This was never going to be about flipping a switch and all our wildest dreams would come true.
If Trump wins under the current circumstances:
... this isn’t the work of a day or a season. This is the work of a generation. - Josh Hawley
- It will cause civil unrest that will make BLM look like a playdate. The media doesn't determine election winners but they modulate national mood.
They create a mediated reality and have generated a sense of inevitability about a Biden inauguration. To pull that out now would be a disaster.
- It will give the 'Rats control of the "stolen election" narrative, instead of us, which they'll capitalize upon going into the 2022 midterms. When
we lose the midterms it will empower people with the last names of Bush and Kassich and Romney to crawl out of the gutters and back into the GOP
mainstream. Trump would face the real possibility of, not just impeachment, but removal.
If Trump loses:
- Biden accomplishes nothing in the next 24 months. Trump spent the last year having agency heads enshrine his EOs into administrative law, meaning it
will take Biden months to undo, not a "stroke of a pen" as the media proclaim. Biden's legislative goals will be Deep Six'ed by the Senate and his
agendas will be litigated into oblivion in front of a loyalist Supreme Court.
- Trump makes a tactical withdrawal and focuses the next two years on solidifying the grip of Trumpism on the RNC, keeping the swamp creatures on the
fringes. He's already doing it by backing loyalists for reelection to all the top spots.
- We control redistricting after the 2020 Census results are released in a supermajority of the country. The House districts will be gerrymandered
into nonsense by GOP legislatures and, if Trumpism is the dominant GOP ideology, then stacked with Trumpist congressmen.
- We own the "stolen election" narrative going into 2022 and take control of both houses of Congress as is widely expected. [see:
- Trump plays kingmaker and hand-picks the 2024 presidential candidate who faces a frail Joe Biden trying to cling to rule until he's 87 (he's already
backtracked on his pledge to only serve one term). That means the survival of Trumpism without Trump, and the continued recalibration of the GOP into
a populist, reactionary, workers party.
- The media landscape in 2024 will be markedly different. By that point the mediasphere will be even more fractured than now and the rise of
iconoclast leftist journalists in the mold of Glen Greenwald and Matt Taibbi will have upended the liberalist united front, giving no quarter to
ideologically incoherent Democrats like Biden. Section 230 will have been brought down on Twitter and Facebook. Sinclair will have purchased CNN.
Trump was the right president at the wrong time. He was forced to fight a two-front war, one front against the Rats and the other front against the
swamp in his own party. He has all but defeated the second of those. The bigger concern than Biden at this point is that the GOP will nominate a
paint-by-numbers Republican in 2024, a Rubio or a Cruz or a Bush, taking us back to the GOP of yesteryear and away from the trajectory Trump set of
remaking the party into a reactionary workers party. Provided Trump's support doesn't falter during the coming 40 nights in the desert, he will be
positioned to hand-pick a cut-out in 2024.
edit on 24-11-2020 by WildBillX because: (no reason given)