We Will Overcome the Fraud in the Midterms – Here’s Why
I don’t know about you, but I go back and forth in my head trying to predict whether the fraud in our upcoming midterm elections will be enough to steal it. Notice, I’m not trying to decide if there will be fraud, but simply if it will be significant enough to corrupt a Red Wave election cycle.
In my mind, this is exactly what happened in the 2020 election, and thinking If they did it once, they will surely do it again is what tempts me to be pessimistic. However, 2022 is very different from 2020 and it just may give Republicans the edge we need to take back our government – fraud or no fraud.
Voter enthusiasm should not be confused with predicting how many people will vote Democrat, Republican, etc. Voter Enthusiasm is a measure of the percentage of those Republicans who want to vote Republican who will actually get out of their chair and do it. This percentage is never 100% and the more motivated the base is, the higher the percentage who will actually vote. Voter enthusiasm can only be accurately measured beforehand if you trust the polls. I don’t. These days, polling data is corrupted, filtered, and manipulated to influence public opinion rather than just report on it. Having said that, you don’t necessarily need hard data to get a feel for enthusiasm. By definition, voter enthusiasm is visible. Attendance at rallies, new party registrations, special elections, and even something as subjective as monitoring pop culture and social media can lend insight into voter enthusiasm. So, I’ve made my own assessment of what I believe the voter enthusiasm will be for the Democrats, Independents, and Republicans. It is also somewhat comforting to know that many of the political analysts I respect share my opinion on this…
Democrat Enthusiasm Is Low
Until a Supreme Court clerk (we assume) prematurely leaked the SCOTUS decision overturning Roe vs Wade, Democrat voters had absolutely nothing to be excited about and nothing to be mad at (or, afraid of). The premature leak did give the Democrats enough lead time to build some enthusiasm around the abortion issue and some RINO Republicans are doing their best to hand the Democrats this issue on a silver platter (we’re looking at you, Lindsay Graham). Even so, almost every issue poll shows that abortion doesn’t usually break the Top 5 in issues important to voters (and never the Top 3). A much smaller percentage than usual of the Democrat base will actually vote in this election because Democrat Enthusiasm is low.
Independent Enthusiasm is Moderately High
The Democrats did the one thing they absolutely could not afford to do – they went after our children. Kids don’t vote, but mothers do. Boys in girls’ sports and bathrooms, drag queens and pornography in school libraries, and children being taught to lie to their parents about transgenderism all enrage and enthuse who I call The Mad Mothers of America. Some polling is suggesting that 7 out of 10 suburban women will vote Republican – if this is even close to true, the Democrats stand no chance.
Republican Enthusiasm is High
I’m not going to spend a lot of time on this. I’m assuming you are as enraged as I am about what is happening to our country. Please understand that about 77 million of your friends feel the same way.
So How Does This Help Us Overcome the Fraud?
Think for a moment about all the people across the country who participated in the 2020 election fraud. From the poll captains who refused to let observers within 6 feet of ballots, to workers who covered windows with cardboard, to the postman that dumps a bunch of mail-in ballots he just picked up in a Republican neighborhood. These people aren’t all following the orders of a single person or organization. The culture they were surrounded with gave them permission to cheat – their peers (and the media) kept telling them the future of democracy was literally at stake. Many ballot harvesters did it to get paid, but many did it because they thought they were saving their country. Many of the election workers who scanned the same ballots over and over thought they were being heroes. Everyone knew there could be legal consequences, but when no one is watching they felt they could get away with it – and a little danger just added to the sense of brave heroism…
But in this upcoming election, everyone is going to be watching… and the fraudsters know it. This time around, the risk-benefit trade-off doesn’t feel the same. The Globalist national leaders aren’t pounding the crisis drums quite as hard because they are confident that even if the Republicans win, everything will go back to Business As Usual (after all, that’s the way it always works). Some of the fraudsters will go ahead and commit their election fraud, but a percentage will make the calculation that it isn’t worth it. We should call this Fraudster Enthusiasm.
We need to look at Fraudster Enthusiasm the same way we look at Voter Enthusiasm.
Fraudster Enthusiasm is Medium
If I am reading the tea leaves correctly, America first patriots have an unprecedented opportunity to overwhelm the levels of fraud, hugely outperform the Democrats in voter turnout, and take back both Houses of Congress with significant majorities.
We need to turn out and vote in record numbers but realize that winning back Congress is only the first battle in a series of battles that will need to be fought to regain our country. PRC, the political organization I am involved with, is dedicated to this endeavor. We will hold Republican politicians’ feet to the fire and make clear that the American people will not abide Business As Usual.
As always, our Friday editions include a joke and a recipe - have a great weekend!
STUPID JOKE of the WEEK
Went to the doctor with a suspicious-looking mole. He said they all look that way, and I should have left him in the garden.
Want something different? You’ve gotta try this! If you have trouble sourcing the ingredients, go HERE to have them delivered (Unfortunately, I make no commission on this recommendation… sigh…)
RECIPE: Chicken Fricassée (French creamy chicken stew)
Prep time: 20 minutes
Cook time: 1 hour
This recipe comes from my sister. Consuelo and I made it yesterday - it was heaven…
4 chicken drumsticks, skin-on, and bone-in
4 chicken thighs, skin-on, and bone-in
1 tsp salt (cooking / kosher salt)
1/2 tsp black pepper
4 tbsp unsalted butter
10oz white mushrooms, halved if small, or cut in 4 to 6 if large
2 medium brown onions, sliced (1/2in) wide
2 garlic cloves, finely minced
1 bay leaf, fresh (can sub w/ dried)
3 thyme sprigs (or 1/2 tsp dried thyme)
3 tbsp flour , plain / all-purpose
1/2 cup white wine, preferably Chardonnay
3 cups chicken stock, low sodium (preferably homemade!)
1/4 tsp salt (cooking / kosher salt)
1/4 tsp black pepper
2 tbsp parsley, chopped
2/3 cup thickened/heavy cream
Season chicken: Pat chicken dry with paper towels then sprinkle with salt and pepper.
Brown thighs: Melt butter over medium-high heat in a large skillet or heavy-based pot with a lid. Add chicken thighs, skin side down, and cook for 4 to 5 minutes until golden brown. Turn and cook the other side for 1 minute then remove to a plate.
Brown drumsticks: Then brown the drumsticks, as best you can. I do 3 sides, about 2 minutes each. Then remove from skillet.
Sauté mushrooms and onion: Add mushrooms, onion, bay leaf, and thyme. Cook for 5 minutes until mushroom is lightly golden – they won't go deep golden brown.
Garlic and flour: Add garlic and stir for 30 seconds. Add flour and cook for 1 minute.
Wine and chicken stock: Add wine and chicken stock. Stir, scraping the base of the pot to dissolve the brown residue stuck to the pan ("fond") into the sauce.
Return chicken to sauce: Return chicken back into the sauce with the skin side up.
Simmer covered for 10 minutes: Once it comes to a simmer, adjust the heat so it's bubbling constantly but not rapidly (see video) – medium-low on my stove. Cover with a lid and simmer for 10 minutes.
Uncover for 20 minutes: Remove the lid and let it simmer for a further 20 minutes. The chicken will be cooked – to an internal temperature of 75°C/167°F or slightly higher.
Creamy sauce: Remove chicken to a plate. Add cream and stir. Once it comes up to a simmer, taste the sauce (I know, big ask!), and add more salt if desired.
Serve! Return the chicken into the sauce and then remove from the stove. Sprinkle with parsley and serve! Traditionally served over mashed potato or rice. Also ideal with short pasta like penne, ziti, or macaroni.
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