Come Together is Just a Beatles Song

Come Together is Just a Beatles Song

Come Together is Just a Beatles Song

The media just can’t wait for the legal ballots to be counted and any possible fraud to be ignored. On Friday morning, Decision Desk called the race for Joe Biden, saying that he won Pennsylvania, putting him over the 270 vote threshold. Other media sources were expected to follow suit. So Biden planned to give a sort of victory speech that evening. Perhaps he would’ve asked Americans to come together, just as he did on Wednesday.

“What brings us together as Americans is so much stronger than anything that can tear us apart.” 

However, on Friday night, Justice Samuel Alito put a crimp in Biden’s speech plans. That’s because he issued an order requiring PA ballots received after the Election Day deadline be separated. So Biden and Kamala Harris nixed their Big Network Speeches. Viewers expecting to watch the speech streaming on YouTube saw an empty stage instead.

Meanwhile, President Trump and his team continue to fight, as is his right. He’s filed a host of election litigation, which you can find here, if you’re so inclined. And, as Mets manager Yogi Berra said in 1973 when the Mets were in last place for the pennant race:

“It ain’t over till it’s over.”

The Mets went on to win their division. Let that be a lesson.

But even if Biden takes the Oval Office, do you seriously think the nation will come together again?

come together 

Not a chance. These days “Come Together” is now just a Beatles song. The only way that the Left sees red and blue America reuniting is if Republicans assume a submissive posture to their Democrat overlords.

Leftists don’t want peace. They want to destroy conservatives and any remaining vestige of Donald Trump.

Take, for example, the ever-pompous Stephen Colbert, who opened his Thursday night program ripping into President Trump’s voter fraud speech. Trump had given the speech a few hours earlier.

“We’re taping this just a little while after Donald Trump walked into the White House briefing room actually and tried to poison American democracy. . . .”

Pot, meet kettle. Just which party tried to poison Trump’s presidency by falsely charging him with Russian collusion? Which party subsequently impeached him the basis of this hoax? Which party weaponized the intelligence community in an effort to oust a duly-elected President from the White House?

Yet Stephen Colbert thinks that Trump is trying to “poison American democracy.”

Fuck you, Stephen Colbert.

Then there are newspaper pundits who look down their prissy noses at those who supported the President. Like Rex Huppke at the Chicago Tribune, who sneered at Trump supporters as a “cult.” He also advised that liberals should just cut such Üntermensch from their lives:

“Those friends and relatives who bought into the MAGA cult aren’t coming back to a place of reason or reasonableness. And you can’t welcome back people who aren’t showing up.”

Fuck you, Rex Huppke.

Or writer Touré who tweeted this charming “come together” message:

Or MSNBC’s Joy Reid who claimed that the close election proves that Americans are all just racists or something:

“I think even though we intellectually understand what America is at its base, right? That there is a great amount of racism, anti-blackness, anti-wokeness, this idea that political correctness is some sort of scheme to destroy white America, right?”

Let’s also take a gander at true Trump derangement: the now-irrelevant Keith Olbermann spewing his hatred for Trump and contempt for the “morons” who voted for him:

Finally, here’s Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, threatening Trump supporters with. . . oh, I don’t know. Communist Chinese Struggle Sessions, perhaps, where they confess their “complicity?”

For all those well-meaning people who believe that a Biden presidency will wipe away division, and that we’ll all come together again, singing Kumbaya:

You got played.

For all those leftists who think they’re morally superior to half the country who voted for President Trump — heed this simple message from the late Andrew Breitbart:

Fuck you! 

Come together? There will be no such thing for a long, long time. But as of now “Come Together” is just a Beatles song. And payback for conservatives will come soon, in the 2022 midterm elections.


Featured image: Parlophone Music Sweden/cropped/wikimedia/CC BY 3.0.

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Kim is a pint-sized patriot who packs some big contradictions. She is a Baby Boomer who never became a hippie, an active Republican who first registered as a Democrat (okay, it was to help a sorority sister's father in his run for sheriff), and a devout Lutheran who practices yoga. Growing up in small-town Indiana, now living in the Kansas City metro, Kim is a conservative Midwestern gal whose heart is also in the Seattle area, where her eldest daughter, son-in-law, and grandson live. Kim is a working speech pathologist who left school system employment behind to subcontract to an agency, and has never looked back. She describes her conservatism as falling in the mold of Russell Kirk's Ten Conservative Principles. Don't know what they are? Google them!

  • Ampleforth says:

    Love the fire. You are one of us.

    I’m often afraid that I’m the crazy dog barking at the wind, but I refuse to call any of this a coup d’etat. None of it is. Each piece is a part of a revolution.

    To hell with leftists and their ilk. We shouldn’t waste time with taking a country back. We need to tell them good bye. I was hoping they’d lose, so they’d be the ones champing for secession.

    Secession is needed. What part of the left are we compatible with?

  • Quentin-Q Quill says:

    Hey, speaking of Breitbart, what’s up with Steve Bannon? I read his lawyer recently quit his case after Bannon’s remark about beheading Anthony Fauci and the FBI director. Is Bannon an example of the tolerant right?

  • Quentin-Q Quill says:

    HI Kim, thanks for responding. Yes, I’m quite aware that Bannon took over after Andrew Breietbart died and that Bannon is no longer with Breitbart. My point was that people on both the right and left make over the top statements. Bannon just came to my mind because of the clip of Andrew Breibart. I’m not interested in the inner workiings of Breitbart, but it sure was swell of you to think of me!

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