TIME magazine recently ran a story about a secret plan to control the 2020 presidential election results.
The article, detailing how high-powered individuals carefully planned and implemented controls on the election results until Election Day, even forecasted the aftermath battle between parties.
However, the magazine pitched the secret plan as ‘protecting the election.’ Indeed, the Republicans must have learned a lesson on organizational structure and a unified approach to the election, which weighed them down for lack thereof.
“That’s why the participants want the secret history of the 2020 election told, even though it sounds like a paranoid fever dream, a well-funded cabal of powerful people ranging across industries and ideologies, working together behind the scenes to influence perceptions, change rules and laws, steer media coverage and control the flow of information. They were not rigging the election. They were fortifying it. And they believe the public needs to understand the system’s fragility to ensure that democracy in America endures,” said an excerpt of the article.
Clearly, the story involves changing how we conduct elections, yet, Time frames it as a plan to control, support, and uphold democracy. The current Senior Advisor to the President of the AFL-CIO was the major player in the secret program, as the article calls him, the Architect.
Known as the largest union, AFL-CIO is also one of the largest democratic organizations in the U.S.
The plan was engineered for the left’s victory. What’s more troublesome is how they successfully convinced Republicans to undermine Trump and their own political party. Even the United States Chamber of Commerce joined them.
Granted, they didn’t plan George Floyd’s death, but they saw an opportunity in his demise as a means to cripple the Trump government. They used the riots’ messaging as a threat against the businesses that refused to follow their narrative.
The glaring truth from the article is how the left plotted even before the election to snatch the presidential seat, to the extent of having dinner with Jack Dorsey and Zuckerberg.
Trump’s social media accounts were suspended and censored several times following the election. One would be impressed how they lobbied big names, big Tech, and big businesses.
Meanwhile, the conservatives lacked the same approach. Without an organized and unified strategy, most votes that could have impacted the result may have been lost. The Republicans only relied on Trump’s message and popularity.
And what a sad part that was.