Coup porn

Coup porn is a term coined by Byron York of the Washington Examiner. It refers to a series of events and statements made about the possibility of President Trump losing the election but refusing to leave the White House in January. It includes such things as generals all but telling their commander in chief that they will not follow orders if the Insurrection Act is implemented. Then, there’s 2016’s loser Hillary Clinton telling Joe Biden not to concede “under any circumstances.” And of course, Joe Biden, himself saying not once, not twice, but three times that the military will “escort (Trump) from the White House with great dispatch.”

Even more disturbing…according to Michael Anton in an essay written to the Calais Advertiser told of a meeting that took place over the summer attended by prominent Democrats, never-Trump Republicans and other members of the ruling class. This get together was funded by George Soros and was an attempt to “game-out” various outcomes of the 2020 election. There was no outcome that was good for those of us who love the democratic process of voting and transfer of power. Read the entire article here.

Niccolò di Bernardo dei Machiavelli was an Italian Renaissance diplomat, philosopher and writer, best known for The Prince, written in 1513. He has often been called the father of modern political philosophy and political science.

Machiavelli taught that the first rule of conspiracy is that you don’t talk about the conspiracy. The Democrats are talking about it because they know that for the conspiracy to be successful, it can’t look like a conspiracy. They are basically talking about it in order to make it seem more acceptable to the American people. For those who are excited about this “coup porn,” even if the election swings in Trump’s favor, they hope to harvest enough ballots after the election to make the outcome at least questionable. In their perfect scenario, it is questionable enough that Trump will refuse to concede and will be forceably removed from the White House.

Read Byron York’s article here.

Published by Catherine Brown

Born in Texas and raised in Alabama. Love learning about history and all the lessons that it can teach us...

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