The Campaign Legal Center filed a complaint with the Federal Elections Commission accusing the Clinton Campaign of illegally coordinating with David Brock’s Super PAC Correct the Record.
In question is $5.95 million in in-kind contributions, in the form of coordinated expenditures, that were purportedly accepted by the Clinton campaign. If true, the contributions violate the Federal Election Campaign Act (“FECA”), 52 U.S.C. § 30101, et seq., and Commission regulations.
In light of seeing the signs of corruption all of my life, this is not news to me.
It’s a rotten structure that holds the noxious entrails of the parasite.
That is the parasitic creature that is this malicious, deviant government.
For the last one hundred and fifty years the rulers and potentates who govern the United States have gotten more dirty and hostile regarding the purity that once radiated brightly the light of Liberty across our lands.
Degenerate and warped, DC is a hideous monster straight out of the nightmares that plagued the Founders of this country and compelled them to form a country based on the principles of the ancient Roman Republic.
Further, to protect their new found country from the insalubrious evils that often plague men who dream to live in peace and freedom, the Founders of the United States created a form of government that best ensured that their culture and way of life would last and grow.
A government governed of, by, and for the People.
A culture based on Liberty and the fear of God.
But as is the nature of things within man—an inclination to revert to the ways of beasts and savagery—a twisted mentality has overtaken much of the thoughts and principles the Founders instilled into the country’s fabric.
How things have gotten so twisted has one just source, one parasite—a savage monster that has eaten away at the core of our Liberty and attacked those who dare to speak out against its vileness.
DC is a monster of grotesque features, able to change its manifestation at the whim of its controllers.
Grown fat and lazy—fed by the taxes of a victim on the verge of death—this gruesome monster that has contaminated DC will say or do anything to maintain its hold on power.
It is for this reason that we are now beginning to see dynasties emerging across our political front, and we are observing such partisanship in our politics.
The United States was founded on the principles of unity.
While a country is going to have a modicum of division from time to time, the rift and discord should not be to the ugliness it has reached today.
United we stand.
Divided we fall.
Nonetheless, this is the division this government has willingly created by not securing our borders, supporting so much racial strife to leach into the fabric of our culture, permitting the debt to balloon to such massive amounts, promoting multiculturalism, and attacking the liberties upon which this country was founded upon.
It is no accident that these events and disasters are occurring.
It is no accident that once a politician is elected he/she changes upon entering DC’s snake pit.
Such behavior has caused the decline of our country even quicker because it leaves the Populous without a clear avenue to fix the problems it confronts through voting practices.
Therefore, when an “outside” candidate comes along and runs for office, whether it be president or any other office across our country, there is powerful resistance against such an outsider.
It is a survival mechanism.
There have been many instances of this survival mechanism intruding on this presidential election. None more repugnant than the most recent events that have dominated the news cycle.
First there were the Trump tax returns, illegally procured and printed by the media.
Now this video of Trump making lewd remarks about women on a “hot mic.” An incident, totally inappropriate, that occurred more than a decade ago.
Both productions of the media.
The media of the United States has become a government apparatus, no less lethal, no less malicious, than Pravda was during the reign of the Soviet Union.
It is astonishing to me that the Clinton campaign can attack Trump on these two issues and succeed, given the Clintons lurid history of financial exploitation and charges, allegations, and confessions of abuse and injustices against women.
That the media spin has succeeded in painting the Clintons as champions for women—after 40 years of known violations against women—would be laughable, if it were not so serious.
Whatever wrongs Trump committed, he did so through his own funding.
The Clintons, on the other hand, have confessed to crimes and offenses, and have been accused of many more, all while under the umbrella of the US Citizens’ TAX MONEY.
People are people. Men and women hold a complex relationship. As long activities are consensual and legal, all is fine to me.
That is not what has occurred.
These events have been politicized to the point of absurdity.
Released at a prescribed time, known far in advance, they are distractions, more than reporting of facts and events. Designed to sway those in the masses who are easily oscillated, and blur the minds of those who are susceptible to such media smut.
There are many wrongs and contradictions brought to light against Clinton recently. From the WikiLeaks revelations regarding the content of her Wall Street speeches, to her ongoing, numerous scandals that would have spelt doom for most any other candidate, in any other election season.
And yet, it is Trump’s comments—offensive and wrong—that have surfaced at just the right time to try to divert the Voters attention away from Clinton’s transgressions.
Not a chance.
She is an establishment candidate who has protected and served the hideous government monster for over four decades.
Coincidences rarely occur in DC, a city where every word is provoked by expediency and every sentence is rehearsed for the purpose of clout and upshot.
If we are to return our country to its former glory, it can only happen by purging it from the dreadful grip of this repulsive colossal fiend that has gained control of its soul.
I declare the greatness this country once had.
I learnt about it as a child, and throughout my life.
I’ve never forgotten its precepts of Liberty and its charge to promote individualism.
I hope and pray I don’t live to see the end of the United States.
Author of Publius: Libertas Aut Mors & Sword and the Pythia