As the midterm elections violently collide with reality, or at least reality perceived under the influence of digital coercion and decades of indoctrination, the fate of the next two years will be decided over the next few days.
The demolition derby of politics and a tumultuous marriage to special interests rivals a submerged demolition derby of Helium-3 powered submarines, the Brownian motion approach to forging policy a modern-day nightmare of drafting legislation through a random number generator. This explains the utter of insanity of the staggering $1.3 billion egregiously spent on races in just five states, including the nearly $400 million ideological shopping spree in Pennsylvania.
Top 5 Political Special Interest State Spending Tracker 2022 Midterms (Projected Winner)
Pennsylvania: $373,605,258 (Fetterman (D))
Georgia: $271,351,786 (Runoff late November)
Arizona: $234,577,515 (Too close to call)
Wisconsin: $205,791,615 (Evers (D), Johnson (R))
Ohio: $202,117,075 (Dewine (R), Vance (R))
At least from the extremists on one side of the ideological fence, through the procedural toxicity has leaked into mainstream Democratic politics in abandoning an effective “read and then react” approach to processing data, the visceral response facilitated by a bleeding-heart mentality ransacking urban corridors and threatening to spread like wildfires if not for united containment effort.
While the trending issues have been branded into the collective conscience, including Congress flipping Republican, the Senate gaining a Conservative majority, and strict gun control mandates on the table in a handful of states, the under the radar measures being debated will also have major ramifications for either optimism or skepticism, regardless of Biden’s potential status as a lame duck
The results of the 2020 Presidential elections aside, the disconcerting 11th hour voting trends in key races, indicates that the entire tally system needs a major overhaul as the late numbers can be manipulated either through blatant corruption or civic entities not following procedure. While Florida ballots were officially counted in five hours, other states, including Arizona and Washington are lingering in processing results, which is an unsettling scenario only exacerbated by the corporatized press lacking objectivity in pushing a narrative. In cooking the numbers and extrapolating the data in a series of razor thin results, where Democrats regularly prevailed, the drastic shift in percentages simply does not make sense statistically. Thus, skeptics are justified in remaining wary of any of the tangential gravitating roster of incumbents maintaining their stranglehold in not serving constituents.
In George Orwell’s dystopian novel 1984, that was allegedly not intended as a manual for modern society, protagonist Winston Smith asks a fellow character if the quality of life is “better” before the forever war, as the imaginative society faces a perpetual battle of attrition. This is the same quandary that citizens face within the torrent of the information age, where fantasy transposes reality, and individuals find comfort and contentment within the virtual reality imprint of imagination.
Score one for the cynics, at least those right of center, as a number of crucial election races in heavy blue areas trending towards underdog Republican candidates, are sure to epitomize the notion of one’s hopes getting dashed. While the House and the Senate are destined to once again embrace sanity, the hyper local battles are currently in a precarious state and combined with the aforementioned shady policy dictating the disturbing fabric of legislative districts and elections, the presence of bureaucracy becomes a constant, along with the reality that the sun rises to the east.
As the abolitionist philosophy dominates many democratically controlled cities, and the epidemic of crime and violence continues to expose law-abiding citizens to a volatile environment, the continued legacy of radicals occupying governmental in traditional seats presiding over blue municipalities and regions will be tested, however the final tallies may not be enough to appease the those who are seeking reason and curing of politics dictated by emotion and not logic.
With Biden in apparent power, at least labeled as the ceremonial title of “President” for two more years, if his tedious state of mental performance can withstand the rigors of travel (and extensive personal carbon footprint from jet travel) and age, a stalemate may exist with the dark voodoo magic of vetoes in all their forms a product of the liberal pursuit for “democracy”.
While the economy tanks and inflation is superficially addressed through a token legislative act, the dark shadow covers the entire nation as despair is synonymous with alleged progress, and innovation is only evident drafting mandates for the sake of posturing and ultimately control.