What the 2018 Elections Are REALLY About

The Robert Mueller investigation into Donald Trump and “Russia collusion” drags on — without facts, evidence or indictments of any kind. At least not any related to “Russia collusion.” A lot of evidence has emerged about how Obama, Hillary Clinton and others were involved in collusion — such as spying on Donald Trump’s campaign. But that evidence is inconvenient and therefore ignored.

So the gig is up. What’s this investigation really about? It’s an attempt to deliver victories to Democrats in 2018 and again in 2020 — who knows, perhaps deliver the White House to the self-proclaimed queen, Hillary Clinton herself, should the Democrats nominate her again. It’s not impossible. This woman has risen from the dead again, and again and again. If she doesn’t rise from the dead this time, it will be the first time.

When you hear Robert Mueller’s name, you should think the exact same thing you hear at the sound of Nancy Pelosi’s name: Unseat Trump. That’s all it’s about. His actions even suggest it’s his own personal motive. “The law” has nothing to do with it.

If Democrats retake the Congress in the fall, then the election of 2016 will be reversed. At least, that’s their intention. Voting for Republicans in the fall has little or nothing to do with voting for Republicans. Most (not all) of them are corrupt members of “the Swamp”, just like the Democrats. What the election is really about is WHO should pick the president: the people, through the Electoral College — or California?

It’s ironic that Nancy Pelosi stands to gain the most if Democrats retake the House. She’s from California. People blame Donald Trump’s election on the fact we have an Electoral College. But the Electoral College was purposely designed by America’s founders to keep one heavily populated state from deciding the whole election. It was from California that the Electoral College was designed to protect us.

The same question applies to Robert Mueller. Should Robert Mueller decide the results of the presidential elections of 2016 and 2020 — or should the American voters? Should Nancy Pelosi and California — or the American voters?

The Constitution and its founders have one answer. The Democratic Party and their hacks in the media have a completely opposite answer.

Soon enough, actual voters will decide the final answer. Here’s hoping they don’t screw it up.


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