In the Book of Revelation in the Bible (@Donald Trump: i.e. the final book of the black book you used as a prop outside St. John’s Episcopal Church on June 1, 2020), there is a reference to the Abomination of Desolation. It refers to how the Antichrist will one day stand in the Temple in Jerusalem and declare himself to be God. It’s a terrifying image in context, and the phrase Abomination of Desolation is not exactly complimentary to boot.
I don’t believe or claim that Donald Trump is the Antichrist of the Bible. However, his actions on June 1, 2020, in order to stage a photo op are (for me anyway) a foreshadowing of that future event and the type of despicable individual capable of performing it. For Donald Trump to present himself in front of the church, and hold a Bible aloft as if in declaration of some victory while a “path” was cleared for him…how does one describe it or even begin to comprehend it?
At the very least, the President’s actions were akin to those of a dictator and not of a President of the United States who has sworn to uphold our Constitution.
I did not vote for Donald Trump in the November, 2016 election.
I will not vote for Donald Trump in the November, 2020 election.
Additionally, I will not vote for any Republican candidate running in the November 2020 election. The entire GOP is complicit in this event, and has supported the progressive downward spiral of the Trump administration from the first moment of its existence. To add further shame to the event, senior Republican Senators have even fully supported the President’s actions and/or offered pathetic excuses to avoid condemning his actions.
It’s MY VOTE, and NO Mr. Trump, you and your cohorts may not have it.