Post-Election Civil War By Chris Knight

     Kamala Harris, who is the real Demo-rat presidential candidate, the peaceful protests which have burnt down cities, and led to the murder of Whites, has said: “They’re not gonna stop. They’re not gonna stop, and this is a movement, I’m telling you. They’re not gonna stop, and everyone beware, because they’re not gonna stop. They’re not gonna stop before Election Day in November, and they’re not gonna stop after Election Day. Everyone should take note of that, on both levels, that they’re not going to let up—and they should not. And we should not.” Will this presidential hopeful manage to get her grammar correct? She was appalling against Pence in debate, and he was much sharper than Rump. She just took it like a little school girl; I like how Pence coolly showed that she had put away heaps of Black men, and she had to beg the moderator to get a reply in. In many respects, she is even more incompetent than Biden. What happens when she goes senile?

     Is it any wonder then that the majority of Americans fear that civil war is inevitable, and most, are preparing for it? Some of us have prepared all of our lives. 

“ A new poll shows a large swath of Americans harbor deep reservations about the election results weeks before Election Day and are concerned about what actions people might resort to as a consequence. The YouGov poll of 1,999 registered voters found that nearly half – 47% – disagree with the idea that the election "is likely to be fair and honest." And that slightly more than half – 51% – won't "generally agree on who is the legitimately elected president of the United States." The online poll was conducted Oct.1-2 and has a margin of error of +/- 2.56 percentage points. In addition, a YouGov poll of 1,505 voters found that 56% said they expect to see "an increase in violence as a result of the election." That question had a margin of error of 4.2 percentage points. For Fry and many other Trump supporters, the concern over the election's legitimacy is tied to the largely unproven claims Trump has raised about potential fraud involving millions of mail-in ballots that already have begun to pour in to election office across the nation.”

“A poll of a selection of U.S. voters found 56 percent of respondents said they expect to see “an increase in violence as a result of the election” amongst other reservations about the election results just weeks before Election Day. When asked about just what sort of violence they expected to see, those polled responded with “riots,” “looting,” “burning” as some of their predictions. “Trashing of cities” was another response. The YouGov poll was completed between October 1 – 2, 2020 and used 1,503 respondents. It followed another poll released October 1 that found 61 percent of Americans agree with the concern the U.S. could be on the verge of another Civil War. Additionally, 52 percent of consumers have also stockpiled food or essential goods in anticipation of social unrest tied to a resurgence of coronavirus in the coming months and/ or the election. The responses follow a tumultuous summer of street riots across America led by left-wing political agitators.”

     Here in Florida, I have already stockpiled weapons and ammo, as has my co-worker here, Charles Taylor, but I am not as crazy as him, where there are so many weapons in his house, from guns to swords, Viking axes, even clubs, that it is no longer possible to grab his cat and swing it around by its tail, metaphorically speaking of course, not that we have cats, or advocate animal cruelty in any way shape or form, and also being men with huge attack dogs, naturally. This new D-guard Bowie, designed by Donnie be All Day, is nice, and funds permitting after filling my shed with toilet paper, I might get one: 



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