The unease is turning into outright disgust because of Republicans attempts to limit voting to whites and return to a Jim Crow era
There was a time when disagreements were just part o politics without animosity. Now the hate permeates and trust is lost
Member of Congress, including a growing number of Republicans, still want ousted president Donald Trump held accountable for his actions that threatened Democracy and the nation.
“Supporting Josh Hawley was the worst decision I’ve ever made in my life,” declares legendary Missouri Senator John Danforth. Simon & Shuster pulled the plug on a book by Hawley, scheduled for publicans and release by June. They want nothing to do with him.
Biden most likely faces a Republican-controlled Senate that still embraces failed president Donald Trump and a weakened Democratic leadership in the House.
Biden won the presidency with more than 74 million votes, but 70 million voted for Trump and that’s a lot of white supremacy, hate, lies and anger still prevalent in America.
The Republicans who spoke at the Democratic Convention are just the tip of a growing iceberg waiting to sink Trump’s floundering ship.
As discussions turn into anger-driven riffs, those needing help slide further and further into the abyss.