Let me start off by congratulating the new President and Vice President. That may well be the nicest thing I ever say about these two. I really do not want to treat them as Trump has been treated for the past four years and if they had reached their high office by being elected to it I would not. But they did not. This election was stolen and we the voters are the victims one of the greatest frauds in the history of the world.
I would like to think that the Democrats were entirely to blame for this farce but they are not. They had a lot of help from certain Republicans who rolled over and let the abuses, questionable practices, and outright ballot stuffing happen with hardly a whimper of protest. Ten republicans voting with Democrats in that Constitution shredding vote to impeach a President who is leaving office in a few days tells me all I need to know about the state of the Republican party today. And it is sad.
Perhaps free elections will come back some day but unlike we continue the fight and refuse to give in to the intimidation, repression and slander by the Left,it wont matter because future candidates will be career swamp rats anointed buy their elite party leaders and they will maintain the status quo. More about what that status quo means for the man in the street tomorrow along with my review of the inaugural address, assuming he is actually able to get through it without forgetting where he is or what office he was just sworn in for.
All that being said, we are not Snowflakes. We are not going screaming into the air or hide in our “safe space” but will rather take up the gauntlet that has been cast down by this fraudulent election and through the electoral process we will take our country back. Violence such as what happened at the Capitol last week is not the answer because that’s not who we are. It is also stupid and counterproductive. Instead let’s put our energies into winning the next election legally, fairly, and without the fraud it was necessary for the other side had to engage in to forward an agent Americans do not want.