Our carnival barker president is using the Post Office as his plaything to steal the November election. Republicans who fear defeat in House and Senate races will keep quiet in hopes that Trump will rig the election for them as well.
President Trump's grab bag continues to overflow with his plans to rig the November election and win reelection.
From "Russia, if you are listening", to China should investigate the Biden's, Trump acts like a carnival barker and not the leader of the free world.
He barks out his tricks to numb his audience, or infuriate liberals who dare to speak up for "voting rights".
Trump's latest act may be his best. He is putting supporters in charge of the United States Postal Service. His obedient followers seem bent on crippling the mail in time for the fall election, when many voters may want to vote-by-mail to avoid standing in long lines during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Mainstream commentators call on Republicans in Congress to stand up for freedom and democracy.
But these folks are missing something important: It is in the best interests of GOP members of the House and Senate to let Trump get his way.
Many of them will appear on the same fall ballots that Trump doesn't want the Postal Service to deliver.
If our dictator-in-training wins, Republicans up for reelection can also win.
Why should elected leaders in the GOP take action to protect our election?
It makes more sense for them to trust the polls, which indicate the Democratic Party may win back the Senate and build a stronger majority in the House.
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