The 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, has officially conceded the election. It’s over. For all intents and purposes, that is.
When millions upon millions of Americans still believe Trump is the right choice to move their country in a forward progression, how can it possibly be over? The election? Sure. MAGA? Not even close.
Liberals viewed Trump’s attacks on the election validity as a direct assault on American democracy, but those mindless twits would be very wrong. In essence, it proved how America’s president is the man Republican’s always thought him to be. A fighter. A guy who doesn’t quit. He let no one down by fighting to the bitter end. Any less would have been unacceptable.
Trump has never let us down and he’s not about to get into the habit of it now. Here are his words in reference to Joe Biden’s Electoral College certification.
“Even though I totally disagree with the outcome of the election, and the facts bear me out, nevertheless there will be an orderly transition on January 20th. I have always said we would continue our fight to ensure that only legal votes were counted. While this represents the end of the greatest first term in presidential history, it’s only the beginning of our fight to Make America Great Again!”
While even the majority of Republicans agree that breaching the Capital building may not have been the greatest of moves, bear in mind, it represented by a mere fraction of Trump supporters. Also bear in mind, just so no one can call the kettle black, both parties have their share of militants and extremists. Had Biden lost, things may have very well gone the other way.
Now. Let’s examine another area. Trump’s political staff is bailing on him, and some of them, including ex-AG William Barr, are saying some not so nice things about the still Commander-in-Chief.
Why? Because above all else, oftentimes including their country, they are politicians. They have jobs to protect. But looking on the bright side of things, at least those turncoats are showing themselves so we know who they are. Some might even toss Mike Pence into the pile of rubble.
The next four years should Trump choose to use his time doing so, will give him ample time to examine and assemble the perfect cast of characters who have stuck with him right down to the wire.
It is not wrong for Trump to reward loyalty. In fact. It isn’t so much loyalty as it is the person sharing the identical ideas and philosophies as he has, so this can only be a good thing.
Trump has already hinted at how he’s going to go after Georgia Governor Brian Kemp. He’s going to be the first to go if he has any say in the matter, which he will have.
Come Georgia’s next gubernatorial race Trump plans on campaigning for whoever decides to take Kemp on. He doesn’t care who it is as long as they’re dressed in red. And if anyone is capable of easily turning the state’s color back to the proper shade, Trump is the guy for the job.
If Barack Obama for some God-forsaken reason continues to have some sway on his dwindling following of heathenistic liberals, can you just imagine the pull Trump is going to have? His support is anything but dwindling. It continues to grow by the day.
Once again, do not let recent activities in D.C. sway your opinions of what Donald Trump has always stood for, and that is to “Make America Great Again.”
Rest assured, the greatest first-term president in the history of our nation isn’t going anywhere just yet. To paraphrase Franklin Roosevelt, “He’s only just begun to fight.”
Are you still on board the Trump train?