Think about this election as having two tracks. Track I is the “regular” fraud. It is comprised of all the illegal conduct the democrats engaged in, from excluding poll watchers, to ballots materializing from unknown locations, to precincts not checking signatures as required by statute, to Democrats incentivizing voters with gas cards, and the sordid list goes on. Track II is the electronic fraud. It is the Dominion/foreign-intervention scheme that Sidney and some others are working to present proof of in court. Taken together, 2020 could be the most explosive election in U.S. history…if it isn’t already.
Drama isn’t a good thing when real work needs to be done. Drama is particularly problematic when work needs to be done under a time constraint, stress, or both. It should be avoided at all costs. It does baffle me to see so many smart and savvy political operators spending a significant amount of time and energy gossiping about Sidney, whether arguing with others about the likelihood she has the evidence she claims to have, or more recently wondering what is happening between Sidney and Rudy/Jenna. We are still in an all-hands-on-deck crisis here. If you think Sidney can’t follow through, fine. Analyzing and overanalyzing all your deliberation about Sidney’s likelihood of success is not productive. Focus your energy on Track I.
Lots of people have said this, but I will repeat it for emphasis: technically, we can win the White House on Track I alone. So, if you don’t believe Sidney—or if you do, but other than donating to her legal efforts (donate here), there isn’t much you can do to help her—keep working on Track I. Track I needs a whole lot of help. We need to be explaining the fraud to the general public so the American people can understand the truth, we need to be calling and lobbying state legislators in the battleground states, we need to be putting pressure on Governor Kemp to follow through with his promise to undertake a rigorous audit in Georgia, and the list goes on. This election is still within our grasp if we keep pushing.
If you have time to spend wondering about Rudy and Jenna and Sidney, that tells me you are not as engaged as you should be on the task at hand. There will be plenty of time to assess everyone and everything…later.
Finally, don’t get caught up in the silly headlines that suggest that any kind of tension in the Trump team or amongst Trump allies is unusual and proof our efforts are spiraling. That’s ridiculous. If you buy into that, you need to take a breath and reflect on your own life and relationships and then re-read some history. Occasional tension among people is natural—from your own home to allied political figures throughout history. The people in the spotlight today are fighting a titanic battle to change the course of the election of the most powerful nation on earth. As with all choices in life, every strategic move they make is a choice to take one path and not another, and that choosing is often fraught with tension and with stress. Understand they all love America, they are all doing their best to save the Republic, and they are all doing just fine. I can say with certainty that I don’t know anyone more passionately committed to the pursuit of truth and justice—no matter the slings and arrows thrown her way—than Sidney Powell. Every struggle of this kind has bumps, even if history books gloss them over.
The biggest problem here is how you, the public, will respond. It is critical that we all avoid the distraction of drama, stay calm and reasoned, and focus on whatever it is we can do to advance the mission. That’s all we have to do right now. This election is truly in our hands. We have the power to win if we want to—it is a matter of resolve, discipline, and drive.
Tomorrow is a fresh Monday. Recommit to the fight cooly and with focus.
Photo: Sunset on the Gunston Hall estate, the Virginia home of George Mason.