Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Reynolds hit upon the same idea: Chairman Xiden sure was lonely on Inauguration Day.
Whereas Donald John Trump was and is a man of the people, Xiden is a man of the razor wire.
Reynolds wrote, “Nothing says, ‘This was a perfectly normal election, and now it’s time to come together as a united nation,’ like having your swearing-in behind 12-foot-high razor wire surrounded by 25,000 troops whose loyalty you doubt. That’s what we witnessed at President Biden’s inauguration on Wednesday: a grim testament to the fundamental insecurity and fragility of the re-ascendant liberal elite.
“Democrats no doubt hoped that the optics of this military-heavy presidential installation would convince ordinary Americans that the republic is in peril from the populist ferment that sent Donald Trump to the White House in 2016 and garnered more votes four years later than any GOP ticket, ever. It’s a peril that can only be addressed by, in James Comey’s lovely phrase, burning down the Republican Party.
“But the whole aura was less Lincoln and more bananas. As in banana republic.”
Facts can be more painful than razor wire.
Via World News Daily, Limbaugh said, “They have not legitimately won it. Now, I’m on thin ice saying this. I’m making myself a target saying this, but I’ve been doing this for 30 years. And it’s really no different today than 30 years ago. No different than last week, in terms of the way I approach this. It’s almost a question of legitimacy.
“I’m almost of the mind that they know that there’s not a full-fledged legitimacy to this. But it doesn’t matter because they’re able to lie to themselves. They’re able to tell themselves stories. They really don’t have anybody there [at the inauguration] and they’ve got people replaced by 200,000 flags, 200,000 flags that have been placed on the Washington mall.”
We all know they ole-stay the election-ay.
Official Washington wanted to be rid of The Donald once and for all, and so everyone went along with the Fake Election Results.
Chairman Xiden couldn’t draw flies in the summer sitting in a pile of sugar coated manure. (There’s an idea.) But 80 million ballots had his name on them, right? It was a mail-in miracle.
President Trump busted his hump for months doing his day job while spending his nights rallying his supporters. Hundreds of thousands or maybe even a million people risked their lives to attend his rallies over the course of the campaign.
Meanwhile, Xiden hid in his basement and popped out every three days spoke to a few hundred cars his staff had borrowed from local car dealers. He could not announce his rallies because he knew Trump supporters would outnumber his.
But the election was in the bag. They dumped the Fake Ballots in the wee hours of the morning when even the bartenders go home. The Supreme Court shunned any appeals. The state legislatures refused to fight for a fair election. The media ignored the evidence of the fraud.
They thought they got away with it, too,
Then 2 weeks before the inauguration, 100,000 people showed up at the national mall for the largest Trump rally ever.
And maybe 100 of them showed up at the Capitol, and our overlords freaked out. Someone opened the gates on the gatekeepers. Congressmen crawled into their safe places.
h/t Sleeping Giant