“Red Pill Liberals?” Signs grow that the Anti-Trump Coalition may support California Secession.
National leaders are coming to support secession to prevent the establishment of a right-wing authoritarian regime in the USA. The most dramatic evidence is in the report from the “Transition Integrity Project” or “TIP”, released August 3.
Georgetown University law professor Rosa Brooks and University of California-Berkeley Associate Chancellor and history professor Nils Gilman formed the “Transition Integrity Project” in 2019 to conduct experimental simulations of the 2020 presidential election and 2020-201 transition period. Other members of the Project include Michael Steele, former Republican National Committee chair, John Podesta, former chief of staff to President Clinton, and conservative journalist David Frum.
Specifically, the TIP group focused on the likelihood that Trump will disrupt ballot-counting, and abuse his presidential powers over law enforcement and the U.S. military. Also, the TIP examined the interplay between party leaders and other interest groups.
The Transition Integrity Project: How the Biden Campaign might endorse California secession.
The TIP group generated data with experimental simulations of the upcoming 2020-2021 election and post-election periods. Many former and current civilian and military leaders assisted the TIP team, playing roles similar to those they have experience holding.
One fact the TIP revealed is that at least some former and current government officials think California secession is a reasonable response to Trump’s authoritarianism. As explained in Part Two, the Biden team endorsed secession to more convincingly demonstrate his support for radical reform.
In short: Senior government leaders no longer think secession is unthinkable or unreasonable.
Full details on how this occurred in Part Two of this article, below.