AMERICA: The Blog
AMERICA: The Blog
History is so cool...until you're forced to live it. Then it really, really sucks! Surely we can all agree on that.
Living through this particularly insane glitch in history has sucked worse than usual ever since Pedodent Joe's fake inauguration.
So how do we cope? How do we keep our sanity (although he's lost his!) in Joe's new batcrap crazy America?
Nothing makes sense at the moment!
Surely we can agree on this. Since January 20th, our "reality" has become bizarre. It just doesn't jive.
Regardless of which side of the aisle you're on or what you may or may not think of Q's predictions, reality under Biden makes about as much sense as letting Jeffrey Epstein babysit your kids.
Let's explore some of these anomalies, peculiarities and incongruities together, shall we?
Yesterday morning, Michael and I were sitting around in our PJs chatting over coffee.
Not thinking very much, I said idly, "What if all the jokes about Joe Biden playing President in his basement while Kamala sticks pieces of paper under his nose for signature are true? What if Joe's 'presidency' consists solely of an office, a pen, a website and the media pushing the narrative?"
Michael's ears visibly perked up. "Tell me more," he said.
That's the problem. It's just a hunch, much like my hunch that Joe would take the Oath of Office before Inauguration Day.
When a hunch is proven right as that one was, the feeling is amazing! Addictive!
When the hunch is wrong, you crawl under a rock and apply thumbscrews.
Fools rush in where angels fear to tread...so here we go!
If you listen very closely, you'll hear President Trump's voice shaking with emotion in this video.
Can you feel it? Fatigue. While many patriots are still gun-ho, many are plumb bone weary. After the surge of enthusiastic patriotism on Election Day followed by the gut punch of massive fraud on 11/4 and the stiff-upper-lip rallying-yet-afraid-to-hope-too-much during the month of November, many patriots are exhausted from the emotional roller-coaster.
Exhausted and impatient. "C'mon! Let's do this already," is a tweet I often see. "Isn't the storm upon us yet!?! I'm sick of stashing away canned goods and bottled water."
Don't get me wrong: We all still support President Trump 150% but headlines come, headlines go. Tweets come, tweets go. Hopes are raised only to be dashed. Trump's inner circle swirls, sometimes supporting him, sometimes seeming to stab him in the back. Promises of "booms coming" fleet by while the the Swamp still appears to be footloose, fancy free and powerful, running thither and yon, passing bills, giving interviews, threatening lawsuits and ignoring subpoenas. It's maddening!
Through it all, the horrible, gnawing mystery hangs over the nation: Will Trump remain in the Presidency for four more years as the People want?
We know he won the election in a landslide. We know the Left blatantly cheated their a$$e$ off. We know he'll never quit until the Will of the People is carried out. We know he's going to have to win the election all over again via the Electoral College, the Supreme Court and/or the Military. It's the not knowing what will ultimately happen that is gnawing at us.
How can we keep our spirits high and our prayers winging Heavenward when our souls are so tired?
I suggest we take a leaf from the Left's book. After all, they've been fighting Trump for over four years and they're not tired of losing yet! C'mon! We can't let Them have more sticktoitiveness than us!
Merry Christmas, America! What we always knew would happen has now actually happened. Dan Scavino, the Techy-Techy Social Media Geek for the White House, shared on Facebook (to thunderous emoji applause) that the Winner of the Election would not be conceding.
But still...it's a great day for America and for the World.
Y'know, for people who are supposedly so confident in their Big Win on Election Night, Mr. Biden and Mrs. Harris sure aren't acting like people destined for an Inauguration Ceremony!
They should be rushed off their feet preparing guest lists, meeting with the Inauguration Committee, having fittings for their outfits, etc. etc. Instead they're behaving like Willy Wonka's famous spoonerism: "So much time and so little to do!"
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