Quit trying to analyze the 2022 midterm election as candidate mishaps, party tomfoolery or fraud. This mid-term debacle was a result of election redirection via redistricting. In fact, so was the 2020 election. I discovered the insidiousness of this fact as I was researching the Ohio Constitution Article XI: Apportionment, for the class I teach.
Wow, I hit the Mega-jackpot, wish it was the billion that was recently claimed, but this is bigger. While all the political heads are high on who knows what, these election results were strategically planned beginning in 2010 and fully implemented in 2014 with their shining ‘dark star’ (Newtonian Mechanics) making major moves in 2018. With law suits and state constitutional initiatives, the key ‘in play’ states were targeted. Many of the targeted states resulted in the strategic outcomes as intended by the implemented redistricting efforts.
Election Redirection – gerrymander the gerrymanders with Gerrymandering
Does that heading sound confusing? Well you should read through the Ohio Constitution Amendment of 2018 and your confusion will be, confused. The 2018 Amendment to Article XI of the Ohio Constitution was the work of a specific group that I talk about. Not only was Ohio on the target list but so was: Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and Wisconsin. See any patterns here?