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The U.S. looks and feels a lot more like a truly democratic nation with Biden having replaced Trump as President. And thank God Trump couldn’t sell the country on some grand parade of military power—over which he could stand grandly in the reviewing stand and somehow take credit for it all (despite bone spurs when the chips were down in earlier times).

I’m not dragging Trump anywhere. He’s dragging himself through the muck all by himself. And no, I don’t think he (Trump) is qualified to define womanhood. Nor should he decide when life begins—or ends (think Covid, think Ukraine).

Unfortunately, the Presidential off-year elections traditionally go to the “out” party, so it won’t be much of a condemnation of Biden if his party loses in November. Especially with all the GOP gerrymandering and other shenanigans going on at red-state levels. (TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) April 14 — A Black congressman’s district would be dismantled under a map Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis submitted to state lawmakers Wednesday ahead of a special session that was called after the governor vetoed maps sent to him by the GOP-dominated legislature.)


April 14—“A federal judge in D.C. on Thursday delivered a scathing rebuke of former President Donald Trump and expressed dismay over the state of American politics just moments after a jury found a defendant charged in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot guilty on all charges.

“ ‘You know, I think our democracy is in trouble,’ Judge Reggie Walton said at the conclusion of the third jury trial for a defendant charged in the Capitol assault. ‘Because unfortunately, we have charlatans like our former president, who doesn't in my view really care about democracy, but only about power. And as a result of that, it's tearing this country apart’.” Walton, an appointee of former President George W. Bush, is one of the most senior judges on the D.C. court.

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