Has anyone really sat down to contemplate what will happen when Clinton wins the election? Clearly the Radicals will not accept her, or anyone other than their own tried-and-true fringe head cases, and they are well known for their extreme, unreasoning actions. So what will be the outcome of the 2016 election?
The easy one is if we retake the Senate. Even without the House, the Clinton administration can stack the courts with proper liberal and populist justices, thus starting the long process of dismantling the Radical White Power machine. Given that, there is a realistic prospect of permanent change come the 2020 reapportionment since many of the present Radical Governors and Legislatures will have been swept away by a true ‘we the people’ tide.
But suppose we don’t take the Senate? What then?
We already have solid, reasonable speculation that a Radical Senate will block all Clinton judicial appointments. It is not much of a leap to presume they would block all administrative appointments as well, not to mention Cabinet level appointments.
This later is the best weapon the Radicals have to nullify a Clinton presidency. Without a Cabinet, how can she function? This is a Clear and Present Danger, and she must be prepared to meet it.
There is one answer to this assault on our way of governance. Anyone entering public office has to swear an oath to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States; such oath stating among other things that the oath-giver will ‘faithfully execute the office’ they have been granted.
If a public officer refuses to do their duty (eh, MacConnell?) by deliberately refusing to even consider appointments, they violate their oath of office. By doing that, they lose any legal claim to the seat they hold. (The mere fact one is elected to a post doesn’t matter: that only give you the right to take the Oath and assume the duties of office.)
In such a case, Clinton will be entirely within her duties to ‘defend and uphold the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic’ by declaring those seats vacant.
Assume the Tea-Nuts and a fair scattering of the worst Radical leadership are suddenly ‘vacant’, the rest of them will be thrown into disarray, and the balance of power in both chambers will shift dramatically (thus allowing a wave of legislation to affirm the move). The Supreme Court won’t like it (can’t fault ‘em for that) but the move would come on solid legal ground and in response to the greatest Constitutional crisis since Fort Sumpter. They won’t have much choice but to go along, especially if the 9th Justice is appointed promptly.
But how will the Radicals react? Aye, that’s the rub.
This strategy undoes the one major tool they have left to hold back a rising tide of multi-culturalism. Considering their mindset and the existential threat they will face, they will have to respond. How they respond is hard to say, but the odds are good it won’t be pretty.
This is a huge step for any administration to take, but seeing that the United States is presently ungovernable, the alternatives are to face the Wrath of Cons, or admit the US of A is a failed state.