If aliens landed in my backyard and asked me to take them to our nation's leader, I would have a tough time finding a means to fulfill their request. America doesn't have a leader at the national level. Instead, we have a federal (feral?) administration in Washington D.C. that more closely resembles a collective of inmates housed in the Arkham Asylum from the Batman series.
The inmates are running loose while senior management appears unaware of what's really happening.
Our Chief Executive seems, and probably is, clueless, but there are people in management who know what they are doing, why they are doing it, and for whom. Can you say China, the World Economic Forum, the International Monetary Fund, Soros, Gates, and others?
Be honest; Joe Biden is a pen meant to sign stuff and let the deep state run the show. The goal is to limit his exposure to the public, cover for his gaffes, and keep executing the plan. A kind of Manchurian candidate, if you will.
This level of failure can only be planned.
This might explain Biden's work schedule of only 11:00 am to 4:00 or 5:00 pm each day, with weekends spent at a beach house managing his cognitive decline. This could be why department heads and members of the cabinet roam the country and world saying things that make no sense to any rational person still listening. The insane run loose to distract the people from what's really happening. It's why they say things like:
"I am here, standing here on the northern flank, on the eastern flank, talking about what we have in terms of the eastern flank and our NATO allies, and what is at stake at this very moment, what is at stake this very moment are some of the guiding principles…"
Vice President Harris
"It is time for us to do what we have been doing. And that time is every day. Every day it is time for us to agree that there are things and tools that are available to us to slow this thing down."
Vice President Harris
Our focus on the inmates leaves time for the real deep-state swamp monsters to develop and execute plans to undermine the nation's security and continue to destroy our constitution, country, and people.
Maybe even start another world war, including the ongoing war on the Southern border.
Even this asylum needs a Joker laughing while a country burns, so let's give her a name – Susan Rice. She's overseeing the chess moves in the White House while the patients run amok, keeping the unaware distracted. Naming the one providing her orders is open for debate. But we need to ignore the circus clowns and pay attention to what really matters. Food shortages, energy access and cost, election integrity, the border invasion, BRICS expansion and the threat to the petrodollar, and the weakening of the military.
The beautiful thing about running a nationwide network of people based on trust is that we attract whistleblowers and those trying to survive in D.C. They tell the truth about what is happening whenever they can. They are the ones with heads held low to weather the storm. They hope D.C. can become that shining city on a hill rather than what it is today, an asylum of madness. A mix of those who've utterly lost their minds and the evil geniuses behind twisted masks. Add in Mayors like Lori Lightfoot, rename Chicago as Gotham, and the sick story grows nationwide.
In Batman: Arkham Asylum, the Joker said: "[I'm] in control of the asylum. You're not going anywhere. I don't want you to. Understand?" This was a conversation between a hero and a villain; today, this is a villain talking to the American people. There are plenty of villains; it's a time for heroes.
It's time three hundred million plus Americans stop telling themselves they are just one person. It's time we answer the villains through peaceful rejection of their policies and by our heroic actions. It's time we tell state Governors they need to step in and realize the power of the 9th and 10th amendments of the U.S. Constitution.
It's time for the Great We-Set.
Fox: You see that the King did not write his own speech, Mr. Pitt.
Pitt: The King will do as he's told, Mr. Fox.
Fox: Then why not be rid of him? If a few ramshackle colonists in America can send him packing, why can't we?
The Madness of King George
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