Richard Craver

Thoughts, Musings And The Occasional Rant

Stick A Fork In It, It’s Done

Written By: richardwcraver - Jan• 07•21

The United States has ceased to exist. It’s done, gone; go ahead, wipe and flush.

Yesterday the United States Senate voted 92-7 to accept the fraudulent election results. How can I say that with such certainty? Quite easily actually, in ANY election where there are more votes, to the tune over one-quarter to half a million additional votes, than registered voters, fraud has taken place. The only honest way a Senator can vote on certification is Nay; any other vote is treasonous. But voting to accept the election is what our Senators did, including the two dirt bags from my state of NC.

My senator (non-capitalization intentional) Richard Burr chose to vote with the traitors. I’m not really surprised; a few years ago he co-authored legislation with Diane Feinstein to force tech companies to design encryption such that our phones, computers and digital communications could be monitored, with a warrant of course. If you believe that will not be abused you are either naive or in on the program. This is contrary to our 4th Ammendment right to unlawful search and seizure and our 5th Ammendment right against self incrimination. With the corruption of the FISA court we already know that warrants can be obtained for virtually any reason under a shroud of secrecy. The Burr/Feinstein bill would allow government on local, state or federal level to survey citizens communications without them being aware.

I was a supporter of Richard Burr when he first ran for Congress in the 1992 mid-term election, the beginnings of the Tea Party movement when Republicans led by Newt Gingrich ran on the Contract With America where-in they set a list of goals and objectives that they would implement or bring to the House floor for a vote within the first 100 days of being sworn in. They won in a landslide and implemented a sweeping agenda to reduce waste, reduce taxes onerous rules and laws, they streamlined the House procedures and affected much positive change.

Richard Burr was one of those freshman House members that stayed too long and became as corrupt as the establishment he replaced. The last two times he came up for re-election I had to pinch my nose from the stench and vote for him over a far worse candidate. Thankfully he is not seeking re-election after his current term. Take you cushy congressional pension and retire already!

My other senator, Tom Tillis, has been a milk toast ‘moderate’ at best; but a far better choice than his latest challenger Cal Cunningham.

Once the election process is corrupted as we saw, and all the guardians turn a blind eye; what really is left? The evidence was overwhelmingly obvious but the states, congress and courts would do nothing. All summer we saw cities destroyed, burned and looted by ‘mostly peaceful protestors’ and now actual mostly peaceful protestors were condemned as rioters and mobs.

The words of the prophet Isaiah writing of Israel thousands of years ago come to mind.

Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness, who put bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter. – Isaiah 5:20

That is where we now find the United States; the family has been destroyed, marriage has been convoluted, government has been thoroughly corrupted, godliness is mocked. Dark days are upon us.

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