Some of the following video is from A.D. 2010. It implies that many, most, perhaps all, American elections have been significantly “rigged” for at least the last three election cycles. It’s virtually certain that this year’s elections will also be rigged–at least, in part.
It’s worse than we’d imagined. In this video we see evidence that explains how the “elite” and the “establishment” have gained and retained political power. They rig the elections. We see evidence in this video that suggests why 3rd party and independent candidates almost always do poorly. They’re not part of the “establishment” that rigs elections. This video explains why almost the whole damned government seems to act in concert against the State and federal Constitutions and Americans’ rights and liberties. Apparently, thanks to vote rigging, only establishment candidates are electable.
Except for Trump. Once you understand the establishment’s reliance on vote rigging, you can understand why Democrat and even Republican “establishment” politicians have reacted so fiercely against Trump’s candidacy.
When you stop to think about it, if there is an “establishment” or “shadow government” that’s taken control of the U.S. government, isn’t it obvious that their first step would be to rig elections to insure their elections and reelections?
One solution: Force legislators to pass laws that mandate that anyone who participates in election rigging/fraud be tried for treason. If found guilty, hang ’em. No exceptions, no excuses, no crap. Hang ’em.
One implication: Any incumbent politician who’s won election two or more times is almost certainly a member of the “establishment” that’s bent on treason. Any politician.
Another implication: If the “establishment” has rigged the general elections, they have nevertheless failed to rig the presidential primary elections. Thus, Trump–perhaps the only non-establishment candidate advanced by either major political party in this year’s primary election–won the Republican nomination for President. Oooo. What a blow . . . what a frightening blow . . . to the “establishment”.