Topic category: Election Fraud
A statement about the RNC's bizarre sense of priorities
Speaking against violence is important, but an appropriate order of priorities is far more important
A week after the bungled Electoral Count was interrupted by violence, I received this email statement from RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel concerning the Capitol Building attack:
What I’m about to tell you is of the utmost importance.
Violence has no place in our politics. Period. I wholly condemned last week’s senseless acts of violence, and I strongly reiterate the calls to remain peaceful in the weeks ahead.
Those who partook in the assault on our nation’s Capitol and those who continue to threaten violence should be found, held accountable, and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Let me be clear: Anyone who has malicious intent is not welcome in Washington, D.C. or in any other State Capitol Building.
The peaceful transition of power is one of our nation’s founding principles and is necessary for our country to move forward. Now is the time to come together as one nation, united in the peaceful pursuit of our common democratic purpose.
Our Founding Fathers established a Nation of laws, not a Nation of anarchy. And, the Republican Party is the Party of individual freedom, liberty, entrepreneurship, innovation, and the American Dream, not the hateful violence we witnessed last week.
God bless you and God bless the United States of America.
Republican National Committee
This statement struck me as a jolting admission that the RNC's sense of priorities are egregiously out of order. Of the two recent acts of violence committed against the United States, the RNC's email focused on the least important while entirely ignoring the most important!
My reply follows:
You've done a wonderful job as Chairwoman of the RNC. I very much appreciate your dedication and hard work.
Nevertheless, I was very disappointed by your "peaceful transition" message, not because you rightfully condemn violence, but because you haven't condemned the greater violence of the election coup d'état that was brazen, blatant, and is known throughout the world to have elevated a completely corrupt political party to the seat of power in the USA. The entire free world is stunned and concerned that nothing is being done about this fraud and the rank incompetence it elevates to the pinnacle of power in the United States.
Evidence of this violence:
What concerns me most is the despicable failure of the Republican Party (and the RNC) to take an active unified stand for truth and election integrity, a failure that may ultimately lead to far more widespread violence, death, and destruction. Why? Because a free people will not sit idly by while criminal corruption in the highest places is rewarded with absolute control of political power in the USA, a power center that will ultimately destroy their lives. I fear that concern will be borne out by events in the very near future if Edmund Burke's advice isn't heeded (my emphasis):
More of Burke's highly pertinent advice:
Ask yourself, how has our Congress and our Supreme Court handled the brazen election coup d'état? How has the RNC?
As proponents of "good" or "evil"? As moral people? For expediency? As those committed to thwarting corruption? As defendants of liberty and equally-applied justice for all?
Or as advocates for the highest bidder?
With the fraudulent "victor" having been inaugurated on January 20, there is always the possibility that our nation can be saved by the Joint Chiefs and military officers loyal to their oath to our Constitution and the Constitutional Republic it creates. In accordance with their oath of office, sufficient numbers of our military officers (as cowardly members of Congress and our Supreme Court refused to) could move to uphold their oaths to protect and defend our Constitution by securing our Republic through staging a legitimate temporary government takeover to publicly, thoroughly, and fairly resolve this fraudulent election as it should have been resolved by state legislatures, the Supreme Court, or Congress prior to inauguration.
While this may sound radical, it is actually the least violent solution to the massive problem created by short-sighted inept politicians in both the national and state legislatures and compounded by our derelict Supreme Court. Such an action would not only be taken to establish the real winners of the recent federal elections (President, Senate, and House offices), but once the legitimate winners of the recent elections are seated, the treasonous corruption that supported this election coup must be cleaned out throughout our federal government — at the DoJ and FBI, at State, at Education, in Congress — and in every corner of "Big Tech", "Big News Media", and "Big Academia" where active seditionists have colluded with treasonous partisans to corrupt others in pursuit of power and financial gain. If these steps are taken, they must be sufficiently sweeping that the corrupt are rooted out and prevented from ever again participating in politics at any level. Those convicted of treason against the United States must be punished accordingly.
So perhaps you want to reconsider your appeal for a "peaceful transition of power" to acts of illegality and fraud that elevated the loser to the status of winner by denying millions of American citizens of their right to choose their President. Under the circumstances there is never a time for a "transition of power" either peacefully or by any other means.
There are values more precious than maintaining peace at any cost. See Burke, above.
Now, almost three weeks after the violence on January 6th, our nation is in worse condition than it has been in any of our lifetimes:
There are endless questions that could be asked and little likelihood any will be answered now that the USA has been lowered to the status of banana republic.
It takes an enormous amount of naïveté or self-delusion to believe there will ever be another free and fair election for federal offices. There will be no correcting this disaster by the national elections of 2022 or 2024. Only a fool believes otherwise.
Welcome to Venezuela II.
Where will the freedom-loving people of Central and South America who are fleeing tyranny go now that the US has succumbed to that same tyranny?
Where will freedom-loving people of the USA flee to?
Or will they stand their ground and save their country?
The longer nothing is done to stop the coup, the less likely anything will ever be done.
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Biography - Bob Webster
Bob Webster, a 12th-generation descendent of both the Darte family (Connecticut, 1630s) and the Webster family (Massachusetts, 1630s) is a descendant of Daniel Webster's father, Revolutionary War patriot Ebenezer Webster, who served with General Washington. Bob has always had a strong interest in early American history, our Constitution, U.S. politics, and law. Politically he is a constitutional republican with objectivist and libertarian roots. He has faith in the ultimate triumph of truth and reason over deception and emotion. He is a strong believer in our Constitution as written and views the abandonment of constitutional restraint by the regressive Progressive movement as a great danger to our Republic. His favorite novel is Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand and believes it should be required reading for all high school students so they can appreciate the cost of tolerating the growth of unconstitutional crushingly powerful central government. He strongly believes, as our Constitution enshrines, that the interests of the individual should be held superior to the interests of the state.
A lifelong interest in meteorology and climatology spurred his strong interest in science. Bob earned his degree in Mathematics at Virginia Tech, graduating in 1964.