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Here we are, it’s over and they suck.
The 2020 Election where The Donald suffered a humiliating, humbling and total defeat is très fi-nit-toe. Democrat Joe Biden got 306 Electoral College votes, the same number that the current Republican President Donald Trump did in his self-anointed:
… Electoral College victory in 2016. But in The Donald’s mind what perfectly cooked his Republican electoral victory Goose in 2016 ain’t good enough to cook the Democratic electoral victory Gander 2020. From a press article in Rolling Stone on November 13, 2020:
To this very day The Donald maniacally decries his 2020 defeat. To date The Donald has refused to concede the 2020 Election and his fall from power.
His followers and acolytes passionate in their support of their messiah as always, are delighted by The Donald’s behavior. The Donald has raised over $230,000,000 from his base since the election results were certified…
Those supporters suck!
There’s a lot of them those The Donald supporters and acolytes; so there’s a whole lotta sucking going on today.
Republican President Donald J. Trump garnered 74,000,000 votes in 2020, 74,000,000. That’s more votes than ANY other person running for president has ever attained, except one; the one who beat him.
Over 81,000,000 people voted for Democrat Joe Biden; they chose to go:
… rather than to experience any further American “Greatness” with The Donald.
But, 74,000,000 people, a HUGE number, did the dirty and pulled a lever (metaphorically sometimes), for The Donald so they, those 74,000,000 people, suck. Like I said up top:
“WHOLE LOTTA SUCKING GOING ON”.
I wish it stopped right there, with those 74,000,000 votes as that’s a lot of Americans standing up for a politician and his agenda (and sucking). That’s a humongous segment of the American population standing tall, as one unit, and exercising their civic duty by flocking to the polls on election day to give credence to their vision of the:
… and their choice to lead America. 74,000,000 of them did that.
“Huge”… as The Donald himself would say:
But The Donald lost the 2020 election because a larger segment of America on election day and before, with legal mail in ballots, did their civic duty too, and stood tall to lend credence to their vision of the:
… and their choice to lead America. And since there were over 7,000,000 more of them Democrat Joe Biden won the election.
He done won.
VICTORY WAS HIS.
His voters did not suck.
But sadly, victory was his and his alone.
Biden rode to victory at the 2020 polls by hisself. He brought none of his “ranch hand” acolytes with him.
In 2016 when The Donald defeated Democrat Hillary Clinton, The Donald was able to maintain a Republican Senate and House majority.
With those majorities and The Donald’s Republican presidential victory, mega changes to the third branch of government, the judicial branch, came about. And the Republican President, Senate and House majorities were able to institute broad systemic policy changes that had long been unobtainable before, like the conservative Judiciary just described. Broad attacks on civil rights, women’s rights, the Culture Wars in general,
became de rigueur. Empowering the small, Caucasian mostly states over the big, heterogenous, populous states became a matter of daily policy.
In the 2018 Midterm Elections a negative reaction against The Donald, his, and the policies of the Republican Party seemed to percolate forward and a purported Blue Wave of disdain propelled the Democrats to a midterm electoral victory of seeming landslide proportions in the House of Representatives.
Those voters did not suck; not at all.
The victorious 2018 Midterm Election House Democrats worked hard going forward (to not suck), to stymie the nefarious, abhorrent, regressive, immoral Republican executive/legislative agenda as they attempted (without any success), to advance a societal legislative agenda of their own.
… (I freely admit that I am in an unrepentant “Libtard”.
In the eyes of some I suppose I’m a “RADICAL SNOWFLAKE”.
But neither description fits me accurately. I’m more of a Centrist Democrat, a moderate.
There are no radical calls to:
”Defund the Police”…
… from me ever.
So “Libtard”, me?
I just hate Republican Tea Party, RACIST, Conservatives; those people suck.
THEY SUCK.) …
The Democrats in the new Democratic House majority failed at their task miserably. The House of Representatives under Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi failed abysmally at all they attempted.
Instead of opting for some commonality with the Republicans who controlled the Senate and the Executive Branch and moving forward with a legislative strategy built on compromise, Madame Pelosi and her Democratic Representatives embarked on an:
… agenda to attack, derail, and disembowel the Republican President and his Republican controlled Senate at all turns. The Democratic House continually attacked The Donald through seemingly endless legislative investigations, instigated a doomed from the start impeachment process, and in general nixed any, I repeat, ANY, chance for the passage of their legislative agenda.
… positions rarely prove to be effective in American government.
And they weren’t effective this time.
For two years the government was locked in stasis as partisan legislative inertia ran rampant. Where The Donald could act alone, by personal fiat, through “Executive Orders”, or where the Senate could act on appointments for Cabinet, Supreme Court or other Judicial confirmations and the like, the President, and his conservative Republican Party got their way.
Those people, those policies, sucked!
The Democrats got way less than those sucky Republicans did, they got nothing but occasional headlines.
The Democrats got nothing done legislatively and they couldn’t posit a universally acceptable message, one of “inclusion” and “change for the better for all” that the American people would accept; they failed at their job. They postured voluminously against their Republican enemies, and they accomplished nothing for themselves, or the people.
The American people watched all of the political jabberwocky above as it played out. Articles of Impeachment were passed in the House controlled by the Democrats.
The President was acquitted of those same Impeachment Articles shortly thereafter in the Senate...
... controlled by the Republicans. What hoary political theater that was; a badly penned, badly performed political play where everyone, cast, crew, critics, and opening night audience all new the outcome long before the curtain went up.
As the curtain fell on that bad play, a crisis of unprecedented magnitude, a pandemic, erupted and instead of the two Federal Legislative Houses, Senate and House, banding together with the President for the good of the whole, the three individual parts acted solely in their own perceived best interests.
As the crisis deepened the House passed a second relief bill of astronomical proportions that it knew could not pass the Senate. In response, the Senate passed a paltry second relief bill that it knew the House would not accept. The House would accept no less funds, and the Senate would allow no more funds.
And the President?
On schedule the election of 2020 was had and the results were as expected on some levels, and surprising on others. Soon we will have a new President, a Democrat...
... along with a Democratic House.
Those results were expected. But, unexpectedly, SURPRISE, the Democratic LANDSLIDE majority in the House was reduced, and greatly.
And the Senate, well, that’s surprise number two; we’re not sure of the results there yet. Control of the Senate is undecided pending the outcome of two runoff Senate races in Georgia on January 5, 2021.
Joe Biden carried the state of Georgia for president, but his Democratic Donkey didn’t carry either Democratic challenger to victory over the Republican incumbent in the Senate races. Thousands of his voters chose to vote for the Republican incumbents down ballot.
Millions of voters elsewhere in the country who went:
…. got off the Democratic Donkey and did not go “RIDIN” with the down ballot Democratic candidates in their areas too. It was not just a “sucking” Georgia voter phenomenon. Enough Biden voters split their tickets in Maine so that the embattled incumbent Republican Senator, Susan Collins...
... considered to be the single most vulnerable Republican in the Senate, was re-elected (those voters in Maine sucked a big, big, one). And in California, a state that Biden won by HUGE numbers, many of those newly elected 2018 Blue Wave Democratic incumbents were sent packing as their Republican challengers triumphed.
Those California Biden voters sucked too.
It ain’t just 74,000,000 people who suck, it’s many millions more nationwide. It’s lo those many people who wanted to see The Donald dethroned, but the Republican Party, and what it stands for, empowered.
Like I said before: