We are living at the end of an era. It is true that history is transparent; fluid, while we are living it, even for the most prescient people, and that it is difficult to understand the implications of our era looking to the future. It is more difficult to pinpoint...
Primary Results Showcase Importance of America First v. Globalists
Pictures can be and often are deceiving to the eye. It’s the context around that photograph that tells the story. In the case of January 6 at the US Capitol, the media made absolutely certain that the context would incriminate President Donald Trump. It was a job the media knew all too well from the moment Trump’s foot hit the escalator. To this day, they are quick to remind you of an insurrection when Donald Trump’s supporters stormed Capitol Hill. It makes great election fodder.
The narrative continues to build in 2022, with the Midterms on the line and the control of Congress being the ultimate prize.
The swing states in 2020 would become the center of election fraud claims. November 30, 2020, Business Insider summarized the results: Biden won the Electoral College with 306 electoral votes, compared with 232 for Trump. The former vice president flipped five states that Trump won in 2016: the “blue wall” states of Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin; Arizona, which a Democratic presidential candidate had not carried since 1996; and Georgia, which a Democratic presidential candidate hadn’t won since 1992.
Fast forward to the Midterms in 2022. You cannot underestimate the fierce battle within media ranks, candidate selection, and Trump’s MAGA movement. Politico did an exceptional job of reminding us where the battle lines are drawn:
A WINNING NIGHT FOR ELECTION DENIERS — Sixteen months after DONALD TRUMP supporters stormed Capitol Hill to try to stop the certification of JOE BIDEN as president, a prominent election denier in Pennsylvania inched closer to becoming the next governor of Pennsylvania. State Sen. DOUG MASTRIANO — who attended and helped organize for the “Stop the Steal” rally, has called for audits of Keystone State votes and has been subpoenaed by the House January 6 panel — clinched the GOP gubernatorial nomination. If he wins this fall, he’ll be in a position to nominate the next Pennsylvania secretary of state, a position that oversees elections in the key presidential battleground state.
Considering the far-reaching changes happening to the United States at a record-breaking pace
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