Sometimes questions yield the best lines of inquiry, which was of course the whole point of the Socratic method. In our present epoch, we need to ask why are extremists of the nation’s socialist left still talking about the “Capitol Riots”. We use the plural in this context because that is what they are using. For most people, this was a singular event that took place over 3–4 hours almost 3 weeks ago.
For our extremist radicals in the national socialist media, it’s the ‘Capitol siege’ [implying that it is still going on] and other words evocative over violent imagery. This is why they pushing the useless and divisive ‘impeachment trial’ and why they keep on bringing it up with any excuse they can imagine.
Watch what the magician is doing with his other hand
In this case, we have the trick being played before our very eyes in the guise of the “Impeachment” trial on the fact that “Donald John Trump incited the erection“ as Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer asserted the other day on the Senate floor.
While we’re being distracted by that, the extremist left wants to set in stone the methods by which they cheated in past elections with HR 1 as know as the “For The People Act“. This would radically change the way elections are handled, from the free and fair system run by the states to a nationalized similar to the Californian election system. As noted in the editorial that accompanies the video presented here:
“Under H.R. 1, [people] could freely go house to house and apartment to apartment collecting unknown thousands of ballots and then dump them all in a ballot dropbox. No one would have any idea if those ballots had been tampered with at any point along the way or would there be any way to prove it if they had been tampered with,“ he continued.
“H.R. 1 also makes it harder for election observers to file complaints about any of this because complaining is racist.“
“A system like that is suicidal for democracy and no other free country would tolerate it.“
Carlson further pointed out that Canada and France have prohibitions on mail-in ballots, while the party in power in the U.S. seeks the opposite remedy.