Three Wednesdays in January: Insurrection, Impeachment, Inauguration

January 2021 started off with every Wednesday, thus far, experiencing a major, historic event. Maybe should just cancel next Wednesday, the last Wednesday of January. I think we’ve had enough excitement for one month. Wednesdays were never meant to have this much excitement.

January 6, 2021: Insurrection

Congress gathered to count the Electoral College votes formalizing Joseph Biden’s victory in the 2020 presidential election. Then all hell broke out when a mob of Domestic Terrorists enabled and encouraged by Trump and other hatriots stormed the Capitol Building.

January 14, 2021: Impeachment

The same Congress whose members were forced to run for their lives voted to impeach Donald Trump for the second time. Trump will go down in history as the only president ever to be impeached twice.

January 20, 2021: Inauguration

The four year nightmare finally ended; we inaugurated our 46th US president: Joseph R. Biden.

America is a nation where 81,283,485 patriots cast a ballot to literally save their Republic. More than 81 million American heroes — of all races, religions, genders, countries of origin, income and education levels — voted against fascism, against totalitarianism, against racism, against everything Donald John Trump stood for.

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