If the game is rigged you don’t play. You flip the table.
January 6, 2020
[This was during a call last night. The entire point of the call was to discuss yesterday’s activities in the U.S. Capital building. She also quoted John F. Kennedy as being particularly relevant in the current context.
After the people made it inside the capital I didn’t expect them to leave without reducing this country’s’ population of communists in positions of power by a significant number. That certainly would have made the voting on the certain issues a lot more “interesting” in the next few days.
Day before yesterday Mike B. sent me this link and asked me for predictions about what would happen at the capital. Here was my response:
- Something less complicated than his worst case scenario through the maze of dark and twisty legal passages.
- Something more complicated than nearly all other presidential elections.
- Perhaps not tomorrow, but by January 20 Biden looks like the winner.
- The history books will make a special note of this election.
All vague and mostly difficult to falsify but I, and pretty much everyone else, certainly missed the noteworthy directional twist events took.
We live in interesting times.—Joe]