How Do You Win Against A Foe Who Won't Play By The Rules?
Simple…fight fire with fire.
By Ric Wasley
March 15, 2021
Simple…fight fire with fire.
The Democrats have just passed HR1 - a bill that ensures that they can continue their winning strategy of manufacturing ballots, using fraudulent ballots, and counting ballots past the election date.
So how can Americans ever win against that level of cynical corruption? There is only one answer. Beat them at their own game.
For far too long the milquetoast Republican wimps have wrung their hands and moaned, “Oh me, oh my, what can we do? These mean old Democrats aren’t playing by the rules.” And what do they do about it? Nothing.
They get the Rhino coalition to mutter and mumble about points of privilege and 'Roberts Rules of Order,' then settle in for a long session of dithering before they break for lunch and sashay off arm in arm to their three Martini lunch.
So what can we Conservatives who love America and don’t want to lose our freedom to the Democrat media/corporate complex do about it?
First, vote out the Rhinos. But before we can do that we must learn how to fight the Democrat election fraud machine. And there is only one way to do that. Show the Dems that if they are going to use their new voter fraud bill to do the same thing in 2022 as they did in 2020, we will match them vote for unvetted vote.
So let's say that just like they did this time around, it's the night after the polls close and they're 10,000 votes behind - then they mysteriously come up with an extra 10,001 “mail-in votes” that they just "found."
But an hour after they post that - guess what? We show up with a sack filled with 10,002 “mail-in” votes.
And so on, and so on, and so on. Until they finally say, “Ok, you guys get our scam - so now I guess we have to negotiate a way to return to fair elections."
"But that would be cheating,” many Conservatives would say, “and we’re above that. Doing that would make us as bad as the Democrats.”
Let’s take a small sojourn back to WWII. The U.S. didn’t want to get involved. Then we were attacked - so we had to get involved. But for the first year or so we lost everywhere to Germany and Japan. And it wasn’t until we learned how to use their own tactics against them that we started winning which led to the final victory.
That’s what we have to do here. Learn from our enemy's underhanded tactics, then counter and beat them at each one until they realize they can no longer cheat and manipulate their voter fraud machine with impunity. Only then will we be able to get them to declare a truce and return to the bargaining table to reinstate fair elections that require in-person voting and voter ID.
So let us remember those brutal lessons from WWII that we had to learn the hard way. You don’t defeat a ruthless and unprincipled enemy by playing by the rules.
You learn from their tactics and use them against that enemy by showing them that two can play that game. Show them that you will match them move for move until they learn that their underhanded tactics will be met and checked by exactly what they are doing.
Only then will they be forced to back off and consider a return to fair and free elections.
And that is when we will start winning again.
Ric Wasley is a writer and lecturer, as well as the author of the popular McCarthy Mystery Series. Ric has had a 40 year professional career history in advertising, publishing and marketing in Boston, New York and San Francisco. He has degrees in history and psychology and has been trained in debating, public speaking and stage acting. A large part of his 40 year career was spent in numerous professional and business settings as a presenter and featured speaker at seminars and professional meetings. Ric has been a visiting professor at Worcester Polytech Institute. He also teaches a popular course on marketing for authors at prominent venues such as the venerable “Cape Cod Writers Conference.”
Wasley has been involved in both print and broadcast media as well as writing for business and commercial markets for over 30 years and continues to consult for a major media company. In addition to his novels and short stories, he has been published in several literary magazines. Wasley currently divides his time between Boston and his home on Cape Cod where he continues to write, lecture and create worlds where the unexpected thrives.