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 core of the the Democratic experience is the right and the experience of voting.
Unfortunately, some politicians believe that the only way to keep their job is to ensure that not everyone can vote.
You know who’s latest scheme to ensure that he wins the election is voter suppression. In this case, it is by undermining the Post Office financially and preventing mail in voting.
Every four years, we are told that that year’s election is the most important election, for any number of reasons. This year, I believe is a make or break year for the United States. Covid-19 should not be an excuse to not vote. We need to vote, either in person or via mail. We need to tell our political leaders to stop listening to the lies and b*llsh*t of you know who and start listening to the average voter.
Most of all, we need to ensure that he is a one term President.
This hobby blog is dedicated to movie nerdom, nostalgia, and the occasional escape. In the late 90s, I worked at Blockbuster Video where they let me take home two free movies a day. I caught up on the classics and wrote movie reviews for Denver 'burbs newspapers and magazines. Today, I continue to revisit the old and discover the new on the screen. Comments and dialogue are highly encouraged. This year, I'm excited to collaborate with other writers via SLICETHELIFE, in which we will share our movie genre favorites in our 2021 Movie Draft!