In the above post, I pointed out that whether the Left wins or loses, they riot and loot regardless.  So here’s a little preview on how they’re planning to respond to a Trump victory:

Under the guise of seeking to “prevent a constitutional crisis,” a massive network of well funded left-wing activists and progressive groups are training, organizing, and planning to mobilize millions of Americans should President Trump “contest the election results,” refuse to concede, or claim an early victory.
More than 80 advocacy groups and grassroots organizations have joined in a broad coalition calling itself “Protect the Results” and proclaiming that “we cannot ignore the threat that Trump poses to our democracy and a peaceful transition of power.”
The coalition is a joint project of Indivisible and Stand Up America, two left-wing groups founded in response to President Trump’s 2016 election and whose goals are “to organize and resist Trump’s dangerous agenda” and “to defeat Trump and his enablers.”
Seeking to “protect” election results by use of its millions of members, the coalition calls to “take coordinated action” and “prepare for a potential post-election crisis.”

Note that even if Trump wins by an overwhelming majority, they’re still going to “mobilize”, because  of the “the threat that Trump poses to our democracy and a peaceful transition of power.”  (See the Chilean example above.)  As Roger Kimball puts it, channeling Commiespeak:

But what if Trump, you know, actually wins the election?
He can’t. And if he does, it won’t count. Listen to this statement gathered by Pullman: “At some point in the days following the election Trump will almost certainly either attempt to declare outright victory or attempt to invalidate the results of the election. That is the start of the coup.”
So what happens next? “We need to show that we’re ungovernable under a continued Trump administration. … That can mean blocking traffic at major intersections and bridges, shutting down government office buildings … or blockading the White House.”

Nice.  So the plan is to create instability and sow fear and discord, and then… what, exactly?

See how clever that is?  If Trump wins and they start their bullshit, and Trump responds with some kind of police action like calling in the National Guard, then he’s the one opposing a “peaceful transition of power”?   I, for one, am curious to see what will happen if their “coordinated action” is met with resistance from either police action or “counter-revolutionaries” (that, in case anyone is wondering, is us — people like you and me).

In the above article, Kimball is quite optimistic, by the way, ending with:

But if, as I expect, he wins, there will be much wailing and gnashing of liberal teeth, but widespread peace and prosperity will dull the pain and transform the anguish into the guilty pleasure of histrionic self-indulgence.

Me?  Not so much.

Which reminds me:  I need to go and pick up my ammo order.  The Communists aren’t the only ones who can make plans.


  1. Donnie Douchebag should’ve called out the Guard months ago when state/local officials flushed law & order down the shitter. If he loses next week, his concessions to the mob will be among the reasons why.

    1. So you think he should’ve violated the Constitution the way Democrats are always claiming he does? That’s an interesting take.

      1. Where’s the violation? Did JFK commit a violation when he federalized the Guard & bitch slapped George Wallace?

      2. You are correct Rick, slant eye apparently doesn’t understand what type of government we have here.

      3. See: 10 U.S.C. § 246. It’s been tweaked over the decades, most recently by the 2007 National Defense Authorization Act, which expressly gives POTUS the authority to mobilize National Guard units within the U.S. without the consent of the governors. But you’re convinced it’s unconstitutional. To quote you back to you, that’s an interesting take.

  2. Reason #11,397 why I’m glad I moved from NJ to PA in May 2019, and traded my 4+ hours a day of commuting into NYFC for a home office. I suspect both NJ and NYFC might get sporty. Here, where the local volunteer fire and ambulance squads, the Rotary club, and the Knights of Columbus hold gun raffles as fund raisers? Not so much. In case you’re wondering, those gun raffles are not just lever-action rifles and clays shotguns, there are also nasty AR-15s and Glock pistols. I expect any peaceful protests involving bricks and molotov cocktails to be stopped post-haste.

    They won’t accept the 2020 election? Shit, they didn’t accept 2016, or 2000, or 2004, or 1980, or 1984, or 1988. Or 1860. I’m detecting a pattern here.

    For those I left behind: Will the last American to leave NJ please push down on the silver handle and flush the rest? You may need to flush two or three times, there’s a lot of shit in there.

    1. Tell me more of this nirvana you describe with talk of gun raffles. I’m currently stuck behind enemy lines in a Blue State. Someday I hope to move to free


      1. Not much to tell, the local hunting/fishing shops generally donate guns, which the organization in turn raffles off. Except yeah, in NJ a volunteer ambulance squad raffling off guns for a fund raiser would be accused of trying to drum up business by putting more death-machines on the streets, between sessions the accusers must spend on their fainting couches.

        I moved here last May, on July 4th weekend I went to my first-ever gun show. I’d promised my wife I wouldn’t buy any guns (otherwise a nice AR-15 would’ve followed me home), but I bought a dummy grenade because ‘Merica. When I showed it to my wife her eyes got wide and she asked “Is that….active?”

  3. The long game really isn’t their thing, is it?

    Who plans out temper tantrums like this?

    Just like when a democrat president sends troops into foreign lands, they never really have an endgame in mind other than “we’ll be in charge”. Never thought #1 that a majority may not see it their way. Not one thought in that document about a trumpslide.

    Here in Texas, I’d expect Abbott to deploy the troops to stomp these assholes.

    I would expect that law enforcement would’ve gotten that memo and planned accordingly.

  4. I’ve got all the ammo I’m going to have before the election. Thinking about pulling out my Garand bayonet and sharpening it up a bit as my pre-game prep.

    1. not a bad idea. That might be very useful if the commies get well within the wire and/or you need to conserve ammunition.


      1. I need to decide which bayonet to put on my No4 Lee-Enfield. Do I go with the spike or the blade?

    2. I’ll go retro: replica 1897 Trench Broom, mounted with replica 1917 bayonet; with a Para 14-45 on my hip.

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