Truth about lies

Karl Rove's "reality" is responsible for turning Virginia red, it had absolutely nothing to do with Joe Biden, and if you want to understand that, think back to how John Kerry was swiftboated. Was that really his fault? Does any one man control ignorance and propaganda? According to Karl Rove, who has wasted his entire life polluting the air for a living, the current challenge is to make republicans sound like democrats but act like republicans. In the era of Donald Trump, that's a fine balancing trick, isn't it?

The democrats do not have a "messaging" problem, as the media keeps reminding you. It's an awakening problem. We don't need less woke, we need more woke, as in more awokeness -and that means awareness. Republicans ridicule "woke" because they fear awareness.

Don't be so gullible. If democrats have a messaging problem, then why are republicans working so hard in effort to sound like a democrat? Here's an idea. When republicans begin to sound like democrats, in today's environment, they should switch parties, they should stop trying to convince you they are just like us. Colin Powell said, "I can no longer call myself a republican. Trump is a national disgrace and an international pariah." That's the reality Karl Rove is trying to dodge with his bullshit and the rhetoric of every republican who is currently trying to sound like a democrat.

Anybody can read a script.

Put yourself in Karl Rove's shoes and you will clearly understand what is going on. He said, "We're an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality. And while you're studying that reality - judiciously, as you will - we'll act again, creating other new realities, which you can study too, and that's how things will sort out. We're history's actors ... and you, all of you, will be left to just study what we do."

Get it? Don't study what they do. Predict the tactics they never fail to deploy and hold them accountable when they are extra-judicial.

How did they manage to flip Virginia?

The answer is not always in the numbers, it is frequently in the people who manipulate the process.

Scott Konopasek says he noticed it this summer: more people than usual were on hand to observe planned maintenance on voting machines and other equipment, a routine and not exactly riveting process that usually flew under the radar in years past -and that was probably a good thing because machines are more independent when there is less interest in "the process".

"It's good that people are interested in understanding the process," says Konopacek, head of elections in Virginia's Fairfax County. "What's disconcerting is the unspoken motive for being there is that we can't be trusted and there's got to be a problem and they're going to find it."

What was even more disconcerting is that Youngkin, McAuliffe's challenger, questioned the "independence" of voting machines, months before the election. Why did Youngkin call for an "audit" of voting machines?

Konopasek has been working as an election official for 27 years, overseeing voting in seven presidential elections in three states - Washington state, California, and Utah - before coming to Virginia earlier this year to lead the elections office in Fairfax County, the commonwealth's largest jurisdiction.

Perception is not reality. Reality is that machines are independent because they are not tampered with, and under the circumstances, it is very difficult to think they were not.

Gretchen Reinemeyer, the director of elections in Arlington County, similarly noticed more engagement around election integrity issues, and we know what that means, don't we?

We do not question the independence of any machine but people are proving to be much less reliable, in that regard and intense interest in learning about the process infers a strong interest in manipulating the election result, isn't that right?

Moreover, the death threats that are causing election officials to resign because they fear for their lives, reflects the over-all context of a malignant environment where constant voter intimidation is confirming the obvious; republicans cannot win unless they cheat and anybody who thinks otherwise is delusional.

Imagine how ridiculous and dishonest it is to suggest 'defund the police' and 'wokeness' is to blame for Terry McAuliffe's defeat in Virginia.

Thanks to Fox News, even James Carville believes that now, but here's the simple truth:

If republicans want to keep getting away with stealing elections, they need better explanations to be able to conceal their malignant schemes.

"Learning agility is our ability to learn, adapt, unlearn, and relearn to keep up with constantly changing conditions"(Korsten, 2020). The only ability that today's republican party demonstrates is to misinform, and that has everything to do with propaganda, not education. To be very clear, as a teacher, it is my job to educate, no parent or leader has the ability or the authority to interfere with that and anybody who tries invariably fails.

By definition, a cult like the current republican party seeks to brainwash, it does not educate and the bogus claim that Virginians were motivated by republican concerns about education is stupendously absurd.

I firmly believe that if all the votes in Virginia were counted, the democrats would have won because if the result was legitimate, one would be able to explain the result in a credible manner, and as long as that is not possible, it is more than likely that republicans once again stole what they cannot legitimately win.

Those who are currently manufacturing an alternative universe to explain away the decision of the voters are simply delusional.

Needless to say, as long as all the unindicted criminals who do nothing but scheme to suppress the vote are not in prison where they belong, it would be silly to suggest the election result in Virginia is bogus, but that is clearly not the case.

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