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Tuned in Carlson a little after halfway thru his show and he is hitting the hypocrisy regarding protesting BIG TIME!
Ok, they just reported that Pence dismissed the joint session of Congress, so this seems to be game over for Trump. Sad. Very, very sad.
The problem I saw here - since Saturday - that there was nothing indicating the same level of upheaval "in the ether" as it definitely was a turmoil around Nov 23!: Then I got two strong pings on my "psi-radar" and could "feel" & sense the runaway-horse-like heavy emotions around the Trump election-lawsuits team. I shook off the first ping and disregarded, but when the second ping's shockwave hit me, I decided to post the "prediction" around ~Nov 23 here for the Dec 9 plan of the Trump-team, where he revealed "This is the big one.." = the lawsuit filed in the Supreme Court.THIS is what the C's were talking about, I think. His chance to be bold is TONIGHT. Otherwise he is screwed. Check Reuters right now. Thugs, domestic terrorists, prosecute fullest extant of the law, Joe is right, these psychopaths have ALL the ammunition they need now. THIS is when Trump must be bold. This is the turning point, what happens tonight will be hectic. Demagogic president.
What would that do exactly? I looked it up, but I'm still confused.
Already spinning what happened today indicates Trump either unfit or unstable to continue to be President.The Twenty-fifth Amendment (Amendment XXV) to the United States Constitution says that if the President becomes unable to do his job, the Vice President becomes the President. This can happen for just a little while, if the President is just sick or disabled for a short time.
I disagree. All those who support Trump needed this boost of confidence. It is not just words now and they have seen that things can go very quickly if they need to, especially if Trump or another leadership figure gives the go ahead.There were a handful (maybe 20) "militia" types that entered congress and carried out the "rampaging" that attracted all the attention. These people were, to one extent or another, 'agents' who intended to do what they did for the specific reason of making Trump supporters look bad and further tarnish the legitimate claims about election fraud. The woman who was shot and died may have been killed on purpose to create the bad "optics". This is "Q", this is deep state psyops.
Just got back from DC ... thought you all might like to hear a first-hand account, not that it will necessarily add much to a high-level of understanding of events. This is only what I witnessed from my very limited personal perspective.
Yesterday I found out about a charter bus going to the rally, and booked a seat on a whim. It was leaving very early, so it was an early day. I met a few Trump supporters in the parking lot, and we chatted for a bit before boarding, and then sat together. All working class; the group I was with were mainly women, a mother, her mother, and her friend. On the drive up they discussed some aspects of their private lives ... opiod addiction seemed to be a big problem in their family, and my heart really broke hearing about it. What's been done to the American people is a war crime.
Arrived around 10:30, and made my way towards the White House. Big crowd there of course. The atmosphere was carnivalesque - people were friendly, polite, everyone was angry about the steal of course but that wasn't the dominant emotional tone. Crowd was extremely diverse. There were all ages, a lot of boomers, but also a fair number of youth, and everything in between. Mostly white, as you might expect, but there were representatives of all races present, and at one point I passed a couple of black women discussing the destruction of an Abraham Lincoln statue in outraged tones. Lots of people in MAGA gear obviously, a few guys in tactical outfits, and the occasional person in some kind of outrageous costume. I saw one woman dressed as Trump carrying Pelosi in a garbage can; another woman had a curved Viking rams horn, like a battle horn ... that was pretty cool. The flags were overwhelmingly the American flag, the Trump 2020 flag, and the Blue Lives Matter flag. Occasionally there would be a Gadsden flag. I didn't actually see a Confederate battle flag (though I have seen pictures), nor did I see any 'neo-nazi' or white nationalist iconography - I mention this only because the media, obviously, is going to run with a 'Nazi white supremacist' narrative. The point here is, these were all just ordinary, patriotic Americans, fed up to their back teeth.
From where I was Trump's speech was hard to follow, due to a lot of echo. Mostly he just ran through the spiel of how the election had been stolen ... nothing anyone here doesn't already know. There was no stirring call to action, no directive to storm the capitol. In fact, the lack of a call to action seemed to be irking a lot of people in the crowd, a few of whom were yelling out that they hadn't come all the way across the country to stand on the grass and hold signs. Point being, the crowd wanted action ... they wanted to be part of the action.
Before his speech ended I started making my way to the capitol, along with many others. I remember thinking at the time that all the people filing away while he was still talking felt like a bad omen ... like he wasn't saying what they wanted to hear, and were walking away.
There was a big crowd outside the Supreme Court, loudly expressing their disapproval of Justice Roberts et al.
There were Chinese people all over the place, holding signs along the lines of 'cancel the CCP' or 'the CCP is the real virus', and soliciting signatures to condemn the CCP.
One thing I found mildly amusing was the number of predominantly black guys selling MAGA merch. Given that this is DC, and given racial and DC voting patterns, the odds are very high that the majority of them voted Biden (assuming they voted at all). Yet they're still happy to make a buck.
Along the way to the capitol I stopped at a kiosk to get a coffee, and sat on the steps of the Department of Labour watching the crowd assemble in front of the capitol. Aside from that there were a lot of people I couldn't really see much, though I did hear the occasional explosion - almost certainly tear gas. It's possible that this was the point at which the initial fence was breached, although I didn't see that happen and it may have happened before I arrived in the area.
Following the caffeination I made my way towards the capitol, on the way passing a statue - beheaded, presumably by BLM - with people sitting all over it, despite the monument being surrounded by barriers and signs stating that it was closed. Foreshadowing things to come....
Getting closer, there was a guy dressed as Uncle Sam, standing on a wall and shouting into a megaphone. There was a metalhead with an electric guitar and a portable amp, shredding some Metallica riffs while wearing a camo 'Make America Free Again' hat \m/ I also briefly chatted with a guy who said he'd gotten pepper-sprayed by the cops, and further claimed that Antifa had infiltrated the crowd by wearing MAGA gear, and were deliberately provoking law enforcement. Anyone who's ever paid attention to street protests will recognize this as a classic false flag tactic (albeit previously employed mainly by undercover cops).
Around this time a rumour also started to circulate through the crowd that Pence had declined his constitutional duty; the crowd's mood changed dramatically at this betrayal. It was at this point that chants of 'Hang Mike Pence' started to be heard. Making my way closer, I passed more people who said they'd been tear gassed, and indeed the occasional explosion could be seen. One guy said they were firing rubber bullets, and showed me one he'd picked up as proof, which he let me photograph. The crowd started chanting 'This Is Our House' and 'USA'. I could see protesters ahead pushing up the stairs against the cops and climbing the scaffolding, occasionally ripping down the paper covering the scaffolding in order to wave a flag. Each time the latter happened the crowd would erupt in cheers and chants.
Rumours began to circulate that patriots had taken the capitol, and a lot of people began surging forward, announcing their intent to join the fun. Around this time I had to make my exit, as it was getting close to the departure time for the charter bus and I didn't want to get stranded. I really had to tear myself away though - the energy in that crowd was intense, intoxicating, and it was clear something historic was happening.
All of the shops were shut down in the bus terminal, so no hope for food or coffee - because of course. Shortly after arriving there, all of our phones went off with an emergency announcement from Mayor Bowser telling us there was a 6 pm to 6 am curfew in effect. To be honest, I was glad to be making my exit before then, as it was clear the real action would start at that point.
The mood on the bus was very upbeat - everyone was energized from the events of the day, feeling invigorated by the unexpected, and successful, storming of the capitol. Things changed a bit when the video of Trump telling everyone to stand down came out. Couldn't help but think of the C's wondering if Trump had the boldness to do what needs to be done ... telling everyone to go home really seemed like he lacked the cojones for it, and that obviously deflated the mood.
Another thing that really stuck out to me was the news that Nancy Pelosi's hard drive had been taken. Quite some time ago I was reading one of Clif High's ALTA/webbot reports, and one of the forecast events was 'secrets revealed', specifically in the context of an angry crowd storming government facilities and coming across sensitive data that blew things wide open. Obviously too early to tell whether anything will come of this but it certainly struck me as eerie.
While I don't have any first-hand evidence to contribute one way or another, it's worth mentioning a subject that became an almost instant topic of debate as soon as these events manifested: was this a spontaneous uprising, or a false flag/trap? I'm pretty sure this wasn't a false flag - the mood in the crowd was really ugly once the Mike Pence news spread, so I don't think the storming was instigated in order to 'make MAGA look bad' (also ... the media have already been screaming that MAGA = Nazis for 5 years....) Whether or not it was a trap is a trickier issue and one I'm still not sure about. On the one hand, the capitol wasn't very well defended, and the storming of it did seem suspiciously easy. On the other hand, given that MAGA rallies are historically well-behaved, civil, and peaceful, it's very possible that the elite miscalculated and assumed that the most that would happen would be a bit of grumbling. Certainly the behaviour of the congress-critters did not seem like the behaviour of people who were gleefully leading grassroots Americans into a trap. So, my personal feeling about this is that the storming probably was entirely spontaneous, enabled by the moral weakness and blind wishful thinking of the elites. But, time will tell.
Building on the trap narrative, a lot of people have been drawing parallels to Charlottesville, which in retrospect very obviously was a trap, a highly successful one which destroyed the Alt-Right as a viable countercultural movement. On the one hand, there is absolutely no doubt that the media is going to run with a narrative of vile neo-nazi terrorists threatening Our Democracy(TM) on behalf of Cheeto Hitler, and that if Biden is successfully installed as president this will be used as an additional excuse for a totalitarian crackdown. On the other hand, essentially all the Alt-Right accomplished in Charlottesville was to get beaten up ... not only was their ideology unsettling, but they looked weak. The storming of the capitol is something very different: it is the elite who look weak, the people who look strong ... and all of the several hundred thousand people who were there will take that sense of victory back to their hometowns, where 'storming government offices and driving out the parasites' is now an option on the table. The Alt-Right was also a fringe ideology with little popular support, whereas this was an expression of grassroots frustration shared, conservatively, by 100x the number of people who were actually present. Adding to that the fact that conservatives essentially ignore mainstream media, and it's really not clear that the propaganda offensive that is already ensuing will be successful to the necessary degree.
As an epilogue, the ladies I mentioned before very nicely offered to drive me home from the local bus terminal. The American working class really are the salt of the Earth.