Did you ever think you would live to witness a President of the United States try to pressure a state official (the Georgia Secretary of State) into changing election results so said president (who, two months after the election and two weeks before he has to leave office whether he likes it or not) might be able to overturn the will of the people?
Or did you ever think you would live to witness a President of the United States say he is counting on his vice president, who will preside over a joint session of Congress tomorrow to confirm the Electoral College votes, as set forth in our Constitution, to disrupt the process so that the Constitutional process, not to mention democracy itself, are thwarted?
I have been patient with Trump supporters. I've told myself they follow their consciences just as I do. But how do you support this? It's a question I would like to ask the two senators from my state (I refuse to call them "my" senators) who have pledged to disrupt the process tomorrow, which has firmly assured I will never cast a vote for either of them.
It's about so much more than Democrat or Republican, liberal or conservative.
I've seen a lot in my life. But I've never seen anything like this.