We all know that you know who is a sore loser. It’s one thing if one is playing a board game or joining friends for a casual game of football or basketball. It is another thing entirely to hold a country hostage.
Back in November, no one was surprised that you know who took an adult temper tantrum. Claiming that he, not Joe Biden was the winner, the lie that there was massive voter fraud spread like wildfire across the country.
Now it appears that even some of his most staunch supporters are telling him to cool it. Pat Robertson, Geraldo Rivera, and the NY Post have advised you know who to concede.
It’s nice to see that at least some people are opening their eyes.
We all know that Biden won. The accusations of voter fraud are at best baseless and at worst, goes against what it means to be an American. We don’t have to like or even agree with the results of any political election. But at the end of the day, we have to move on. We cannot let this fraudulent idea destroy the United States. If we do, everything we have worked for, voted for, and died for means nothing.
The general job description of a public servant, regardless of status or title, is to serve the public. But for the last four years, you know who has had the idea that those in public service are there to serve his needs. As a result, those in the higher levels of government have either become brownnosers or are employed elsewhere.
Among those might need to find another job soon is Bill Barr. After months of being you know who’s stooge (Russia investigation anyone?), Barr is now getting heat for saying that claim of election fraud is just that. When he spoke to the AP, he said the following:
“to date, we have not seen fraud on a scale that could have effected a different outcome in the election.”
The question is, how long before Bill Barr is fired? You know who is not known for keeping people around him who publicly disagree with him. The truth is that no matter what Barr’s future is, there will be a new President and a new administration in January. But either way, I have a feeling that there will be a new Attorney General for the month or so.
One of the hallmarks of any dictatorship is their need to control the election and the outcome of the election.
Earlier today, you know who suggested that the upcoming election in November be moved for so called “mail-in voter fraud”. In a surprising move, members of the Republican party completely rejected the notion.
This is not the idea that comes from a democratically elected President. This idea comes from a dictator who will do anything to hold onto power.
I am utterly shocked that the Republican party finally grew a pair.
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