Well, It’s Finally Over

That sigh of relief you heard Saturday was me and 74,000,000 other Americans in this country who didn’t vote for Trump. The rest of the country though feel it was a fixed election with the outcome certain because, well, let’s face it, all Democrats are corrupt and evil and sinister, according to one fellow writer who thinks Trump is a saint.

I say, let the facts come forward, let Trump and his legal team try and find evidence of fraud, let Fox News and other Trump loyalists scream foul to the world that their man didn’t lose because over half the voters didn’t want four more years of him and his crass, arrogant style of running the country, as if he were a warlord or dictator, but because the election was fixed by corrupt Democrats.

If there is evidence, I’ll acknowledge it myself and make those who fixed the election, if that is in fact what “they” did and let the trials begin. I don’t see it changing the outcome. I don’t see Mr. Trump dole out more of his money to pursue after January 20, 2021, and I truly don’t believe Trump and his loyalists who cry out in the darkness of cheating and fraud.

As Biden said on Saturday, it’s time to stop with the divisive rhetoric, come together as a country and get stuff done, such as the Pandemic. When we work together for a common goal, we get things done.

Published by Jerry Schellhammer

I'm a prospective writer with an unassuming job working as a janitor at a tribal casino near Spokane, Washington. Writing is my passion, though my family seem to think I'm wasting my time. This is fine; their expectations of me are low and they tend to leave me alone in my office writing out my stories of mystery and suspense. I have a BA in English with emphasis in professional writing from Washington State University, my website: www.jerryschellhammer.com is available for everyone to see my list of writing accomplishments and hopefully buy my first published book, or my many short stories available on Amazon.

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