So now the talking heads of the media, who think they know more than anyone else in the entire world, are talking — at length, mind you — about Donald J Trump’s saying he would “look at the results” of the election. ‘Oh my. What a misstatement!’ they are saying. ‘This will finish him.’
Really? Why should Donald J. Trump agree now to abide by the election, no matter who wins. He agreed, as did the other innumerable Republican candidates, to support the nominee. It was a big deal. The GOP leadership even made a big display of going to Trump Tower to get his signature on the line. But what about the other 15 candidates? They said they would stand by the nominee but that hasn’t happened.
Reluctantly, the boy Rubio finally said he would vote for Trump but he withheld his endorsement. Cruz, the seemingly leader of the pack who lost to the biggest Trump, withheld his endorsement, be that as it was, of Trump until September 23, only 7 ½ weeks prior to the election. Although not a gusto endorsement, he did say he would vote for Trump. Now that’s nobility for you.
Since it has been proven that some people, Paul Ryan for instance, are not trustworthy and look for any excuse to Dump Trump why would he agree to such a thing this far out. And, there are already all kinds of proofs that the Democrats are truly rigging the election. I think of James O’Keefe and his Veritas Project videos: http://projectveritas.com/video/hidden-camera-nyc-democratic-election-commissioner-i-think-there-is-a-lot-of-voter-fraud/
Then there is the 2,000 election of President George W. Bush. Remember that one? Gore vs Bush. First Gore conceded the election to Bush then when he found out how close it was he pulled his concession statement. Off to court they went. Finally, Gore surrendered again saying “he felt certain the election was stolen…” There is no question that where elections are considered, hanky panky seems to be accepted. Remember the Black Panthers in Chicago with voter intimidation? Yea, that was in the Obama election.
Then there is the video posted by “Protecting the USA” about two months ago showing 8 people voting on a machine, 6 voted “no”, two voted “yes” but the machine registered 7 yes and 1 no. I can’t find the link to it but it is on my Facebook page if you want to wrangle with that.
The point is, none of us know how this election is going to turn out. What is wrong with waiting to see before we make a decision on whether to stand with the vote or not. After all, last time I looked we still had a little freedom left.