By JD Heyes - naturalnews.com |
If you wondered whether America's top corporate CEOs support the billionaire president, Donald Trump, whose economic policies made every single one of them wealthier during his first term in office, we can answer that question definitively.
No. They don't.
One of the things that has most struck us as odd during the 2020 election is the number of people voting against their economic interests by backing Joe Biden. He's a Democrat; he's said he wants to raise taxes on corporations; he has said he will reverse many of President Trump's economic and trade policies; he is championing Green New Deal and other climate change policies that are going to decimate gross domestic product; he admitted during debates he wants to ban the fracking industry.
So, given all of this, why in the world would Fortune 500 CEOs pledge to 'intervene' if Biden, the economy killer, isn't installed in the White House on Jan. 20?
We have no idea. But that's what CBS News is reporting:
"On November 6, more than two dozen CEOs of major U.S. corporations took part in a video conference to discuss what to do if President Trump refuses to leave office or takes other steps to stay in power beyond the scheduled January 20 inauguration of Biden."
Biden was declared the election winner by The Associated Press and other fake news organizations.
Fact check: News organizations don't get to determine who the president-elect is; electors do that, and they are chosen by states.
In any event, the CEOs "agreed that Trump had the right to pursue legal challenges alleging voter fraud" (my, that's awfully big of them). However, they said if President Trump were to attempt to bypass the legal process or otherwise disrupts the "peaceful transfer of power" (neither of which he has threatened to do, by the way), the executives talked about going public with statements pressuring Republican lawmakers in the states who may want to award their electors to the president instead of Biden (even though it's apparent that Biden's 'victory' is fake).
"They're all fine with him taking an appeal to the court, to a judicial process. They didn't want to deny him that. But that doesn't stop the transition," said Yale Management Professor Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, who put the meeting together. "They said if that makes people feel better, it doesn't hurt anything to let that grind through."
But we already know 'which side' the CEOs are on. A day after the video conference, the Business Roundtable, a group that represents America's biggest corporations including Walmart, General Electric and Apple, issued a statement congratulating Biden and running mate Kamala Harris. The statement essentially supported what the CEOs discussed - recognizing the president's right to file legal challenges (again, how generous of them).
That said, "There is no indication that any of these would change the outcome," the statement said.
As for transparency, we're not going to get any. The attendees of the video conference only participated on the condition that their identities remain hidden. Also, the attendees claimed that they had "seen no evidence" of widespread voter fraud, despite the fact that Trump campaign lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell claim they have so much of it that when they release it, the evidence will change the election results.
In the meantime, like the election itself, Americans have once again had their representation stolen from them, this time from the titans and captains of industry, much like we did in the 20th century.
Some things never change.
HEAD OF ARIZONA VOTE CALLS TRUMP SUPPORTERS NAZI'S
By Ethan Huff - distributednews.com
Regardless of what ends up being decided in Arizona as far as the election goes, Secretary of State Katie Hobbs will probably double down on the belief that Joe Biden is the winner, seeing as how she thinks Donald Trump and his base are "neo-Nazis."
The overseer of her state's contested vote, Hobbs served as a Democratic state senator immediately prior to becoming secretary of state in 2018. And similar to what is now taking place with the 2020 presidential election, Hobbs was far behind her opponent on election night, only to mysteriously take the lead in the days that followed.
As more votes were discovered and counted, Hobbs seized a victory that some have speculated may have been due to fraud. With that said, the chances of Hobbs conceding to a Biden loss in Arizona are slim.
While she was still a state senator in 2017, Hobbs tweeted her belief that President Trump was "more interested in pandering to his neo-nazi base than being @POTUS for all Americans." She also went off the rails in response to Trump's statement concerning the Charlottesville incident that there were "very fine people" on both sides.
Trump was of course referring to the patriot group that had originally planned to meet for a rally in Charlottesville, only to be infiltrated by an alleged white supremacist group that started marching around with tiki torches. On the other side were protesters who had similarly been infiltrated with violent Antifa agitators.
But to Hobbs and many other leftists, all patriots and Trump supporters are white supremacist neo-Nazi that should never be called "fine people."
"The president is on the side of the freaking Nazis," Hobbs tweeted. "Don't just say stuff - DO SOMETHING!!!"
Two days later, Hobbs tweeted that people should have been openly condemning the president "for not condemning nazis," again doubling down on the fake news narrative that Trump had praised white supremacists in stating that there was both "violence" and "fine people" on both sides of the protest.
Immediately following election day in 2020, Hobbs made it clear that she does not believe there will be any recount of the presidential vote in Arizona, despite prolific evidence of fraud, including the "Sharpiegate" scandal.
Local media outlet ABC 15 echoed this when it reported that:
"Under Arizona law, an election has to be decided by 200 votes or less, or one-tenth of one percent of the votes cast, whichever is the smaller number. No one is predicting either candidate will lose by 200 votes."
In other words, in order for there to be a recount, the tallies would have to be within a very close margin, which they currently are not, according to the official count. Thus, Hobbs has declared that there will not be a recount, and that is supposedly that.
Now, should the president pursue legal action in Arizona, that could change. Time will tell if that happens or not, as it more than likely depends on whether the Trump campaign believes it needs to launch a case there in order to gain enough electoral votes for a victory.
"After four years of 'resist,' denigrate, accuse, and undermine, they now say 'UNITE!'" wrote one Breitbart News commenter about the hypocrisy of Democrats demanding that Republicans accept a highly questionable Biden "win," even as they continue to reject the Trump presidency that began in 2017.
"We will unite in opposition to these communist leftists. We will defend our honor. We will defend our homeland. We will defend our constitution."