Monday, September 12, 2016

Strangest. Election. Ever.

By now, it should be apparent to everyone that Hillz is sick, and has been for quite some time. Even with the media scrambling to soften the scope of her illness, the voters are seeing independent videos of her falling, fainting, coughing, choking, and generally looking like death-warmed-over.

I have no doubt that there is a game afoot; a nefarious plot to install a hand-picked president. A globalist president. Surely the powerful elites have known all along that Hillary is feeble and chronically ill.  Backing her for the presidency is intentional; when her illness disqualifies her, *THEY* will step in and select a candidate of their choosing.

I have a bad feeling about this one.


  1. Oh my, that video of her yesterday at the 9/11 remembrance was unreal. I can't stop watching it. She is one sick puppy.

    1. Yes she is. I don't buy the "pneumonia" diagnosis for one second. Some idiot came up with that one to deflect from her true condition, not even considering that the electorate would be appalled at her hugging and shaking hands with people (even children!) while she's fighting a bacterial infection that can be easily transmitted.


      I don't think it's Parkinson's either. Of course I'm sitting here in my recliner and I haven't examined her, but swallowing difficulties manifest later in the disease process. Also, when PD sufferers fall, they tend to pitch forward, head first. Hillz is melting straight down to the ground as her legs give out. She can't climb stairs unaided (and not because she's overbalanced forward like PDer's). She's having small seizures. She's losing her train of thought as she's speaking. She has a myriad of signs/symptoms of something chronic and devastating.

      And the Powers-That-Be know it.

      She'll be replaced. The election will be postponed. Trump will be dealt with, one way or the other.

    2. So now I'm fascinated to know what you think this "something chronic and devastating" might be...

      Did you see that clip from a NY news station that reported she was D.E.A.D. on Sunday?

    3. The time of the election is set in the Constituion. I see no way that it can be postponed. Something that is NOT in the Constituion: there MUST be a candidate from the Democratic Party. I doubt they postponed any elections when the Whigs fell apart.

      I would vehemently object to a postponement because the Democratic Party was stupid enough to to be extorted into nominating someone who was knocking on death's door. As I read elsewhere else: the Presdency is not a project of the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

    4. Fay, I think she has something neurological going on, but without more info I have no idea what. It could even be something alcohol-related; a lifetime of too much booze isn't good for the brain health/motor function. And I did see that news clip! I thought it was fake, but who knows. The whole body-double theory is fascinating, and it's really gaining traction. Just when I think events couldn't get weirder, they do.

      Matt, the news media would play a yuge roll in "calming the masses" if the election was pushed back. They routinely prevaricate to further the far-left agenda, and spit on the Constitution as outdated and obsolete. Of course the right, and most notably the far-right/alt-right (including a smattering of libertarians) would openly rebel and scream their bloody heads off. It would be a great excuse to impose martial law and retain the JEM as prezzy for who knows how long.

    5. "And I did see that news clip! I thought it was fake, but who knows."

      It wasn't fake according to the people who investigated, but, plip who knows these days.

      The whole body-double theory is fascinating, and it's really gaining traction. Just when I think events

    6. Okay not sure where the rest of my comment went. I really can't believe the body double stuff. Just too weird for me.

    7. I don't care what the media does. The Constitution is the Constitution.

      There would be an injunction sought -- and granted -- immediately.

      If such an injunction is not granted then the revolution is on.

  2. "...a nefarious plot to install a hand-picked president."

    Michelle? I mean, what could top the first female president? Other than her being black as well...

    /ducks and runs for cover

    1. I'm throwing a spongy ripe tomato in your general direction Fay! :))

  3. OK so apparently this essay is making a big impact: The Flight 93 Election.


    1. That's the best thing I've read in forever. Wow. Double WOW.

      More to the point, what has conservatism achieved lately? In the last 20 years? The answer—which appears to be “nothing”—might seem to lend credence to the plea that “our ideas haven’t been tried.” Except that the same conservatives who generate those ideas are in charge of selling them to the broader public. If their ideas “haven’t been tried,” who is ultimately at fault? The whole enterprise of Conservatism, Inc., reeks of failure. Its sole recent and ongoing success is its own self-preservation. Conservative intellectuals never tire of praising “entrepreneurs” and “creative destruction.” Dare to fail! they exhort businessmen. Let the market decide! Except, um, not with respect to us. Or is their true market not the political arena, but the fundraising circuit?


      We are at THE crossroads, I can feel it with all of my being. I agree with everything he says about Trump. He's not a good candidate for conservatives, but he's the ONLY candidate that can set us on a different path and avoid a co-opting of the presidency, martial law, and civil war/misery. We can worry about electing a true conservative after we've pulled our nation back from the edge of the abyss.

      This election determines whether we shall live in fear or in freedom.

      What about the rest of you? If you recognize the threat she poses, but somehow can’t stomach him, have you thought about the longer term? The possibilities would seem to be: Caesarism, secession/crack-up, collapse, or managerial Davoisie liberalism as far as the eye can see … which, since nothing human lasts forever, at some point will give way to one of the other three. Oh, and, I suppose, for those who like to pour a tall one and dream big, a second American Revolution that restores Constitutionalism, limited government, and a 28% top marginal rate.

      But for those of you who are sober: can you sketch a more plausible long-term future than the prior four following a Trump defeat? I can’t either.

      The election of 2016 is a test—in my view, the final test—of whether there is any virtù left in what used to be the core of the American nation. If they cannot rouse themselves simply to vote for the first candidate in a generation who pledges to advance their interests, and to vote against the one who openly boasts that she will do the opposite (a million more Syrians, anyone?), then they are doomed. They may not deserve the fate that will befall them, but they will suffer it regardless.

    2. lady red, yeah, that's a stemwinder. And compelling.

      Please also read this one.

    3. Magical thinking. House of cards.

      I enjoyed reading that lewy, although it made my head hurt a little. :))

      I assume that most people with an IQ over 100 have figured out that our financial system is hocus-pocus. Priests and kings, fed chiefs and central bankers. Abracadabra!

      Dr. Hunt writes well. I enjoyed this piece.