"A man sees me [maskless] and brings his fist up as if to throw a punch. I bring my own fist up and he backs down. I sense that both of these men feel emboldened by a possible Biden victory and I shudder to think of what will happen to those who prefer truth over lies should Biden actually win."
by Mike Stone
The entire world is in limbo, waiting for the next shoe to drop, and then the shoe after that.
Massive corruption and voter fraud by the Left is threatening to overthrow our elected government. If you live in an area where votes are supposedly still being counted, you need to make your voice heard.
Charlie Kirk is hosting an event in Mariposa County, Arizona this week. If you live in that area you need to be there. The vote counters need to know they are being watched.
I hear optimism from both sides. The Left is saying Biden will win the election, while political pundits on the Right, like Kirk, are saying they expect Trump to win. It appears highly probable that the election will be decided by the Supreme Court. That doesn't leave me feeling optimistic. Judges like John Roberts have shown themselves to be traitors in the past and they could sell their entire country out once again.
Across the country, the rioters are all on standby, just waiting for the GO signal. The sheriff of Los Angeles, who might be a closet Trump supporter, has said there will be zero tolerance for post-election rioting.
Still, everyone in my neighborhood seems tense, on edge.
For the first time since the scamdemic began, someone yells at me for not wearing a mask. I have a split second to decide whether to engage him or keep walking. I keep walking.
At a different location, a man sees me and brings his fist up as if to throw a punch. I bring my own fist up and he backs down. I sense that both of these men feel emboldened by a possible Biden victory and I shudder to think of what will happen to those who prefer truth over lies should Biden actually win.
I walk past a small homeless encampment down the street from where I live, about a dozen tents, along with furniture piled on the sidewalk. A young homeless woman grins at a young man approaching on a bicycle. "What are you doing here?" she asks. "I just got out of jail," he says. They embrace. As I pass them, both are smiling, joyous. They're the only people I've seen or been in contact with for the last 48 hours who aren't living in a state of fear over the election results.
Whoever wins, we must remain in a state of preparedness. We now know who the enemy is. We now know that we can no longer stand idly by on the sideline of life and do nothing. We all have to become active politically.
Yes, I mean you too. You have to either run for office or support someone honorable who is running for office. You have to be ready to fight, to stand by and stand up. Remember the three groups of people:
1) The fighters.
2) Those who support the fighters.
3) Those who do nothing.
You have to pick a side. If you pick or default to number three, I have nothing further to say to you. Get out of my life and stay out of my life. I have no time for pathetic little worms.
If you chose to fight or to support the fighters, I congratulate you. Pray for the best, but prepare for the worst, because the worst is about to come.
Mike Stone is the author of A New America, the first novel of the Alt-Right, a dark comedy set on Election Day 2016 in Los Angeles - - Available on Amazon.