If you want to see dramatic positive change in the United States, Vote For Trump So California Secedes and takes the commie peoples states of Oregon and Washington with them. Brion McClanahan discusses various scenarios regarding the unpredictable pre and post election events in November.
Ever wonder how the TV networks can give instantaneous election results when the polls close in particular state? Read about the virtually unknown cartel that feeds the exit poll results to the mainstream network media. As in the past, especially in the 2000 election, there have been serious problems with relying on these results. Besides the predicted massive vote fraud from mail-in ballots, what if these exit poll results are fixed or flawed?
So what would be the military and the deep state response in this electoral chaos, divisiveness, and further violent insurrection sweeping throughout the country? How would they respond to actual secession movements being implemented on the left coast?
Rewriting Seven Days in May for Election Day
Johns Hopkins professor Michael Vlahos and John Bachelor discuss the New American civil war in the light of the movie Seven Days In May.
As I have pointed out numerous times, Seven Days in May, is one of my favorite films, and I have repeatedly suggested its ever increasing relevance to contemporary events.
Watch this extremely powerful film concerning a seditious coup détat by the Pentagons Joint Chiefs of Staff before it disappears down the Orwellian Memory Hole. It has never been more timely or important to see.
Seven Days in May is an American political thriller about the Pentagons Joint Chiefs of Staff military-political cabals planned takeover of the United States government in reaction to the presidents negotiation of a disarmament treaty with the Soviet Union.
President John F. Kennedy had read the powerful novel, Seven Days in May, shortly after its publication and believed the scenario as described could actually occur in the United States. According to John Frankenheimer in his directors commentary, production of the film received encouragement and assistance from Kennedy through White House Press Secretary Pierre Salinger, who conveyed to Frankenheimer Kennedys firm wish that the film be produced.
JFK would arrange to be visiting Hyannis Port for a weekend when the film needed to shoot outside the White House.