There’s a point where forcing democracy looks exactly like socialism or communism. In a free society, you have to let democracy work. And yes, that means investigating allegations of fraud to the greatest extent and making the information available to the public. Truth isn’t something you can hide. The old saying goes, “if you lie, once you have to lie 1000 times, but if you tell the truth, you only have to say it once.”
In President Joe Biden’s administration, their view of democracy isn’t democracy. Silencing citizens for their views on election fraud, the COVID-19 virus origins, or even the president’s son isn’t democracy. It’s tyranny.
What’s the problem with investigating the election? Biden has no problem spending trillions of dollars on spending bills, but take the time to ensure the election is secure, and that’s anti-democratic? Any rightful leader would do everything to ensure the country was unified in a decision rather than act arrogantly as Biden has done.
The Atlantic wrote an article titled “Trump’s next coup has already begun,” Under the article title, it says, “January 6 was practice. Donald Trump’s GOP is much better positioned to subvert the next election.” The article was written by Barton Gellman, a Democrat writer for The Atlantic and senior fellow at The Century Foundation, a liberal think tank. Since before the election, Gellman has been writing negatively about former President Donald Trump.
If voter fraud and the elections aren’t secure, the loser will only be declared the winner. A free and fair election is the only way forward for the United States. No matter the measure, it has to happen. That’s not a declaration of voter fraud on a large or small scale, but if the federal government thinks Americans trust them, they’re wrong. Americans have seen the federal government weaponize its law enforcement, ignore cases of voter fraud, and go after parents at school board meetings. There’s no length that they won’t go. Yes, voter fraud has been found, but where is the evidence of investigations?
“Today, it is unclear who or what will protect our constitutional order. It is unclear who will try. Democrats, bug, and small D are not acting as if the threat is real. Some of them, including President Joe Biden, have taken a passing interest in the rhetoric, but their attention has wandered. They are making a grave error.”
What on earth is he talking about? What does he advise Democrats to do? What advice does he give to Republicans? When people follow the laws and the constitution, there is only so much they can do. That is the current problem with politics. The left is doing everything it can to make you follow their rules. The right is doing everything possible to ensure that people have the freedom to choose what they want to do. It’s an intriguing dynamic that most people aren’t grasping. In the middle, there is freedom when both parties can work together for the benefit of their constituents rather than their own. Politicians now believe they know everything, and they want to tell others how to live because they think they are superior to the rest of us. It’s no longer functional. The general public is catching on.