The United States presidential election of 2020, scheduled for Tuesday, November 3, 2020, will be the 59th quadrennial U.S. presidential election. Voters will select presidential electors who in turn will either elect a new president and vice president through the electoral college or reelect the incumbents. The series of presidential primary elections and caucuses are likely to be held during the first six months of 2020. This nominating process is also an indirect election, where voters cast ballots selecting a slate of delegates to a political party’s nominating convention, who then, in turn, elect their party’s presidential nominee.

President Donald Trump of the Republican Party, who was elected in 2016, is eligible to seek reelection.  In the event, Trump runs and win the Republican Party as their nominee he should be boldly confronted about his character and behavior.   If lying doesn’t offend you or disrespecting women and others, Trump is definitely your man.  On the other hand, if he is not, you should vote for a candidate who’s willing to publicly disrobe Trump and deal with him on a level where he not only understands but most American will as well.

I’ve written many blogs condemning Trump’s character and if you have not had the opportunity to read any of my blogs I encourage you to do so.  I do understand how busy life can be, therefore, here are some of the comments I’ve made about Trump in previous blogs.

” Before I continue, allow me to address how Trump beat sixteen Republicans.  Trump simply out racist them.  Remember Trump proudly and boldly carried out a one year campaign against President Obama’s birth and schooling.  No other Republican was brave enough to go that far.  Meanwhile, thirty percent of White Americans seemingly were waiting for someone to be racist enough to say what Trump was saying.  Black Americans and people of color always knew the race card still exist and played a major part in America.  The false sense of Trump’s greatness to beat sixteen qualified Republicans was no phenomenon, on the contrary, it was race-baiting at the lowest level. divide and conquer”.

“Trump was born into racism, his father was a racist.  Trump is very comfortable palling around with racist people.  Alex Jones, Rush Limbaugh, and others alike shares one common thread which binds them; Confederate Conservativism, they believe in the Alt-Right Movement.  “Take Back Their Country” is their mantra, The Alt-Right is nothing more than a dressed up name for the modern-day KKK”.

“Should we be Outraged When our democracy is broken, when we don’t enforce the rules of Law, when we allow bullies to bully?  Should we be Outraged at ourselves as well?  Already Trump has fallen short, but having fallen short after taking the oath of office, we as Americans should be Outraged”!

The official count of Trump lies is nearing a new benchmark. President Trump has made nearly 2,000 false statements in his first year as president.  New York Times as reported JUNE 23, 2017 lays out how many times and how often Trump lies.  It’s not just his lies, but his arrogance displayed (as if he’s privileged to do so because he’s RICH and WHITE, with the extra bonus of being PRESIDENT).  I must admit this is very disturbing and upsetting for me.  The many things Trump has done and said are totally contrary to what Republicans once stood for.

If Trump chooses to run again the Laws of average says he will win simply because the economy is doing fine and he is an incumbent.  That is so unless an opponent gets down in the dirt where Trump lives.  Trump’s opponent(s), must be willing to disregard the moderator, disregard the fact that it is a Presidential Debate, disregard being polite or Politically Correct.  One must be willing to get dirty, must be willing to go down to the gutter where Trump lives.  A good example of this was demonstrated by the current governor of Louisiana, John Bel Edwards(D-LA) when he versed then-Senator David Vitter(R-LA) for the 2016 governor’s seat.  Vitter, like Trump, needed to be confronted head-on.  It’s important you check out this link     John Bell Edwards demonstrated how to defeat a very flaw candidate in this video exchange WATCH!  Gov. John Bel Edward demonstrated that when you attack someone with the character like Trump, you must go all in without any fears, ignore the moderator if you must.  Attack Attack Attack, as Bel Edward told Vitter, in their Governor Debate “I’m telling you to your face”

I’m not advocating that Governor John Bel Edwards run for President.  I am suggesting, however, that the Democrats need a fighter as such.  Someone who is willing to bring up Stormy Daniel, the cover-ups and others like her, confront Trump on the many lies he has spoken from- President Obama’s birth, crowd size, and countless others.  Trump must be confronted on stage in the Presidential debate on these and other matters, not through media war but as Gov. John Bel Edwards puts it, “I’m telling you to your face”.

If the Democratic candidate is unwilling to get in the gutter where Trump lives and chooses to stay above the fray “When they go low We go high” they will lose. ” Dignified” has its place but when you’re trying to pull down a nasty bully like Trump one must be willing to go low where he lives to get down and dirty.  Once it’s over and you win, you can always reclaim your dignity while saving the Country.


Rachel Maddow – Sparks fly as Edwards rips into Vitter in Louisiana debate

*Wikipedia United States Presidential Election, 2020


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