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The Anomoly That is President Trump

Reader comment on item: Interview: A Post-Election Reckoning
in response to reader comment: Good answers

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Nov 14, 2020 at 12:40

All the huzzahs and glee that seems to be the prevalent thought the Trump Presidency may be over actually has precedent that would have the country concede a changeover in leadership which does not match what the question that is being asked: what has the nation lost. Perceptions of misunderstanding who President Trump is obviously still prevails and when the country finally realizes what they have done, it will have been too late to prevent what President Trump tried to prevent. If, even when the recount challenge is reaches it conclusion and the course of the next four years (and maybe longer) is made evident, make no mistake, the disruption will continue, whether under a socialist agenda or otherwise. If President Trump bothered anyone, well and good; that demonstrated how bad politics in America was allowed to intrude in American lives and the best image of this contested election was President Trump standing in front of an American Church holding a Bible; and that rankles so many people that they rioted in rebellion to the law and order that was once held dear. When the mob is released by the corrupted bureaucracy, then watch how America will be drowned in its own hidden self-delusion of lawlessness that rules all corrupted humanity.
President Trump in his faith of freedom, was a pause in the corruption; now the corruption will take its retribution after the anomaly of President Trump is passed. If this is the good news people are seeking, what will the answer be when it all of the socialist secularist agenda evaporates and the mob finally rules.


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