Reaping What We Sow

So, Trump’s fans want to send time-bombs through the mail and Trump recommends violence against those with whom he disagrees (CNN, Dems, Liberals, blacks, women, …). So now he reaps what he sows. Membership in the Republican Party (Government of Pigs) is declining. Support of women and youth are declining. The old white men are dying off… The GOP are going to lose control of the House of Representatives next week and losing control of the Senate is still possible. Folks like Heitkamp are raising tons of money for the final week of campaigning. The “toss-up” seats in the Senate have some very narrow margins. Last week may well be the straw that breaks the camel’s back.

[SARCASM]When asked to respond to the bombings, Trump’s main point was that it was a distraction from the campaign to hold onto the House and Senate… Yep, real leadership there. When asked to respond to the shootings in the synagogue, Trump’s main point was that the victims should have been armed with firearms… Yep, more real leadership.[/SARCASM]

I think some of Trump’s support from the “religious right” may well notice the total lack of empathy, except when reading from the TelePrompter. I expect a whole lot more sensitive youths and women will notice. Expect the House to fall heavily to the Democrats with some serious investigations into Trump’s corruption. Expect the Senate to be about 50-50 with many senators being able to read the writing on the wall made by the electorate. For sure there will be no “Wall”. There may even be some bipartisan measures to control Trump’s mismanagement of foreign policy, trade and budgets. All in all I expect Trump as a lame duck will be much more enjoyable than the nonsense we’ve been seeing for two years.

About Robert Pogson

I am a retired teacher in Canada. I taught in the subject areas where I have worked for almost forty years: maths, physics, chemistry and computers. I love hunting, fishing, picking berries and mushrooms, too.
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