Failure of the anti-Trump coalition is inevitable

On November 7, Biden self-declared himself elected; Trump said that the election was far from over and that “in the most contested states, where mandatory recounts are being conducted, or where my campaign is bringing valid legal challenges, these will be the deciding factors in who is ultimately the winner”.

Indeed, the scale of Democratic Party fraud is arguably the largest in U.S. history. On election night, Trump was in the lead in several swing states, pushing Biden by a few percentage points; but then something bizarre happened, first stopping the vote count, then a whole bunch of Biden votes flowing in, resulting in a defeat when he would have been winning.

Here’s just one example. At 4:30 a.m. local time in Wisconsin, a total of 94 percent of the votes had been counted, and Trump was ahead by nearly 110,000. But from 4:30 to 4:44, just 14 minutes later, Biden suddenly added 130,000 votes to overtake Trump. Bizarrely, at 4:44, it shows that 95% of the ballots have been counted. In other words, 130,000 votes represent only 1% of the state’s registered voters, that’s more than 13 million registered voters in the state conservatively speaking, and less than 3.2 million actual registered voters officially. That’s jaw-dropping.

But the election fraud goes far beyond that, as the U.S. election system has “systematically collapsed” in some states. Here’s an example: nearly 650,000 suspicious voters have popped up in Michigan. This year, the number of registered voters in Michigan was 8,127,040; and according to the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Census Bureau data on Michigan’s population, the state’s legal voting population should be 7,479,025. In other words, there are 648,015 more registered voters in the state than there are legal voters, and 108.66% more registered voters than there are legal voters.

As can be seen from the scale of the fraud, the anti-Trump forces have unprecedentedly assembled for a one-stop operation. The anti-Trump forces include several states controlled by the Democratic Party (the U.S. states are very powerful and can check federal power), several federal government departments, most of the mainstream media and the three major social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Youtube), Antifa and many other leftist organizations, socialist organizations, and the Chinese Communist Party forces, among others.

In many ways, the anti-Trump act has breached legal and moral boundaries. For example, just in terms of the media, before the vote, the “computer-gate” incident involving Biden was shocking, but they did not report it, social media platforms severely delete posts, even Trump’s tweets are blocked; after the vote, fraud exposure, Trump’s first public speech after Election Day (the night of November 5), surprisingly, by the three major U.S. media. ABC, CBS, and MSNBC quickly cut off.

The anti-Trump forces, thus, are fighting a smokeless election war.

This begs the question: why is Trump so hated by the Democrats and some forces that they have to do whatever it takes to get him out of office and not get re-elected?

In fact, the miraculous election of political vegetarian Donald Trump as president in 2016 ushered in a new era in American history. Dr. Gorka, Trump’s former deputy presidential assistant, explained it this way: since 1776, Americans have never elected as president someone who was neither a general nor a politician. From Washington to Obama, everyone has been a senator, congressman, governor, or a general like Eisenhower. Americans have sent a very interesting message to the world, and we say, “Well, we’ve had enough of that schmuck. We want an outsider who has nothing to do with the Washington mud.”

And one of the main slogans of the 2016 Trump campaign was “Drain the swamp,” and made the common phrase popular. (The phrase first originated during a time when malaria was spreading on a large scale in Europe and the United States.) The swamp environment is a breeding ground for mosquitoes, which are the main vector for the spread of the malaria virus. In order to control the spread of malaria, it was once suggested that catching and killing mosquitoes was not enough, and that swamps should be drained so that the source of malaria infection could be eliminated at all.)

More than three years into his administration, Trump has sincerely and diligently fulfilled his campaign promises and substantially made difficult political changes, all of which are evident to all. To “drain the swamp”, one term is not enough. On October 27, this year, Chuan Pao delivered a speech in the White House to the American people, said he is draining the swamp, although the swamp is dirty and deeper than people imagine. Draining the swamp isn’t done yet, but it’s nearing the end. As a result, Trump said that the 2020 election is the most important election in history and the most important election in people’s lifetimes. People are encouraged to get out of their homes, go to the voting booths, vote early, and vote in person (he foresees fraud in this year’s election).

Trump “drained the swamp” and was naturally met with a backlash from the anti-Trump forces. It was a political duel, extremely violent. The most prominent example is the Trump impeachment, which ended in farce (initiated on September 24, 2019, and the Federal Senate found Trump not guilty on February 5, 2020).

As for the usual constraints in the administration, they are everywhere; not only from the Democrats, but also from the establishment wing of the Republican Party. Trump repeatedly mentioned the confrontation of “deep state”. The so-called “deep state”, generally speaking, refers to the non-elected, by government bureaucrats, civil servants, military-industrial complex, financial industry, consortium, intelligence agencies, in order to protect their vested interests, behind the scenes the real and actual control of the country’s group. The “draining of the swamp”, as Kawakubo wants to do, is to move their cheese.

“In September 2018, the New York Times published an unprecedented commentary by a senior White House official who called himself “Anonymous” (generally speaking, the use of “deep government” to combat Trump, here is an example. The “Anonymous” viewpoint, which affects the credibility of the media, strongly criticized Trump as unfit to be president and has divided the country. “Anonymous” reveals that there are many officials in the Trump administration who, like him, are trying to resist Trump’s policies. “A year later, Anonymous continued to operate under a covert identity and published a book called A Warning. The book contains details of criticism of the president from within the administration, claiming that members of Trump’s team have considered deliberate sabotage in order to prompt his resignation. Many other government officials have already prepared resignation letters and are ready to leave. It was never found out who “Anonymous” was. The “October Surprise”, CNN political commentator and former Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen’s chief of staff, Miles Taylor, issued a statement that he is the “Anonymous”.

The anti-Trump forces, including the “deep government”, are determined to prevent his re-election, and work together, so the scale of fraud in this election to reach today’s degree, the energy it shows is really huge. (Even, on November 1, “Distributed news” news network published an article, citing a former senior intelligence officer, Lieutenant General Lt. Gen. Tom McInerney, said that the Democratic Party and CIA colluded, using hidden procedures to manipulate the vote.

Thus, we can imagine the difficulty of the Trump administration over the past three years or so. Nonetheless, Trump has come through and achieved enough to put him in the ranks of America’s greatest presidents. This makes us admire him, but also have to re-evaluate his political leadership, and we have to wonder if he is really the “chosen one”.

And, in the general election, the Republican Party did not spread any scandal. When the two parties are compared, isn’t it clear what is right and what is wrong?

This year’s election, is a historic election to determine the future direction of the United States, ChuanPu said it was a choice between the “American dream” and socialism. This can also be called a civil war of American ideology, as the commentator Tao Jie said, “a violent conflict not seen in the history of the United States since the Civil War.”

So, how will the 2020 election end?

This article expresses cautious optimism about Trump. Because the United States is, after all, a country governed by the rule of law, Trump has strong public support, and the Democratic Party’s fraud is intolerable to any conscientious person.

What’s more, the United States is the most religious country in the West, and the power of faith cannot be underestimated. The support that Trump has received from this area is of special significance.

On November 4, Carlo Maria Viganò, former Vatican ambassador to the United States and titular archbishop of the district of Ulpana, issued a third open letter saying that Trump is the greatest president ever and that all the good people of the world should pray for him to defeat the enemies of God. The letter also reminded Trump, “You prayed to the King of Kings to redeem your country and you will be rewarded. Your testimony will touch his heart and the gifts from heaven will be multiplied as never before.”

And for leading America back to its traditional values, Trump naturally remembered the phrase printed on the American bill: “IN GOD WE TRUST (we believe in God).”