End times.

Tragically, [the refusal to deal with obvious problems in the electoral system is] not inexplicable. It’s very explicable. It’s that the explanations are chilling and uncomfortable. Our Supreme Court is now part of the Washington Swamp, and the Washington Swamp is now totally divorced from any understanding of or caring about the rest of the nation. Roberts surrendered to the Swamp shortly after being seated. Kavanaugh and Coney-Barrett have done so even quicker.

Our Supreme Court is now no more an agent of a free people than similar courts are in places like Venezuela and Nicaragua. Our nation is becoming ungovernable, because there is no reason for a thinking person to have any respect for our institutions like the FBI, The Justice Department, or our courts on any level. We are facing dark days indeed.[1]

Not to mention astonishing dereliction of duty in defending the borders, preserving citizenship, and maintaining basic public order. Public officials who take a stand for the American nation and the rule of law are in short supply.


[1] “Our Supreme Court Goes Full Nicaragua in PA Election Case.” By C. Edmund Wright, American Thinker, 2/23/21.


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    • P.Mary on February 25, 2021 at 5:40 AM

    This is what makes my heart heavy.  So long Rule of Law :(.  Almost like “the powers that be” are pressuring the GOD-fearing patriots of the U.S.A. to revolt, by instituting these “guaranteed to fail” policies.  And their cheating, stealing, disrespecting will all go unchecked, due to the acceptance of lawlessness.

    • melvin w. wilson on February 25, 2021 at 11:14 AM

    This is truly the saddest result of the year 2020., and that is truly scary. The options left on the table are not for the faint of heart.

  1. The irony is that in refusing to hear anything about the elections, they thought (in my perception) that they were saving the electoral process.  In reality, they’ve destroyed any faith in the process.  They’ve shown that they’re part of the problem, and just another part of the swamp that feels they’re rightful rulers who are better than the rest of the country.

    • enn ess on February 25, 2021 at 4:04 PM

    I believe you are correct in your assumption of the country being ungovernable. I’ve felt and opined that way for more years than I care to count now.

    When I was a youngster studying American history, learning about the founders and patriots that participated in the revolution freeing the colonists from oppressive rule of their overlords. I distinctly remember wishing I was there to experience the character of those involved and participate in one of the great moments in history.

    Sadly it may come to be that the outcome presently will lead to just that, now that I’m too old to do much about it or participate and contribute as I would like.

    When the governed become ungovernable – Let Them Herd Cats…….

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