With the nation turning against impeachment, how can this be a good thing for Democrats or the Deep State?
With impeachment approval fading quickly, it would seem that Democrat leadership has painted itself and their party into a corner. After all, the entire process has been exposed as one-sided. The whistleblower disappeared after President Trump released his call transcript to the Ukraine leader, disproving the allegations. No witness has come forward with first-hand evidence that Trump is guilty of anything other than doing his job. Additionally, former Vice President Biden has been exposed as a crook, guilty of all the things they are trying to impeach Trump over. Yet, impeachment marches on.
So, what’s the point?
Although the Dems would have loved for their impeachment charade to catch fire with the public, I doubt the leadership actually believed it would happen. Pelosi and company, along with the “bi-partisan” deep state was willing to make a short-term sacrifice in order to keep their base happy and solidified. Trump’s reelection is almost guaranteed, but what is going on in the political demographic background is more important to consider.
A Perfect Storm to Capsize American Politics
You may have noticed, then forgotten, the articles on the Establishment wanting to move federal agencies (and liberal employees) out of Washington DC, into red states. The demographic change would upset local and state politics to the point the nation would eventually become a one-party system, much like California. State citizens would have no say in the incursion of “outsiders” into their mix, and the billions of dollar that would come with this relocation would be enough to woo (buy off) local and state politicians. There are so many things that could and would follow such a transition, the rewriting of the constitution being among them.
Shredding the Constitution
With enough states turning blue, Constitutional amendments would sail through congress and state houses across the land. Here is how it would work once two-thirds of the House and Senate voted on an amendment: To become an operative part of the Constitution, an amendment, whether proposed by Congress or a national constitutional convention, must be ratified by either:
- The legislatures of three-fourths (at present 38) of the states; or
- State ratifying conventionsin three-fourths (at present 38) of the states.
You are looking at the future dismantling of our Bill of Rights by Socialist/Communist forces once leftists gain a super majority in enough statehouses.
Well, moving a few hundred-thousand federal workers around wouldn’t be enough
It’s true that relocation of the federal workforce would fall short of having the dramatic impact I’ve mentioned above, but with these workers come tens of thousands of lobbyists and other hangers-on—all globalist hacks. This move wouldn’t be sufficient, by itself, to turn enough states blue…however.
Why the California, New York, and New Jersey exodus is so scary
As we chuckle at those “stupid” tax and spend Democrats in California, what we fail to ask ourselves is: “could this be part of a plan to move liberal voters to red states?” I’m not sure if it is a plan, but if it isn’t, it is sure serendipitous good luck for the establishment and Democrat party. I remember when G. Gordon Liddy, of Watergate fame had his radio program. He often referred to the creeping incrementalism of the left; they gain three steps and get set back one or two, and keep coming.
Almost 700,000 Californians left for other states in 2018, many to Texas. Even Idaho is seeing a political shift from these “immigrants.” As of 2010, a Million people had left the New Jersey, Connecticut, and Long Island area for other parts of the nation—many to Texas and Florida. Those numbers are ten years old! Are you beginning to see the trend?
Foreign Immigrants Will Decimate Our Red State Economies and Political Balance
Add to the above population shifts the massive number of legal and illegal left-leaning immigrants and you will readily see how dire our situation has become. All it takes is one law allowing them all to vote, and our collective goose is cooked. The “Shining City on the Hill” will become just another third-world shithole.
Okay—what does impeachment have to do with any of this?
By holding the leftist coalition united behind Democrat leadership, and keeping them angry over the next Trump administration, they have a good chance to win in 2024 and maybe even pick up the House if they lose it, and the Senate. If they were deranged after 2016, imagine how batshit crazy they will become when Trump wins again. I remember the riots and protests during the Vietnam War. Every group with a grudge tapped into the negative energy. The nation was literally on fire.
President Trump has accomplished a lot with little help from his party and no help from Democrats, but lots can happen in that last four years of his presidency, including an economic decline; you can bet the Democrats and establishment Republicans will be doing everything in their power to insure it.
Who Would Follow Trump?
I’m sure there will be a flock of Trump-lite candidates presenting themselves in 2024, but I doubt any of them will have the grit or pro-America attitude to follow in his footsteps. Any candidate who would appear to be following too closely to Trumpism would be eaten alive by the establishment and their whores in the media.
Conservatives need to realize we are on an island surrounded by crocodiles, and our land mass is shrinking every day. Even what seems to be bad news has a silver lining for those who would tear our country apart.
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David Brockett is a Vietnam Veteran and former Marine aviator. He writes fiction and historical fiction, as well as articles on politics, religion, gun-rights, preparedness, and current events.