More Republican Senators Call for Trump to Concede, Biden Transition to Begin

One of the biggest differences, generally speaking, between elected Democrats and Republicans is that the former party understands what unity means.

Though practically everything today’s Democrat Party stands for is anti-American and wrong for our country, you have to admire the way members stick together on issues and when one of their own is under fire. It’s a quality GOP voters have long hoped their own party would adopt but time and again we are disappointed by weak-kneed members who don’t have the grit to defend themselves and their colleagues.

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Like now, for instance.

The one quality that glued most of President Donald Trump’s supporters to his base was his refusal to back down in the face of criticism from unhinged Democrats and their propagandists in the ‘mainstream media.’ 

We love that about our president. We can’t tell you how we’ve longed for a fighter in a leader who gives back as good as, or better than, he gets.

It’s why we’re going to stick with him no matter what, especially now when it seems rather apparent that this election was robbed – taken (stolen) from him by deep state and Democrat operatives who, for four years, failed to take him out with a fake Russian collusion investigation, a phony ‘Ukraine’ scandal, an uncalled-for impeachment, and politicization of a pandemic.

Would that our own party have enough sand in their cajones to do the same thing. 

In an interview with that fool Chuck Todd on NBC Sunday, Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-N.D.) insisted the Trump administration begin a transition to a Joe Biden administration – even though the president’s legal team is preparing to present loads of evidence of massive vote fraud in court.

“I agree there has to be an end. I frankly do think it’s time —well, it was past time to start a transition or at least to cooperate with the transition. I would rather have a president that has more than one day to prepare should Joe Biden end up winning this. But in the meantime, again, he’s just exercising his legal options,” Cramer told Todd.

The host responded, “I just want to confirm, you believe the head of GSA tomorrow morning at this point ought to say the transition needs to begin, it looks like Joe Biden will be the apparent winner. Yes, there’s more to go through. This is what the head of GSA said. Yes, there’s still more to go through, but it looks like Joe Biden is the apparent winner. Let’s allow the transition process to begin. Should that be what happens tomorrow morning?”

What Todd really wanted to say was, ‘I just want to confirm you think Trump’s a tyrant for refusing to concede,’ but alas, he couldn’t. 

Cramer responded, “Yeah, it should happen tomorrow morning because it didn’t happen last Monday morning. I think you have to begin that process, give the incoming administration all the time you need. I will also say this — I think Vice President Biden has been a bit overdramatic as it relates to Operation Warp Speed and distribution of the vaccines and things. None of those things are a secret. The military is in charge of Operation Warped Speed. The military still will be there after the election, but there are a lot of other things. I informed my staff well over a week ago they had to cooperate with any transition outreach because we want to be prepared. We have a government to run regardless of who the president is.”

Sen. Pat Toomey, (RINO-Pa.), one of the most heavily contested states by the Trump campaign, also sounded off after an Obama-appointed judge threw out a lawsuit challenging the voting results:

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I congratulate President-elect Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris on their victory. They are both dedicated public servants and I will be praying for them and for our country. Unsurprisingly, I have significant policy disagreements with the President-elect. However, as I have done throughout my career, I will seek to work across the aisle with him and his administration, especially on those areas where we may agree, such as continuing our efforts to combat COVID-19, breaking down barriers to expanding trade, supporting the men and women of our armed forces, and keeping guns out of the hands of violent criminals and the dangerously mentally ill. To ensure that he is remembered for these outstanding accomplishments, and to help unify our country, President Trump should accept the outcome of the election and facilitate the presidential transition process.

With GOP ‘friends’ like this, our rightful president doesn’t need any more enemies.

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