Keith Olbermann posted this video after the second Presidential debate two weeks ago. Tonight wannabe facist dictator Donald Trump had the chance to renege on the statement but once again implied that he would not accept the results of the election. This is not only an incredible, but also a terrifying prospect that could well lead this country into acts of domestic terrorism brought forth by his supporters.
Chris Rock once said he wasn’t scared of Al Qaeda, he was scared of Al Cracker.
Al Cracker is wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat and he is drinking in all the bile that Trump spews. Just as we saw with the foiled plot to kill Somali immigrants in Kansas, come November 9th that anger may boil over and this disgusting excuse for a human being that masquerades as a “leader” is doing everything he can to foment it.
This is a dark period in this country – let us hope that we can peacefully move forward from it.
We have reached the point in the United States election cycle where many Democrats must make a difficult but crucial decision. Bernie Sanders has run a wonderful grass roots campaign that has stirred many previously ambivalent to politics, especially those just old enough to vote for the first time. He is the anti-establishment candidate that many wanted, but not enough of them could be found to derail support for Hillary Clinton and her more mainstream ideas.
They now have a bitter pill to swallow, but gulp it down they must. It is crucial to the Democrats chances of success in November that they put aside their differences and say, “I’m With Her.”
Because 99% of the Republicans who were sickened by Donald Trump’s racist comments (at Judge Gonzalo Curiel), thin-skinned outbursts at the press (at ABC’s Tom Llamas) or simply crackpot ideas (a Mexican funded border wall) are now endorsing him. Exhibit A: Paul Ryan.
They don’t care if he’s a whackjob. He’s a Republican (at least this week) and they’ll vote for him.
It’s time for the flicker that was fanned so that it made you “Feel The Bern” to be turned on Trump, not Hillary. It’s time to quickly concede that the fight for the party nomination is over and turn the focus on the bigger, much more ominous target. For unless you want four years of bigotry, bullying, name calling and hissy fits from the Oval Office, it’s time to “Bern The Donald.”
Clinton may not be your first choice but the alternative come November is terrifying.