Transcript of intended speech given to Americans for Restoring the Constitution at Vestal Public Library about post mortem of 2018 mid-term elections
2018 mid-term elections
Touching on what Youtube considers taboo (without cause), we discuss the similarities of the anime Goblin Slayer and the results of the 2018 mid-term elections. Unwarranted censorship will not stop us from making a comparison in themes and results.
A rarely used term in elections is the Affidavit ballot, sometimes called a Provisional ballot. What is that? How is it counted, who makes it? Will this relatively unknown part of the election process change who will represent the public, or has it already?
A random thought, seeing how the 2018 mid-term elections reflect the marketing and media of the Disney Star Wars movies.
So many issues to discuss – Rep. Nancy Pelosi reaps some non-mob protester feedback that Rep. Maxine Waters has promoted; Sen. Warren question on repaying benefits for claiming American Indidan heritage; NRA follows up on Red Flag supporters; in local news Sheriff candidate talks Antifa. Comments welcomed.
Focused on the Southern Tier, the question of not only what the media does not tell voters, but how they discuss what they do tell on several issues is brought up. Additionally, a Far left candidate running for Broome County Sheriff reveals his view of the domestic terrorism group Antifa and its threat of violence in New York. We bring it to you as it was said live without edit.
The National Rifle Association has released the 2018 ratings, in time for voters to review ahead of the mid-term elections. We review the status of the 11 members of the NY State Assembly we previously identified in an open letter on Red Flag legislation.
Racial slurs against Kanye West? When did slurs become ok, especially for Democrats – the supposed Party for minorities. Can we say macroagression. But don’t forget, as some hope you do, that Antifa no only attacked Republican HQ in New York City, but promised to bring the same kind of violence that happened in Berkley.
What candidates will be picked for 2020? What will be the political platform? How does this change to 2018 mid-term elections? And most of all, what do you think about it?
We see a pattern, a plan for the 2020 presidential race emerging from the Kavanaugh v. Ford controversy. No matter the 2018 mid-term election outcome. We cite the partisan platform. We predict who will be the front-runners and who is out as the presidential and vice-presidential nominees, and why. Are we correct? If correct, how will it affect your vote? Comments welcomed.