It’s Labor Day, but not here in 2018.
Let’s fast forward to 2020… just two months before the next presidential election. Voters in America are facing a stark choice.
It’s President Nancy Pelosi against her Republican challenger.
Yes, you read that right!
Back in 2018, Americans voted overwhelmingly for Democrats. Liberals SWEPT into control in the House of Representatives and – to the shock of even longtime observers – unexpected wins in Texas, Nebraska and Tennessee gave Democrats control of the Senate, too.
We all remember what happened next.
As first reported by Axios in August 2018, Pelosi and the Democrats had a “hell list” ready. They launched 100 investigations against President Donald Trump immediately after they took control, effectively overwhelming the White House legal team.
They investigated everything from the Mar-a-Lago membership list to Jared Kushner’s family businesses, not to mention James Comey, Stormy Daniels, Vice President Mike Pence, China, Russia, Mexico and more.
As planned, Capitol Hill turned into a daily circus… and it had the effect they were looking for: The relentless investigations, hearings and subpoenas bogged down the entire administration.
Trump appointees and career government officials alike resigned both to duck the endless investigations and because they could no longer effectively do their jobs, including – most shockingly of all – Pence himself.
And with Democrats in control, anyone Trump appointed as a replacement found his or her self quickly bogged down by grandstanding lawmakers.
The result? Government work came to a halt.
But the leftists weren’t happy just slowing the Trump agenda.
They had another plan… a much bigger one… and they wasted no time with that one as well, launching impeachment proceedings against Trump even before special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation was complete.
The impeachment proceedings were tense; it seemed unlikely that two-thirds of the Senate would vote to convict Trump, as would be required to force him out of office.
But then something unexpected happened.
Trump resigned to protect his family from the threat of prison time by unfair Democrat-run investigations, including state charges by aggressive and politically motivated attorneys general in New York and California that would’ve put them out of reach of a presidential pardon.
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He did what any father would do: He sacrificed himself to save his kids. Mob rule had taken over.
With Pence already chased out of office, the unprecedented happened.
For the first time in U.S. history, the second in the line of succession took control of the White House: Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi.
And the new president wasted no time dismantling what was left of the Trump legacy and securing power for herself.
With Democrats controlling all three branches of government, Pelosi entitlement and welfare spending quickly shot through the roof. Of course, she needed massive tax increases to pay for these crony programs. Regulations and restrictions returned bigger than ever, which meant the economy crumbled.
When poverty and unemployment surged, Pelosi passed even more welfare entitlement programs… and then demanded more tax hikes. It was a vicious cycle.
Then, Pelosi and the Democrats issued sweeping amnesty for illegal immigrants. They opened the borders, and foreign-born workers flooded in to claim citizenship, drive down wages even further… and register to vote.
Now, at last in 2020, Pelosi has to face the electorate… most of whom are financial dependent on government handouts.
But those that aren’t can’t even get to the polls!
Borrowing a page from the Democrats’ Klu Klux Klan history, a new wave of violent alt-left “Antifa” protests are threatening to keep conservatives home on Election Day. There’s so much election-related unrest that there’s even talk of sending in foreign UN observers!
Is this scenario unlikely? Right now, it would seem so. But is it impossible? Never say impossible anymore.
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Trump reawakened the “silent majority,” which turned out for him in droves in 2016. But voter complacency – always a problem in the United States – and frustration over election rigging could keep some of them home this year.
And that could set the stage for a future no one can predict.
— The Horn editorial team