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the disenfranchised american voter

friday, january 8th, 2021

When the Constitution formed this nation, we were a country of around 4 million. But in 2020 at least 74 million Americans have had their votes tossed in the trash along with the Constitution.

[Full Title: "Frontpage Person of the Year: The Disenfranchised American Voter."]

More Americans had their votes discarded, stolen, nullified, corrupted, and obstructed in this election than existed in the entire United States when it fought for its independence from monarchy and tyranny, when it brought into being a “more perfect union”, when it expanded westward, and when brother against brother fought in a civil war to preserve that union.

There were more Americans who voted for President Trump than were living in the United States in 1890. The entire nation, as it was in 1890, had its vote usurped by a corrupt oligarchy.

The elites can steal an election. But they can’t steal a movement.

While the battles go on across cable news and social media, these are the forgotten men. All 70 to 80 million of us.

They were the forgotten men and women who rallied to Reagan and to Trump, falling behind in a nation whose elites can’t wait to leave 1787 and 1890, along with old mill towns, steel plants that made a nation’s skyscrapers, rusting factories that once supplied her people, port cities on whose ships cargoes once flowed to the world that are now filled with Made in China junk ships.

They are the coal miners who were told to learn to code, managers dragged into unconscious bias training before being fired anyway, carpenters sidelined by illegal aliens, police officers beaten by grad students chanting Black Lives Matter, IT men whose jobs were offshored, women who were called ‘Karens’ for calling 911 after being attacked in a mall parking lot.

2020 was not just another election. 2016 was an uprising by the nation’s forgotten men and women. In 2020, the empire struck back, outspending the forgotten men, rigging races with ballot harvesting, bypassing legislatures, stealing votes, and then laughing in their faces.

That was a mistake.

It’s the same mistake that was made in Iran, in Venezuela, in Russia, in China, and in countless totalitarian nations that built mass movements out of stolen elections and brutal crackdowns.

Elections can be stolen, but when an election is also an uprising, then the movement grows.

The real question on the ballot in 2016 and in 2020 was who was running the country. The two wealthiest counties in the country, Loudoun County and Falls Church City, are D.C. bedroom communities. Nine of the twenty wealthiest counties in America are D.C. suburbs.

We are indeed a nation of ‘Two Americas’ as Senator John Edwards declared at the Democratic National Convention, and there’s no better proof than Edwards who escaped 30 years in prison after being tried for misusing $725,000 in campaign contributions from a Gillette heiress to hide his affair while his wife was dying of cancer, and relaunched his career as an ambulance chaser, suing the Raleigh police because an officer shot a crazy Iranian man brandishing a knife.

One America voted in 2020. The other ‘America’, call it Un-America, stole the election.

One America raises up statues to the Founding Fathers, while the other America tears them down. One America prays, the other mocks. One America fights, the other betrays. One America works for a living, the other takes its earnings. One America votes, the other steals.

The forgotten America of that seventy million plus does not appear in polls. Products are not pitched to it. Movies and TV shows are not made for its tastes. Its men and women won’t be hired by the oligarchic companies consolidating control over the economy and the country.

The cultural products of the oligarchy tell them that they’re the past and headed for the landfills alongside the statues of Washington, Jefferson, and Lincoln. Along with the Constitution.

But what every tyranny forgets is that the past is also the future.

“Suppose the Colonies do abound in men,” the head of the British Navy had boasted during the American Revolution, “what does that signify? They are raw, undisciplined, cowardly men. I wish instead of forty or fifty thousand of these brave fellows they would produce in the field at least two hundred thousand; the more the better, the easier would be the conquest; if they did not run away, they would starve themselves into compliance with our measures."

That earl had made a very bad mistake and, as Patrick Henry once declared, his successors in Loudoun County and the government counties of Washington D.C. may profit by his example.

2016 was an uprising and so was 2020. Not every battle was won in the Revolutionary War, but every battle forged the spirit and steel of those forgotten men whose voices did not count three thousand miles away in London, and now those forgotten men in the rural and working class counties whose voices do not count thousand of miles away in Washington D.C.

Whatever comes of the election, whether right or might win this time, they are a movement.

And that movement has only begun to fight.

The disenfranchised American voter is not going away. He will not be silenced. No amount of media pressure is going to convince him to accept the unacceptable or disbelieve the evidence of his own senses. He knows that this is more than a theft of one election, but the ongoing denial of his right to have a future in a nation whose leaders insist that his kind should not exist.

The forgotten men and women do not forget. They did not come into being in 2016 and they will not vanish in 2020. All that the theft of 2020 did was add momentum to their grievance.

The disenfranchised American voter is the faceless face of a growing movement.

It is the movement whose battles against the leftist oligarchy, the political leviathan of the Left, David Horowitz and the David Horowitz Freedom Center have been fighting since the beginning. But never before has that movement been so vast, encompassing over seventy million Americans who are determined not to let the Left forget them and drive past them to power.

The Left built a messaging machine meant to make these men and women feel small, irrelevant, ashamed, and weak. Instead their numbers have grown more than ever before.

The silent majority is no longer silent. It is stepping out of the shadows and making its stand.

Its members will not accept this theft or take their places at the back of the bus. They will not turn over the country to those who have nothing but contempt for it and for them, or be shamed for refusing to let thieves scold them about election integrity. They have learned to laugh at the hectoring lectures about decency and the references to the Constitution from the radicals toppling the statues of the men who labored over the Constitution and fought to defend it.

Power does not, as Mao once said, come from the barrel of a gun. Nor does it come from documents, agencies, and elections. These are only the means by which power is channeled.

The only true form of power comes from consent. Men may give up their consent to tyrants, but America is a nation of free men and women who do not give consent, but take it through elections. When that consent appears to be taken from them by force, they will still not give it.

And it is that consent, the acceptance of the situation, which though intangible is the force that moves nations, forms societies, and serves as the true basis for all power. The voters who went to the polls, even though the media told them it was hopeless, held on to that power. And they held on to it when they ignored the media’s propaganda after the election. They still hold it.

In a free nation, casting votes determines elections and the leadership of the country. But in every nation, the conviction of the people, their willingness to resist the propaganda, is their power. Over 70 million Americans, the forgotten men and women of the nation, wielded their power and they refuse to give it up no matter how often they are told that they are wrong.

That is why the disenfranchised American voter is the Freedom Center’s person of the year.

In a disgraceful year, the disenfranchised voter took a stand and held it in the face of the elites who believe that by stealing his vote, they can also take his power. Every day, every week, and every month that goes by, the disenfranchised voter reminds them that they are wrong.

The elites can steal an election. But they can’t steal a movement.

© 12/29/2020 by Daniel Greenfield

A Day In The Life.

Up at 8a on Friday, it was only 20° outside – had a couple smokes in the garage while the coffee brewed, did my DR (Type 1 Diabetic Routine - Blood Sugar Level Test and Sliding-Scale Insulin Shot), applied the CBD Hemp Level 5 Ointment to my lower back, neck and shoulder, had simple rye toast for breakfast, and checked the weather and news.

The heavy sleet and freezing rain started while I was at Rite Aid Pharmacy, the State Liquor Store to get a bottle of "Butter' Chardonnay, and at the Royal Farms Gas/Convenience Store complex, to get the Jeep HEMI fueled-up with Unleaded Ethanol-Free 90oct, but I made it home before the weather went full-blown nasty. The roads were pretty empty, but every vehicle was sliding around, and I didn't want to be in the middle of it.

After lunch, I got all 2020 paperwork for Income Taxes compiled in one large folder, to start working on organizing that crap, opened the bottle of Chardonnary and had a few sips. Soon enough, by 5p, the bottle was empty and I fell asleep on the couch, waking back up at 1a. Upstairs to bed, and I missed dinner and two of my DRs. No biggie. My BSL was just fine.

Up at 8:30a on Saturday, after the DR, coffee and Poached Eggs & Creamy Bacon Grits for breakfast, I had some errands to do, which ate-up most of the morning. I got a print-out from Rite Aid of all Rx meds for 2020, since they'd taken that link off their website pages. I spent the afternoon going thru the "prepper supplies" on the 17 basement shelves, and by 6p, had enough. After dinner, I watched CATV until 10p, and unplugged.

Sunday was another matter. I had such lower back and leg pain, that I just couldn't get anything done. I either had to sit or lay down, and keep applying the CBD Pro-Level-5 Pain Relief Ointment, all day. The pain stopped after dinner, and I went up to sleep around 9p.

If ifs & buts were candy & nuts, every day would be Christmas.

Up at 8a on Monday, the lower back pain was back, and I slathered-on the ointment, with the pain abating around 10a. I had a couple Rxs to p/u, and a 1p appointment at Restorative Bodyworks; hopefully, that will help with the morning pain. I did my noon DR, had a quick lunch and left for the app't at 12:15p. Heidi did a wonderful job, as usual, and I was home by 2:30. I fell asleep on the LR couch, until dark at 5:30p. After dinner, I watched "American Pickers" until 11, and shut down.

I slept-in until 9a on Tuesday, missed the "CP Show" post until 9:30 or so, and had terrible lower back pain; it's back. After the morning routine and breakfast, I took a muscle relaxer, laid down on the couch and slept for 5hrs. Feeling a little better when I got up, I just couldn't force myself to start going thru all the 2020 receipts for Income Taxes, just yet. After dinner, I watched "The Curse of Oak Island" new season's episodes, until 11p. Lights out.

So the whole Red Chinese CCP Covid-19 Death thing is total bullshit, according to the CDC numbers? And this Johns Hopkins article was correct, too, that the is a hoax .

Up at 7a on Wednesday, to a cloudy 36° morning, my back wasn't nearly as bad as yesterday. After getting the CBD applied to both sides, I did the DR, had coffee and breakfast, scanned the weather and news. I have to get some bloodwork done at the Wellspan Stony Brook Lab this morning, p/u some waiting Rxs and work on a food shopping list for later today or tomorrow. I drove to Rite Aid to p/u some waiting Rxs, Stony Brook Lab, south to the shirt cleaners, the bank and back home, by 12. After lunch, I vacuumed-out the Jeep, grabbed 2hrs of sleep on the LR couch, and watched some of the Trump Rally on TV. Then, after dinner, the DC riots broke out.

I watched until 10:30p, and firmly believe it was Antifa/BLM, dressed in Trump Gear with Trump banners and flags, mingling with legitimate Trump Supporters, who fomented the violence. We are in a civil war that just went hot, the Rubicon has been crossed. Prove me wrong. I unplugged and called it a day.

Up at 6a on Thursday, since the cleaning ladies would be in at 8:30, I did the morning DR, had coffee and breakfast and watched the follow-up news to last night's chaos in DC. I sent an email to President Trump, thanking him for his 4 years, all he did for us, and wishing him the best in the coming years. Nothing on TV worth a crap, so I did a couple of errands, worked on medical paperwork most all day, and rested my lower back. Hopefully, my back and hip will hold-out for tomorrow's walk with Sherry, at the nearby, massive York Galleria Mall.

After dinner, I watched some "Bitchin' Rides" episodes on Motor Trend Channel, Tucker Carlson and called it a week at 11p. Tomorrow starts a new week here in the "Journal".

Good Luck To Us.

This says it all. For those who still don't get it!

Now you understand why there was never any action against the Clintons or Obama, how they destroyed emails and evidence and phones and servers, how they spied and wiretapped, how they lied to FISA, had conversations on the tarmac, sent emails to cover their asses after key meetings, how Comey and Brennan and Clapper never were brought to any justice, how the FBI and CIA lied, how the Steele Dossier was passed along, how phones got factory reset, how leak after leak to an accomplice media went unchecked, why George Soros is always in the shadows, why Romney and Paul and Bush and McCain were all involved, why they screamed Russia and pushed a sham impeachment, why no one ever goes to jail, why no one is ever charged, why nothing ever happens. Why there was no wrongdoing in the FISA warrants, why the Durham report was delayed. Why Hunter will walk scott free. Why the FBI sat on the laptop. Why the Biden’s connection to China was overlooked as was unleashed the perfect weapon, a virus that could be weaponized politically to bring down the greatest ever economy and usher in unverifiable mail in voting. Why the media is 24/7 propaganda and lies, why up is down and down is up, right is wrong and wrong is right. Why social media silences the First Amendment and speaks over the President of the United States.

This has been the plan by the Deep State all along. They didn’t expect Trump to win in 2016. He messed up their plans. Delayed it a little. They weren’t about to let it happen again. Covid was weaponized, Governors helped shut down their states, the media helped shame and kill the economy, and the super lucky unverifiable mail in ballots were just the trick to make sure the career politician allegedly with hands in Chinese payrolls that couldn’t finish a sentence or collect a crowd, miraculously became the most popular vote recipient of all time.

You have just witnessed a coup, the overthrow of the US free election system, the end of our constitutional republic, and the merge of capitalism into the slide toward socialism. What will happen next? Expect the borders to open up. Increased immigration. Expect agencies like CBP and INS and Homeland Security to be muzzled or even deleted. Law enforcement will see continued defunding. The electoral college will be gone. History erased. Two Supreme Court Justices might be removed. The Supreme Court will be packed. Your 2nd Amendment will be attacked. If you have a manufacturing job or oil industry job, get ready. If you run a business, brace for impact. Maybe you’ll be on the hook for slavery reparations, or have your suburbs turned into Section 8 housing. Your taxes are gonna go up, and businesses will pay more.

I could go on and on. There is no real recovery from this. The elections from here on will be decided by New York City, Chicago, and California. The Republic will be dead. Mob rule and appeasement will run rampant. The candidate who offers the most from the Treasury will get the most votes. But the votes voted won’t matter, just the ones received and counted. That precedent has been set.

“Benjamin Franklin was walking out of Independence Hall after the Constitutional Convention in 1787, when someone shouted out, ‘Doctor, what have we got? A republic or a monarchy?’”

Franklin responded, “A republic, if you can keep it.”

Ladies and gentlemen, you will now lose your Republic. You turned from God. You turned from family. You turned from country. You embraced degeneracy culture. You celebrated and looked to fools. You worshipped yourselves selfishly as you took for granted what men died to give you. You disregarded history and all it teaches. On your watch, America just died a little. It’s likely she’ll never be the same again.

Some of you have no idea what you’ve done. Sadly, some of you did!

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