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SORCHA 3/14: "Russia Begins Secure Paper Ballot National Election—America Opts For Law Of The Jungle"

Posted By: MrFusion
Date: Thursday, 14-Mar-2024 15:57:35



March 14, 2024

Russia Begins Secure Paper Ballot National Election—America Opts For Law Of The Jungle

By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers

An informative new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today first notes President Putin telling the Russian peoples during his election eve address this morning: “We need to confirm our consolidation, our determination to go forward together...Each vote counts...That is why I am calling on you to realize your right to vote in the coming three days...Dear friends!...All of us, the multiethnic people of Russia, are a big family...We are worried about our country, take care of it, we want it to be wealthy, strong, free and prosperous, we want living standards and the quality of life to improve...So be it...We will do everything the way we want...So, I an asking you to take part in the voting and express your civil and patriotic position, cast your vote for your candidate, a candidate you have chosen, for the successful future of our beloved Russia...Only you, Russian citizens, can decide about the future of the homeland”.

With Russia being the world’s largest country spanning 11 of its 24 time zones, this report notes, voting will take place over three days on 15-17 March, with four candidates vying for the top office, namely New People party nominee Vladislav Davankov; self-nominated candidate and incumbent President Vladimir Putin; Liberal Democratic Party of Russia nominee Leonid Slutsky; and Communist Party of the Russian Federation nominee Nikolay Kharitonov.

In preparation for the three-day Russian national election, this report continues, Chairwoman Ella Pamfilova of the Central Election Commission announced: “A total of 113,574,550 ballot papers have been prepared...Each ballot paper is protected by several security layers...It is impossible to forge ballot papers...All ballot papers have been delivered to polling stations, they are all in place”—because of their unmatched security, “paper ballots are by far the most common form of voting in the world”—American government election experts have previously documented facts like “absentee ballots remain the largest source of potential voter fraud” and “mail-in voting is a throwback to the dark old days of vote-buying and fraud”—and it was also revealed: “The overseeing mission of the Commonwealth of Independent States is made up of 194 people who will observe Russia's presidential election”.

While Russia begins its secure paper ballot national election to choose a leader, this report details, Supreme Socialist Leader Joe Biden and President Donald Trump just secured their political parties nominations to run against each other to be the leader of the United States, and about which President Trump stated last evening: “Number one, I’m honored to be the one representing the great Republican Party...It’s very important...I thought I would be...I didn’t think it would be this fast...I thought we had some candidates who would be tougher than they were that didn’t do as well as some people thought they would...I think we’re in massive trouble as a country...We have a little more than seven months until the election, and that sounds like a short time, but that’s an eternity for this lunatic to be running this country...If we don’t win...I think that November 5 is the most important day in the history of our country”.

With it literally taking an army of political experts and mental health professionals to comprehend the beyond convoluted and chaotic American national election system used to choose a leader, this report concludes, the Wall Street Journal, in its just released article “The High Price Of Democrats’ Anti-Trump Lawfare”, further observes about this insanity:

Most believe the rule of law is better than the law of the jungle. That could change.

The newest buzzword in our politics is lawfare, or using the legal system as a weapon against a political opponent. It sits before us now as a spectacle of political gluttony. How many lawsuits, court motions and judgments against Donald Trump can the Democratic Party chow down? More disturbing is the high price the American system may pay for this excess.

Consider the groaning table.

A Manhattan jury awarded author E. Jean Carroll $83.3 million in a defamation suit against Mr. Trump, who posted a $91.6 million bond, including interest.

New York Judge Arthur Engoron has ordered Mr. Trump to pay a total of $450 million in a civil fraud trial over valuations of his net worth. New York State Attorney General Letitia James says if the massive bond isn’t posted, she’ll seize Mr. Trump’s New York buildings.

In Georgia, notwithstanding the mess Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis made of herself and her case, the fact remains she indicted Mr. Trump and 18 other defendants for violating the state’s Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act in connection with the 2020 presidential election. The presiding judge dismissed six of the 41 counts Wednesday.

Colorado, Maine and Illinois took various legal actions to ban Mr. Trump from the 2024 presidential ballot, efforts recently blocked by a unanimous Supreme Court decision.

Special counsel Jack Smith is attempting to bring Mr. Trump to trial on separate sets of federal charges, one over possession of classified documents, another for the former president’s actions the day of the 2021 Capitol riot. The issue of presidential immunity in the latter case goes before the Supreme Court next month.

And of course a trial will begin March 25 in Manhattan, brought by local prosecutor Alvin Bragg, in which Mr. Trump is accused of disguising hush-money payments during the 2016 presidential campaign to porn star Stormy Daniels.

The argument on behalf of this really quite unprecedented legal offensive boils down to one idea: No one is above the law. True. That view is sometimes known as ensuring respect for the law.

My single-sentence reply is that the Democrats’ use of lawfare on this scale makes it likely that respect for the law will decline, and dangerously so, among much of the American public.

If Democrats had limited their legal offensive to Mr. Smith’s two federal initiatives, conservatives would have absorbed it as politics as usual, however degraded that benchmark. But the American left never knows when to stop, so it is waging the get-Trump legal assault on every imaginable front.

Biden classified-document special counsel Robert Hur, exercising prosecutorial discretion, said the current president isn’t exonerated but won’t be prosecuted, leaving Joe Biden to the court of public opinion, which is where both of 2024’s presidential candidates belong. Instead, the Republican nominee stands in dock after endless dock.

That the lawsuits have backfired politically, boosting Mr. Trump into an easy victory in the primaries, is incontestable. The media lately has been writing that the Trump legal team’s strategy of “delay” is working, implying that Mr. Trump was supposed to take it all passively in the neck.

At least half the country is coming to believe that the legal system is being swallowed by rank political partisanship. Worth it?

It’s been some 400 years since Shakespeare wrote, “The first thing we do is, let’s kill all the lawyers”. Most people in the centuries since came to believe—and established—that the rule of law was better than the law of the jungle. But that could change. Future Republican lawfare is inevitable. In an interview last fall, Mr. Trump said “it could certainly happen in reverse”.

Another new word in our politics is “rigged”. The excesses of lawfare have contributed to that systemic loss of faith as well. The 2020 election wasn’t rigged, but a lot else looks like it is, most notably calls by the left to pack the Supreme Court, rigging its decisions. Eventually, respect for the law starts to look like a mug’s game.

To my knowledge, Shakespeare never wrote, “kill all the scientists”. Science also spent the past 400 years establishing its credibility with the public. That’s eroding as science has been enlisted, by scientists no less, to serve political goals.

Appeals to “science” were used during the Covid pandemic to reorder society—with school closings, store shutdowns and social distancing. Dissenters within the science community were suppressed and ostracized, as has happened for years to scientists who disagree with the climate “consensus”.

Like lawfare, the results of sciencefare were predictable. Pew Research reported in November that public trust in scientists was in decline. Nearly 40% of Republicans or Republican-leaning independents have little or no confidence in scientists. How can that be good?

The hyperpoliticization of these important professions is being carried out by people once known as the best and the brightest. It reflects a steady moral corruption of crucial institutions. It normalizes the hypocrisy of standing on the moral high ground to deploy the lowest political means.

The American public needed a presidential election this year on the merits, such as they are.

Instead, legal opportunism may cast the biggest vote.

[Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]


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March 14, 2024 © EU and US all rights reserved. Permission to use this report in its entirety is granted under the condition it is linked to its original source at WhatDoesItMean.Com.

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