The Republican primaries had barely begun and Donald Trump was already telling voters that a “rigged system” was to blame for the problems that politicians appear unable to fix. More than a year later, Trump has thrown that charge at the RNC, the DNC, and the national election system as a whole. And with every passing day, it’s becoming clearer and clearer that it’s not just talk.
To say that this has been a dramatic election season would be an understatement of historic proportions. So much has happened that it’s almost impossible to keep track of it all. Unfortunately, that’s exactly what the Washington establishment is counting on. They’re hoping that when it’s all said and done, Americans will look back on 2016 and see nothing but a messy blur of insanity. That we’ll be so relieved that the election is over that we won’t bother reflecting on the many disturbing revelations that emerged over the course of the last year. Only a major case of mass amnesia can keep the status quo in place.
We can’t let that happen, so it’s essential that we keep detailed logs of everything we’ve seen. If we let them shove it all back under the rug, we have only ourselves to blame.
We must never forget:
The DNC emails that showed how Debbie Wasserman Schultz blatantly favored Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders.
That, after being called out, Schultz resigned her position at the DNC…to go to work for the Clinton campaign.
That her replacement, CNN contributor Donna Brazile, was caught leaking debate questions to Team Clinton in the primaries.
That the DNC’s superdelegate system robbed voters of their power, all-but-assuring Clinton the nomination before a single vote was cast.
That the national mainstream news media abandoned all semblance of objectivity, using “journalism” as a cover for what they were really doing: Campaigning for Hillary Clinton.
That one of our two major political parties is on a mission to make it impossible to stop – or even detect – voter fraud.
That the FBI, after confirming in no uncertain terms that Hillary Clinton broke the law, recommended that she not be prosecuted for her crimes.
The outrageous meeting that occurred between Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton in July, just days before Hillary was (temporarily?) exonerated.
That Hillary used her position as secretary of state to provide access and favors to individuals who generously donated to her fraudulent charity.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Our democracy has been hijacked by globalists who don’t give a damn about anyone who lives west of New York or east of Los Angeles; globalists who – when they think no one’s listening – tell foreign clients that they want to bring “open borders” to the United States.
Trump has been mercilessly criticized for suggesting that the election could be rigged. Oh, that’s preposterous, they say. That could never happen on a scale big enough to matter.
Ok. Maybe that’s true.
But when you look at the big picture, you realize that you don’t have to mess with the voting machines to sway the outcome. Not when you rigged the whole system long ago.