Conceding Defeat. The Democrats Game Plan

Hilary Clinton stated the other day that Joe Biden should not concede defeat on election night no matter how bad things look. Why? Is she implying that the Democrat Party has a plan in place to change the results of the election like they tried but failed to do after her defeat in 2016? Is she saying they just need time to put in the fix? Are they planning to get Blue-State electors to count all mail-in ballots for Joe Biden and throw out any for Donald Trump?

What is amazing is how this woman’s tortured mental condition has led her to make a statement that suggests she believes Biden is going to lose. Does she think that because she still believes she won in 2016 and should be the Democrat’s nominee this year?

She may also fear Biden will lose because unlike so many Americans she knows Joe. She knows him to be a political hack who changes his views to maintain his personal place in the political firmament. “Fracking. I’ll put an end to it. Fracking. I never said …”No one ever accused Joe of going down with a ship to preserve a principle.

Some will argue Hilary is saying this because she fears the Republicans have plans to cheat. But, of course, such a claim needs to be backed with evidence that will stand up to an impartial investigation.

The Democrat Party’s investigation headed by Robert Mueller was unable to prove any wrong-doing by the Republicans in 2016. So on what basis can they suggest dishonesty in 2020? It turns out they have good reason. The mainstream media’s four-year anti-Trump campaign has convinced many Americans that the Russians swayed the results and Trump participated. If people believe that they’ll believe anything the mainstream media––CNN, MSNBC, the Washington Post and New York Times––tells them.

Watch out America. Your democracy is under siege and the Democrats with the help of the media will do anything they can get away with to regain power.

Who will be making decisions if Joe Biden becomes President?

If Joe Biden wins the presidency in November, the question we’ll be asking for the next four years is who is making the decisions? It’s no secret that Biden is dealing with diminished mental capacity. That’s nothing to be ashamed of. It happens to the best of us as we age. The question, however, that must be answered before you vote for Biden is who actually will be making the decisions if and when Biden’s ability to do so declines?

Some argue the vice-president will be in charge. After all, she—he’s announced he will pick a female of color––will take over if Biden’s issues become so severe that he can be persuaded to resign or if he dies while in office. Yet there are other contenders––unknown and unnamed people who are advising Biden today and who might be added to his team if he wins the election.

As a result, the public may not known who has made a key decision about a major issue, or who is really in charge, but the bigger issue is whether the Biden team will be able to make decisions in a timely fashion in a crisis?

Most likely there will be a battle among a variety of players including Biden’s wife and family, the vice president, and his advisors. As these players battle it over who is making the decisions, they might become parallelized if and when access to Biden becomes restricted due to his health issues. Will the players be able to act without his signature? That represents a potentially dangerous situation––particularly when it comes to dealing with foreign leaders.

Some plan to vote for Biden because they dislike Donald Trump. Such voters should know that they may be creating major problems for the country should a mentally disabled man become president. Is that a price that’s worth paying to get rid of a man whose list of accomplishments is long and praise worthy?