Articles from Global Guerrillas
There's an electoral coup underway.
The number of potentially faithless Republican electors is now up to 50, more than enough to deny Trump the votes he needs for an EC win and/or give Hillary Clinton the votes she needs to win.
The stealth effort, led by liberals who believe Trump is a danger to the US, has been underway since the election.
On December 19, 2016 the electoral college will vote.
Based on the vote, Trump should receive 306 votes and Clinton will have 232.
However, it is possible for many electors to change their vote. They aren't bound by it.
There's currently a very well funded attempt to influence electors to flip their votes on December 19th to change the outcome of the election.
I'll get some down and dirty insurgent thinking up tomorrow.
In the meantime, here's some of my thinking on a strategic concept that could direct the development of autonomous robotics. It's called cognitive dominance.
During this year's US election, what is the most common form of political communication?
Is TV, print, or online advertisements? No.
Is TV, print, or online journalism? No.
The most common form of political messaging is found on social networking. It's called a meme.
A meme is an image and with a bit of text that conveys a very precise emotion or idea. Up until this election, they were usually packaged like this: