Donald J. Trump won the 2020 Presidential election against Joe Biden. End of story.
It is vital that all Americans affirm this to be the case.
No, he is not occupying the White House at present, but this is all part of a covert operation planned by Trump that will allow him to retake the White House after the defeat of the mutant Omicron. I realize most liberals will find this hard to swallow but accepting Trump’s 2020 victory is a must if American is to avoid a fascist takeover in 2024. Let me explain:
Franklin D. Roosevelt won four terms as President of the United States: in 1932, 1936, 1940, and 1944. He died of a cerebral hemorrhage in April of 1945, just a few months into his fourth term. Shortly after his death, Congressional Republicans began formulating what would become the XXII Amendment to the United States Constitution. The amendment passed in 1947 and was ratified four years later on February 27, 1951.
The gist of the XXII Amendment is that a person cannot serve more than two terms as president. If Donald Trump lost the 2020 Presidential Election, he is eligible to run again in 2024. If he does, he will win; Marjorie Taylor Greene will be the Vice President and Mike Pence and Liz Chaney will be hiding out with Jimmy Hoffa. True, most of the ballots in his favor will be printed on stalks of bamboo, but no one will care. But if Donald Trump won the 2020 election—which he says he did, and which most Republicans say he did, and which I say he did, and which all thinking American citizens should say he did—he is ineligible to run in 2024.
No one should argue against this reasoning. No Democrat should argue against it because they don’t want Trump to run and win in 2024. No Republican should argue against it because they don’t want to deny his victory in 2020.
So, congrats to two-term President Donald J. Trump. All America wishes you well in your retirement starting in 2024.