What will Democrats do if Donald Trump wins in November? Will they accept his victory? Or will they resort to violence and spark a second bloody civil war?
In late July, the Boston Globe reported that a so-called “bipartisan” group came together to play out various scenarios to see what might happen.
“All of our scenarios ended in both street-level violence and political impasse,” Georgetown law professor Rosa Brooks said. Brooks, the Globe said, is a “former Defense Department official who co-organized the group known as the Transition Integrity Project.”
According to the report:
In multiple scenarios, officials on both sides homed in on narrowly decided swing states with divided governments, such Wisconsin, Michigan, and North Carolina, hoping to persuade officials there to essentially send two different results to Congress. If a state’s election is disputed, a legislature controlled by one party and governor of another each could send competing slates of electors backing their party’s candidate.
Both sides turned out massive street protests that Trump sought to control — in one scenario he invoked the Insurrection Act, which allows the president to use military forces to quell unrest. The scenario that began with a narrow Biden win ended with Trump refusing to leave the White House, burning government documents, and having to be escorted out by the Secret Service. (The team playing Biden in that scenario, meanwhile, sought to patch things up with Republicans by appointing moderate Republican governors, including Charlie Baker of Massachusetts, to Cabinet positions.)
The scenario that produced the most contentious dynamics, however, was the one in which Trump won the Electoral College — and thus, the election — but Biden won the popular vote by 5 percentage points. Biden’s team retracted his Election Night concession, fueled by Democrats angry at losing yet another election despite capturing the popular vote, as happened in 2000 and 2016. In the mock election, Trump sought to divide Democrats — at one point giving an interview to The Intercept, a left-leaning news outlet, saying Senator Bernie Sanders would have won if Democrats had nominated him. Meanwhile, Biden’s team sought to encourage large Western states to secede unless pro-Democracy reforms were made.
In short, Democrats would push for secession and civil war. Tim Pool addressed this “game” and the results:
We’ve been saying for some time that Democrats, along with their willing propagandists in the lying liberal media and the authoritarians running various big tech companies, are deliberately pushing Americans to the brink of a second bloody civil war.
The 2020 election is without question, the most important election in our lifetime so far. It’s not a stretch to say that the very existence of the Republic hangs in the balance.
H/T Whatfinger Video
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