The hour is not just late; it is upon us.

By the end of Tuesday, November 3, 2020, we are supposed to know who the next President of the United States will be.  By January 20, 2021, we will know who that next President will be.  And while much has been written about the possibilities of what might happen between those two dates, it is worthwhile to take a moment to be specific as to what will happen, should it be Biden/Harris (or, if you prefer, Harris/Biden) who take the oath of office in January.

The outstretched hand of Biden/Harris might seem appealing to the uninformed and frightened—please do not be fooled.

In such unsettling times as these, it is a temptation that calls us to want to accept any promise of a better place.  The outstretched hand of Biden/Harris might seem appealing to the uninformed and frightened—please do not be fooled.  Their outstretched hands are the cold hands of death, death to our Republic, and death to the vision of our founding fathers.

I will go on record here with 20 fairly specific predictions as to what will happen during the next four years should the American electorate choose to embrace the most openly collectivist ticket in American political history. I share these in a last-minute hope that the reader who might still be persuadable will consider a vote for the Trump/Pence tickets over their opponents.

Consider this, if you will, Revelations 2020.


The Harris/Biden administration will:

  1. Institute a national Chinese coronavirus lockdown using whatever power the federal government can muster—either legitimately or through fiat. They will openly encourage states to exercise any and all powers, without fear of Justice Department intervention.  This will help large companies (the accomplice of big governments) consolidate power, and make citizens more generally dependent upon government relief.
  2. Initiate the process to make Puerto Rico and Washington D. C. States, with full Senate representation, in the hopes that these will become permanent blue states.
  3. Attempt to eliminate the electoral college. Of course, this won’t be easy to accomplish via Constitutional Amendment, as ratification requires approval by two-thirds of both the House and Senate. The interim tactic will be to aggressively lobby “blue” and “purple” states to join the National Popular Vote compact. With the Justice Department at their disposal, they would ensure that states that join the compact will endure the inevitable court challenge.
  4. Conclude Biden’s commission to “study” the Supreme Court with the recommendation that yes, they should pack the Supreme Court. Assuming that at least 50 Democratic Senators advocate for the Supreme Court to be expanded to 13 seats, and that four Justices along the lines of Kagan and Sotomayor are appointed to fill those seats, the Harris/Biden administration will push the United States squarely into a post-Constitutional period.
  5. Increase the National Labor Relations Board’s power, and actively develop workarounds to state right to work rules and the

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