Washington Post Columnist Complains That Conservatives Are Rejecting Joe Biden's Olive Branch

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On the Saturday after election day, Joe Biden, in an attempt to claim an office he had not won, gave a victory speech even as ballots were still being counted.

It was as pathetic and as saccharine as the man himself.

He promised, “to rebuild the soul of America, to rebuild the backbone of this nation, the middle class and to make America respected around the world again.” And yet his entire campaign revolved around the destruction of American jobs, uprooting American values, and kowtowing before his Chinese paymasters.

And he threw out this as a sop to Trump supporters:

For all those of you who voted for President Trump, I understand the disappointment tonight. I’ve lost a couple of times myself. But now, let’s give each other a chance,” Biden said. “It’s time to put away the harsh rhetoric, lower the temperature, see each other again, listen to each other again. And to make progress we have to stop treating our opponents as enemies. This is the time to heal in America.

Right now, it is becoming undeniable, though, that given the magnitude of the fraud involved in this election and the utter impossibility of determining a winner in those states which, in a high-strung state of Wuhan fear, threw off all safeguards to guarantee free and fair elections. Here we are nearly two weeks after the election, and some races are still undecided. Many others are fraught with all the signs that the US State Department or international organizations would use to flag an election as fraudulent. Read:

Our Election Process Looks at Least as Fraudulent as That of Gabon and Ukraine, and There Is No Reason to Trust the Results

Yikes! State Department Precedent Qualifies This 2020 Election as “Rigged”

The stench of theft lies so heavy over the election that even grassroots Republicans, not necessarily Trump activists, believe it was stolen. See As Recounts and Court Cases Mount 70 Percent of Republicans Have Concluded the Election Was Fraudulent.

At the New York Times, the reality is dawning that this election may mark a sea change in American politics. It may be that point where half the country has finally had enough of the cheating, where they’ve decided that while they could abide a little tasteful and discreet cheating, that stealing elections on an industrial-scale with the insouciance of a non-binary queer/questioning, pre-transitional furry blowing xis nose on a Kleenex and tossing it on the sidewalk (read This Isn’t Just the Theft of an Election, This Is a Message to All of Us) is a bit much to stomach. From an article titled Biden Asked Republicans to Give Him a Chance. They’re Not Interested.

That is the hard reality Mr. Biden is facing, even after winning a race in which he secured a larger share of the popular vote than any challenger since 1932. Towering before him is a wall of Republican resistance, starting with Mr. Trump’s refusal to concede, extending to G.O.P. lawmakers’ reluctance to acknowledge his victory and stretching, perhaps most significantly for American politics in the long term, to ordinary voters who steadfastly deny the election’s outcome.

“We’re willing to accept the results, as long as it’s fair and done correctly and certified correctly,” said Sherrie Strong, another supporter of the president’s. She, like others, took Mr. Trump’s position that it was strange that he had been leading in numerous places because of in-person votes on Election Day, only to be overtaken once mail-in ballots were counted on election night and over the days that followed. (The delay in counting mail-in ballots in several states was because of restrictions imposed by Republican state legislatures.)

“It’s just a little upsetting when you go to bed at night, and all of a sudden, four days later, these votes are magically appearing,” Ms. Strong said.

The Biden camp and its supporters have no reason to expect us to either concede this election, unless and until President Trump does so, or fall in line behind Joe Biden.

Throughout the campaign, Trump’s supporters were cast as racists and xenophobes despite him making unprecedented inroads with Black and Hispanic voters. Throughout the election, when Trump supporters gathered for a First Amendment-protected (at least until Fauci gets hold of it) demonstration, we were accused of threatening violence.

Biden and his camp have made it clear that orthodox Christians have no place in the country he would rule. They have made it clear that government is the master, not the servant. They have deliberately tried to create racial and ethnic divisions and have stoked riots that have trashed American cities. They have tried to crush the economy of this nation for shallow and short-sighted political gains. They have attempted three coups against this president, all involving bad faith allegations made by known liars.

Not only do we have no duty in assisting Joe Biden in carrying out his theft of the presidency, but we also have no duty of loyalty to him at any point. We owe him 100% total resistance. We owe him and those who serve him the harshest of criticism. And we owe unremitting hostility, and, if possible, election vengeance on any member of the GOP who cooperates with him on even the smallest matter.

No, we’re not interested in sanctioning the wholesale theft of this election. No, we’re not interested in working with Biden because he has no vision or principles that would allow us to exist in the America he would try to create. No, we’re not interested in loading our fellow Christians and conservatives on boxcars destined for the camps.