Trump’s Legacy in Two Words

Not Enough.

Trump did a lot; if you don’t think he did, you weren’t paying attention. Look at John C. Wright’s not tired of winning posts for information.

It was not enough. Trump claimed that fraudsters stole the election and took control of the government illegally. And he conceded. It was not enough.

Biden will be passing fifteen executive orders just today to undo as many of Trump’s achievements as he can as quickly as he can.

Ultimately Trump was a guy who was driven by his ego; and what an ego it was.

But that is not what we needed. We needed a George Washington, or a Cincinnattus. Somebody who had not just the charisma to rally people, not just the desire to do broadly the right things, but the courage to do what was necessary even if it meant enormous sacrifices, and the desire to do it because they truly believe it was the right thing to do.

Which is not what we got.

What happens next?

Go to Church, keep up your work, and conservatives who don’t want to work retail wage slave jobs prepare to run, if not out of the country then to red America.

It won’t be good.

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3 Responses to Trump’s Legacy in Two Words

  1. Rudolph Harrier says:

    The thing that bugs me the most right now is that he didn’t pardon Assange. You can make excuses for a lot of the things that he came up short on. No repeal of Obamacare because of traitors in the GOP, no complete wall for similar reasons, no fix of voter fraud because the scope of the problem was too large etc. Not necessarily good excuses, but you can make them.

    But there was nothing preventing him from pardoning Assange, and it’s not like he wasn’t handing out a ton of pardons.

  2. John says:

    To be honest, I don’t think it will be THAT bad. Sure, it’ll be the Obama administration plus much more anti-conservatism and silencing of right-wing voices, and it will be more difficult, but it won’t be the end of the world. Heck, the Chinese Communist Party also exists, and in comparison…

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