Democrats have gone scorched earth and salted the fields and now want to grow crops and have unity
Biden’s apparent win in the 2020 election was far from Trump’s decisive repudiation even though the Democrats spent over $6.9 billion overall and the Republicans spent overall $3.8 billion.
This election was the costliest in history, according to a report from the Center for Responsive Politics.
The total cost of the White House, Senate, and the House races was an unparalleled $14 billion, more than twice as expensive as 2016.
Even ultra-liberal publications, such as the Le Monde diplomatique opined that
“The unpalatable truth is that without the pandemic and the economic calamity that followed, Trump was likely on the road to re-election.”
Le Mode also noted that Americans responded by awarding Trump more than 73 million votes. The most of any Republican presidential candidate in history and over 10 million votes more than in 2016.
President Trump had all his ducks in a row: The economy was strong, unemployment was low, and inflation was at “healthy” low levels.
Republican candidates seeking lessor offices were carried by the President’s coattails even where Biden outdistanced trump in some of those districts. Biden garnered more votes than Hillary Clinton and Obama in critical swing states.
The above peculiarities’ existence strongly points to statistical irregularities in the election that likely were linked to fraudulent activities.
Given the hide-the-bean type election counting and massive mail-in votes, and other questionable vote-gathering methods, fraud claims are hard to prove even though one/half the country believes the election was flawed.
In the future, Biden has little to offer from an economic and foreign affairs perspective; he has brought back the swamp to resurrect the failed policies that endured during the horrible Obama/Biden tenures.
In the face of this massive distrust of the system, the Biden team and his pack of supporters, including large swaths of shallow and wholly obliging city voters and members of the biased media and Big Tech, now seek unity across the nation.
However, unity will not happen easily. Over 73 million Americans will not soon overlook the vicious attacks leveled against them by Biden backers.
The following piece has been circulating across Facebook for the past several weeks.
“I tolerated 44 (Obama) for 8 years and kept somewhat quiet.
Here is my issue with the whole “let us all be the United States again” that we heard from Joe Biden.
For the last 4+ years, the Democrats have gone scorched earth. You have salted the fields, and now you want to grow crops.
The problem is 73+ million of us have memories longer than a hamster.
We remember the women’s march (vagina hats and all) the day after the inauguration.
We remember the 4 years of attacks and impeachments.
We remember “not our president” and the “Resistance…”
We remember Maxie Walters telling followers to harass us in restaurants.
We remember the Presidents spokesperson being kicked out of a restaurant.
We remember hundreds of Trump supporters physically attacked.
We remember Trump supporters getting Doxed and fired from jobs.
We remember riots and looting.
We remember “a comedian” holding up the President’s severed head.
We remember a play in Central park paid with public funding, showing the killing of President Trump.
We remember Robert de Niro yelling “F” Trump” at the Tony’s and getting a standing ovation.
We remember Nancy Pelosi tearing up the State of the Union Address.
We remember the total in the tank move on the mainstream media.
We remember the non-stop and live fact-checking on our President and his supporters.
We remember non-stop in your face lies and open cover-ups from the media.
We remember the President and his staff being spied on.
We remember five Senators shot on a ballfield.
We remember every so-called comedy show turn into nothing but a Trump hate fest.
We remember 95% negative coverage in the news.
We remember the state governors asking and getting everything they ask for and then blaming Trump for their problems.
We remember a Trump top aid verbally assaulted in two DC restaurants.
We remember people banging on the Supreme Court doors.
We remember that we were called every name in the book for supporting President Trump.
We remember that Hollywood said they would leave after Trump was elected, but they stayed.
This list is endless, but you get the idea.
My friends will be my friends, but a party that has been on the attack for 4 long years does not get a free pass with me! There will be no “unity” in my house.”