by Andrea Elizabeth
There is a lot of talk on Twitter and Gab about Trump voters abandoning the Republican Party and forming a new one.
These voters feel betrayed by the GOP’s refusal to fight against election theft the last few months, and maybe for decades before, voting for a second impeachment, and legitimizing and promoting a Biden presidency, beginning with the election night shenanigans on Fox News.
When Georgians stayed home for the runoff on Jan. 5th, many in the GOP said that now was not the time to quit on Republicans. I don’t blame them, though I probably would have voted for the lesser of two evils. Doing so would have felt very very dirty though. Reasons:
1. Those voting machines are as tainted as the kitchen knife the intruder used to kill your mother.
2. They were going to cook the numbers again, just as YouTube erased all the hundreds of thousands of dislikes on Biden’s inauguration videos, labeling them spam. We know that’s what the Left and Big Tech think of us. Trashworthy Spam.
3. Many in the GOP are indistinguishable from Democrats. Still they cry, you’re going to let socialism happen. Oh, so when Republicans are in power they outlaw abortion, decrease government spending, and prevent new wars? Trump was making steps, the second is a more complicated discussion on economics. I think he did eliminate some extraneous government positions though.
I was against splitting the vote between GHB Bush and Ross Perot, even though I agreed more with RP. I am not a purist. But now I cannot believe my opinion has changed so much about the Bushes. I no longer trust HW’s involvement in the CIA, nor his son’s. I would have split the vote for Perot if I had it to do over. The evil is so much deeper than we thought that 80% evil vs 90% evil no longer seems like much less. A big purge needs to happen. Maybe now there is enough momentum where the majority want it, if they are counted.