How blaming Trump’s “election” on the Russians could force Hillary on us after all—and end US democracy for good…

This Russia-did-it propaganda sets the stage for overturning Trump’s election (or “election”) WITHOUT any real investigation of the vote.

Thus “Putin” will become the villain of the piece, taking all the blame for the bipartisan corruption of the US voting system—all the blame for any fraud committed in the general election (and, by implication, all the fraud committed in the Democratic primaries).

So we may end up having civil war at home, and a very hot new Cold War with Russia, AND get to keep “our” rotten voting system: a lose-lose if there ever was one….

Russian Interference Could Give Courts Legal Authority To Install Clinton

By Alex Mohajer

A 1995 federal court ruling out of Pennsylvania may offer some clues to Clinton supporters as to possible legal authority for removing an elected official from office and replacing them with their erstwhile opponent.

In light of late-breaking reports Friday evening that Russians interfered with the 2016 presidential election to assist Donald Trump’s victory, Clinton supporters are furiously in pursuit of remedies.

At 10:45 p.m. Friday evening, the Washington Post broke an explosive story alleging that Russians had interfered with the 2016 presidential election in order to assist Donald Trump in a victory over democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. The story reveals that a CIA assessment detailing this conclusion had been presented to President Obama and top congressional leaders last week.

The development has Clinton supporters and other concerned Americans confused and hot in pursuit of potential remedies. No clear constitutional remedy exists to halt the certification of the outcome. Article II of the U.S. Constitution vests Congress with the power to determine the date by which the Electoral College will cast their votes, presently set for December 19. In recent weeks, a massive online movement asking members of the Electoral College to become “faithless” or “conscientious” electors and to vote for Clinton instead of Trump has garnered national attention.

The electors would be well within their constitutional authority to do so, say groups like Hamilton’s Electors, which claims that the purpose of the Electoral College is to prevent demagogues like Mr. Trump from assuming the nation’s highest office. A petition urging the Electoral College to make Hillary Clinton president has gained nearly 5 million signatures.

Proponents of this strategy are concerned, with good reason, about the likelihood it will succeed. With Donald Trump having won 306 Electoral College votes, 37 Republican electors would need to switch their votes to Clinton, a tall order, and in the event that no one candidate has 270 electoral votes, the decision would go to the Republican-controlled House of Representatives.



1 reply on “How blaming Trump’s “election” on the Russians could force Hillary on us after all—and end US democracy for good…”

There is no Russian Bogeyman, of course. But the government feels the need to create one. In May-June, the House passed HR 5181, the Counter Disinformation Propaganda Act. Since then, we’ve heard whispers about the Russians “possibly” hacking elections. Then there was the media blowup of Fake News. Last Thursday, the Senate passed HR 6393, the Countering Information Warfare Act of 2016, tucked into the latest version of the NDAA for Obama to sneakily sign on another New Year’s Eve when no one is paying attention. This Act “retrains” journalists, gives the government the legal ability to shut down websites and any other media it deems “propaganda.” The Act permits the government to use propaganda on the American public itself. Now Republicans are calling for an investigation into the alleged Russian influence. This has all been a months-long ploy to get these laws passed to legitimize governmental control of information.

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