The 2020 Election

The people of the United States are getting a massive lesson in how the U.S. Constitution works and how Presidents are elected. In every Presidential election many things happen from election day to inauguration day.

Recapping what has happened since November 3rd:

When everyone went to bed on the Third, President Trump was stomping the dog shit out of his opponent. When we woke up on the 4th, the lead had switched and Vice-President Biden was over the 270 electoral votes and many media outlets declared him the winner. This jump in votes is statistically impossible. In addition to the math, the ballot counting machines could not process that many votes in that amount of time.

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The States have until the 10th of December to certify their election. The State Election Board certifies the vote totals and the Legislature then exercises it’s Constitutional Right to nominate electors to the Electoral College.

The Electoral College then meets, tallies the votes and reports this to the House of Representatives. The House then announces the name of the next President. If the Electoral College is tied, the House itself votes for the President with each State getting one vote.

There has been wide spread fraud committed by the Democratic Party

Lawsuits have been filed on behalf of President Trump that question the validity of State elections.

The contested States are in Gray.

At least 80 electoral votes are still up for grabs. I will continue to update our map as events unfold. My Parler account documents the fight for these votes. Please visit and comment. I’ve written this post on the fly and welcome opposing views where my “facts” are a little shaky.

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In the Words of Lenin

Listen to the words of Vladimir Lenin and ask yourself, “Is this not happening in America today? Are these not the tactics of the so-called Democratic Party?”

 

The ballot box is the purview of the unintelligent masses. True political power lies in the Courts and if not there, then the streets.

 

To belittle the socialist ideology in any way, to turn aside from it in the slightest degree means to strengthen bourgeois ideology.

 

Our schoolteacher should be raised to a standard he has never achieved, and cannot achieve, in bourgeois society. This is a truism and requires no proof.

 

The most important thing is to know how to awaken in the still undeveloped masses an intelligent attitude towards religious questions and an intelligent criticism of religions.

 

But every little difference may become a big one if it is insisted on.

 

It is not difficult to be a revolutionary when revolution has already broken out and is in spate, when all people are joining the revolution just because they are carried away, because it is the vogue, and sometimes even from careerist motives.

 

We must display determination, endurance, firmness and unanimity. We must stop at nothing. Everybody and everything must be used to save the rule of the workers and peasants, to save communism.

 

Human child birth is an act which transforms the woman into an almost lifeless, bloodstained heap of flesh, tortured, tormented and driven frantic by pain.

 

It is the duty of the revolution to put an end to compromise, and to put an end to compromise means taking the path of socialist revolution.

 

It is, of course, much easier to shout, abuse, and howl than to attempt to relate, to explain.

 

Abolition of the police, the army and the bureaucracy. The salaries of all officials, all of whom are elective and displaceable at any time, not to exceed the average wage of a competent worker.

 

Our Socialist-Revolutionaries and Mensheviks themselves share, and instill into the minds of the people, the false notion that universal suffrage “in the present-day state” is really capable of revealing the will of the majority of the working people and of securing its realization.

 

We Social-Democrats always stand for democracy, not “in the name of capitalism, ” but in the name of clearing the path for our movement, which clearing is impossible without the development of capitalism.

 

Socialists must explain to the masses that they have no other road of salvation except the revolutionary overthrow of “their” governments, and that advantage must be taken of these governments’ embarrassments in the present war precisely for this purpose.

 

Convert the imperialist war into civil war.

 

We fully regard civil wars, i.e., wars waged by the oppressed class against the oppressing class, slaves against slave-owners, serfs against land-owners, and wage-workers against the bourgeoisie, as legitimate, progressive and necessary.

 

War cannot be abolished unless classes are abolished and Socialism is created.

 

Human knowledge is not (or does not follow) a straight line, but a curve, which endlessly approximates a series of circles, a spiral. Any fragment, segment, section of this curve can be transformed (transformed one-sidedly) into an independent, complete, straight line, which then (if one does not see the wood for the trees) leads into the quagmire, into clerical obscurantism.

Capital, created by the labor of the worker, crushes the worker, ruining small proprietors and creating an army of unemployed.

 

All official and liberal science defends wage-slavery, whereas Marxism has declared relentless war on that slavery.

 

The art of any propagandist and agitator consists in his ability to find the best means of influencing any given audience, by presenting a definite truth, in such a way as to make it most convincing, most easy to digest, most graphic, and most strongly impressive.

 

Social-Democracy, however, wants, on the contrary, to develop the class struggle of the proletariat to the point where the latter will take the leading part in the popular Russian revolution, i.e., will lead this revolution to a the democratic-dictatorship of the proletariat and the peasantry.

 

Are we to build the Party on the basis of that already formed and welded core of Social-Democrats which brought about the Party Congress, for instance, and which should enlarge and multiply Party organizations of all kinds; or are we to content ourselves with the soothing phrase that all who help are Party members?

 

This struggle must be organized, according to “all the rules of the art”, by people who are professionally engaged in revolutionary activity. The fact that the masses are spontaneously being drawn into the movement does not make the organization of this struggle less necessary. On the contrary, it makes it more necessary.

 

The progressive historical role of capitalism may be summed up in two brief propositions: increase in the productive forces of social labour, and the socialisation of that labour. But both these facts manifest themselves in extremely diverse processes in different branches of the national economy.