What’s scarier than the ghosts and goblins of Halloween? Something that might hit three or four days later.
Intelligence from credible sources indicate that if the Republicans win the upcoming election, the radical left will go nuts, possibly attacking the power grid and redoubling the violence we have seen this year in our cities with Antifa, et. al. Even if the Democrats win, it will send a message of rewarding bad behavior, and disruptive elements will very likely continue with riots and looting.
Stock up on candy for the trick-or-treaters, but stock up on serious provisions, too. A resurgent pandemic is highly probable, and that plus civil disturbance on an as yet unseen scale may require you to have stocks of that COVID-depleted toilet paper…and more.
The Democrat candidates have promised “buybacks” of certain firearms – read “mandatory confiscation” here – which historically has been an early step in Draconian governmental changes. One asks oneself, “What are they planning to do to me that they want me to be disarmed and helpless?”
Are you tired of hearing from gun owners’ civil rights groups, “This is the most important election ever?” Don’t be. They’re telling you the truth. The last few elections have each become, progressively, exactly that.
Donald Trump was not my first choice for President, nor my second or third. I voted for him in 2016 partly because he was the lesser of two evils, but mainly because he would be able to appoint high court justices who would protect our civil rights, including the Second Amendment. He has done exactly that with his three SCOTUS appointments, which I believe will be remembered as his most important achievement thus far.
I have voted for Trump/against Biden already for 2020. On the gun side of things, Biden has promised to confiscate property legally purchased and responsibly owned by law-abiding private citizens. That’s the sound of a canary dying in a mine shaft. The raid on your gun cabinet will be followed – or even preceded – by a raid on your wallet and more.
Vote. Yes, it matters. Look how narrow the margin was between Gore and Bush in the decisive state of Florida a few short years ago.
Halloween is the least scary thing going on in America this time of year.