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‘A riot is the language of the unheard,’ said Martin Luther King in an entirely different context. Purloined by the American mainstream media, it was used it to justify looting and burning by the far-Left Black Lives Matter movement and Antifa for eight long months in 2020 in Democrat governed cities whose mayors and governors rejected President Trump’s offers of federal intervention. Thirty died and the principal victims were the poor from minorities. That didn’t stop Vice President-elect Kamala Harris cynically encouraging donations to bail funds to release those arrested and endorsed   such criminal  violence on television, saying  ‘They’re not going to let up and they should not.’  

Unsurprisingly, the media treated the invasion of the Capitol differently, but as prominent independent Afro-American commentator Jason Whitlock says the Capitol is sacred ground for the elites where foreign members of their global club exchange cash for influence and privilege, with politicians on incomes of US $130,000-a-year becoming multimillionaires while building cosy relationships with Big Tech lobbyists and American corporations looking to curry favour with Red China. Biden and his family have emerged as the most glaring example of this phenomenon with the corrupt mainstream and social media suppressing this until after the election. 

 No serious journalist could ever conclude that President Trump had incited the invasion of the Capitol. He specifically requested the walk be peaceful. An invasion, which he did not even envisage, would endanger what he most wanted, an investigation of fraud and of unconstitutional changes to electoral laws.  Had he called on his supporters to invade the Capitol, there would have been tens of thousands of them there — not a few hundred. Moreover, the invasion began before he finished speaking, and the FBI warned the police the day before an invasion was likely. Evidence has emerged of the involvement of BLM and Antifa agents provocateurs.  The violence exhibited is wholly inconsistent with Trump’s supporters past behaviour, suggesting the perpetrators were agents provocateurs or extremists Trump always rejected.  


To the delight of Democrats, the invasion ensured that any investigation of Trump’s powerful cases alleging electoral fraud and unconstitutional electoral law change were thwarted. Journalists and others who dismiss these as ‘baseless’ have either have not read the details or are lying. 

That almost no judge would hear these cases and hid behind technicalities to avoid doing so reflects poorly on the independence and/or courage of the American judiciary, especially the Supreme Court justices who presented as originalists in their recent confirmations. It was equally disappointing for posterity that Vice President Pence wrongly saw his role in presiding over the certification of the votes cast as that of nothing more than a rubber stamp.  

That is hardly what the founding fathers envisaged. Alexander Hamilton explained in the Federalist Papers that they had anticipated that the incumbent would be an ‘extraordinary person’ who ‘may occasionally become a substitute for the President in the supreme executive magistracy’.  It was never intended that he  give his imprimatur to elections so mired in fraud under gross breaches of the constitution.  

The result of his misjudgement is that tainted and unconstitutional elections are probably locked in for the foreseeable future, with a Manchurian candidate soon to be installed in the White House, with an extremist successor who will give effect to Obama’s likely ruinous third term of managed decline, Venezuelan-style socialism and international surrender, all as a favoured Beijing advances towards world domination.  

The election was stolen from Trump, who, in any fair assessment of his remarkable achievements, has been the greatest President since Ronald Reagan. But neither he nor his 74 million followers are going away. With the EU rolling over, he has shown only he or his apprentice can Make America Great Again and stop Red China’s path to imperial domination. 

Australia will be in the front line.  

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Professor David Flint AM is an emeritus professor of law and was chairman of the Australian Broadcasting Authority and the Australian Press Council, president of the National Federation of the English Speaking Union, Associate Commissioner with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and convenor of the Committee of Australian Law Deans. He has been National Convenor of Australians for Constitutional Monarchy since the 1999 referendum campaign. He has authored books on topics such as the media, international economic law and on the Constitution. At Barcelona in 1991 he received a World Jurist Association award as World Outstanding Legal Scholar. He was made a Member of the Order of Australia in 1995. His Good Sauce show,Take Back Your Country, discusses the problems and solutions to the decay of federalism and democracy.

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