Roseanne Barr predicted that there will not be an election in 2024 election during an appearance on a recent episode of “Timcast” with Tim Pool.
“I don’t even think we’re gonna have an election, Tim. I don’t think we’re gonna have no election in 2024,” Roseanne Barr told Pool.
Barr then began discussing the possibility with Malice, who said he was willing to bet with her for 1000 dollars that an election would happen.
Pool asked Barr, “Why do you think there won’t be an election?”
“Because I think the corruption is just beginning to come out, and I think it’s going to avalanche, the corruption of the Biden administration and the money they took,” she replied.
“First, it’s gonna be about Ukraine and Russia, then it’s gonna go into China, then it’s gonna go into the DOJ, and it’s gonna be like a big old avalanche,” Barr added.
“That would prompt an election,” Pool suggested.
Barr replied, “Nope, because I think it’s gonna get so bad in the streets too that I think the military is gonna step in.”
Pool then turned to Malice, saying, “Michael, we’ve talked about how many people come on the show and said this is like the one time they actually are not convinced there’ll be an election.”
Malice interrupted, saying, “We hear that every four years,” as Barr and Pool appeared to disagree.
“I remember very vividly on Newsmax.com in 2000 they argued that Clinton isn’t gonna leave the White House,” he said.
Pool replied, “And they argued that in 2016…but that’s not every single time; this is the Trump, the culture war period. I’m saying; we’ve had people on the show where we’ve discussed: what is the potentiality, what is the percentage rate of there not being an election, and it’s not zero.”
“It’s not zero; that’s fair,” Malice conceded, arguing, “We had an election during the Civil War; we had an election during WWII. The best predictor for future behavior is history, so if there was precedent for canceling elections, I’d be more receptive to this argument.”
“And here’s the thing, they don’t need to cancel it; that’s the point,” Malice continued.
“When Trudeau just got reelected with the exact same number of seats as previously, he said, ‘Ope, I have a mandate.’ so they will absolutely have the election, and whatever happens, they’ll say, ‘I have a mandate to do whatever the f I want.'”
“What if more information comes out that proves things that certain people don’t think are ever going to be proven?” Barr asked.
“We need to clarify this bet. What do you mean by-election?” Pool followed up.
Barr paused, then responded, “I mean a presidential election,” to which Malice agreed, “Yeah, people go in and vote.”
Pool then brought up a historical example “In 1876, the people went in to vote, and then the president was determined by a committee.”
Pool explained that the committee decided the election, with only certain votes counted.
But Malice argued that this was a historical myth before acknowledging the source could be incorrect.
Fellow host Ian Crossland chimed in, saying, “Well, with modern-day elections, I’m concerned that there’s gonna be a dog and pony show, and they’re like: ‘Hey everybody voted, but we’re just gonna go in the back room and count it and then tell you what the answer is’ and you’re like, dude, show me the votes.”
“That’s the thing, for them to actually have military law, it’s really hard to put that over brazenly,” Malice argued.
“But we might already be under military law, and a lot of people don’t know that we are,” Barr replied, to which another member pointed out that your “average SWAT team” looks “just like special forces.”