What if the recount in Maricopa County, currently ongoing and nearing completion, showed that Donald Trump won the 2020 presidential election in Arizona?
To be sure, the left will immediately deny the veracity of those results, but millions of people will agree to what they will accept as genuine proof of something they already seriously suspected.
Other “swing” states will no doubt follow Arizona’s lead and demand their own re-counts, if they haven’t already started. What if they get similar results?
This turn of events will be much more than that “game-changing” cliché. It will be “change the country.”
And all of this may have even happened without that Dominion allowed others to have the password to their machines. What if they had?
So what situation will we find ourselves in?
Most of us can try to ignore it and get on with our lives, but America is on the precipice.
If you think things are bad at this point in our history, if you think the relations between the two halves of our country are strained now, you just have to wait.
We can only hope that the situation will be resolved without an escalation of violence that we already see regularly in places like Portland, Seattle and Minneapolis, not to mention so many of our urban streets where gangs are shooting at each other, accidentally murdering three-year-olds in the process, and angry sociopaths randomly hitting pedestrians for their skin color or political beliefs, sometimes proudly videotaping the event while not paying attention to the police, who anyway it has practically disappeared.
How can an escalation of this already dire situation be avoided? Who or what will be in charge of deciding what we might have to face in our country so that some kind of calm prevails and there is a solution?
Normally, one would turn to the Department of Justice, but the track record of that crucial body of our government in recent years is nothing less than, well, horrible too. You don’t have to read the Horowitz report to understand it. Or even know how to spell Papadopoulos.
And the Supreme Court? Well, so far – perhaps out of fear that they will expand the court – they have been reluctant to scrutinize the elections even superficially.
The pillow man, Mike Lindell, believes the Supremes will be persuaded (unanimously) by the evidence he has gathered for his video. “Absolutely 9-0“But I wonder if they could be persuaded to act if the CEO of Dominion and the head of the Chinese Ministry of State Security simultaneously testified about a conspiracy.
As for our political class, some of them speak, but how many would be willing to do what they have to do if the situation evolves as it could? If past results are a sign, then not many.
And don’t get me started on the military that has become a complement to the Bennington College social justice club. (How Xi Jinping must be laughing).
However, the situation is evolving. Real Clear Investigations reported Tuesday on events in Georgia that are highly incriminating: voting ballots for Biden that appear photocopied.
Met the man who runs the investigation in Georgia, Garland’s Favorite VoterGA, when I was in Atlanta covering the campaign. He could be wrong – I’ve been before – but I was impressed by his uniqueness, a truly honest man, just the kind of person you want to do this… and he didn’t vote for Trump.
So what do we do if everything turns out as it could?
Some see violence as inevitable. I try not to. Several days a week, on my way to work out in the gym or play tennis, I pass a plaque marking the site of the Nashville battle. It is now a golf course, but this was where the Confederacy lost the western front to the Union, with some 6,000 total casualties for both sides, not to mention thousands of wounded, according to one report. And then there was Antietam and everything else.
Who would want that to be repeated?
So again, what do we do?
Maybe take a page from the playbook on the left and start marching. In all the places that I can and as much as I can. “The people united will never be defeated!”. The united people will never be defeated can be seen as another way of saying “We the people …”.
“We the People”. I like how it sounds. Make sure you have a good pair of shoes.
Roger L. Simon is an award-winning novelist, Oscar-nominated screenwriter, co-founder of PJMedia, and now editor of The Epoch Times. His most recent books are “The GOAT“(Fiction) and”I Know Best: How Moral Narcissism Is Destroying Our Republic, If It Hasn’t Already”(Non-fiction). He can be found on Parler as @rogerlsimon
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