Failing to persuade voters to support
their discredited agenda, Democrats are now determined to use a false
flag strategy to advance their plan to steal a Senate majority this
Masquerading as independents in four key Senate races, Democratic
candidates are embracing a wolf-in-sheep's-clothing tactic to fool
voters into believing that they are not the party hack/Obama rubber
stamps they truly are.
By pretending that they are Independents, they can take power and help
Obama implement his plan to create a single ruling party government in
I have been warning about Obama's plan in my new bestseller "Power Grab: Obama's Dangerous Plan for a One Party Nation."
As the Democratic campaigns unfold, my main thesis is backed up by the facts on the ground.
Were these "independent" Democrats true Independents, their presence in
our national politics would be welcome. But they are not.
If elected, they would each meekly cast their ballots for Harry Reid to
be Majority Leader and form a tame part of his bloc that controls the
In South Dakota, former Republican senator turned liberal Democrat Larry
Pressler is running as an "independent" against former Governor Mike
Rounds, the Republican candidate. The latest polling puts him only
two points behind Rounds. Having served three terms as a GOP senator,
Pressler backed Obama in 2008 and 2012 and supports Obamacare. His
strategy is either to win or to take enough votes away from Rounds to
elect Rick Weiland, the overt Democratic candidate. The South Dakota
seat had been written off as a certain Republican pickup until Pressler
implemented the false flag strategy.
In Kansas, Republican Pat Roberts was coasting to a fourth Senate term
when Greg Orman jumped into the race as an independent. Orman, who
voted for Obama in 2008 and 2012, backs Obamacare, embraces the
Democratic platform in toto, and actually tried to run before as a
Democrat. But now he’s an "Independent." The fact that George Soros'
son is reportedly hosting a fundraiser for Orman should make clear he's
In North Carolina, Republican Thom Tillis is locked in a close battle
against Democratic Senator Kay Hagan. The only reason the race is close
in this state Mitt Romney carried in 2012 is the presence of Sean Haugh,
a pizza delivery man running as the Libertarian Party candidate. Haugh
draws between 4 and 8 percent of the vote, in various polls, but all of
it comes from Tillis, the Republican candidate. Where is Haugh getting
his support? His money? Ask the Democrats.
In Kentucky, Alison Lundergan Grimes -- running against Republican
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell -- refuses to say if she voted
for Obama in 2008 or 2012. Obviously, she did. And just as obviously,
she is running away from it now. She says she will oppose Obama’s war
on coal, but, if elected, it is clear she will toe the party line as
The Democrats first used false flag strategy in Maine in 2012 when
Governor Angus King, running as an Independent, took the Republican seat
formerly occupied by Olympia Snowe.
Once in the Senate, all traces of independence vanished and he fell in line with the Democratic Caucus.
Indeed, Independent Senator Bernie Sanders told his Vermont voters that
he, too, was not a Democrat. But at least Bernie had the guts to call
himself what he really is -- a Socialist.
The new Democrat "Independents" have no such courage.