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Getting Rid of Trumpism Requires Continually Going Back to the Ballot Box


81 million registered voters, or actually 84 million if you include everyone who didn't vote for Trump in 2020, answered the call to rid the country of Trump and end his presidency. But his "make deals and ignore the constitution" approach to governing is still out there and that means that the danger to America's democratic republic still exists. But "Trumpian Anti-Democracy" needs to be neutralized and its potential influence eliminated. There is only one way to do that and that's for each of those 84 million voters to keep turning out and continue to vote against Trumpism. Even if your county treasurer or your local dogcatcher runs for election and they supported Trump, vote against them.

Arizona Voters get to see how their own senate scammed them


So the Cyber Ninja nut jobs who are recounting the Maricopa county ballots to suit their preferences are going to have to come clean and see how they are wasting the taxpayers money. Two legitimate, certified, properly conducted audits showed the vote totals to be accurate and that there was no fraud, which people who think for themselves already knew anyway. The third one, unnecessary but conducted because the GOP members of the state senate believe lies they are told, is a scam and a fraud and now everyone gets to see that.

Keep this in mind, people, when the election rolls around. This is big enough for you to turn out and make sure as many Senate republicans as possible get turned out of office and sent packing. STart with Karen Fann.

Republicans don't want you to have the right to vote


Thanks to the Democrats from the Texas House, at least one state won't be able to pass restrictive voting laws.

Some thoughts about the example set by Charlottesville's Removal of Confederate Statues


There are some very good reasons why statues that memorialize and honor leaders of the Confederacy, which was a rebellion against American idealism embodied in its Democratic Republic and Constitution, should be taken down. Why would there be statues erected in the United States to the enemies of the United States?

Evangelical Denomination Paying the Price for Getting Too Cozy with Right Wingers


The Southern Baptist Convention has seen more than a million of the members of its churches leave since 2016, with increasing departures in 2019 and 2020. Their theology and doctrine and the practice of the faith is incompatible with Trump's immorality, lying and character.

An Open Letter to Senators Manchin and Sinema: Time to End the Filibuster


Beating Voter Suppression Laws

It can be done. Democrats need to organize, register, register, register, go to the polls no matter what and keep up the pressure.


As long as the lies about massive voter fraud continue

there will continue to be ways to prove they are lies.


More Election Conspiracy Theories good for a belly laugh

And a new one that might actually have some credibility, speculating that there's no way a pathetic failure of a president like the orange lunatic could manage to convince 74 million people to vote for him


Fixing the Democracy requires getting rid of the filibuster and other things

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