posted on Jun, 24 2018 @ 05:36 AM
It's fairly easy to see what's happening here.
Let me start by saying I am a bit of a weirdo. I became interested in human behavior early in life, and I have spent every moment since then trying to
understand this thing we call human behavior. It's a fascinating subject. We have such intelligence and imagination at times, but at other times we
seem dumb as rocks. Even me... I can do marvelous things with technology, but when it comes to simply talking with people, I somehow seem to come
across as a cross between Charles Manson and Rain Man.
Has anyone watched someone when they try to start their car and it won't start? The intelligent thing to do is to try a couple of times to ensure the
problem is not a fluke, then begin investigating to see why the car refuses to start. However, humans do not always follow the most intelligent course
of action. The typical response is to attempt to start the car maybe 20 times, each time becoming angrier that it is not working, Some will even turn
the key harder and harder, like that has anything to do with the issue. The there's the cursing, perhaps some violent actions on various parts of the
car, anger towards the manufacturer, and the obligatory fanatical waving of the arms. Finally, there is acceptance that the car is not going to start
and they need to do something besides get angry in order to get it to work again.
I have determined that the amount and duration of the angry actions is inversely and exponentially proportional to the intelligence of the individual
Humans also have this inherent ability to appear more intelligent than they actually are during times of lower such stresses. This ability does not
seem to be associated with intelligence, but more with insecurity levels.
In 2016, the MSM consistently reported their polls as being positive for Clinton. Some went so far as to practically guarantee a no contest result.
They did rise and fall with events as would be expected, but Clinton seemed to maintain a fairly regular advantage over Trump. On election night,
however, the Electoral College votes were the opposite of what had been predicted. Thinking back over the events that led up to the election, I
realized that the rhetoric coming from the Clinton supporters had become more and more vicious the closer to election day we got, and the polls, while
still showing an appreciable lead for Clinton, showed a narrowing of the election.
My conclusion was that the polls were skewed purposely, by a known percentage, in order to sway the election. There were likely multiple polls that
were conducted earlier on in the campaign to establish a known relationship between actual poll results and the skewed results being reported. Once
that relationship was determined, the campaigns themselves were able to publish skewed polls in order to attempt to sway public opinion, while
maintaining an internal barometer of actual expected results.
I believe the same thing is happening now. Until very recently, the Democratic candidates were celebrating this "blue wave" of midterm election
results that would put them in power again. Some are still clinging to that message, but many seem to have dropped the narrative in favor of a new
one: increasingly vicious ire toward anyone and anything that could be seen as positive for Trump and the Republican Party.
This is the same basic behavior as we can see with someone trying to start a car that refuses to start.
I have, therefore, come to believe that the results in the midterm election are expected by those in the know to be disastrous for the Democratic
Party. They know this, of course, since they know the differential between published results and actual results in the polls. I have also noticed that
very few polls are pressed by the MSM, with the possible exception of Fox News showing polls that indicate increasing support for Trump and his
In other words, come November, the Democrats in Congress are going down hard according to the actual numbers. Their attacks have failed; their
obstructionism has backfired; their rhetoric has fallen on deaf ears. They did not understand, and do not understand, why Trump defeated Clinton. It
was never about Trump; it was about the people seeing the corruption in the Federal government. Donald Trump simply rode the populist wave into
office. I believe we can thank James Comey for initially opening many of those eyes, inadvertently as it may have been.
Maxine Waters did not get the nickname "Mad Maxine" without cause. She has a history of explosive conduct, indicative of a lower mental ability level.
She also, of course, has the ability to show that veneer of intelligence I mentioned earlier... almost all politicians do. But as she sees a loss of
power looming on the horizon and her actions do not seem to be helping the situation, she has slammed that car key on and off, on and off, over and
over until she is now acting completely irrationally and is unable to show the veneer of intelligence she normally could show.
In the short term, this is a good thing, as Trump will keep the Republicans under some measure of control... but in the long term, this could be
disastrous. The Democratic Party holds no exclusive rights to aberrant behavior.
The other possibility is of course an actual civil war. I have said many times for many years that the Bible is pretty plain that the US will not lead
during WWIII... a ridiculous concept given our present position. However, I do believe the prediction is true, and that means something must happen to
the US to prevent us from being able to effectively participate. That could be a financial collapse, an initial surprise attack that cripples us, or a
civil war. Perhaps current events are indicating the latter?
I hope not. That could get very ugly very quickly.