“put a sock in it”
Yesterday, Illinois Democratic County Chairs Association (ILDCCA) President, Kristina Zahorik, who’s also the chair of the McHenry County Democratic Party, issued a publicity stunt of a press release demanding Republicans to
- Publicly denounce recent violent calls to action
- Clearly state Joe Biden was elected President in a free and fair election
She ended her grandstanding with an
“Anything less will be considered approval of these attacks against democracy.”ILDCCA President Kristina Zahorik statement, 1/12/21
First I will disclose right now, I am no Republican, I only speak for myself.
Those of you who follow me on Twitter and were not cleansed in the past week, here is my tweet yesterday afternoon:
I mean all of what I said yesterday, and don’t need childish stunts from Zahorik, let alone threats.
As my friend Michael O’Hogan tweeted earlier this week:
“Conspiracy? The Democrats stole that election…
“Biden receiving 80M+ votes in the election is like a borderline retarded D- student getting an A+ on his final exam.”Michael O’Hogan tweet, a Midwest, pro-life Libertarian Populist
While I wouldn’t have used that colorful of a language, the fact Biden outperformed Barack Obama, even among black voters, is something I still find hard to believe.
Yes, COVID, violence from the Left and Alt-Right extremists (Oh, I forgot, “ANTIFA” is an “idea”), may have produced an election much like 1932.
It’s hard to believe Biden did better than Obama with black voters. This election gives a perception of not being fair throughout parts of the country, in spite of the fact the courts refused to hear the evidence in court.
So “acceptance” is the furthest I will go, and as of 11AM CST next Wednesday, Joe Biden will be President of the United States, with the respect that goes with it.
But Zahorik, and anyone else who thinks they can grandstand and gloat, a quote by a character John Vernon played in The Outlaw Josey Wales at the end of the Civil War will apply to the gloating grandstanders:
That quote goes with calls for “unity” delivered with a smirk. Actions speak louder than words, and right now, Democrat calls for unity are 9 out of 10 vapid.