On October 11th a rather odd political memo appeared on the internet seeming to describe a democrat political/operational outline for Pennsylvania congressional district PA-08 (Bucks County and surrounding).
The memo itself was so over-the-top, almost everyone (including us) disregarded it. A keen political observer would notice immediately the construct of the memo seemed to reflect a strategy we have described for years as “the bathtub principle“.
The “bathtub principle” is essentially: How do you hide the damage from a broken fish tank from your landlord?… bust the water pipe on the bathtub.
How do you hide extremist political operations?… flood the media cycle with over-the-top stories of fake extremist operations. etc…
Sharyl Attkisson described something similar in the following tweet:
However, with the recent fire-bombing of the GOP political office in North Carolina, and against the backdrop of targeted vandalism of Trump supporter vehicles in Maine, there is a possibility the PA-08 “Black Pod Operation” may have initially been created as a spoof or ‘psy-op’, but ended up creating a self-fulfilling prophecy:
Whether this memo is real or not, is rapidly becoming a moot point. The action being taken by democrats is mirroring the approach described therein.
Ultimately the objective of this approach is to tamp down visible voter enthusiasm for Donald Trump, and create a false impression of support for Pickles Clinton.
Given the inherent violent nature of democrats in general; and considering the DNC/WikiLeaks revelations have outlined their establishment willingness to do anything to win an election; and knowing Donald Trump is an existential threat to their life-long objectives; and contrast with the latest factual behavior exhibited by this opposition toward Trump supporters, well….