Thursday, May 21, 2020

2016 Election: No Peaceful Transition of Power

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Prior to the general election of 1800, when Jefferson became president and the Democratic-Republicans took control of Congress, the transition of power from one US president to another was anything but peaceful.

From what is called the "Revolution of 1800" to present, the power of the presidency has been peacefully passed.

Until 2016.

We are only now learning what the Obama administration was doing as incoming President Trump was being inaugurated.

And it continues.

Be informed.

From bullets to ballots.

The first-ever peaceful transition of power after bitterly contested popular elections fought by principled partisans occurred in America, in the "Revolution of 1800." Both the Democrat-Republicans and their opponents, the Federalist Party believed that the fundamental principles of democracy were at stake in the conflict between the two parties.

In fact, the 1800 election is often referred to as a re-aligning election---on many fronts.

My point today is, that John Adams accepted his electoral defeat and left the White House peacefully.

Both Jefferson and Adams believed America was more important than them or their political agenda.

Barack Obama did not.

Obama's transition was designed to sabotage the incoming president.

Although he used "new kind of bullets," they were none-the-less intended to be politically deadly.

We now know that as Donald Trump was being inaugurated on January 20, 2017, President Obama's outgoing Security Adviser Susan Rice was back at the White House, writing up her notes on a White House meeting involving President Barack Obama and top administrative officials that had taken place 15 days earlier.

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.), chairman of the Homeland Security Committee, says, "When I first read that declassified email, I thought why in the world was that ever classified?"

"My next thought," he says, "was....We didn't witness what America has become so famous for, a peaceful, cooperative, well-wishing transition of power. Instead, we saw corruption of that transition. The transition was really designed to sabotage and really upend the new administration. It's shameful, is what it is."

What was Susan Rice doing in the White House during the Inauguration ceremony?

We now know that she was writing a memo to herself, self establishing an overview of what had "actually" taken place in a revealing meeting in the Oval Office that the public was not supposed to know about.

In her memo, Rice used the words "by the book" three times, explaining how Obama wanted everything to be done "by the book."

She also wrote that then-FBI Director James Comey "is proceeding by the book" as it relates to "law enforcement" regarding the Flynn case. She also noted that Comey expressed "some concerns that incoming NSA Flynn is speaking frequently with Russian Ambassador Kislyak."

Rice says President Obama asked Comey to "inform him if anything changes in the next few weeks that should affect how we share classified information with the incoming team. Comey said he would."

Sen. Johnson says the whole thing seems very odd. Well, it seems odd to all of us.

Why would she be in the White House during the Inauguration ceremony, writing a memo to herself about a meeting that took place 15 days prior?

She's now saying she didn't have time before that day. Johnson says he thinks an Obama lawyer told her to get the memo in a file before they turned in their keys.

He's probably right because the Obama corruption was already beginning to surface.

Why were Obama and his people so focused on taking out Flynn?

Flynn was seen by most as a great American patriot. He headed the Defense Intelligence Agency. He actually worked under the Obama administration. Now, in his retirement, Obama is trying to take him down.

One thing that upset Obama was that Flynn had supported someone who lodged a sexual harassment complaint against Andrew McCabe, so there were reasons for some in this group---especially McCabe himself, not to like Flynn.

Johnson believes it's far, far larger than that. I agree.

He says, "We need to take a look at who else was unmasked, who else potentially was the Obama administration spying on, what else did they do to corrupt the transition process."

So, it appears the so-called "progressives" have taken us back to 1800. They always "regress" while calling it "progress."

Everything about so-called "progressivism" is based on a humanistic lie.


Obama's Security Adviser Susan Rice cited no wrongdoing in her "memo to self" she was putting into files in the White House as Donald Trump was being Inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States, because that wasn't the point.

They were not focused on wrongdoing. Even Comey never noted any wrongdoing by Flynn. They were, and are focused on taking down a presidency.

John Adams, during his one-term presidency, said this to all Americans---then and now:

"We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. Avarice, ambition, revenge, or gallantry, would break the strongest cords of our Constitution as a whale goes through a net. Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other."

John Adams wrote this in a letter to Thomas Jefferson: "Have you ever found in history, one single example of a nation thoroughly corrupted that was afterward restored to virtue...?"

Both John Adams and Thomas Jefferson clearly believed that this country was more important than their personal political ambitions.

This is clearly not the case with Barack Obama.

Pray for President Trump.

Be Informed. Be Discerning. Be Vigilant. Be Prayerful.