The Search for COMMON GROUND episode 4. Can Red and Blue find common ground as Americans and as people.
Today Trump says that ‘millions’ of people voted illegally.
Now is a great time to treat him like a ‘normal’ President elect.
I assume that the President elect has facts based on intelligence briefings
and that he is speaking the truth.
‘Millions’ of illegal votes suggest a criminal conspiracy to undermine the election.
It means the result of every race from the president to the house to the governor’s races is suspect and that to ensure the will of the people a national audit is imperative.
Mr. Trump is the incoming President and normal presidents don’t spout bullshit.
I therefore assume that millions of people voted illegally in the 2016 elections and as a concerned citizen, I demand a national audit of the vote.
If you agree you can sign this petition:
Excellent post from Gronda Morin
“We the people” are hearing from the republican President-elect Donald Trump that we need to come together to support his plans to lift up our country. His pleading is for us to allow him enough time to prove that he will make good on his promises.
He and his surrogates are asking for the public to grant them some kumbaya time with a straight face, even after he and his campaign operatives were the catalyst for the most contentious, divisive and mean spirited election process that I have witnessed in my life time.
I would take the president-elect’s pleadings seriously, if I observed actions, signaling that he truly has plans to represent all Americans and not just his Alt-right, White Supremacists’ ideology- bound followers.
Here are four signs that I am looking for that would give me some pause, but I am not holding my breath in the meantime.
1.) He is not to bar the democratic presidential nominee…
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