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Election “War Game” Shows 2020 Trouble Coming – Biden Could Refuse To Concede, Then 3 States Threaten Secession
By Adam Casalino|August 6, 2020
Election “War Game” Shows 2020 Trouble Coming – Biden Could Refuse To Concede, Then 3 States Threaten Secession

What’s Happening:

It looks like D.C. insiders are more than nervous about November.

So nervous, that they played out a series of “war games” about how things might play out.

The bizarre scenarios theorized what they could do if the results didn’t turn out their way.

Among the ridiculous plots involved deciding what to do if Biden won the popular vote but still lost electoral votes to Trump.

But the truly insane plan came from Hillary’s old manager. In the place of Biden, he “gamed” out what to do if Biden didn’t concede:

But conveniently, a group of former top government officials called the Transition Integrity Project actually gamed four possible scenarios…

But Mr. Podesta, playing Mr. Biden, shocked the organizers by saying he felt his party wouldn’t let him concede. Alleging voter suppression, he persuaded the governors of Wisconsin and Michigan to send pro-Biden electors to the Electoral College.

How did the end of this hypothetical case play out?

In that scenario, California, Oregon, and Washington then threatened to secede from the United States if Mr. Trump took office as planned. The House named Mr. Biden president; the Senate and White House stuck with Mr. Trump. At that point in the scenario, the nation stopped looking to the media for cues, and waited to see what the military would do.

So even though Trump won the electoral college in this scenario, Biden seems to find a way to win through Democrat governors, faithless electors, secession threats and the military.

Many would call that a coup.

Apparently, when Democrats have free time they fantasize about getting around our Constitutional rules.

Among the strange scenarios, John Podesta discussed forcing governors to send what are called faithless electors to vote for Biden.

He theorized that if Biden lost the election in the electoral college but won the popular vote, the Democrat would refuse to concede.

Podesta also talked about West Coast states threatening to secede from the Union if Trump is allowed to be reelected, sparking an unprecedented crisis.

Is anything they proposed in this scenario actually possible? It’s definitely concerning, and it appears some of these Washington insiders don’t know how our own system is supposed to work.

States just can’t secede from the Union all at once to force the election outcome they want.

All this tells us is that the Washington elites are not about to accept the results of the election, if and when Trump wins.

But should Americans be surprised? Everything Democrats have done since 2016 proves they haven’t accepted those results.

They protested. They went after MAGA hat-wearers. They applauded groups who caused chaos in our nation. They took no issue with conservatives being censored from social networks.

They mandated social justice “wokeness” into all areas of entertainment, including professional sports.

They impeached Trump over a phone call. And they extended draconian lockdowns, even though the economy is suffering.

They can “game” out all the scenarios they want. Something tells me they will be very unhappy with the results on November 3.

Key Takeaways:

  • Democrat insiders from D.C. played “war games” over what could happen on Election Night.
  • John Podesta theorized Biden could refuse to concede, which could cause a Constitutional crisis.
  • The “exercise” illustrates how Democrats continue to try to undermine our democracy.

Source: NY Times

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Adam Casalino
Adam Casalino is a freelance writer, cartoonist, and graphic designer. He is a regular contributor for GOP Daily Brief. Find his other work: www.talesofmaora.com
Adam Casalino is a freelance writer, cartoonist, and graphic designer. He is a regular contributor for GOP Daily Brief. Find his other work: www.talesofmaora.com
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