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The End Is Nigh

There is a quality of menace in snail mail that simply can't be captured in email. Electronic communications are ephemeral and easy to delete so scrubbing your inbox (and your mind) of harrowing correspondence is just a mouse click away. The same message in physical form sits on the kitchen counter looking back at you as it is inspected and re-read again and again in search of clues. This is especially true if the return address is from Oregon and there is no name of signature or any identifiable indicators as to who sent it. "All of the robots will be destroyed ruined broken by tomorrow" - you don't say? If it's a prank then I salute the sender of this ominous and anonymous letter for filling my heart with dread and wonder. Let's hope tomorrow never comes. On the other hand, if it's a legit warning from a Deep State operative who's escaped from his missile silo and is franticly warning the citizenry via the USPO because he knows any electronic communication will be scooped up by the NSA and quarantined then let me assure him that I got the message loud and clear. All prepped and ready to go! But because it's Anonymous I'm thinking it probably written by Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao during one of the "private meetings" she's been having over the past year. It's a tough job running the resistance and requires private time to organize your thoughts and coordinate with the #NeverTrump leaders in the Senate but who's a better candidate for the job than a woman from Gina who's married to the majority leader? As Wikipoo explains, Trump knows what he's doing:

"U.S. President-elect Donald Trump announced on November 29, 2016, that he would nominate Chao to be Secretary of Transportation.The U.S. Senate confirmed Chao on January 31, 2017 by a vote of 93–6, with her husband Senator McConnell abstaining."

Now many things come into focus:
Mitch McConnell compares Brett Kavanaugh allegations to McCarthyism
McConnell says only senators will see FBI's Kavanaugh report
McConnell: Senate will hold Kavanaugh vote 'this week'

Let the Democrats and #NeverTrump scum crucify Brett Kavanaugh by giving them everything they want including a public accusation by his lame brained accuser and another FBI investigation. Then vote and drive a stake through their heart. The end is nigh Elaine Chao.

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