Has America Crossed the Rubicon and Headed Toward Civil War? | Beaufort County Now | This article will disturb most who read it and enrage some, on both sides. | beaufort observer, rubicon, civil war, presidential election, 2020 election, august 26, 2020

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Has America Crossed the Rubicon and Headed Toward Civil War?


    This article will disturb most who read it and enrage some, on both sides. But we are posting it because it highlights issues we feel very strongly should be addressed. Our concern is that the Democrat Leadership has refused to condemn the violence we are seeing. We also believe a strong force is behind it because it is so well coordinated. Moreover, we think we have "crossed the Rubicon" with white extremists turning out to counter the Black Lives Matter rioters. And we don't have a good feeling about the "mail-in ballot" initiative the Democrat Party is pushing. The time has come, we feel, for our leaders to deal with these issues.

    Former First Lady Michelle Obama, in here speech at the Democrat Convention, speaking in reference to the riots and violence warned us: "if you think it's bad now, just wait..."

    One has to therefore wonder if she knows something the rest of us don't. Here is the way Strefan Standord at "All News Pipeline" breaks it down:

  • While working as a letter carrier for over 7 years in the Washington DC area, one thing I learned about the US Postal Service is that most of the workers and management there were highly 'political'. With the large majority of the 70+ carriers working at the office I worked at not only members of the National Association of Letter Carriers union but many of them also 'activist Democrats', it's very easy for me to understand how the 'chaos' surrounding a 'vote-by-mail' scenario in the 2020 election President Trump is now warning of could come to pass, especially knowing that some unscrupulous letter carriers would be happy to 'lose' their mail collections if it furthers their political agendas.


    Read the full article HERE on All News Pipeline.


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