One of my favorite films of all time is “The Dark Knight.” It resonates with me because I’ve spent half my life dealing and interacting with criminals. Most of those criminals are not exactly masterminds, but once in a blue moon you come across a truly brilliant criminal. It’s why I admire the Joker character.
Now while I would never compare the clowns in Washington, D.C. to the Joker – the Joker is much more intelligent – I do believe many of these people are criminals. The fact of the matter is the Democrats – particularly in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, Nevada, and Arizona – stole the 2020 election by submitting fraudulent ballots, and destroying Trump ballots.
The president, and to a lesser extend, a few GOP senators, immediately pled their case to the states, the courts, and the American people. The states, courts, and media refused to even acknowledge the accusations. Yet Trump persisted, and continued to provide evidence of his claims: sworn eyewitness accounts of ballots arriving in the dead of night, proof of Dominion voting machines canceling out ballots, stolen voting machine USBs from a Philadelphia warehouse, etc…
Again, no one would listen… because everyone was in on the steal. Trump was an outsider; a hurricane who was going to fix Washington, D.C. and drain the swamp. That could not be allowed to happen, so Democrats and Republicans began to turn on the president. You knew Romney, Sasse, et. al, would turn, but then it was real people, like Loeffler – who claimed she would object to the election results, then immediately changed course when she lost her election.
Pence, for my part, was the worst of them all. He wavered after the election, and never believed the election was stolen, despite the evidence. Worse still, he gleefully said, “Let’s get back to work” after yesterday’s breach; a gesture which secured him a standing ovation.
The fact of the matter is nearly everyone in Trumps cabinet, his staffers, and aides turned on him yesterday; although many did so well before. It has been a sickening display.
President Trump ran for president because he loved America, and did so at great personal risk. The Democrats (and Republicans) fought him tooth and nail for four years with bullshit investigations and an impeachment. His family has been verbally and physically attacked, and his personal reputation is forever stained by the media. The history books will remember him as a tyrant, but it’s up to us to tell our children and grandchildren the truth. Trump was a patriot whose only crime was loving this country.
Having said that, I think it’s best to control our anger. Sure, we all should be enraged at what has happened in this country since election day, but anger will get us nowhere. The Republican Party does not care about its voters – that is obvious by their response to the fraud and the disenfranchisement of our votes – so we need to stop caring about them. For the record, this is my plan going forward.
1. I doubt I’ll ever vote again because Philadelphia and Pennsylvania has no problem discarding ballots cast for “the wrong candidate.”
2. If I do bother to vote again, I will never ever vote for another local GOP incumbent, which is a shame because my state representative is pretty good.
3. I will not vote for another Republican candidate until they start addressing our needs. (So basically I will never vote for another GOP candidate.) I obviously will never for for a Democrat, but the GOP is dead to me.
Obviously, you folks will be guided by your consciences, but that’s my plan, and I will follow it until the Republican Party wakes the f**k up.