The Silent Minority Is About To Be Heard

Their's will be the decisive votes in 2018 and 2020. The upcoming elections will not be won by the loudmouth advocates of either liberal or conservative views.

In these closing days leading up to the November 2018 elections, our soon-to-be political decision-makers are sitting quietly, waiting for the day to come when their voices of dissent and studied judgment will be heard.

How do we know this?

Well, we have no polls suggesting as much. Our national pundits have been too busy either hustling after Trump, controlled shamelessly by his psychotic impulses, or debating whether there's a Blue Wave of Me-Too Democrats swelling up near the voting booths.

But we do have our gut instincts, our intuition, call it what you will. And our inner self tells us there's a decisive voting block "out there," not seeking acclaim or notoriety, but longing to make a huge difference in American politics.

Mostly, these passive Americans have gone unnoticed because they have wanted to be. They have wished to be no part of the angry debates. They have grown weary of the stagnation and polarization, all the corruption, scandal and name-calling. And let us make no mistake. This time around, they will vote.

Probably against the present administration, which has catered to the far-right. But also, against the extreme liberals.

The silent minority seeks a calm, deliberative body politic. It desires an end to the endless conflicts.

The silent minority is tired of Trump and Trumpism. It is sick of the Clintons and the senile elderly hanging on to power in the halls of Congress. It wants real democracy for all Americans..

November 6th will be the silent' majority's first step in showing America how really to drain the corrupt-ridden swamp Washington DC has become.