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Trump Presses Republicans to Act Like Democrats Over Election Results

It’s been long said by conservatives that the reason Republicans seem to loose so much political ground, despite their widespread support among voters, is because they refuse to acknowledge that they’re involved in a war.

While treating politics like a gentleman’s game seems nice in theory, giving someone a strong talking to probably isn’t going to get the job done if the other party has their sword drawn.

In the case of Democrats in America today, they have shown in no uncertain terms that they are, indeed, willing to do whatever it takes to make sure that President Donald Trump, the epicenter of their problems, doesn’t have another four years in the Oval Office.

Ever the innovator, the president is calling on Republicans to do something unconventional: act like Democrats.

“Time for Republican Senators to step up and fight for the Presidency, like the Democrats would do if they had actually won,” the president tweeted on Saturday. The president has maintained since the election that there was widespread fraud, all perpetrated by the Democrat party and their sympathizers.

“Massive late night mail-in ballot drops in swing states, stuffing the ballot boxes (on video), double voters, dead voters, fake signatures, illegal immigrant voters, banned Republican vote watchers, MORE VOTES THAN ACTUAL VOTERS (check out Detroit & Philadelphia), and much more. the numbers are far greater than what is necessary to win the individual swing states, and cannot even be contested….,” he tweeted.

The tweet was in response to some Republicans caving to the establishment, now in both parties, who have begun to accept that former Vice President Joe Biden might well be installed as the president of the United States on January 20.

“Courts are bad, the FBI and ‘Justice’ didn’t do their job, and the United States Election System looks like that of a third world country. Freedom of the press has been gone for a long time,” he added.

Newsmax White House correspondent Emerald Robinson addressed the split in ideology by those on the right, tweeting, “What you’re witnessing is the nasty public divorce of the GOP establishment from President Trump.”

One reply to Robinson’s tweet offered a theory as to how the division of assets was like to go, saying “Like any nasty divorce, friends/supporters tend to pick sides. Bad news for the GOP establishment is that 75 million of them are likely to pick President Trump.”

The president brought with him the hopes of many Americans into the 2020 presidential election, due in large part to the way he stirred up the established system in Washington. The halls of government were primarily mystical to many of what Hillary Clinton famously called “Deplorables,” but Trump somehow made it seem possible to overhaul the entire system in a way that might be good for the “little guy” instead of stacking the deck toward politicians and those they’re beholden to.

Trump spoke directly to people (as he continues to do), and he didn’t seem to have any distinct loyalty to any person or organization over his loyalty to what he believed was best for the country. While he gained a lot of enemies, the gratitude from voters seems to have only swelled, and that is what many believe was reflected at the ballot box, before corrupt poll workers and software tampered with the results.

The “silent majority” has proven that they will put up with a lot, but it appears that the line in the sand is drawn somewhere before free and fair elections. Without a way of electing officials that answer to We the People, there’s no future for any freedom, and that’s just not OK with America. Something many hope Republican lawmakers will figure out sooner rather than later.