While the election riots were not widespread, some did occur and arrests were made. Mainstream media is saying this is the “calm before the storm,” and the longer the ruling class drags this out, the worse thing will end up.
Concerns over widespread extremist violence failed to materialize, luckily. National security experts have also claimed that there was no widespread foreign meddling efforts in the cyber realm just yet. But mainstream media outlet Time says in a headline that this is the “calm before the storm.”
Votes are still being “counted” in several states and Americans are waiting to see who their next president will be. But even mainstream media admits that the problem now is trusting the government officials tallying the results. Tensions are expected to heighten in the days ahead amid a protracted vote-counting process and without a clear winner.
“This, in some respects, may be the calm before the storm,” said Kristen Clarke, president and executive director of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. “We know that a big part of this election will be proper handling and counting of absentee ballots.”
Expect however is deemed the winner to have their win contested by the loser. Things could change and be swapped around too. For example, if they call it for Biden, Trump will contest the election results, demand recounts, and it could swing back to him. Just brace yourself. This could get very ugly. The chaos that is coming will be nothing like we have ever seen and personally, I believe the rulers and elitists know this.
Spotted the National Guard coming into Chicago and pulling into McCormick Place. pic.twitter.com/h6Ekzb1Vue
— GeorgeMycykNBC (@GeorgeMycykNBC) November 2, 2020
This has been planned out well in advance. The following was written on October 8, 2020:
Whatever will cause the greatest emotional response from the public is the way this thing will go. That’s pretty much what they have guaranteed.
It was part of Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s 10-day “preparedness plan,” which also included extra police and hundreds of heavy trucks ready to deploy around the city to protect neighborhood and business corridors in case of widespread violence. Chicago, like other cities around the nation, will continually re-evaluate security measures all the way to January 20, 2021, Inauguration Day.
“We’re preparing for the worst,” Lightfoot said. “Win or lose, someone’s going to be unhappy.”
Stay prepared, vigilant, and not overly emotionally invested. This chaos was preplanned. Do not participate in it.