AMERICA: The Blog
AMERICA: The Blog
Trump's Landslide Victory CONFIRMED by Insiders: Ballot Sting Worked, Time for Patriots to Fight the PR War
What a beautiful day to be alive in the greatest nation on God's Green Earth. Sun shining, birds singing and Trump's inner circle glowing with the quiet joy of triumph as they slowly spill the beans. In the words of insider Dr. Charlie Ward, "I can confirm 100%...Donald Trump won by a complete landslide...The [numbers] are off the scale."
We did it!
Trump did it. The MAGA rally turnouts did not lie. We put our votes where our hearts were and, unbeknownst to us and the Biden team, our legal votes were being correctly tabulated in Washington D.C. Shhh, don't tell anyone! ;)
But my fellow patriots, our job is not over. We must put our shoulders back to the plow and tackle the new task before us: PR.
No one knows the power and importance of PR better than Joe Biden. He demonstrated that with his phony "victory speech" (or was it a campaign speech?) last night.
Are we going to let Traitor Joe beat us in the PR game!?! Heaven forfend!
Donald Trump may be "golfing" (uh-huh) but you and I know that during these ten days of darkness (11/3-11/13), his team is working more feverishly than ever before. It's always darkest just before the dawn. All their surreptitious preparations over the past four years have led up to this moment. It's go-go-go time.
And Donald Trump? Give the man an Oscar. We were all told he was at the White House on election night. He wasn't. With his subdued act, his miffed tweets and his therapy golfing, he's allowing the world to think he's "lost" re-election. He's even allowing the people he vowed to "protect and defend" to flip him off. A malignant narcissist would never do that.
It falls to us now to match President Trump's humility and strength with our own.
Without shame or embarrassment, we should be even louder and prouder now than we were before the election. We must not fink or slink into the darkness with our tails between our legs. Why the hell would we!?!
Donald Trump has won! We have won! America has won. She always does.
By waging a "Trump Wins" PR war, we will prove ourselves worthy of the fight Trump is waging for fair elections, not only his own re-election, but all elections for years to come.
What do we have to lose? Our pride? Fickle Facebook friends? Our reputation for being a "gracious loser"? Pffffft.
Of course, we all have these thoughts and moments of doubt. I agonized before coming out last week in my staunch belief in Trump's triumph. I studied for nine hours before writing about the "conspiracy theory" of the blockchain watermark sting. My reputation, my credibility, my career are on the line. One slip and "I'll never work in this town again," as the old saying goes.
But Trump won! If I don't shout that from the rooftops then I feel I will have betrayed President Trump, my fellow patriots and the Founding Fathers.
After 31 years of being held against my will in a cult-like family, I took an oath in 2016 in the words of Thomas Jefferson, "I have sworn upon the altar of God eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man." I blew the whistle and I lost everything including my entire family. They threatened me with legal action. I was wrongfully reported to the Anti-Defamation League. None of them could shut me up.
Standing up for Trump now!?!?! Pffft. Easy-peasy! As Jim Elliott said, "He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose" and I've got nuthin' left to lose and self-respect to gain!
Jimmy Stewart: Look! There it is!
Eugene Pallette: What? Who?
Jimmy Stewart: The Capitol Dome!
That three second scene from Frank Capra's movie, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, encapsulates the way you and I feel about America. I guess we learned our patriotism at Mr. Smith's knee.
Now, some people go through life "all wised up" as Jean Arthur says in the movie. Cynical. Gritty. They're the ones who growl, "America was never great" and are keen to destroy the glow of glory surrounding our national heroes by telling us how bad they really were. What a sad way of living!
I'm not made that way and neither are you. When it comes to America, we're pure idealists because America is herself an Ideal.
Like Jimmy Stewart in Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, I believe the word "America" should always glow in our minds, always bring a lump to the throat, always conjure an image of a shining city on a hill.
Generations come, generations go. America the Ideal always remains. Always striving, sometimes misstepping, correcting her course, always progressing. Sometimes glowing bright, sometimes dimmer. But always inching closer and closer to that Ideal dreamt by our Founding Fathers and encapsulated in our beloved Declaration of Independence, Constitution and Bill of Rights.
As Jimmy Stewart said...
Boys forget what their country means
by just reading "the land of the free" in history books.
Then they get to be men--
they forget even more.
Liberty is too precious a thing
to be buried in books....
Men should hold it up in front of them--
every day of their lives and say:
"I'm free--to think--to speak.
My ancestors couldn't.
And my children will."
The boys outta grow up remembering that.
Every Election Year reminds us to "hold it up in front of" us and marvel that we are "free--to think and to speak. My ancestors couldn't. I can."
This is a place where greatness is born, where destinies are forged and where legends come to life.
This is the home of Thomas Edison and Teddy Roosevelt, of many great generals including Washington, Pershing, Patton, and MacArthur.
This is the home of Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, Amelia Earhart, Harriet Tubman, the Wright Brothers, Neil Armstrong and so many more. This is the country where children learn names like Wyatt Earp, Davy Crockett and Annie Oakley.
This is the place where the pilgrims landed at Plymouth and where Texas patriots made their last stand at the Alamo, the beautiful, beautiful Alamo.
How did President Trump win in 2016?
How will he win again on Tuesday, November 3rd?
It's not rocket science. He whistle-stops. In 2016 aboard his private jet. In 2020, via Air Force One.
Whistle-stopping is as old as the hills. Historians trace it back to the campaign-by-train of William Henry Harrison in 1836. But my favorite whistle-stopper was a Democratic president whom I greatly admire, Harry S. Truman.
In 1948, Harry Truman, wife Bess and daughter Margaret traveled 31,000 miles and delivered 356 speeches from the caboose of their train, the Ferdinand Magellan.
As always, Hollywood director Frank Capra explained whistle-stopping best in his 1941 movie, Meet John Doe. In the movie, actor Gary Cooper (as John Doe) takes to the rails like Trump (by private jet!) to bring a message of hope to America. As Cooper travels from one rally to another, he ponders on why people come to see him speak?
Everyone has their limits. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris took it foregranted that they could do absolutely anything and still receive the vote of the pleasant, peace-loving American people. But they were wrong! They forgot one thing: decency.
Americans are a decent people, they treasure their right to vote and they have morals. They don't like things like treason. Pedophilia. Incest. After the "accidental on purpose" revelation of Hunter Biden's Laptop from Hell, many proactive citizens who voted early are now Googling "How Can I Change My Vote." I love how Fox News titled their article on the topic: Clawing Back Votes.
Turns out, you can change your vote in Alaska, Connecticut, Delaware, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, New York, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and possibly Alaska but each county and/or state has their own specific rules, processes and deadlines.
According to Fox, "Other states allow residents to withdraw their mail-in ballots and vote in-person on Election Day, including Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Mississippi, Pennsylvania and New Mexico. Some of these states require voters to sign an affidavit canceling their absentee ballots before voting in person."
Unfortunately, I haven't been able to verify this statement. It is oddly and extraordinarily hard to find this information via Google, as if changing a vote is so unusual. So be relentless. Don't just depend on Google. Call your Secretary of State. Demand the correct answer and correct process.
Here is some basic information and links to the states that allow vote changes and the steps on how to do it.
Dead man walking. That's what I see when the "patriot and veteran" Tony Bobulinksi held his press conference a mere two hours before Biden took the stage for his final Presidential Debate against incumbent Donald J. Trump.
The upshot? Joe lied when he claimed he never discussed Hunter's business dealings with China. We all knew that already but it felt good to approach the Presidential Debate with "liar" fresh in the minds of the American people. Naturally, the press tried to forge a link with Rudy Giuliani but Tony held firm on "no questions."
Tony's presser almost eclipsed Amy Coney Barrett's nomination to the Supreme Court being approved (despite the Democrats' silent tantrum by boycott) for the Senate vote. If that weren't enough, Ghislaine Maxwell's deposition was also unsealed. Those women should not be mentioned in the same paragraph.
It's been a banner day for American political news. An embarrassment of headline riches. But I digress. Focus. Debate. Oh yeah, right. Debate.
Growing up the daughter of a Political Science major, the Presidential Debates were the highlight of our lives every four years.
And every four years, my parents' faces would droop with disappointment as every Republican candidate failed to hit their opponent where it hurt. As they politely ignored their opponent's scandals, my parents would say in disgust, "The Republicans are just too damn gentlemanly."
Now we know, that wasn't true at all.
They were RINOs! Republican In Name Only.
They were on the same team as their opponent. George H. W. Bush (of mistress Jennifer Fitzgerald and Boys Town infamy) proved that when he called Bill Clinton, "my son" and George W. Bush referred to Hillary Clinton as, "my sister-in-law."
When I heard that, it reminded me of that famous quote from the 1954 movie A Star is Born. "If you'll be kind enough to glance between my shoulder blades...you'll find there a knife. On its handle are your initials."
The knife was between our shoulder blades. Whoever we voted for, whoever won, nothing much ever changed. We were duped. Played for saps.
Enter Donald Trump.
As my husband and I watched the National Day of Prayer and Repentance, the moment came where Franklin Graham asked the congregation on the National Mall to pray. After a hushed moment, the sound of 50,000 voices raised in prayer swelled in a great din of supplication. Glancing over at Michael, I noticed that he was covered with goosebumps...and he doesn't goosebump easily.
As tears flowed down my cheeks, I had goosebumps on my goosebumps.
Thank God for a nation that prays in the name of Jesus, Amen.
Yesterday, I received an alarmed email from my marketing service informing me that 7.58% of my readers had unsubscribed after I wrote They Said Trump Is A Malignant Narcissist. Was I off-topic, they wanted to know? Had I erred in some way?
I've been writing about all the usual topics - cults, narcissism, freedom but as they relate to America and Donald Trump. Apparently, that pissed off exactly 7.58% of my subscribers who are Biden/Harris supporters.
Then I realized something: You can't write about narcissism without also writing about America, patriotism, freedom...and Donald Trump.
Our fight against narcissism is a fight for our God-given American Freedoms in the microcosm of our relationships. But you won't even know you have those freedoms without America. What we're fighting for, nationally and personally, is for freedom "against all enemies, foreign and domestic." Emphasis on domestic.
As soon as Donald Trump announced his candidacy in 2015, screams of "Narcissist!" resounded through cyberspace.
It was the perfect label at the perfect time. The whole Narcissism trend had just started and I was in the perfect place at the perfect time too. As Trump began his presidential campaign, I began writing PsychCentral's first dedicated narcissism blog, Narcissism Meets Normalcy.
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