by: Brent Smith
I’m sitting down on Election night with nothing to write for the following day. It’s a very strange feeling when I usually have so much to say. Heck, I have to make an effort to even attempt to get my podcasts under 20 minutes because I drone on so at times.
When I write an article, I struggle just to keep it under 750 words, most of time.
But now, as I sit here, staring at a computer screen, I have little to nothing to say. I have a myriad of thoughts and emotions, but nothing worth sharing as they are all just what ifs. What will we do if… What will they do if… What will Biden do if… What will Trump do if…, etc.
I thought of writing something completely off-topic, but I mean, we all know what’s consuming all the air in the room – the election and whether we’ll have any idea as the night wanes who the winner is.
Obviously I hope it’s an electoral landslide for Trump, but regardless of the results, it’s going to be contested.
So I think I’ll just keep my powder dry and wait to see what tomorrow brings – let others speculate and what-if things to death.
Actually, now that I think about it for a minute, the only what-if scenario that is assured is what radical leftists will do if… They will riot, because that’s what they do, it’s what they’ve been planning for and it’s what their getting paid to do.
If it looks like Trump will prevail, the left will riot, loot and burn cities. If it looks like Biden will prevail, they will celebrate as if their team just won a championship – and then they’ll riot, loot and burn cities.
In this whole unpredictable mess, it’s the only thing we can on.
So in the mean time, like many, I will watch and listen and pray for our nation NOT to be consumed by the Darkside.
The only thing I have to add is, for the next few days make sure to be situationally aware of your surroundings – be aware of what’s going on around you. If you have to go out, put your phone away, keep your head up and on a swivel, as it were. Things are likely, at the very least, to get weird, especially in cities. Don’t get caught somewhere you may regret.