You know, if I was really, really honest with you, it isn’t about who wins the election for me. It isn’t about personalities.
It’s about stopping the corruption in our political process. It’s about stopping child trafficking, rape, sacrifice/murder.
It’s about stopping the persecution of women by misogynistic people and regimes around the world. It’s about redistributing wealth so that everyone has what they need to live.
Yes, I’m a Trump supporter. And not because of anything political. The political does not hold my attention.
I’m for Trump because I actually think his team will drain the swamp. It seems they extensively followed the electoral process and will submit to the Supreme Court what I hope will be incontrovertible evidence of the corrupting of the vote (via Hammer and Scorecard, fake ballots, etc.). (1)
I hope the matter is resolved quickly because I wouldn’t want to see others go through the same emotional roller coaster that I did. Thank you for the preview and I did get the message: We need to prepare for the emotional buffeting that may be coming.
In all of that, my main concern is that I don’t want to see the surge of support for gender equality, income redistribution, universal access to medicare, and all the other wonderful budding movements lose momentum or bleed away. I want there to be no retreat from the progress we’ve made towards a world that works for everyone. No retreat.
If the Supreme Court finds corruption in the electoral process, I’m hoping that that will galvanize the reform movement that’s already afoot around the globe. (2)
I make a distinction between supporting these causes and supporting Donald Trump the person and I do so for a reason.
How many battles ended when one opposing general was struck down? Does anyone remember John F. Kennedy and the return of the “suits”? Pinning our hopes on just one person has brought catastrophic results throughout history.
Our determination to end the persecution of women and children on this planet needs to be a movement, not the messianic mission of just one person.
I want to see the removal from office of anyone found guilty of serious crimes against humanity, whatever those crimes are.
I want to see this world made peaceful again – first in the outer world, providing seekers with the sanctuary to find it also in the inner world.
This is the time to deconstruct the works of the dark. Legally. Respecting their human, and even divine, rights. But finally and conclusively.
By the way, I have friends who disagree with me and we’re co-existing. It can be done. As we learned from Covid, we’ll get through this together.
If you want to follow the ins and outs of the contested election, may I suggest Suzi’s Patreon coverage? That’s my source for the next while, as I turn my attention more to building the alternative.
(1) Suzi Maresca has since posted on Patreon a series of articles which discuss the steps the Trump administration took to detect election fraud. Events are being overtaken before stories can go to print!
(2) I hope we become even more united in stopping the greed and corruption that has ruled this planet for millennia.
I don’t think I could possibly be quiet about human rights, though I’m little moved by the purely political.
I’m not a conservative. I’m a liberal (a centrist spiritually). I support Trump because I think he’ll bring down the structures of the deep state and liberate this planet from their dead hand. That momentum has been building for a long time and I hope against hope that it will come to fruition.