Enough Americans voted for Donald Trump for him to be elected in 2016. He won the Electoral College by a big margin. He was a career crook who boasted about sexual assault on film, and yet enough Americans still voted for him. He warned during his Presidential debates with Hillary Clinton that he would not accept the outcome of an election if he lost, and yet enough Americans still voted for him.fonzeee wrote: ↑Thu Jan 07, 2021 7:00 amOh will you all fudge off and use your brains. Not only did most people not vote for him, most people who voted didn't vote for him.dam0 wrote: ↑Thu Jan 07, 2021 6:52 amYep well said ACAnonymous 1 wrote: ↑Thu Jan 07, 2021 6:38 amAli's Choice wrote: ↑Thu Jan 07, 2021 6:29 am Americans are sadly reaping what they sowed back in 2016 when they voted for Donald Trump to be their President. He was clearly unfit to lead, yet American voters flocked to him. Poor leaders destroy organisations, and Trump is doing a great job destroying the United States.
Not everything is some morality tale. Sometimes you get f**ked and the credits roll.
Americans somehow thought they were different, that they could elect someone who was uniquely unfit to lead a country, and somehow there wouldn't be a cost. Well there has been a cost. Your Capitol Building was stormed today. The Confederate flag was flown in your building of government. Your Senators and Congressmen were huddled on the floor, scared and afraid. 380,000 victims of COVID-18 have lost their lives. This is the cost of electing an incompetent leader.
As an aside, was today's insurrection and storming of Capitol Hill part of Trump's plan to make America great again?