We're all tired. All of us! I get that.
What I don't get is how demoralized some (part-time?) patriots became after SCOTUS' dismissal of the Texas case on Friday.
Big frickin' deal!
Before November 3rd, we expended an incredible amount of emotional, patriotic and spiritual energy on the pre-election fervor.
Then when the Democrats' steal was revealed on 11/3 and 11/4, we momentarily got the wind knocked out of us. But we ain't no quitters because we know that Donald J. Trump upright, forthright, downright won re-election!
The more the magnitude of the fraud was revealed by courageous whistleblowers like Richard Hopkins, the better we felt. When it reached ridiculous proportions, I got the giggles. The Dems did it so "well" they cooked their own goose! Brilliant!
Then began the court cases. Lots of 'em and only a few went our way. SCOTUS' dismissal of the Texas case on Friday, just before the Jericho March, was for some patriots the last straw.
Hopeless tweets from demoralized patriots irritate me as much as that loathsome word "hopium" implying the MAGA crowd are somehow delusional. Just putting off our inevitable disappointment because we're too fragile to face failure.
In the words of our great naval hero, John Paul Jones, "We have not yet begun to fight!"
They Messed With Texas
Let's get the whole Texas SCOTUS case disappointment over with right now.
I appreciate that Texas' heart was in the right place but their case wasn't. It was not what this nation actually needs. It was hastily constructed, piggybacked by some states that aren't states (New Nevada, anyone?) and not joined by other states that could've joined. In a word, it was kinda' hokey and SCOTUS' dismissal was in the tenor of parents who pat a well-meaning but naïve child on the head.
I'm fine with it.
The Texas case just didn't fit with the strategy formulated by President Trump's team years ago when they foresaw that the 2020 election would be a dog's breakfast (mess)...and they let it happen. Texas meant well, bless their hearts, but we can do better. We can do A LOT better.
General Flynn must agree because he retweeted Tracy Beanz' nine minute video where she basically says the same thing while ripping part-time patriots a new one.
I don't quite have the lady balls to say what Tracy Beanz says, so I'll just say, "WHAT SHE SAID!"
Here's just a small selection of her verbal grenades:
I think I love that woman.
Writing for the NOQ Report, JD Rucker summed it up beautifully:
In other words, close but no cigar!
Parler user @Redcode71 had this to say:
General Washington and the Art of War
If you can't tell already from this blog, I'm the only child of a Political Science major who always had his nose buried in a history book. Every Saturday evening my family would gather over the popcorn bowl while Dad told stories, often from our great American history. I'll never forget the day he told me, "Lenora, General Washington lost almost every battle but won the Revolutionary War."
Or to quote from President Trump's favorite book The Art of War, “Appear weak when you are strong, and strong when you are weak.”
The Texas case made us appear weak when in actuality we are strong! Take heart patriots because it played directly into President Trump's war strategy. He may act and tweet disappointment but that too is part of the strategy. If you haven't figured it out yet after he did five rallies in one day knowing the steal was on, he's one hell of an actor!
The Texas case wasn't even a battle. It was merely a small farmhouse skirmish. We didn't even lose it. It was just set aside so the greater battles and the whole war can be fought (and won!) per the long-plotted strategy through the Supreme Court, Electoral College, Military Tribunals and/or (God forbid!,) on our seas, in our air and on this wonderful blessed ground, as a last resort.
So stay strong, Patriots! Hold your heads up high! We have not yet begun to fight! In fact, we have already won!
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