Tuesday, June 18, 2024


“You can fool some of the people all of the time and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.”*

"One can fool some men, or fool all men in some places and times, but one cannot fool all men in all places and ages."** 

“The truth will out” quote by William Shakespeare means:

One way or another, despite all efforts to conceal it, the truth will come to be known.**

The idiom “time will tell” all points to the belief that sooner or later the truth will be revealed.

Therefore, the notion that cover-ups of illegal activities, abuses and crimes against humanity will work for all of the time is unrealistic;

And to continuously perpetrate crimes will only add to the criminal counts and severity of sentencing due to the added and continuous aggravated abuses over time.

And hypothetically speaking, if a certain crime boss were to commit election and mail fraud across all fifty states, the fraud might work for fifteen of those states, but not all fifty.  

In this case, thirty-five states will prosecute the crime boss and accomplices for election fraud and federal prosecution for each count of mail fraud.

Theoretically, this crime boss can end up spending all of his time in court and if convicted sentenced to each of the thirty-five state and federal penitentiaries;

This is what can happen if one decides to continuously double down on perpetrating multiple counts of criminal felonies.

*Quote was attributed to Abraham Lincoln, but the saying was more likely a variation of the 1684 Jacques Abbadie quote: **



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