Tuesday, November 2, 2021

Virginia etc.


Today's several elections will determine not only the results of their respective races, but whether we do and will have democratic elections in this republic at all, anywhere, or whether all such attempts are hopelessly corrupted forever, going forward, by malign and specific intent.

Per all expectations in VA, McAuliffe is going to get his ass handed to him. If he pulls this out on the strength of fortuitous dumps of photocopied mail-in ballots by the bushel at 2 A.M., you can stick a fork in the republic, beyond further dispute.

The country has already seen the presidency and the senate stolen by these means, and it's unlikely the Leftards will stop using a cheat they've mastered so well, just to preserve the simulacrum of voter choice.

Either way, it's good. Heads we win, tails they lose.

Our warmest best wishes go to the people of Virginia and New Jersey, and hope against sober expectation that they regain control of their states from the cabal of statists. (NYFC can basically suck it, and live with what they've wrought, because we loves us some epicaricacy. Mayor Sliwa would be comedy gold, were it within possibility. Staten Island should rebel, and declare themselves an independent municipality. NYFC annexing the rest of Long Island in response would be a better outcome all around, and let the Libtards there live under the home rules they've created.)

But if that is yet again seen as impossible from the outset, by yet more ham-fistedly obvious shenanigans, we hope it serves to wake up a bigger swath of clueless Normies, happily watching sportsball and thinking everything is just fine.

Either way, it's bad for the enemies of civilization, and that's good for us.


Joe in PNG said...

Fraud is not always guaranteed for Dem candidates.
After all, Hillary didn't get any in 2016.

I suspect that they're withholding their traditional dirty tricks in this case, as there's more of an advantage in not cheating than getting some old has been establishment pol into the Va Gov's mansion.
-They can use this to deny fraud happens, and shut down efforts to clean up the voting system.
-They can say that Republicans can win without Trump
-They can get Democrats to fall in line if they want the old Midnight Trunk'O Ballots to show up in 2022

If sacrificing McAwful means that the drive to reform flaws in the voting system is undercut, than it is absolutely worth it.

John Wilder said...

Elections . . . so fair that it's treasonous to demand the results be looked at . . .

Borepatch said...

I don't want to set the world on fire
I just want to start a flame in your heart

In my heart I have but one desire
And that one is you, no other will do

Alas, the Media Powers That Be have their own goals:

I've lost all ambition for worldly acclaim
I just want to be the one you love
And with your admission that you'd feel the same
I'll have reached the goal I'm dreaming of, believe me

But man, what great song.

Toirdhealbheach Beucail said...

I would also suspect that any whiff of fraud would be highly avoided in this election (although I have been wrong before), for all of the reasons Joe suggests. That said, I think it may be too little, too late. The ability to mock the Blue Party is now embedding itself in the culture as sarcasm and satire, two of the deadliest forms of attack to any dictatorship.

And likely at this point, the (hopefully soon former governor) is too much of a liability.

Anonymous said...

All part of the grander scheme, realize you are being played.
Bread and circuses will keep the masses compliant. Let them think they won some meaningless election, so they don't know the game is rigged!
You buy lottery tickets because you won once, too. Maybe THIS time I'll hit break even!

Anonymous said...

Winner winner chicken dinner.
Long game.
Americans are so short sighted, they can't see the forest for the trees.

thesouthwasrght said...

Joe here gets it.

Mark said...

As a former Staten Islander, I can tell you that Staten Island TRIED to leave NYFC, 65% of Staten Islanders voted to do so 1993 (was among them), and it was blocked by the State Assembly. At the time SI was a cash-cow for NYFC, the value of city services to SI was about 80% of tax revenue collected. The demographics have changed a lot since I left 23 years ago, so I don't know the situation now. I do know that a LOT of NYFC cops and firemen live on the Island.

If they try again maybe this time they'll get it right, start by blowing the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge.

Mark D

pyrrhus said...

There was plenty of fraud in 2016, but Trump caught them by surprise...But in VA, the radicals may have decided to dispense with elderly Clintonistas..We'll see how many votes they find in the back of Judges' station wagons, or recycled a day or two later...

Mike Hendrix said...

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