The American government usually has a lot to say whenever some banana republic s-hole country holds a shoddy election. We’ve forced countries to hold do-over elections when they had less fraud than we’ve seen in states like Oregon and Rhode Island. That set me to wondering: What are other countries saying about America’s 2020 banana republic s-hole election?
Sure, a lot of globalist leaders of foreign countries are happy about the election; they know Joe Biden and they know they’re going to get rich at the expense of the American taxpayers if Biden ends up in the White House. But what are the people in other countries saying?
You’ll never see it in US media, but it turns out there was a massive “Stop the Steal” rally the other day… in Osaka, Japan. Thousands of Japanese citizens marched in Osaka chanting, “God Bless Trump” and carrying Stop the Steal signs. If YouTube hasn’t taken the videos down yet, it’s well worth a couple of minutes of your day to watch it. It’s uplifting to see.
Here’s another interesting thing to ponder: There were a number of foreign flags flying in the sea of peaceful protesters who marched on the US Capitol this week. There were flags from India, Vietnam and South Korea at the protests. It appears that people who have relatives that live in countries in close proximity to Communist China are not particularly thrilled at the idea of Beijing Biden occupying the White House illegitimately.
Here’s a fun quote from overseas:
“The electoral system in the US is archaic and does not meet modern democratic standards, creating opportunities for numerous violations, and American media has become an instrument of political struggle.”
That’s according to Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Maria Zakharova (sort of like Russia’s equivalent of the US Secretary of State). She’s not wrong. There’s a reason why more than two-thirds of the developed countries in the world have imposed a total ban on mail-in voting.
Konstantin Kosachyov, a politician who sits on the Russian government’s foreign affairs committee, had this to say this week:
“The losing side has more than enough grounds to accuse the winner of falsehoods – it is clear that American democracy is limping on both feet. I say this without a shadow of gloating. America no longer charts a course and therefore has lost all rights to set it – even more so to impose it on others.”
Ouch. No matter how you may feel about Russia or Russian politicians, is he wrong? I don’t think so.
As for President Trump, it saddens me to have to say this, but we’ve seen how this plays out in countless banana republic s-hole countries before. It may be time for him to seriously think about a contingency plan for getting himself and his family out of the country. His enemies are going to kill him. It’s better to be a living leader of a movement in exile than to stay and watch his sons and daughters hanged by the communists that seem poised to sweep into power.
Nancy Pelosi announced today that she had a meeting with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs to discuss preventative measures to keep Donald Trump away from the nuclear codes. As if the president who has brought America the longest stretch of peacetime in the last century is going to suddenly nuke San Francisco. (Silver lining: It would be the first time since 1962 that San Francisco hasn’t smelled like pee.)
The House will vote to impeach Donald Trump next week. After the cowardly performance of the US Senate this week, is there any doubt that a majority will vote to remove him from office? My prediction is that the only six Senators who would vote against impeachment are the same six who objected to the fraudulent Electoral College vote count. And even their loyalty should be in doubt, now that Democrats are threatening to expel any and all Trump supporters from Congress.
Despite the craziness of the past week, and the fact that it appears that Donald Trump is now on the ropes, the Democrats are still not acting as if they believe they’ve won the election. Kamala Harris still, to this date, has not resigned her US Senate seat. What do you suppose she’s afraid of?