What doesn’t matter in the U.S.

Amendments to the Constitution that some people don’t like e.g. insurrectionists cannot serve in offices under the U.S. Definitions are important but what would we call Jan. 6? Watch and listen to Trump and then to his followers and you decide, gentle citizen.
What else? Voting in the majority. A perverse system designed to keep the powerful in powerful positions remains despite a clear majority having voted for Clinton in 2016 and Trump taking the presidency despite losing.
Ask yourself, cui bono? Who benefits now from such a system, now that they have lost their slaves? Isn’t the fact that Wyoming with its 856 voters gets the same representation in the Senate as California with its 800,000, 000 voters a bit of a sop to the low-population states so that at least voters in all states could think their votes count?
Ask the Federalist Society, made up of those determined to keep the power of the government out of the hands of people like me.


  1. 伟思礼 says:

    In 2020, less than half of California’s eligible voters voted for Biden.
    In Texas, less than one-third voted for Trump.
    Yet Biden got 100% of California’s electors, and Trump got 100% of Texas’s electors.
    That, in my opinion, is the true voter fraud.

    1. Pat Barrett says:

      Sorry I missed this. Yes. When I taught government I explained the electoral college, which even then was facing intense criticism. But now it’s reached crisis proportions.

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