Trump Voters Abandoned By Republican Party
Trump Voters Abandoned By Republican Party
The evidence is all around us. We have known it in our hearts and minds for years. Average Republicans, the Trump voters, have been abandoned by the Republican Party. Not just abandoned. That’s not quite the right word. We are despised by the Republican Party leadership. We have been loyal; yet they break our hearts. No mas, amigos.
I am breaking up with the Republican Party. Three things happened today that made me come to this decision to stop letting the party leadership abuse me.
First, a man called into the Rush Limbaugh radio show in an absolute melt-down. He had been to the Million MAGA March last Saturday. I was there, and I took the photo at the top of this post. This was a completely joyful event, as I wrote. President Trump rode through the crowd on his way to play golf and the MAGA Marchers were inspired.
Until this poor crying man called Rush, I hadn’t thought about who wasn’t there. I bet you have guessed by now. There were no elected Republican leaders. Not one Senator. Not one Congressweiner could be bothered to come support several hundred thousand Trump voters. Usually, if there is media and a microphone, those people (elected officials) will knock down grandma to get in front. Not one.
And, to insult Trump voters even more, no one called out the Antifa and BLM cretins who attacked Trump supporters as soon as the sun went down. We don’t expect the Democrats to call out the violence. We know that in their filthy hearts they secretly like the violence against those on the Right. They hope to cow us into submission. Fat chance, losers. I just realized that none of my friends on the Left even asked if I was okay. I will remember that.
That crying Rush caller was from Georgia. He said that even though the Republican Governor of Georgia won’t take an audit of the votes in the Presidential Election, the Georgia Republican Party expects the loyal Trump voters to still come out to vote for the Republican candidates in the Senate Runoff January 5, 2021. What’s in it for the Georgians? Nothing, but more promises and more abuse.
The second thing that happened is that the retiring Senior Senator from Tennessee, the useless Lamar Alexander, said that Trump should begin the transition and that Biden should get briefings. Maybe this useless tool hasn’t heard that the Electoral College doesn’t meet until December 14. Oh, by the way, Bill Haggerty, my new Tennessee Senator-elect, is just as useless as the man he is replacing and suspiciously quiet about Trump, too.
Lamar Alexander said that he didn’t see any evidence of fraud in the 2020 Presidential Election, which brings us to the third thing that happened.
Did you see the press conference yesterday with Jenna Ellis, Sidney Powell and Rudy Guiliana? If not, here it is:
According to the election results, Donald Trump got 10 million more votes in 2020 than in did in 2016. And, Joe Biden got several million more than Trump? Fie. Statisticians, odds makers, auditors and accountants are skeptical. Author and recovering forensic accountant Larry Correia doesn’t think is smells quite right:
Before I became a novelist I was an accountant. In auditing you look for red flags. That’s weird bits in the data that suggest something shifty is going on. You flag those weird things so you can delve into them further. One flag doesn’t necessarily mean there’s fraud. Weird things happen. A few flags mean stupidity or dishonesty. But a giant pile of red flags means that there’s bad shit going on and people should be in jail.
Except for in politics, where apparently all you have to do to dismiss a bunch of red flag is be a democrat and mumble something about “fascist voter suppression” then you can do all sorts of blatant crime and get off.
This all leads us to Sidney Powell and the software. Dominion denies any allegation about its software and the election. They also claim this is the most secure election ever. Sorry, but the lie detector has determined that that is a lie. Millions of new mail-in voters, bah. We know what we saw election night.
All this to say that I am breaking up with the Republican Party. Their decades’ long impotence and four year long disdain of Trump voters has done it. I won’t vote Democrat because I believe in the Constitution. I will just stay home and train for when the shooting starts.
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