Biden’s Speech Was Historic — And Not Good Enough
It was an important acknowledgment. But we want to know what he’s doing about it.
By normal measures, Biden’s speech tonight was monumental. The President explained in stark and accurate terms the situation our nation finds itself in. But there is nothing normal about this.
Cult members are about to be elected to numerous positions of power in federal, state and local governments — many of whom will do everything in their power to prevent any more free and fair elections. They will also do everything in their power to sow doubt in the results of the midterms.
I’m glad he’s saying something now but this is from April. None of it has been a secret:
Regardless, we must retain both Houses of Congress or we may lose our ability to stop this slide into autocracy permanently. If you haven’t voted — do it right now. And take everyone you know with you.
Moreover, the climate of political violence continues to escalate to the point that an attempted assassination was instantly turned into jokes and a set of bigoted conspiracy theories by the cult, with the help of the world’s richest man and Chief Twit, psychopathic accelerationist Elon Musk.
“Democracy is on the ballot”
Biden said this again and again. And it’s true. If we lose in the midterms, we may never see democracy again. But if we win, it may even be worse. The appetite for violence has never been higher, and it won’t take much to set it off. The period after the midterms may be the most volatile since 1860.
The ONLY way to help fix the situation is to disrupt the psychological war machine that has been set up to brainwash our citizens and create organized chaos. The leaders of the enemy must be arrested and prevented from continuing their plans. And the networks that enable their poison to infiltrate the American psyche must be shut off and shut down. Otherwise nothing will get better. It can and will only get worse.
We have to recognize and explain to our citizens that this isn’t just a mysterious phenomenon bubbling up out of nowhere. It has an organization, a cause and a purpose — and we have the power to do something about it.
So while the President’s speech was appropriate and important, we want to know the PLAN to prevent what he accurately described from getting much, much worse.
The American experiment may have already failed, but the President can help prepare us, guide us through it, and shut down the operation in the process of destroying our last chance at democracy.
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