Electors Perform Their Jobs: Avoid Vigilante Bounty Hunter Confrontations

Electors Perform Their Jobs: Avoid Vigilante Bounty Hunter Confrontations

Not every crime is solved. Not every murder is avenged by prosecution, trial, conviction, judgment and punishment. Some heinous crimes are never solved. Some murderers are forever bereft of temporal justice. The perpetrators are never apprehended. Mob murderers are such that they perpetrate their hits with utmost “perfection.”

However, little is said and written about vigilante bounty hunters. They quietly go about their perceived business meting out temporal justice. Their satisfaction comes with being convinced of the “rightness” of their action / justice endeavor and the result of a completed “job.”

Lord God only knows the grief electors spared themselves by completing their assigned tasks to appropriately cast their designed State’s electoral votes for President Elect, Donald Trump.

Please note the following linked article for a greater understanding and appreciation of the “Electoral College” process: “Electoral College: Prevents The Popular Vote From Invalidating Fairness” – moralmatters.org – Pic Source: Found on the web.

Electoral College Vote Seals Trump White House Victory – nbcnews.com


“The Electoral College formalized Donald Trump’s election victory on Monday despite protests around the country to encourage GOP electors to abandon the Republican.

The president-elect easily racked up the 270 electoral votes needed to send him to the White House………”

– nbcnews.com/politics/politics-news/electoral-college-vote-seals-trump-white-house-victory-n698026

Related to the above:

Electoral College: Prevents The Popular Vote From Invalidating Fairness – moralmatters.org


“A thinking person will question what he hears; examine what he sees; and evaluate what others would have him believe. When did big government and its mainstream media tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth?” – [Pastor emeritus Nathan M. Bickel]

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Pastor emeritus Nathan M. Bickel



5 thoughts on “Electors Perform Their Jobs: Avoid Vigilante Bounty Hunter Confrontations

  1. Doug says:

    As Pres. Ford once said, to paraphrase….”Our national nightmare will soon be over.”

    1. Doug –

      Yes. But, rarely does a person experience 1 nightmare.

  2. Robert says:

    This idea that certain members of society were trying to steal the election by threatening the Electors has to be a story which was put in play – and funded – by Soros and his affiliate organizations.

    There have been reports that some of the Electors received graphic death threats, and even threats to members of their respective family members, if those Electors did not vote for Hillary Clinton.

    It is illegal for anyone to threaten the life of another person. If anyone does issue clear death threats, such as the type of threats against Electors that the news media has been reporting, then there would have been clear consequences, starting with law enforcement agencies.

    No one in his or her right mind would ever send death threats to anyone else unless he or she were 1) A hired operative who would face no consequences or 2) a mentally ill and emotionally unstable individual.

    Whoever heard of a responsible adult threatening to kill an official just because he or she didn’t get his way?

    I’m sick and tired of these over-the-top stories about people who claim to be disappointed because they did not get what they wanted.

    What are they going to do this holiday season when they don’t get all the presents they think they deserve?

    1. Robert –

      I like your explanation! More mainstream media whore, propaganda. the whole story line of the past several weeks of electors being influenced by life threats.

      1. Doug says:

        I see it this way.
        There’s a totally lawless immoral man in the Oval Office…therefore people think they can also be lawless. A very sick type of madness has descended upon the once great USA nation.

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