Vote N.O.T.A. For President In 2016


N.O.T.A.

A new film by Clint Richardson


Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N6G2XwmszYE&feature=youtu.be

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What’s It About?
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It seems that no matter how many times or different ways I try to express myself, I have never been able to quite explain why it is that voting is a pointless endeavor, and specifically that the popular vote for president literally doesn’t count. I believe most folks actually think that I am speaking metaphorically, as if I was being ironic or poetic about the fate of the presidential elections and each of our individual ballots. But I wish to be clear here that seriously, the popular vote is worthless. It means absolutely nothing. It counts for diddly-squat. And I mean here that there is no reason or excuse why any decent man or woman in America should be voting in the popular election process.

I’m not exaggerating here… Let’s go to the source:

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“It is important to remember that the president of the United States is not chosen by nation-wide vote. The Electoral College vote totals determine the winner, not the statistical plurality or majority a candidate may have in the nation-wide popular vote totals.”

–National Archives and Records Administration, U.S Electoral College website (Link: http://www.archives.gov/federal-register/electoral-college/faq.html#ecpopulardiffer)

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When the government tells you bold-faced that your vote will not be counted, it seems you should listen. When government tells you that you don’t vote for president in any way, shape, or form, it seems you should ask yourself why billions are spent each year to promote the popular vote, since the president is absolutely not elected by the common national citizenry.

Since this totally open secret of just how the electoral process for president of the United States works seems to be completely out of the perception of most people, I thought I would take up the challenge and make this short documentary about it. And so I give this to you as a gift. It took four full-time weeks to research and put it together (aside from a life-time of research). I would love to see this go viral, but that is up to you. I have not made this merely for your peers in the various movements to watch, but for all of your friends and family suffering from that familiar and seemingly contagious cognitive dissonance. I figure that if you can show them this, as indisputable, verifiable evidence of the biggest lie of all the other government lies they never try or wish to consider, and they suddenly realize they’ve been fooled their whole lives into voting for presidents when clearly the commonalty has nothing to do with that election, then perhaps they may start to be curious about some other government lies and laws and institutions that cause them to act like complete fools.

Perhaps they may finally question their sense of patriotism, and finally get the clue that it is the private “People” of the several States (as the posterity of legitimate, landholding heirs) that vote for president through the Electoral College, not the national slaves-citizens of the district. All elections of course are State elections, be it for the House, the Senate, or the President. The popular (national) vote means nothing, being just for show, a stop for the plebes on the monopoly board every 2-4 years that somehow makes the subjects feel better about having rulers.

But most importantly, this film is the ultimate wake-up call. It will surprise most people, even my readers. It will shock anyone that has gone through the motions in the past and is about to go through them this year with the Trump vs. Hillary contest that is no contest at all, merely a false choice – for to vote for either candidate is pointless and only serves to legitimize the Electoral Process. The more the common people pole (vote) their popular opinion and express their illiteracy towards the election process by giving away their choice to vote “no” (N.O.T.A.) and instead voting “yes” for either candidate (as there is no place to vote “NO” to any and every candidate), then the popular vote continues to justify and ratify the Electoral College.

But hey, I’ll let NOTA tell you in his own words…

Please help to spread this to all the websites and radio stations and hosts, and ask them why they are promoting the popular vote when it simply isn’t used? I’m happy to interview or debate, and share this epitome of waking up. Repost and share to all. Don’t argue, just tell them to prove it wrong… or explain why government tells us plainly that our vote is worthless except to keep them in power through control of political parties and thus the electoral process.

Now… back to that book…

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–Clint Richardson (Realitybloger.wordpress.com)
–Sunday, September 25th, 2016

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17 Comments

  1. Merbailey

     /  September 26, 2016

    bolshoy spasibo, das vadanya, Cleent [big thank you..until we meet again], although my russian friend said, ‘God go with you’, was the interpretation implied..as God could not be freely said, at that time..and as it cannot be said here, any longer, either, it sadly seems. I had the name removed from the voter rolls as i refuse to continue to play that role in this farce of convoluted corruption. Keep your~~FREEquency~~(<3)~~high, comrade

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  2. Merbailey

     /  September 26, 2016

    just reading Yewtoob comments; oh brother! wonder why you bother, sometimes but Please, continue to! >>~~(((( >>>>>>>

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  3. We vote for electors in our state.

    Now 48 states have winner-take-all state laws for awarding electoral votes, 2 have district winner laws. Neither method is mentioned in the U.S. Constitution.

    The electors are and will be dedicated party activist supporters of the winning party’s candidate who meet briefly in mid-December to cast their totally predictable rubberstamped votes in accordance with their pre-announced pledges.

    There have been 22,991 electoral votes cast since presidential elections became competitive (in 1796), and only 17 have been cast in a deviant way, for someone other than the candidate nominated by the elector’s own political party (one clear faithless elector, 15 grand-standing votes, and one accidental vote). 1796 remains the only instance when the elector might have thought, at the time he voted, that his vote might affect the national outcome.

    States have enacted and can enact laws that guarantee the votes of their presidential electors

    The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld state laws guaranteeing faithful voting by presidential electors (because the states have plenary power over presidential electors).

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  4. To abolish the Electoral College would need a constitutional amendment, and could be stopped by states with as little as 3% of the U.S. population.

    Instead, By 2020, the National Popular Vote bill could guarantee the presidency to the candidate who receives the most popular votes in the country, by changing state winner-take-all laws (not mentioned in the U.S. Constitution, but later enacted by 48 states), without changing anything in the Constitution, using the built-in method that the Constitution provides for states to make changes.

    Every vote, everywhere, for every candidate, would be politically relevant and equal in every presidential election.
    No more distorting and divisive red and blue state maps of pre-determined outcomes.
    No more handful of ‘battleground’ states (where the two major political parties happen to have similar levels of support among voters) where voters and policies are more important than those of the voters in 38+ predictable states that have just been ‘spectators’ and ignored after the conventions.

    The bill would take effect when enacted by states with a majority of the electoral votes—270 of 538.
    All of the presidential electors from the enacting states will be supporters of the presidential candidate receiving the most popular votes in all 50 states (and DC)—thereby guaranteeing that candidate with an Electoral College majority.

    The bill has passed 34 state legislative chambers in 23 rural, small, medium, large, red, blue, and purple states with 261 electoral votes.
    The bill has been enacted by 11 small, medium, and large jurisdictions with 165 electoral votes – 61% of the 270 necessary to go into effect.

    NationalPopularVote

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  5. Lee Thomas

     /  September 27, 2016

    Fabulous! Thank you for all your research and hard work. I posted in comment section of Fellowshipodtheminds.com

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  6. Brilliantly done, Clint! Your voice over skill is quite good. 🙂

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  7. seriou

     /  September 28, 2016

    The problem with your text above is that the system is doing just what it should – the popular vote in terms of say a referendum would be utter insanity. History has shown this over and over, the mob is not very clever nor do they know what they’re doing with their votes.

    Imagine doing a referendum on refugees in Europe just now – those people would end up shot or in concentration camps tomorrow if the people had their say. Just a little stupid example of many.

    As for the electoral college, it’s all stated in Wikipedia as a matter of fact:

    “Candidates for elector are nominated by their state political parties in the months prior to Election Day. In some states, the electors are nominated in primaries, the same way that other candidates are nominated. In some states, such as Oklahoma, Virginia and North Carolina, electors are nominated in party conventions. In Pennsylvania, the campaign committee of each candidate names their candidates for elector (an attempt to discourage faithless electors).[31]

    Since the Civil War, all states have chosen presidential electors by popular vote. This process has been normalized to the point that the names of the electors appear on the ballot in only eight states: Tennessee, Arizona, Idaho, Louisiana, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, and South Dakota.[7][32]”

    As for some history, of course that was no american invention to begin with:

    “Early Germanic law stated that the German king led only with the support of his nobles. Thus, Pelayo needed to be elected by his Visigothic nobles before becoming king of Asturias, and so did Pepin the Short by Frankish nobles in order to become the first Carolingian king. While most other Germanic nations had developed a strictly hereditary system by the end of the first millennium, the Holy Roman Empire did not, and the King of the Romans, who would become Holy Roman Emperor or at least Emperor-elect, was selected by the college of prince-electors from the late Middle Ages until 1806 (the last election took place in 1792).

    In the Church, both the clergy and laity elected the bishop or presiding presbyter. However, for various reasons, such as a desire to reduce the influence of the state or the laity in ecclesiastical matters, electoral power became restricted to the clergy and, in the case of the Church in the West, exclusively to a college of the canons of the cathedral church. In the Pope’s case, the system of people and clergy was eventually replaced by a college of the important clergy of Rome, which eventually became known as the College of Cardinals. Since 1059, it has had exclusive authority over papal selection.

    In the 19th century and beyond, it was usual in many countries that voters did not directly vote the members of parliament. In Prussia for example, in 1849–1918 the voters were Urwähler (original voters), appointing with their vote a Wahlmann (elector). The group of electors in a district elected the deputy for the Prussian House of Representatives. Such indirect suffrage was a means to steer the voting, to make sure that the electors were “able” persons. For electors, the requirements were usually higher than for the original voters. The left wing opposition was very much opposed to indirect suffrage.

    Even today in the Netherlands, the deputies of the First Chamber are elected by the provincial parliaments. Those provincial parliaments form the electoral colleges for the First Chamber elections; the lists of candidates are national.”

    Notice the bold part and ask yourself why a stalinist or maoist is bound to hate that – it renders their usual mob tactics and populism juggling completely irrelevant. THINK about that little distinction and why it was introduced.

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    • Appreciate the comment, but appreciate more that it causes people to start looking themselves.

      The whole point of my video is not to debate the left/right opinion of the electoral college, but merely to cause people to understand that they are giving away their choice and accepting rulers by voting, which is the very opposite of what they think they are doing. They are giving away their choice and accepting tyranny, while claiming that voting is a choice and that it makes them free. The point is that since we are not following the law of nature, we are stuck following the law of organized crime against nature and thus ourselves.

      -Clint-

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    • The presidential election system, using the 48 state winner-take-all method or district winner method of awarding electoral votes used by 2 states, that we have today was not designed, anticipated, or favored by the Founding Fathers. It is the product of decades of change precipitated by the emergence of political parties and enactment by states of winner-take-all or district winner laws, not mentioned, much less endorsed, in the Constitution.

      In 1789, in the nation’s first election, the people had no vote for President in most states. And in the few where they could, only men who owned a substantial amount of property could vote. Eventually, state laws gave the people the right to vote for President in all 50 states and DC.

      The Electoral College is now the set of 538 dedicated party activists we vote for, who vote as rubberstamps for presidential candidates.

      None of this is not what the Founders intended.

      The National Popular Vote bill would end the disproportionate attention and influence of the “mob” in the current handful of closely divided battleground states, such as Ohio and Florida, while the “mobs” of the vast majority of states are ignored.

      In the 2012 presidential election, 1.3 million votes decided the winner in the ten states with the closest margins of victory.

      One analyst is predicting two million voters in seven counties are going to determine who wins the presidency in 2016.

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    • The electors are and will be dedicated party activist supporters of the winning party’s candidate who meet briefly in mid-December to cast their totally predictable rubberstamped votes in accordance with their pre-announced pledges.

      The current system does not provide some kind of check on the “mobs.” There have been 22,991 electoral votes cast since presidential elections became competitive (in 1796), and only 17 have been cast in a deviant way, for someone other than the candidate nominated by the elector’s own political party (one clear faithless elector, 15 grand-standing votes, and one accidental vote). 1796 remains the only instance when the elector might have thought, at the time he voted, that his vote might affect the national outcome.

      States have enacted and can enact laws that guarantee the votes of their presidential electors

      The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld state laws guaranteeing faithful voting by presidential electors (because the states have plenary power over presidential electors).

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  8. I wouldn’t be concerned with the detractors, Clint. The presentation style you used merely provided an easy target for those whom (for whatever reason) aren’t happy with the information relayed. If it weren’t the voiceover or CGI, they would have found some other superfluous detail onto which to cling in order to allow their cognitive dissonance to subvert the message.

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