A Reason For Concern (Part One)
The Way I See It:
I do believe that this 2020 Election was fraught with massive Leftist fraud. I'm suspect as to whether the fraud can or will be proven to have existed, before the time for gathering evidence and revealing it to a panel of unbiased justices has run out. That being said, a more contentious scenario haunts my mind. What if the election fraud cannot be proven, and the results of this election are deemed accurate? A worse scenario yet, what if in fact there was no fraud at all? In my mind that should shake every American patriot, voter, and citizen to the core, because that last scenario would have dire consequences, consequences we should have seen looming large on America's horizon, but wasn't detected.
After writing several posts, papers, letters and articles regarding the 4 decades of indoctrinating Socialist ideology within America's education system, I'm left to state without reservation, the mind numbing, brain washing of the Leftist curriculum within academia has, with this election proved successful beyond the Socialist's imagination. It has and will take America and the majority of Americans completely by surprise. We may well be witnessing a paradigm shift of historical proportions. We may become victims of our own belief in a distraction called the “Normalcy Bias”. The Normalcy Bias that I and many others have written about, hinted warnings about numerous times, has finally blinded our nation's people with a deeply flawed false sense of security. That of course is the essence of “normalcy bias”, the sub/unconscious assumption that everything will "normalize" no matter the situation, because the "normal" has always returned in America's past history. It pains me to say that this time "normalcy" may not return for a long time, maybe never.
The very fact that possibly in excess of 75 million American voters actually voted to remove a system of government that has been extremely successful for well over 240 years is of great concern, very disappointing and troublesome to my heart. A tremor runs through my body with just the thought of it.
J. Francis Roth