In August, Carl Benjamin, also known as Sargon of Akkad, posted a persuasive intellectual case for Donald Trump’s candidacy in which he said that “Trump is the protagonist of an important moral story whose narrative arc has yet to resolve. And resolve it must.” ...Here is the video.
There is only one person who stands in opposition to a ruling class that sneers at our country and the “peasants” who inhabit it. Only one person exhibits the greatness to oppose our self-anointed elites. In other words, there are none on the Republican stage who possess Trump’s je ne sais quoi. ...
Yet, the job was left unfinished; his arc was interrupted. Whether you believe the election was legally fortified or outright stolen, it denied to a reasonable electorate the opportunity to recover a small slice of liberty for themselves while protecting their families from the purposeful attack on and disintegration of their honorable way of life.
Here is a WSJ letter:
I’m surprised to see you jump on the Trump trashes the Constitution bandwagon (“Donald Trump Is ... the Terminator,” Review & Outlook, Dec. 6). Look closely at his language. Former President Trump said that the 2020 election “allows for the termination of all rules, regulations, and articles, even those found in the Constitution.” He didn’t say “calls for,” which is what your editorial implies. He is talking about irregularities paving the way for future mischief, not calling for the termination of the Constitution. Maybe you should call him out for being anti-semantic.He was President for four years, and didn't violate the Consitution any more than Biden or Obama.
John C. Gore