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AL.com’s Roy Johnson
Trump still attacking other Republicans…
Melania humanizes Trump by embarrassing him…
Firebombed in NC and now a bomb-threat in Arizona…
Odd, maybe acting like the GOP nominee is a monsterous threat to the fabric of America has consequences?
Wait, that’s only the right…
POLLING. BLOOD. BATH.
There is no voter fraud!
Why? because we can’t prove it? Why? Because there is no mechanism to check for it…
Totally secure server…
Is Pat Dye a menace to society…
First they came for the Seminoles, and I did not speak out—
Because I was a Gator fan.
Then they came for the Redskins, and I did not speak out—
Because I was Cowboys fan.
Then they came for the Indians, and I did not speak out—
Because I was a Cubs fan.
Many people I encountered in recent months, and with whom I dared even broach the Presidential race, are hopeful that once ballots are counted and a winner is revealed on the night of November 8, the candidates will congratulate each other for fighting the fight, and we’ll all go back to our respective corners and do our best to live amicably and respectfully with one another. Or at least reasonably so.
Not a chance, I’m afraid.
Not given where we are now.
Not given the level of vitriol that is especially spewing from Trump—now desperately and perhaps even dangerously behind every scientific poll out there–on a daily, hourly, tweet-by-tweet basis.
Not given Trump’s absurd charge that the election is rigged, which he seems to spit every time he opens his mouth or hits send.
Not given the threats of voter suppression through intimidation Trump has engendered by imploring untrained supporters at rallies nationwide to go to polls in their area on Election Day to somehow ensure that “everyone” who walks into the polling place is eligible—especially those who many not look like they’re eligible because of their skin color or accent.
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