Friday on MSNBC, Rep. Debbie Dingell reacted to the next wave of pardons that could be coming from President Trump between now and Inauguration Day, when the left presumes he will be leaving office to make way for the media’s prematurely-declared President-Elect Joe Biden.
Dingell expressed her concern to MSNBC’s few Christmas Day viewers and was asked to expound upon what Trump’s legacy could be, which she said could be defined over the next month.
“I think there are a lot of good lawyers studying it,” she said. ‘Nothing would surprise me. I think these next 26 days are a very scary time for this country because we don’t — I would look at the president and say to him, ‘Mr. President, this is about your legacy, and right now, there are a lot of people that believe in you. They voted for you. please think about what your legacy is going to be, and this last month could define you and could define what our democracy is.’”
Indeed. If Trump doesn’t concede in the face of the Democrats’ widespread, election-overturning voter fraud, then his legacy will be that he repelled the left’s treasonous disregard for our democracy. The next 26 days will be scary as Americans wait to find out whether this country will continue to be made great again, or whether the great American experiment will end in failure.