Democrats have had one election that was decided in one state, by a governor who was a relative of the republican that won by just a few votes.
Not long after, a guy became president even though he got less votes than the woman running against him, and he had the aid of Russian computer systems helping sway public opinion towards him.
So you know what? Democrats felt robbed. We felt that our voices were not heard. We felt that the election had been stolen, and that our country and way of life was in danger. And our feeling were based on things that really happened, not conspiracy theories started by the person that lost the election.
You know what we didn’t do? We didn’t storm the freekin’ Capitol building and threaten to hang people we didn’t like. We didn’t start an insurrection that killed people.
And as long as we are on the subject of the new president, I would like to say to all the tRump supporting women out there; Gee, I am so sorry we took away your pasty-white pussy-grabber-supporting guy who can’t even be in the same room as you and gave you an actual woman as vice president. I hope you can forgive us.
Do we have to keep talking about that lying, cheating, immoral criminal? Shouldn’t he be in jail by now, by the way?
We re working on it.
I had stated as much on my own blog. It’s ironic how right-wingers are now screaming about voter fraud (ignoring the real crisis of, say, gun violence or the pandemic), when they accused Democrats of being sore losers in 2000 and 2016. They’re the same ones who stoked fears of Muslims, Mexicans and left-wing socialists poised to take over the U.S. government to steal our guns and make everyone support gay marriage.
But the biggest threat turned out to be from within!
You said it.
Hear, hear! Well said.