I find it unbelievable that the President of the United States would try to con the Georgia Secretary of State into changing the vote count of the general election. I listened to the recording obtained by NBC News.
Trump’s insistence that he won the election and that the people of Georgia and the entire country were mad at the Secretary of State’s reluctance to change the vote. What I heard ranged from veiled threats to a good ole boy, wink-wink, con job.
If, and that is a Bigif, Trump or anyone else had evidence of voter fraud, errors, or “skulldugery,” I believe those in Georgia’s government would gladly consider the evidence. However, they are on the record that there was no wrongdoing, and the results are accurate.
After listening to the call, I can’t help but wonder what else he will attempt between now and January 20th? I also worry about how this will impact his base and what they might do. Hopefully, this madness will soon end, and we can recover the soul of America.
Voting is taking place in a significant part of the county, and I don’t think we can say it enough, your vote counts. Some people I care dearly about tell me they can’t vote for Biden, but they don’t want Trump for another four years. I suspect there are many conflicted voters. All I can say is to take a long look at the bigger picture. Consider the quality of life for all people, our planet’s condition, and issues that impact the common good.
Vote your conscience because you will want to live with your decision and not wonder, “what if I voted the other way?”
While the Presidential race is getting the most attention, study your local and state issues. Get to know the candidates and what they stand for. The bottom line is these races will impact your daily life more than the top of the ticket.
Once the election is over, I am hopeful we can focus on healing relationships, restoring civility, and the future for our children and grandchildren.
Vote, then ask your family and friends to vote. Drive a senior to the polling place or babysit for a neighbor so they can vote.