VT: The war is over. Anyone who recognizes a cheater, and every American man should, feels deep inside that supporting Trump was so very wrong. Try the video. It may help. Those of us who aren’t gullible, and you only get that way by being gullible and wising up…
NEW VIDEO! #GullibleWhiteMaleTrumpVoters
This is my second to last video before signing off.
This video exposes the Trump base from top to bottom.
HELP ME GET 15,000 **QUOTE RETWEETS** and RETWEETS on the eve of the most important election in history.
I NEED YOUR HELP! pic.twitter.com/pnFK8xiX8G
— Don Winslow (@donwinslow) November 2, 2020
A Large Portion of the Electorate Chose the Sociopath
The Atlantic: The moment every Donald Trump opponent has been waiting for is at hand: Joe Biden seems to be taking the lead. So why am I not happy?
I am certainly relieved. A Biden victory would be an infinitely better result than a Trump win. If Trump were to maintain power, our child-king would be unfettered by bothersome laws and institutions. The United States would begin its last days as a democracy, finally stepping over the ledge into authoritarianism.
A win for Biden would forestall that terrible possibility.
But no matter how this election concludes, America is now a different country. Nearly half of the voters have seen Trump in all of his splendor—his infantile tirades, his disastrous and lethal policies, his contempt for democracy in all its forms—and they decided that they wanted more of it. His voters can no longer hide behind excuses about the corruption of Hillary Clinton or their willingness to take a chance on an unproven political novice. They cannot feign ignorance about how Trump would rule. They know, and they have embraced him.
David Frum: The American system is broken
Sadly, the voters who said in 2016 that they chose Trump because they thought he was “just like them” turned out to be right. Now, by picking him again, those voters are showing that they are just like him: angry, spoiled, racially resentful, aggrieved, and willing to die rather than ever admit that they were wrong. read more…