Post-Election Comments

The 2020 election is finally over—well not really—but at least the non-stop political ads are finally gone so now we can get back to being abused by drug companies’ TV spots for Verzenio®, Neulasta®, Taltz®, Jardiance® and Trulicity®, and let’s not forget the really idiotic NerdWallet TV spot.

So, Biden was able to pull off an amazing win without carrying the states of Florida and Ohio. He must have run one hell of a campaign, or did he? Unlike President Trump, Biden hunkered down in his basement for almost the entire campaign while his running mate was nowhere to be seen. Perfect strategy since BLM, Antifa, CNN, MSNBC, and COVID-19 did all the heavy lifting for them. Even Fox News’ Chris Wallace joined in to make a contribution to the Democrats’ cause just like he did in 2016 along with Megyn Kelly.

The pundits on CNN continually push the mantra, “there’s no evidence of voter fraud,” yet 234 pages of sworn affidavits say otherwise. Trying to prove voter fraud is like trying to prove who passed gas in a crowded subway. Everyone knows it happened but no one is able or willing to try and prove who did it. This election smells like someone passed gas. Voter fraud may be difficult if not impossible to prove but there certainly was plenty of evidence of shenanigans going on at many polling locations. The Left’s rallying cry: Systemic racism—Yes! Systemic voter fraud—No!

In the 2020 election, it wasn’t unusual for dead people to vote by absentee-ballot. I see nothing wrong with that since the dead are technically absent. Also, it’s been alleged that many mail-in ballots had no down-ballot votes marked—those ballots should not be counted.

During the fifteen years I’ve been a resident of Florida, I’ve always voted by absentee ballot. I requested the absentee ballot because I work at Kennedy Space Center but I live in Lake County some 92 miles away. Also, for many years I lived in Merritt Island and later Winter Park—commuting home on weekends. However, this year, COVID-19 or not, I voted in-person on Election Day, the way it was intended.

On election night Trump was ahead by more than 700,000 votes in Pennsylvania yet his lead was cut by over 500,000 by Thursday morning due to mail-in ballot counting. Nothing to see here. Looking back to the 2012 election, in 59 Philadelphia voting divisions, Obama beat Romney 19,605 to 0; Romney didn’t get a single vote—again, nothing unusual to see here.

In August, Hillary Clinton advised “Joe Biden should not concede under any circumstances.” Good advice but it was unnecessary since the fix was already in and this fix was planned way ahead of time. In 2016, everyone laughed at the idea of Donald Trump winning the election since no one thought he had a chance against “Queen Hillary.” The Democrats were caught off guard, so no desperate measures were taken to throw the election. Not so in 2020, because by the time the 2020 election rolled around, The Resistance had almost four years to get a plan in place. COVID-19 was the best gift the Democrats could have gotten. How convenient it was for the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic to hit the United States and the rest of the world in the very same year that President Trump was running for re-election. Perfect timing if you ask me. So where was Putin this time?

Chinese virologist Dr. Li-Ming Yan claims the SARS-CoV-2 virus was manufactured in a Chinese military laboratory and is not a naturally occurring virus as many so-called experts claim. Dr. Yan’s claims have since been refuted by the Chinese government and the WHO, both very reliable sources. Of course, the experts including those in the media will try to debunk Dr. Yan as a conspiracy theorist while they themselves continue perpetrating the biggest conspiracy theory of them all that Donald Trump was and still is a Russian asset. Decide for yourself: a PDF of Dr. Yan’s report that she co-authored with three other colleagues entitled, Unusual Features of the SARS-CoV-2 Genome Suggesting Sophisticated Laboratory Modification Rather Than Natural Evolution and Delineation of Its Probable Synthetic Route, can be downloaded here.

Recently I caught an unconfirmed news article on the Web stating that President Trump is reportedly planning an exit from the White House on Air Force One on or before Inauguration Day to hold a rally presumably in Florida in order to take attention away from Biden’s enthronement. Sounds almost identical to the advice I pitched in my recent “Election Season Obfuscations” blog entry.

During a recent interview with Mark Zuckerberg, Darth Fauci expressed concern that it will be ‘months’ before school-age children could get the COVID-19 vaccine. Very concerning since children under the age of 18 have a 99.994% chance of recovering from the virus.

I was recently disappointed to learn that my college alma mater has caved to the woke mob. It was reported in the Fall 2020 edition of the Monmouth magazine that University President Leahy has announced actions to be taken so that Monmouth University can become an “anti-racist institution.” In other words, affirmative action policies don’t go far enough, racial activism is needed. For example, renaming Woodrow Wilson Hall to the Great Hall at Shadow Lawn to become a more “welcoming and inclusive space.” I’m sure people of color in the distressed neighborhoods of Asbury Park and Neptune will benefit enormously.

Sheryl Crow has a song entitled “Leaving Las Vegas” but lately, it may be more appropriate to have songs about leaving California or leaving New York since people like Elon Musk are doing just that.

Does anyone find it the least bit interesting that since FDR, every other president has been of the opposing political party except for George H. W. Bush, a Republican, who succeeded Reagan—a universally popular president. I’m not considering Truman, LBJ, and Ford for obvious reasons. Could it be that the fickle American electorate is never satisfied with their presidential picks or is it something more sinister? It would certainly appear that the presidency is shared equally (mostly) between both parties. Obviously, presidents are picked on personality not policy.

Biden’s recent cabinet picks come from a long line of corruptocrats, nevertheless, they have been likened to the Avengers superheroes; but if they win, we lose. Given this reality, there can be no unity since the radical Marxist socialists in the Democratic Party refuse to compromise—with them it’s an all or nothing proposition. As a result, I’m unable to call Biden my president—regardless if there was election fraud or not.

P.S. this remark is to clarify my previous comments on Monmouth University. I’m a member of the University’s Shadow Lawn Society which means I’ve included Monmouth in my estate plans. That being said, I plan to continue my support of the University regardless of the prevailing cultural norms. My concern was with the motivation for renaming Wilson Hall not that it was renamed. In fact, I’ve never had any love for former President Woodrow Wilson anyway.

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