Americans Count. Americans decide.
Reaction: Donald Trump is a repudiated reckless frightened fraud.
“Trump’s imbecilic adherence to what is really a poor mimicry of fascism is a pissy insult to every believer in freedom and democracy all around the world. Claims of massive voter fraud and conspiracy to oust a manically reckless grifter, fail when nobody else is impacted. It’s called ‘The People’s Choice’. No real Republicans have been ousted, ” says RINJ Foundation’s Katie Alsop referring to the early Friday White House Trump speech.
Reaction by Melissa Hemingway
It is very rare for an incumbent US President to be unseated by a challenger unless like in the case of George H. Bush, a third-party same-political-stripe challenger enters the fray and splits the vote from the incumbent.
But as Trump gets the ouster as results of Election 2020 become clearer, Republicans have increased their presence in the US Congress and probably the Senate if not, the same condition is maintained. Certainly GOP Senators and Representatives have triumphed.
Trump “has survived one impeachment, 26 accusations of sexual misconduct, and an estimated four thousand lawsuits. That run of good luck may well end, perhaps brutally, if Joe Biden wins,” wrote in NewYorker Magazine for the November 9, 2020 Issue.
Only Donald Trump and his entourage of sycophants are getting the ouster.
“In the case of Donald Trump, he is getting the ouster from a no-drama, polite, rare-straight-edge politician who has been a nice guy getting things done in Washington for fifty years. What a breath of fresh air. Rarely do the nice guys come first,” says Monique Deslauriers, a Calais, Maine USA nurse.
“There are rough times ahead as this jerk Trump and his alleged crime family will refuse to leave office using the trappings of power for his own purposes, but it’s time for the world to help out our American friends. Trump is an alleged criminal in several cases. He needs to be reminded that criminal activities from the White House will no longer be tolerated,” suggests Simon Baldock, an Israeli security specialist.
Watch Stephen Colbert below: “We all knew Donald Trump would do this, that he would refuse to show dignity in defeat. But what we didn’t expect is how much it would hurt. Watch Stephen Colbert process his feelings in real time as he delivers a new monologue written in the wake of the President’s sad, frightening remarks in the White House briefing room.”
Stephen Colbert: “We all knew Donald Trump would do this, that he would refuse to show dignity in defeat. But what we didn’t expect is how much it would hurt. Watch Stephen Colbert process his feelings in real time as he delivers a new monologue written in the wake of the President’s sad, frightening remarks in the White House briefing room.”
With their leader refusing to concede and trying to invalidate the entire election, maybe it’s time for Republicans to do some introspection for a change
— Sarah Cooper (@sarahcpr) November 6, 2020