Hey Umair readers!

Umair’s paradox can be easily explained with this one simple phrase:

“Political parties are forgiving of politicians who can win elections!”

It’s that simple. Mr. Trump has locked down 40% of the population. He stands a good chance of winning the next election. The R’s can’t throw him under the bus yet. They will put up with his antics right until it becomes politically obvious they can’t anymore.

But what about the D’s? Why can’t do the right thing at the right time? Here’s my hypothesis: The D’s are not angels either. Take, for example, Hunter Biden. He got a cushy job that pays $50,000 a month just because his dad used be be a big wheel. Just imagine how that sits with voters making $25,000 a year with no chance of significant improvement. Why not vote for Mr. Trump who seems to be shaking things up? Why bother make a trip to the voting station to vote for D at the election (which is almost as good as voting R)?

The D’s could have taken Biden Sr. into their back rooms and said: “This does not look good and Mr. Trump can make your son’s job a major campaign issue, so maybe you should drop out from the nomination.” But the D’s did not do that. Why not, you ask? Well maybe because there have been quite a few quid pro quos going on in the D party that are too hard to unravel, so they have to let Joe go on his quest.

Anyways, Umair readers. Umair is wondering why right things don’t get done at the right time in politicas. I’ve just explained it to you why they don’t. If you don’t like this natural force in western democracy, then it’s time to change system, right?

Dave Volek is the inventor of “Tiered Democratic Governance”. Let’s get rid of all political parties! Visit http://www.tiereddemocraticgovernance.org/tdg.php

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