The 2020 presidential election will present an interesting choice for voters in the middle (moderates and independents). They can vote for a far-left ideology or they can vote for Trump. For many, it will be choosing the lesser of two evils.

Some will no doubt cringe at the prospect of voting for the Orange Man Bad. Then again, the other choice might be even worse. They might find that voting for socialism, abolishing the police and tolerating violence in the streets just too unpalatable.

As the Democratic convention date of August 17th approaches, one thing is pretty clear, though. The Dems will move on from Uncle Joey at some point. Forget about what you might think about Biden, good or bad, and consider two things about him as a presidential candidate. He is going to be indicted by the Ukraine for corruption and he has been reduced to mumbling, which makes presidential debates problematic.  You can’t win in November with that kind of candidate.

The “Twin Towers” of the 2020 presidential election is this: mail-in ballots and violence in the streets, both before and after the election. The scenarios for what could happen between Election Day and Inauguration Day are all very dark. Of course, the likelihood of an actual election taking place on November 4th is decreasing by the day. Trump has already hinted at delaying the election but that might become irrelevant because of either war with China or a declaration of martial law. I guess you could just mail in our ballots anyway and call it a day.  For me, I’m going to go read the Constitution and see if I can figure out why so many Americans no longer support democracy.



I personally find most choices for president as a no-win situation since I consider our political system as a one-party system masquerading as a two-party system. However, if I was forced to vote, I can’t imagine ripping up the Constitution. So, in that event, you would just have to color me orange….and bad.


“I’m seeing what socialism’s like. It’s not only not free. It doesn’t freakin’ work.” – Chris Matthews, former MSNBC news commentator


In the run-up to the 2016 presidential election, the pollsters all agreed that Hillary was a sure thing. Then, a strange thing happened on the way to the Electoral College. The Orange Man won! Thus, Trump Derangement Syndrome was born. Why was this such a triggering event for so many? The underlying answer will certainly surprise you. It’s not about Democrats vs. Republicans. That’s just a kabuki dance that’s intended to be a theater for your mind.

Down through history, there has always been class warfare. The pharaohs, the Caesars and the kings have always tried to maintain control over the masses without being beheaded (Et tu Brute). So, one day the ruling class decided to institute something revolutionary – democracy. With the U.S. and French Revolutions, the world political landscape was dramatically changed overnight.  One thing remained unchanged, though. The ruling class still ruled, albeit from behind the scenes.  For example, the Queen of England does not rule the British Empire. The Queen is simply a figurehead and the real power is The Crown, which is a corporation controlled by certain elites.

That’s why nearly every U.S. president is descended from European/ English/Irish/Scottish royalty – even Obama and Trump.  So, why is the Orange Man bad, then?  Just like the mafia, family feuds break out from time to time and you get internecinal fighting.  The current civil war in America is, in reality, a fight between two “royal” families. On one side, you have the likes of the Bush/Clinton/Obama triumvirate.  On the other side, you have a group that likes to refer to themselves as the Gnostic Illuminati. Both sides like to trace their lineage back to the Sumerian kings, giving them what they believe is a divine right to rule.

From the perspective of the Bush/Clinton/Obama group, the Orange Man was not supposed to win.  He was not “one of them.” Therefore, the Orange Man is bad.  It’s, in effect, a euphemism for “our side didn’t win.” Their family feud is currently resulting in riots, among other things, which are intended to overthrow the current regime. Regardless of the outcome, class warfare will be the order of the day…and you can easily guess what class you will be in.


“The issue today is the same as it has been throughout all history, whether man shall be allowed to govern himself or be ruled by a small elite.”  – Thomas Jefferson