US Presidential Elections are a Sham

sham: noun
1. To deceive; trick; cheat; delude with false pretenses.
7. Some device meant to give a thing a different outward appearance, as of neatness and finish, or to imitate something which it is not. – Century Dictionary

Yes, it is a sham. The media—mainstream news, alternative, and entertainment—are contrived into telling the common people to, “Make your voice heard” and that “Your vote matters”. We are encouraged by governments and corporations to vote for the US elections. Universities— who hire jesuitical, politically correct, and mostly left-leaning professors— encourage their students to participate in this american quadrennial ritual. Voting is referred to as “suffrage” which also means a prayer or petition to God in behalf of another; part of pleading in court involves “prayer” to the magistrate [a god].

suffrage: noun
2. The political right or act of voting; the exercise of the voting power in political affairs; especially, the right, under a representative government, of participating, directly or indirectly, in the choice of public officers and in the adoption or rejection of fundamental laws: usually with the definite article.
4. Eccles., an intercessory prayer or petition.
6. The prayers of the people in response to and as distinguished from the versicles or prayers said in litanies by the clergyman. – Century Dictionary

Participation in the suffrage is not a right, but is granted by a state on a consideration of that is most for the interest of the state… The grant of suffrage makes it a legal right until it is recalled and it is protected by the law as property is. – Black’s Law 4th

PRAY IN AID. In old English practice. To call upon for assistance. In real actions, the tenant might pray in aid or call for assistance of another, to help him to plead, because of the feebleness or imbecility of his own estate. – Black’s Law 4th

Prayer for relief [pray in aid] is a request or prayer made to the court. The term is usually shortened to prayer. A prayer is a part of a pleading, and it usually appears at the end of the pleading. It includes a request for specific relief or damages which the pleader deems himself entitled. – https://definitions.uslegal.com/p/prayer-for-relief/

Lets take a look on how the US presidential elections actually work.

The US does not have a direct election, but an indirect election where voters “pick the slate of electors instead of voting directly”, and consent to the States/electors who votes then elects the president.

When the voters of North Carolina voted this passed November they were actually voting to pick the slate of electors instead of voting directly for the president and the vice president.” – North Carolina Secretary of State Elaine Marshall at the 56th meeting of the North Carolina Electoral College
“… When you vote for a Presidential candidate, you aren’t actually voting for President. You are telling your State which candidate you want your State to vote for at the meeting of electors…”- https://www.archives.gov/electoral-college/electors#restrictions

The electors are chosen by political parties of the State which are private corporations. Private corporations do not have to follow their own rules. The common people have no say in this but must be subjected to it when they vote for US president. Even with primaries and caucuses, a political party [private corporations] can choose whoever they want to be their presidential candidate. In 2016 supporters of socialist Bernie Sanders brought legal action against the DNC for rigging the primary elections in favor of Hilary Clinton for the democratic presidential candidate [* *]. They argued that “they were denied a fair and impartial election and had given money to a campaign on the belief that it was fair and impartial”, but the gods [court] countered the notion in favor of DNC lawyers citing the obvious, “the DNC is a private corporation; therefore, voters cannot protect their rights by turning to the courts.”. And in 2020, the DNC conspired with the RNC to rig the primaries in favor of child molester Joe Biden. Some people think that the 2008/2012 primaries were also rigged against Ron Paul. He even says the US elections are rigged. They are, but both he and Bernie Sanders knew they weren’t going to be chosen, and they are willing participants playing roles. The result of this charade is carefully orchestrated political theater to bring in the right person for the jesuitical NWO.

“Choosing each State’s electors is a two-part process. First, the political parties [private corporations] in each State choose slates of potential electors sometime before the general election. Second, during the general election, the voters in each State select their State’s electors by casting their ballots…. Political parties often choose individuals for the slate to recognize their service and dedication to that political party.” – https://www.archives.gov/electoral-college/electors#restrictions

“A federal judge dismissed the DNC lawsuit on August 28. The court recognized that the DNC treated voters unfairly, but ruled that the DNC is a private corporation; therefore, voters cannot protect their rights by turning to the courts” – https://ivn.us/posts/dnc-to-court-we-are-a-private-corporation-with-no-obligation-to-follow-our-rules

Depending on the State the electors do not have to cast their electoral vote in accordance with the popular vote. In some States electors are bound by state law to cast their vote according to the popular vote. The other 21 States have no regulations preventing an elector to disregard the popular vote. When you vote you are actually selecting electors to possibly respect your choice for a national ruler. These 21 states can legally swing an election without any voting fraud.

There is no Constitutional provision or Federal law that requires electors to vote according to the results of the popular vote in their States. Some States, however, require electors to cast their votes according to the popular vote. These pledges fall into two categories—electors bound by State law and those bound by pledges to political parties.” – https://www.archives.gov/electoral-college/electors#restrictions

There is no federal law that requires electors to vote as they have pledged, but 29 states and the District of Columbia have legal control over how their electors vote in the Electoral College. This means their electors are bound by state law and/or by state or party pledge to cast their vote for the candidate that wins the statewide popular vote. At the same time, this also means that there are 21 states in the union that have no requirements of, or legal control over, their electors. Therefore, despite the outcome of a state’s popular vote, the state’s electors are ultimately free to vote in whatever manner they please, including an abstention, with no legal repercussions.” – http://archive.fairvote.org/?page=967

Voter fraud and election rigging are part of the voting process as well. The first happens quite frequently when you consider the fact that not all of those operations are caught. As for the latter, political parties have conspired to control the outcome of primary elections [as stated earlier in this article], and the same can be done with presidential elections. Also, programs can be made to change election results. A computer programmer admitted to it under oath.



Even without voter fraud and election rigging, can the vote of the common citizens—subjects, denizens, serfs—really make a difference in the US indirect presidential elections when 21 states don’t regulate the elector’s adherence to the popular vote, especially when political parties can choose whoever they want to be their presidential candidate despite the support of the public majority—like they did with Ron Paul and Bernie Sanders? Ultimately, no. These political parties work for the private land holders—who never adapted to 14th amendment citizenship and kept their private status—to help choose rulers to administrate the public trespassers (public citizens). But don’t think these private land holders, who are also recognized in the constitution as a capitonym term “We the People…”, are the top of the pyramid of control because they’re still, and happily, adherent to the Holy See and are too subjects to the Roman Pontiff.

‘When in Rome, do as the romans do’. The US presidential electoral process is a copy of the Holy Roman Empire’s concept of electors. This is not surprising when considering that Washington DC used to be called Rome.

The founders [of America] appropriated the concept of electors from the Holy Roman Empire (962-1806). An elector was one of a number of princes of the various German states within the Holy Roman Empire who had a right to participate in the election of the German king (who generally was crowned as emperor). The term “college” (from the Latin collegium), refers to a body of people that acts as a unit, as in the college of cardinals who advise the pope and vote in papal elections.” – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electoral_College_(Holy_Roman_Empire)

When voting some countries have the option of “none of the above/NOTA” which the US does not have. The only way to apply this option in the US is if 100% of the citizens do not vote. I would say to just not participate in the US presidential election, but “He who is silent appears to consent.”, so we’re screwed either way. But hey, you get a neat “I Voted” sticker after your time in the voting booth so you can virtue signal that you prayed in a national petition to the temporal gods to select a ruler to govern your commercial life!

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