And no, I don't like it.
I could have accepted the result of the election if it was decided like all the others, on the night of. But this one wasn't. The returns that night gave us a winner but the other side continued to "find" and otherwise produce late ballots that tipped each close race in statistically improbable and even impossible ways. It took them three whole days to invalidate an election that the sitting President appeared to have already won with more votes than he'd gotten four years ago. Our President did not become unpopular or lose supporters--he GAINED supporters and voters. Yet it was still taken away three days later under incredibly implausible circumstances. Let me be clear: I am not and never have been a fan of Donald Trump. He's done some things that I've really liked but he's also acted in ways that have really disappointed me. That said however, I do believe that he was given a mandate to be our President in 2016 and I believe that this mandate was reaffirmed legitimately this past Tuesday but the same people who fought him for four years and viciously attacked anyone who supported him in any fashion colluded and engaged in criminal conduct to unseat him despite the voters who trusted the system doing everything right. This can't stand. Not if America is going to remain free.
If I had a Rebel flag, it'd be flying from my porch right now in protest of the declaration that Biden will become the 46th President because I consider his to be an illegitimate administration. Of course if I flew such a flag then my home and I would also be attacked, because Free Speech in this country is about gone too unless you speak the approved speech. That's not America and neither was this election.
Tomorrow my fitness regimen increases. My workouts will be stepping up until I'm fully back in fighting trim, not just healthy. More ammunition, magazines and spare parts are already on order (and some of it is already here) because I think things are just going to keep getting worse in this divided country of ours. And I'm fixing to endeavor to persevere.