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A Tale of Two Decisions
I watched the movie Interstellar a few years ago. While Sci-Fi is not my go-to for movies, I have enjoyed some films or shows in the genre, such as The Man in the High Castle, which strangely enough, bears far too many similarities to today’s world than I would prefer to notice. In Interstellar, astronauts seeking to save humanity from extinction travel through space and enter the atmospheres of various new worlds, in which x seconds in that atmosphere equals y minutes or days or weeks or years on Earth.
In this vein, I feel as if states like Georgia have been conquered for decades, and not just for two years. Arizona can be lumped into the same group, given that it was (and is) a Republican state, but has been machined into being whatever it needs to be to accomplish a political narrative. Right now, Arizona needs to either be a blue state or a RINO state to repel an America First advance upon the nation, with Donald Trump and Kari Lake leading the charge.
We are wrapping up the Lake v. Hobbs trial as I type this, and I am led to believe that there are two main outcomes that may advance from it, and perhaps Abe Hamadeh’s case, as well. Both are favorable to the long-term agenda of ridding our elections from corruption, though one is far more immediate and much more preferable.
Judge Thompson grants the relief requested in Lake’s lawsuit, either in the form of a new election, or by declaring her the victor. I would expect, if one of those two were chosen, for the former to be chosen, and this is probably the best case, if Maricopa County is restrained from practicing its usual tactics, techniques, and procedures for manipulating election outcomes. Lake, after all, will need to carry her own sense of legitimacy if she becomes Arizona’s governor.
This scenario will also bring about the death of the “election denier” narrative and will make a fool of every media personality, politician, and journalist who has mocked fraud affirmers such as myself for two years. This will result in a pillar to post sacking of all major election fraud hubs now that election fraud has been introduced to courts on a grand scale. This is the best scenario we could hope for, and after two days of damning evidence and a defense making a fool of itself, it may not be such a pipe dream after all.
Caving to pressure, Judge Thompson punts and scoffs at the defense for bad behavior, but says something along the lines of his dismissal of Count III (Signature Verification) in Lake’s case – “due to the fact that the transition is already in motion, the vote is certified, so we can’t change that in this court, but I am ordering…”
This will rightfully piss off two-thirds of Americans, especially those who are newly red-pilled with eyes wide open at how deliberately and meticulously their votes are being ripped off. It will no longer be safe to be a Republican who says a “Trump cult” is obsessed with imaginary election fraud, and the slow march toward what began with the 1770 Boston Massacre will accelerate here in the present time.
I see no scenario in which Judge Thompson punts the case, which would certainly be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court, that doesn’t dial the temperature in America up to a point that would make November 2020 look like a time of national unity and togetherness.
Judge Thompson is under intense pressure. I remain hopeful that the same God who changed Saul to Paul and turned him from persecution to ministry will do the same over the American judicial system and return us to a society that values the Rule of Law. If this domino comes crashing down, the fight is on for a two-year sprint to return the White House to the hands of Patriots.