Opinion: Donald Trump as of Late

Sean McCutcheon, Writer/Reporter

I just want to preface this article as saying this is my personal opinion, and you may feel different. You are entitled to your own opinion and allowed to believe as you wish. This is just what I think from my viewpoint.

 

Donald Trump’s presidency has been surrounded by accusations and criticisms, lately. The first and foremost being around the election. While, and this is purely by the evidence from just the election night, his rival, Joe Biden, has claimed the presidency by securing more votes than Donald Trump, it hasn’t come without a fight, and an understandable one at that.

Consider, if you will, all the mail-in voter fraud that has occurred throughout this election and ask yourself if that doesn’t seem already like a major red flag. If one recalls to all the votes found inside dumpsters, personal vehicles, ditches, or dumped alongside the road in favor of Trump, then one begins to wonder how we got to where we are now.

The answer is simple, and that is that we are being duped. Played at the hand by a bigger power than ourselves.

The only thing is, we figured it our for ourselves. This is why we, the American people, will still have the power, unless we just refuse to see the evidence that’s right in front of us.

We can understand what’s been wronged in our lifetime, but some wish to keep blindly following their peers and the higher power. I think a similar situation is that of the Flat Earth Movement. No matter how many times you prove them wrong or show them evidence to the contrary, they still wish to be blinded.

Now let’s talk about the riots taking place. A large gathering of Trump supporters showed up at the Capitol to voice support of our president in his quest to prove his succession to his second term. They breached through the wall and began to take the White House for themselves.

The big question on everyone’s mind right now is how the future is going to look. Most see a very bleak one, and that’s quite understandable considering the instability of the country right now. My advice right now is that of Theodore Roosevelt, “Speak softly and carry a big stick, you will go far.” This quote was aimed at foreign policies, but the main premise remains the same. Treat others justly but always have an safety-net in your back pocket for when things go wrong. With the division that’s happened so far, and possibility of even further division, this advice means more to me now more than ever.

Just because you don’t agree with him  the doesn’t mean you should do him unfairly. He is a fellow American after all, but when he makes a wrong move, you strike first and you strike hard. But you always allow your opposition to walk away with his pride.

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