Make America Paraguay again

Nothing says ‘Defend the Constitution’
like a good old military putsch!

‘Tis the season for TREASON!

Ol’ Sparky says it is “Recalculating!” Demands 11,780 more punch cards NOW!

ParaguayBlaska Policy Werkes has laid in 11,780 vacuum tubes should our 1955 b&w Philco overheat during Wednesday’s must-watch TV: Both the Senate and the House of Representatives will convene at 12 noon 01-06-21 to certify the states’ electoral votes at 12 noon — or to stand up for Trump and make America Paraguay Again!

⇒ My Republican friends are quoting Ulysses S. Grant, “There are but two parties, patriots and traitors,” to justify secession over Trump’s defeat!

The mainstream news media is lying (once again), they say, about Trump’s phone call to Georgia election official Brad Raffensperger, a Republican who voted Trump. “I just want to find 11,780 votes.”

“It’s not social media, it’s Trump media!” — the President of the United States.

“There is nothing wrong with saying, you know, that you recalculated,” the president told Georgia’s secretary of state. At least the Trump bitter-enders realize how awful that sounds. The Ukraine phone call should  not have been impeached; this one should.

Some dare call it ‘TREASON!’

The Wall Street Journal wanted Trump to win as much as anyone, but notes:

The courts have rejected every Trump campaign attempt to intervene in the state results, often by judges appointed by the President. Mr. Trump’s lawyers make charges in public that they won’t even bring to a court, perhaps because they know there are penalties for speaking falsely before judges.

As Republican Sen. Pat Toomey has shown, the voting evidence from Pennsylvania is that Mr. Trump lost fair and square. Republicans down ballot did well. Mr. Trump did relatively better in Philadelphia in 2020 than in 2016, but he lost ground in the suburbs.

TREASON! According to the Morning Dispatch, Sen. Tom Cotton, who is considered in Washington to be a reliable Trump ally, announced he will not object to the electoral results. “The Founders entrusted our elections chiefly to the states—not Congress,” he said. “They entrusted the election of our president to the people, acting through the Electoral College — not Congress. And they entrusted the adjudication of election disputes to the courts —not Congress.” TREASON!

A group of current House Republicans, including Rep. Mike Gallagher, R-Green Bay,  released a statement criticizing the effort on Sunday, making the case that Congress should not be able to dictate election results to the states. “To unconstitutionally insert Congress into the center of the presidential election process,” they argued, “would amount to stealing power from the people and the states.”
the Morning Dispatch reports. TREASON!

Hair of the dog that bit you

As an object lesson, Rep. Chip Roy, a conservative from Texas who once served as Sen. Ted Cruz’ chief of staff, will object to seating 67 members of the House of Representatives elected in November from Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.

caning of Sen. Sumner

“The move essentially called his fellow House Republicans on their bluff: They are planning to object to the results of the presidential election in those six swing states, but not the results of their own elections,” The Dispatch reports.

⇒ Former House Speaker Paul Ryan, once my political party’s vice presidential candidate, is now a TRAITOR! for suggesting that Donald Trump lost the election. Coming soon: amateurishly doctored photographs of Mr. Ryan in the company of Ghislaine Maxwell. 

We will be disappointed if a brawl or two does not break out. A good, hair-pulling cat fight between Nancy Pelosi and Liz Cheney! A stout caning is in order, as well, to replicate that administered in 1856 to abolitionist senator Charles Sumner by a pro-slavery congressman from South Carolina. We’re thinking Bernie Sanders versus Chuck Grassley, best of three falls. Vince McMahon will call the action ringside. TREASON!

Blaska’s Bottom Line: Firing on Fort Sumter to follow.

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36 Responses to Make America Paraguay again

  1. patrickmoloughlin says:

    Here’s a thought for the bitter enders. Maybe they should raise a measly $6 million and offer $1 million per state as a reward in each of the contested swing states for any individual who will confirm with PROOF of significant voter fraud aimed at Trump. As much as the left hates Trump, there would be line around the block for $1 million cash. That would be money far better spent than trying to hang it on Hugo Chavez.

    Liked by 1 person

    • richard -lesiak says:

      Been done dude. Texas Lt. Gov Dan Patrick offered a million for proof of voter fraud. Lt. Gov. Fetterman of Pennsylvania gave him three. All Trump voters. Patrick stiffed him on the bet. As Fetterman said;” Trump won 100% of the dead mother vote.”


  2. Gary Kriewald says:

    Paraguay is starting to sound better and better, especially as Jan. 20th approaches. The climate is a vast improvement on Wisconsin’s, there’s no incessant whining about systemic racism and social justice by the media, and the Generalissimo in charge is decked out like a Christmas tree. Un paradiso sin traidores.

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  3. President Trump’s phone call to Brad Raffensperger was yet another prime example of Trump exhibiting his Foot-In-Mouth Syndrome.

    Is the phone call an example of “Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors” requiring an impeachment, probably not.


    • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

      “Is the phone call an example of “Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors” requiring an impeachment, probably not.”

      But you know that the Axis of Unethical Conduct, the Great Stupid, the local blogge idiot, and Lefty generally will be pitching it that way, fact-based reality be damned.

      The Gotch

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      • Gotch wrote, “But you know that the Axis of Unethical Conduct, the Great Stupid, the local blogge idiot, and Lefty generally will be pitching it that way, fact-based reality be damned.”

        Truthfully Gotch, they really aren’t the only ones. Some Republicans are starting to lean that way too, I want to see their arguments.

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        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          The Great Stupid is FAR more virulent and contagious than the WuHan Virus; heck, it’s even reared its laughably empty head on this thread.

          It’s worse because there exists no anti-virus, and like herpes, it never goes away.

          The Gotch


        • richard -lesiak says:

          An example is Tom Cotton. Trump loyalist, stands up for the election process, gets tossed under the bus and threatened by Donny T.


        • Richard,
          Maybe you don’t realize it, probably because you consume so much progressive propaganda, but the election process includes things like Congressmen challenging electoral votes, these things are covered in the Constitution and are legal political maneuvers. It’s been done in the past, this is not the first time.

          Stop demonizing what’s taking place because you don’t like it, by doing so you demonize the Constitution and that puts you in direct conflict with the Constitution and in direct conflict to people, like me, that support the Constitution 100% as written. Do you seriously want to be in direct opposition to the United States Constitution and those that have sworn their life to support it?

          Keep your BS propaganda parroting to yourself and let this thing play out the way the Constitution dictates.

          If you don’t like the Constitution then you can FO and leave the USA.

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        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          “If you don’t like the Constitution then you can FO and leave the USA.”

          Hear Hear! Run THAT up the flagpole!!!!!

          Run that other thing out on a rail!!

          The Gotch

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        • richard -lesiak says:

          I know all about congressmen questioning elections. My point is that after Cotton proved to be a loyal trumpian one word going against trump got him trashed by Donny. The guy will turn on long time supporters faster than a kraken on krack(en).


    • richard -lesiak says:

      Just learned that by Georgia law only one party has to agree to have a phone call recorded. Who that party was in this case is not known as who leaked it. If I were dealing with this mob I would record and document everything. Like the old Zebon song; “send rudy, tweets and money….the sh^t has hit the fan.”


      • Richard wrote, “Just learned that by Georgia law only one party has to agree to have a phone call recorded.”

        That may be in Georgia, I’m not up on those kind of laws across the USA; however, there are also laws around the USA about publicly releasing recordings which have been recorded without the knowledge of those on the recording.

        Someone’s head may roll if it was illegal to release the recording but politically speaking it’s an elephant in the room for President Trump.


    • richard -lesiak says:

      You “liked” your own post?


  4. No Body says:

    2020 has greatly simplified the election process.
    From now on this will be the standard voting machine.


  5. Larsen E. Whipsnade says:

    At first, I didn’t like very much having the Stockholm Syndrome but, after a while, I now do.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. old baldy says:

    I seldom agree with Dave, but I sure do on this issue. Why isn’t the trump tape sufficient evidence for a charge (looks like both GA and Feds have the capability) of soliciting election fraud? Geez, how some of you would be screaming if a D did this, yet many of you so called law and order folks are ignoring this attempt to overthrow a legitimate election. Amazing.


  7. sleeperd says:

    Bill Barr claims to have kept the numerous investigations into a presidential candidates’ family secret… so as not to influence the election.

    The margin of victory for Biden was so small in crucial states that had these investigations been known, there is no doubt we would be facing another 4 years of peace and prosperity under Donald Trump… instead of more wars, economic chaos and gender-bending, racebaiting identity politics.

    This simple fact alone shows that this “election” has been stolen from the American people.


  8. Leo says:

    once again, Trump commits treason out in the open Anyone for impeachment Pt 2? And this time,’convict the demagoue and send him home to manhattqn.


  9. Batman says:

    One cannot get directly into the heads and hearts of any self-identified conservative who dismisses the possibility of any significant election fraud in 2020. But we should at least try to figure out this riddle because the future of election integrity—and therefore, freedom—depends on it. Why not investigate? Here are just five possibilities.

    *Possibility 1: They really believe the election was fair and that any questions about fraud should go unaddressed now and in the future. I think we can dismiss this one. They probably aren’t that detached from reality. If they were sincere, they would at least want an investigation to alleviate the massive amounts of distrust poisoning society.

    They also exhibit a huge double standard by rejecting an immediate follow-up investigation while accepting four solid years of Democrats’ non-stop obstruction of Congress with the “Russian collusion” hoax after the 2016 election.

    **Possibility 2: They feel that there were indeed abnormalities and insecure voting, but since they don’t see clear proof, they think the election should go unchallenged. I understand concerns about perceptions, about conservatives looking like sore losers going forward. But the stakes are too high. And it’s odd that conservatives must ask no questions after just a few weeks of the craziest election in American history, while Democrats could proceed for four solid years of fake claims of “Russian interference in the 2016 election.”

    But this self-inflicted double standard goes far deeper. If we don’t allow the wild abnormalities of 2020 to go without scrutiny, how in the world can we ever have any free and fair elections going forward? The answer is: we cannot because we will have institutionalized the abnormalities by letting them go.

    If nothing else, conservatives must all be on board with addressing the disastrous crisis of trust this election has produced. The only way to do that is by conducting a thorough and transparent investigation into every aspect of this election. Why not give this election even 10 percent of the focus and time the Democrats gave the 2016 election?

    ***Possibility 3: They have something to hide. Just ponder the depth of the rot and swamp gas in Washington as well as Communist China’s deep roots there. Covering up something fishy is usually the motive behind the massive denials of fraud and gaslighting that have saturated social media since the election.

    We all know in our gut that our institutions have been badly corrupted. Election fraud is a no-brainer for the shameless and the corrupt. So we can’t rule out this possibility.

    ****Possibility 4: They were never conservatives to begin with. Obviously, this is the case with the “Lincoln Project” and its corps of Never Trumpers. They’ve now proven no true allegiance to constitutional principles, and have joined the left in calling for revenge on all Trump supporters.

    Campaigning to put your perceived enemies into gulags is not exactly a conservative principle. But we can ask the same question of those who seem less extremist such as former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan: Was he ever a real conservative to begin with? Or he is an opportunist who found a convenient host in the Republican Party?

    In any event, it’s pointless not to expect a big disconnect between “conservative” elites and most conservative Americans. After all, the Marxist forces that gained a strong foothold in the Democrat Party since 1968 have made a point of affecting the GOP as well. We’re only just noticing.

    *****Possibility 5: They are saturated with status anxiety or simply feel personal pressure to make nice with a Harris-Biden administration. The most obvious possibility is that they feel career pressure to establish bona fides with the perceived winner. In short, they’re scared.

    I think this garden-variety cowardice most likely explains the self-identified conservatives who join in the scapegoating of Trump’s supporters. We can even detect this herd instinct in televangelist Pat Robertson’s claim that Biden won fair and square. Having been the butt of ridicule in the past, perhaps the aging Robertson is aching for a pat on the back from his erstwhile enemies.

    No one is immune from that human frailty. There is a yearning to retain a sense of relevance, even in a new and hostile order, while at the same time pretending to espouse one’s adopted principles. Too often, the center can’t hold, and venal interests win out over principles.

    In the end, every American of good will should be committed to restoring trust in the election process, if that’s still possible. We should have all been interested in getting an accurate count, no matter who won in the end. That doesn’t mean re-counting votes that could be bogus. It means auditing votes, investigating voting processes, and doing everything possible to restore public trust in elections.

    Otherwise, abnormality becomes the “new normal” and self-governance is lost. It’s tragic that so many so-called conservatives have refused to do anything to even try to restore that trust.


    • Madison1218 says:

      ****Possibility 6: You’re wrong. Biden won and it’s too much to handle for the far right Professional Victim Society.

      ****Possibility 7: Trump caused all of this ‘doubt’ by shouting fraud for the past 6 months, then uses the fact-less doubt he created to raise money and salve his wounded ego.

      ****Possibility 8: The true Trump Derangement Syndrome is on display by people who believe anything he says even though ALL rational information says otherwise.

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    • Liberty says:

      Beautifully done, Batman! I also recommend checking out Mark Levin.

      It’s unfortunate, thought not surprising, that after producing an intelligent analysis, the one lowly reply you receive is full of TDS fluff. Sounds like someone has been reading from the Saul Alinsky playbook. Accuse your opponents of what you, yourself are guilty of.

      If it makes you feel any better, I think it’s safe to say that most conservatives hold at least most of your view.

      Blaska & other conservative commentators are certainly entitled to their opinion, but it seems to be coming from a place of never-Trumpism.

      What they don’t seem to realize is that the NEW GOP is not yesterday’s GOP. We are no longer the party of the status quo and RINOism. We are more diverse (look at all the women & people of color who unseated Dems!), united, and passionate than ever before. This is BECAUSE of Trump, not in spite of him. Republicans were able to flip seats BECAUSE of Trump, not in spite of him.

      When most of the people commenting and agreeing with you on your conservative blog are leftists & TDSers, I think it’s a sign to perhaps rethink what others in your party are saying. Differing views are a beautiful thing, but this feels more like a “Screw you.”


      • Madison1218 says:

        Would this wonderful new republican party be the ones that are currently rioting and destroying property in our capitol?


        • georgessson says:

          Mad1218 -Kinda thinkin’ Bats & Liberty are describing somethin’ else, whilst you are recalling the Dems repulsive response to Scottie re-election and Trump’s victory in 2016 and yer makin’ a dimwitted compo. Jes’ sayin’…


        • Liberty says:

          What a FEW are doing in the Capitol is outrageous and should not be tolerated. They don’t represent me or anyone I know.

          Every single conservative I follow has disavowed this behavior. EVERY SINGLE ONE.

          Far from leftists, who mostly stood silent ALL SUMMER as leftist domestic terrorists destroyed our cities. Wouldn’t you say?

          I can disavow violence regardless of where it originates. CAN YOU? If you’re upset about today but remained silent during Antifa’s reign of terror, then you’re a hypocrite.


      • Batman says:

        The *five possibilities* I posted are excerpts from the article I linked. Should have made that clear, I usually do.


        • Madison1218 says:

          Check the record Liberty. I was on these pages repeatedly this summer denouncing the violence and destruction in our City. I was particularly disgusted with our Mayor who not only didn’t fight against it, but actually encouraged and enabled it (remember “I thank you for your anger”?). What happened last summer made me sick and I called it out.
          It’s telling that instead of doing the same for what happened yesterday, instead of calling our President out for inciting a riot, so many just justify it with a huge dose of ‘what about-ism’.
          Enough already. Wrong is wrong. And neither side has a monopoly on virtue.


        • Liberty says:


          And as you read above, I too am consistent in my denouncing violence, regardless of where it comes from.

          Neither side is virtuous, but let’s get real here. Where has most of the violence we’ve seen of late originated from? Seattle. Portland. Chicago. NYC. Madison. These are DEMOCRATIC-run cities.

          Look at all the rallies Trump has had, hundreds of thousands of people, most without incident. (In fact, Trump supporters were largely the ones getting the crap knocked out of them.) Can you really say the same thing about leftist rallies?

          Besides, there’s evidence that at least some of the infiltrators were Antifa members posing as Trump supporters. Surprise!


  10. Liberty says:


    Don’t you see, when leftists terrorize citizens, destroy cities, and blow up police cars, it’s in the name of “justice”. We should all sit back, shut up, listen and be willing to be terrorized and brow-beaten because these are voices of the “unheard.”


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