all.  They just turn with the wind.  And is it any wonder why the Republicans are where they are.  They don’t stand for anything and they don’t believe in anything but being in power.

Well, if Bill Kristol thinks that Donald Trump will be the nominee and could win the White House then I suppose the rest of the spineless Republicans will rally round pretty soon to try and get their piece of the pie when Trump gets back in the White House.  But with friends like these he’s better off keeping the Biden cabinet in place and simply replace them with Mexican drug lords and strongmen from other banana republics.  At least they’re ruthless and he can use them to persecute his real enemies like Bill Barr and Mike Pence.

But seriously what a farce this country’s politics has become.  The hollowness of all the politicians and the bureaucrats is nauseating.  I doubt a single one of them has anything even resembling an immortal soul.  Instead when they die a tiny puff of some noxious gas like formaldehyde or ammonia will be released and then dispersed into nothingness.  And neither heaven nor hell will notice that they ever existed.

But wouldn’t it be the greatest cosmic joke of all time if the Democrat fraud machine couldn’t manage to steal the 2024 election and Trump gets back in and has his chance to fire 60% of the bureaucracy?  I think I’d die happy just knowing that all those lying sacks of crap in the State Department and all those vicious sociopaths in the FBI and CIA were working as baristas in the local DC Starbucks.

Well, I can dream.


You know I thought I should add that enjoying the suffering of the Never-Trumpers is like a special gift I’ve been blessed with.  Seeing Liz Cheney and Mitt Romney bounced out of the federal government and hearing guys like Bill Kristol crying in their beer is a gift we’ve been given.  Letting them feel a tiny bit of the chaos that they’re responsible for in our lives just feels like justice.  Viva schadenfreude.

Dumping Dementia Joe

The talking heads at the Washington Post and NBC admit that off-camera every Democrat says Joe Biden is too old to run for re-election.  David Ignatius came out and said in a column in the Washington Post that Biden should step aside.  And even political hack Joe Scarborough as much as admits on-air that every Democrat he’s spoken to knows that Biden is seen by the whole country as a feeble old man who can’t get out three sentences in a row without either uttering some obvious lie or gibbering some incomprehensible mush.

Well, well.  I guess 39% favorability ratings will work wonders for the Democrats’ honesty.  A few weeks ago, Joe Biden was a paragon of intellectual prowess and the greatest political orator since Demosthenes.  Now, somehow, he’s unfit to be understudy for Bozo the Clown.  Remarkable.

So, it’s beginning and according to Ignatius, there’s only a month or two left to set up a primary season for a Democratic replacement.  Wonderful.  RFK Jr. is the only one currently on the stump for the Democrats.  And just last week Gavin Newsome went on the record to say he wasn’t going to run in 2024.  Many people said he’d be the fair-haired boy that the Democrats would throw into the fray to give the Trump-hating suburban white women someone to vote for.  But he can’t change his mind this week, can he?

Wanna bet?

So, which will it be?  Is it a feint or will they force Biden out?  You know?  I don’t even think they know yet.  But I don’t doubt they’ll start up the primary machine anyway.  Some of the pathetic losers from 2020 will start making noises like candidates and donors will start commissioning polls to see how the public views Mayor Pete or Gavin Newsome or Michelle Obama.  The fun part will be how Joe Biden will start to sulk and try to be more presidential.  Maybe he’ll declare war on Serbia.  Or Afghanistan.  After all he could use some of the military hardware he left there for the Ukraine war.

Or maybe he could declare another war on cancer or fund a bullet train that runs on wind power.  It could have a two-hundred-foot-tall wind turbine on top of the train.  I can just see it.  Acela Joe would ride that baby back and forth from the White House to the Delaware shore.  Inspiring story.

You’ve got to give the Democrats full marks for effort.  They’ve put a bet down on red and one on black and one on double zero.  And because they’re using our money they can’t lose.  But somehow it still seems that even if they can’t lose elections anymore, they’re losing the country.  The misery index is weighing down the citizens every which way.  The cost of everything they need is way up.  The quality of everything is way down.  And everyone is at everyone else’s throat.

And it’s still a year and a little more before the election.  Maybe by next summer none of the Democrats will even want the White House.  And who could blame them?  By then California will be one enormous homeless encampment and Eric Adams will be a patient in the Bellevue psych ward and Ukrainian freedom fighters will be carrying out terrorist attacks in Boston to convince the White House to provide ICBMs for the faltering war in Kiev.

But I digress.  By November of this year, we’ll know if Joe’s gonna get the old heave-ho.  Personally, I’d hate to see him go.  He’s been great for comedy but the show must go on and I could just as easily adapt to Mayor Pete bringing the First Gentleman to the White House.  No joke!

25AUG2023 – 2024 Primary Thoughts

We’ll be bombarded for the next year and more with the 2024 election nonsense.  And the important political races will be things like primarying Mitt Romney out of his senate seat.  Maybe Mitch McConnell is coming up for a leadership vote too.  These are feel good events that we can all embrace and enjoy.

But I’ve come to the conclusion that short of a nuclear war, nothing will keep the Democrats from holding the White House for the foreseeable future.  And since if there is a war, I won’t be around anymore I’ve decided not to get too excited about all the hoopla.  So, the Republican presidential primary race isn’t particularly important with respect to how it plays out.  But does it serve any purpose?  Well, maybe.

A case can be made that it can provide information on the Uni-Party.  The talking points of the most obviously anointed of the candidates can tell us a lot about what the official party line of the Republican establishment is supposed to be.  You might further ask what use knowing that could be.  Well, the obvious answer is amusement.  It’s always fun to know just how stupid they think we are.  Come to think of it most people really are that stupid.  In fact, I was one of those stupid people just a decade or two ago.  I actually believed that George W Bush was a conservative and that he cared about the people on the Right.  What a dope I was.

But being mugged by Operation Iraqi Freedom opened my eyes thoroughly.  So, hearing Nikki Haley talk about how unlimited spending for Ukraine is the highest priority for the United States is hilarious.  Right now, the Ukrainians are being blown to bits in the minefields of Zaporizhzhia trying to approach the first of Russia’s three defensive lines.  Funneling more money and weapons to the Ukrainians will keep the meatgrinder going until the last Ukrainian has been fed in.  When that’s done the plan is the Poles and Balts are next.  When they’re used up it’s supposed to be our children that get fed in.  Something tells me that’s gonna land with a thud.  The Right is who usually fights these wars.  Well, we’ve been smartened up.  So now the millennials and zoomers on the Left are up to bat.  But they already spoke up back during the middle eastern campaigns, “No way bro, let someone else take care of that.  I’ve got pot to smoke and artisanal beer to brew.”  So yeah, Nikki Haley’s talking points tells you that the Uni-Party needs our kids to fight the Russians.

Aside from entertainment, the party line is valuable to know because it gives us a chance to see which of the candidates aren’t complete shills for the donor class.  For people like Haley, Hutchinson, Pence and Christie nothing needs to be proven.  Their tickets are stamped coming out of the gate.  What about this Ramaswamy guy?  Can we parse what he stands for or at least pretends to stand for?  And how about DeSantis?  Has he revealed his bottom line.  He’s already flip-flopped on Ukraine.  So, we know his donors must have given him an earful over his initial position that the war was a local affair and none of our business.  Is Ron a bought and paid for neocon?  Maybe.  That’s important information to ferret out.  After all he’s been about the best Republican governor in years.  How do these two things square?

I guess the other information that comes out of the primary will be where the pundits stand.  We’ve already seen that Fox News is now enemy territory.  Their mission is to support the establishment positions and candidates and attack Donald Trump whenever possible.  It’s been interesting to see how Tucker Carlson has become an outpost of right-wing realism in an ocean of left-wing propaganda.  Elon Musk has shown a willingness to allow free speech on his “X” platform.  That has been a veritable miracle.

And the last thing that will be interesting in the primary is what Donald Trump tells us about his plans.  He’s been kind of vague on what he plans to do either in the election or if he wins.  Of course, he’s the same old Trump and whenever he talks about his accomplishments there are no mistakes or defeats.  So, it’s an open question if he really has a plan to defang the Deep State.  It’s possible his plans have to remain unspoken to allow for the element of surprise.  But I would be less skeptical if he could share them with us.

But there it is.  We’re going to be marinated in this clap-trap for the next fourteen months and just to stay sane we’ll have to address it somewhat.  I’ll do my best not to take it too seriously.  But who knows, maybe something incredibly compelling will occur during this madness and I’ll be caught up in the excitement.  You never know.

Political Theater, Hounds and Late Summer

So, I watched Tucker’s interview.  I didn’t watch the debate.  This morning I’ve seen a few clips.  My first reaction is that Fox News is essentially MSNBC with slightly less crazy, slightly less homely teleprompter readers.  My second reaction is that Chris Christie and Nikki Haley must be competing to be Joe Biden’s running mate.  Past that I don’t think it matters.

We’re in a lot of trouble.

I guess I already knew that but watching these things drives the point home.  It’s quite disturbing.  I guess the cavalry won’t be coming over the hill with bugles blaring and sabers flashing.  We’re on our own.

Alright, snap out of it!  Nobody wants to read stuff like that.

On the upside we had three sunny warm days in a row.  That brought out some butterflies and other large insects.  Very good for some microphotographic opportunities.  Even with the grandkids here I’ve been able to steal away to get some time with the camera and macro lens.  Next week the kids start school and Camera Girl will be sad.  But she has much to look forward to.  She has relented in her determination to get me to buy her a giant rabbit, specifically a Flemish Giant.  Other than as a source of food, rabbits don’t really seem to serve any purpose, to my mind.  But Camera Girl has been campaigning for one for several months.  After many attempts to dissuade her, I eventually capitulated to this demand.

But once it sunk in that Princess Sack of Potatoes was really starting kindergarten and she wouldn’t have anything to mother, Camera Girl knew a rabbit wouldn’t suffice.  So, she switched gears and demanded a puppy.  And I gave up without a fight.  Because a puppy in the house is infinitely better than a rabbit in the yard when it’s 10 οF outside and the rabbit needs liquid water.  Or a hundred other things that need to be done for the rabbit outside when I’d rather be inside.

So, yeah, sure.  A puppy will be joining the menagerie sometime later this year.  Not that it’s a wholly good thing.  Camera Girl is absolutely the worst dog trainer in the history of man’s association with these canine freeloaders.  Whereas with her children and grandchildren she is a loving but stern disciplinarian, with her dogs she’s useless.  They walk all over her and lack even the rudiments of obedience.  It’s pathetic and annoying.

I’ve toyed with the idea of taking over the dog training job for this new recruit.  After all, as paterfamilias it is my right and responsibility to hand down rough justice to my vassals.  And at this point, vassal-wise, this dog may be the end of the line for me.  So, the logic of it is there.  At the same time, Camera Girl will be working behind the scenes undercutting my authority and spoiling the dog behind my back every chance she gets.  Obviously, the choice is fraught with peril.  I must choose carefully.  Perhaps I will consult Marcus Aurelius or possibly Aristotle.  Homer Simpson or Al Bundy?  We’ll see.

So, this last full week before school is moving along, powered by LEGO blocks, old Disney movies, Camera girl’s short order cooking and my manly grit, determination and panache.  We will persevere and by next Thursday quiet and order will descend on the Compound and a new era of productivity will reign on the site.  Excelsior!

There Are Limits

So, after spending the last few days eating fried foods and being pummeled by my descendants in Monopoly and other blood sports, I am finally resurfacing to catch my breath, look around at the state of the world, such as it is, and make a few rude comments.

I notice that the “news” consists of various Republican candidates for president speaking out in outrage about, well, everything.  And all of it is pretty predictable.  The only one I found amusing was Chris Christie.  Currently standing at a whopping 2.7% in the Real Clear Politics average, Christie will tell anyone who’ll listen, which tends to be MSNBC or CNN, that Trump is frightened to death of him.

Now I could imagine that there are things that Donald Trump is frightened by.  Being railroaded by a DC jury in one of the kangaroo courts he’s being tried in could be one of them.  Seeing another election stolen from him by the crooks in Philadelphia and Atlanta is probably another.  But the only thing about Chris Christie that inspires fear is being stuck in an elevator with him and plummeting to your death because of weight capacity issues.  In what sense is Chris Christie considered a Republican?  At best, he’s a liberal Democrat.  Maybe fiscally he’s somewhat moderate, somewhat, but in no way a conservative.  And didn’t Trump pummel Christie along with the rest of the seven dwarfs back in 2016?

Then there’s the RNC threatening to keep Donald Trump out of the debates if he won’t take the pledge to support the winner of the Republican presidential primary.  I mean, who are they kidding?  The various polls have Trump with somewhere between fifty and sixty percent of the vote right now.  The only way Trump loses the primary is if the RNC rigs the rules to prevent him from appearing on the ballot.  And if they do that, I’ll bet thirty to forty percent of Republican voters stay home on election day.

Nah, they’ll let him in the debates and they’ll let him win the primaries and the nomination.  This thing has a life of its own at this point.  A big chunk of the population knows we’re being scammed and they want this thing to play out to the last drop of poison.  After all, it’s not everyday you get to watch the “shining city on a hill” become a bona fide banana republic with the honest to goodness flim-flam man installed as president and with his bagman in plain view.  And then they’ll jail the political opposition.  Even the Perons in Argentina would have blushed at that agenda.

Yes, I think at this point we’re all along for the ride and we want to see it through.  I guess what we’re expecting is that once the Republicans lose 2024 that the parts of the country where the Democrats are minorities will start taking direct action to make their states as independent of the federal government as possible.

At least that’s what I’m expecting.  I want someone like DeSantis or Abbott or both to go on Tucker Carlson’s show or some other platform and say officially that Republicans have been shut out of Washington DC permanently and it’s time to find another way to prevent us from being treated as serfs by the oligarchs.

Until then we’ll just be waiting around with Republican senators and congressmen and presidential candidates making silly statements about how they’re going to drain the swamp and fire the Deep State and get Washington back to doing the people’s work.

And I’m hopeful that it might happen.  After all, Biden has had three years to wreck this country and he’s done an amazing job of it.  The carnage is staggering.  Even Jimmy Carter didn’t do this thorough a job of crippling the United States.  So, if after all that, the election is declared in favor of that walking corpse then only a moron would still think that the election results reflect reality.

Well, anyway, that’s what reading the news stories today got me thinking about.  We all still have to do our best to keep the wheels from falling off the bus and we all still have to make the doughnuts but at least none of us has to believe that Donald Trump is afraid of Chris Christie.  There are limits.

Guest Contributor – Chemist – 17JUL2023 – Vetting a Cabinet

This illustrates my biggest issue with President Trump: He is very bad at picking people for the job. This is important because it is likely the most important thing a president does – Pick his cabinet and other heads of departments.
Trump gave us Jeff Sessions – who allowed the democrats to persecute Trump for the first 2 years of office.
He gave us Rex Tillerson who called Trump a fucking Moron.
He gave us Mad Dog Mattis who didn’t have a clue and publicly resigned.
I could go on with a dozen more, but why?
And Trumps biggest mistake: His son in law Jared Kushner who brought Kim Kardashian to the White House. If you like the criminals roaming around your state, thank Jared.
Trump is dazzled by athletes, Hollywood stars and medal wearing generals. There are dozens of generals who were working against him but Trump didn’t fire them.

To those of you who say that Trump has learned his lesson, I give you Dr. Oz and Herschel Walker. Those senate races should have gone GOP, but Trump anointed candidates who didn’t want to win.

You are very correct that the next GOP candidate needs to have a plan in place for stopping the steal. I don’t want to see another blue city in a red state truck in ballots and count until their candidate wins with zero repercussions.
We need a plan. We need lawyers on the ground with documents in hand and we need facts ready to go.

Make no mistake, if Trump is the candidate I will vote for him but I would really like to see some better decisions from him on who he surrounds himself with.