It’s déjà vu all over again.
By: Kenneth R. Timmerman
When I see videos of Antifa thugs smashing and looting luxurious shopfronts on Fifth Avenue in New York, for me it’s déjà vu all over again.
I wrote those scenes in my new book, The Election Heist, which I sent to my publisher last November.
I’m not claiming to be a prophet, but I do believe that fiction precedes reality. By that, I mean that by using our imagination, we can apply patterns of observed behavior to future situations.
Let me give you a specific example. In one of the Antifa scenes in my new book, an NYPD officer guarding Trump Tower takes a call from the deputy police commissioner, even as the thugs start charging the Gucci store front next door.
The deputy commissioner tells him to stand down.
Here’s how it went from there:
Caruso wanted to say unspeakable things.
“Not possible, sir,” he said finally. “We are requesting backup.”
“Stand down, Caruso. Do you hear me?”
“Not easy, Commissioner. Can you hear me?”
He keyed the walkie-talkie so this piece of political jerky could hear the utter chaos around him: screaming kids, cops with billy clubs, the crowd across the street, and everybody shouting.
“Stand down,” the commissioner said again.
“Not possible, sir.”
“Why the hell not?”
“There’s no place to stand, sir. We’re surrounded and they are swinging baseball bats and pipe wrenches. It looks like there are around two hundred of them, sir.”
“Well, talk to them.”
“Talk to them. That’s what the good cops are supposed to do.”
I won’t tell you how it ended except to say that it didn’t go well for the men in blue.
Just this past week, former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani blasted Bill De Blasio for phoning his police chiefs and ordering them not to enforce the law. “Pretty soon, we’re going to lose lives if this man doesn’t get out of the way and let someone activate the police department,” Rudy tweeted.
I know for a fact that neither Rudy nor De Blasio have read my book. But De Blasio has behaved exactly as I predicted, and Giuliani has called him out on it.
Using the same techniques of projecting what we know about political actors from past behavior into the future, I believe the Democrats are planning to steal the 2020 election.
Sure, you say. They are planning to win the election. You just call that stealing because you favor President Trump.
Actually, that’s not why I believe the Democrats are planning to steal the election. Call it forty years of political insight and intuition. Call it research and information. Call it cynical. Or just call it a very strong gut feeling based on hard facts.
What we have witnessed since the unwarranted and illegal killing of George Floyd on May 25 is the Democrat playbook for 2020, exposed for all the world to see. And all of these pieces figure prominently in The Election Heist.
We have the mass demonstrations. We have the demonization of the police. We have the media’s outrageous lies and misrepresentations. We have the heroism of so many individuals standing up for their communities and their property, brutally murdered by the Antifa thugs and their cohorts.
All of that figures in my book – with one more key piece that so far, you do NOT see in the news: the Democrat plan to steal the election in case their mass movement fails to deliver victory at the ballot box, as I believe it will fail to do.
I am not claiming to be a prophet. But I would ask that you apply the rules of prophecy here. How do you know if a prophet was inspired or just making stuff up? If his predictions come true.
The same rule holds in the world of intelligence, which I know something about from all my years investigating the underside of world events. If a source is right on item one, and item two, and item three – which you can corroborate – then you had darn well better listen to him on item four, which you cannot.
So watch out for item four.
Democrats believe that 2020 will be a replay of 1968, except that they will win the presidency this time. And just to make sure, they have a plan. In my book, I call it the “secret switch.”
Even our paper ballots are vulnerable, as a friend who works in a government alphabet soup agency confided. “Anything that is controlled by software can be hacked,” he said. Our paper ballots are all tabulated by computers running on sophomoric software.
Let me make one more prediction for November 2020: the Democrat plan will fail. They will not win at the ballot box, because a majority of Americans do not embrace chaos nor do they believe America is fundamentally racist or the origin of all evil. And they will not succeed in their effort to hack the election, because enough smart election officials have now been warned and will be on the look-out for their shenanigans.
As they say, from my lips to God’s ear.
(Front Page Mag)