Trump’s Defectors Put Money Over Morality (Although I am Not a Trump Supporter But I Supported His Platform Which He Wasn’t Able/or Didn’t Come Through On)


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*JANUARY 16, 2021

NY Times: Senator Lankford Apologizes to Black Voters for Backing Trump’s Election Deceit

NY Times: Patriots’ Belichick Declines Honor From TrumpREBUTTAL BY



Senator James Lankford

What does a US Senator from a solidly Republican, oil-producing state which voted 2-1 for Trump say when Trump properly calls the national election a fraud? He backs Trump, of course. Senator James Lankford(R-OK) on December 16, 2020:

“Just this year they (the “ERIC” System) identified 91,000 people that are registered voters that are dead.  It’s reasonable to ask if people can drift around and gather ballots from other people and do ballot harvesting. Does that provide an opportunity for fraud? I think the obvious answer is yes.”

Now that the challenge to the fraudulent election is seemingly over, what does that same Senator — who pussied out after the “riot” and voted with the Deep State mob anyway — say when the journalistic jackals of the Judenpresse start screaming “racism! ™” over the fact that most of the mail-in ballot fraud occurred in the corrupted inner cities of certain “swing states” (Atlanta, GA — Philadelphia, PA — Detroit, MI — Milwaukee, WI etc.)? You guessed it! Lankford shit his pants (again) and “apologized” to his state’s “people of color” ™ for having done absolutely nothing wrong.

Here’s Lankford now, as described and quoted from the article:

“In a letter addressed to his “friends” in North Tulsa, which is predominantly Black, Mr. Lankford, who is white, acknowledged that his initial efforts to upend Mr. Biden’s victory — which he dropped in the immediate aftermath of the deadly assault on the Capitol by a pro-Trump mob — had caused a firestorm of suspicion among many Black communities around the state.

‘After decades of fighting for voting rights, many Black friends in Oklahoma saw this as a direct attack on their right to vote, for their vote to matter, and even a belief that their votes made an election in our country illegitimate. I should have recognized how what I said and what I did could be interpreted by many of you. I deeply regret my blindness to that perception, and for that I am sorry.’

What a pathetic little weasel. May the occupying army of DC throw his sorry ass in jail too next week.

1. Lankford prays for Trump during the 2019 National Prayer Breakfast. At that event, Trump declared to those assembled: “I will never let you down. I can say that. Never.” When the heat got to be too much last week, Lankford failed to live up to duty as a man, a Senator and a Christian. // 2. In cities like Atlanta, some of fraud was actually caught on film! What’s that got to do with “racism?” // 3. “What we do in life, echoes in eternity.” If “The Storm” comes, Trump’s name will never be forgotten — whereas Lankford’s will be condemned to the obscurity and the shame of a coward.

Coach Bill Belichick

President Trump had planned to award Bill Belichick — legendary head coach of the 6-time Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots — the Presidential Medal of Freedom last week. Belichick once described himself as a personal friend of the President, and had publicly endorsed Trump in 2016, and warmly congratulated him after having achieved a  stunning victory in spite of what Belichick referred to as “a biased new media.”

But the coach — citing “the tragic events” ™ of January 6th — caved into political and professional pressure by finally issuing a probably ghost-written statement announcing that he would not accept the prestigious award. Belichik too became a  “sunshine patriot” — no pun intended.

1. Belichik was late to cave-in, but cave-in he did. // 2. Patriots ex-quarterback Tom Brady was also a Trump man. But the pussy-whipped pretty boy was then forbidden by his super-model libtarded wife, Giselle Bundchen, from attending any further White House ceremonies for championship teams. // 3. Brady & Belichick of the New England Sunshine Patriots.

In these types of situations, we should never automatically label people as cowards. Often times, a decent man — perhaps with a family to support — may get trapped in the difficult spot of knowing that speaking and acting freely would be an instant career killer. And even the most noble-minded politician — if he’s worth his salt — must understand that resorting to a bit of strategic surrender and make-believe bluster now and then is absolutely necessary in that innately dirty business — all the more so in a “democracy ™.”

But in the aforementioned cases, there was no reason at all to “justify” such cowardly betrayal. It would have been so easy for both Lankford and Belichick to act as heroes and inspire others. In a conservative state like Oklahoma, Senator Lankford’s seat is 100% secure. So why the frickety frack is he “apologizing” to a small “people of color”  voting bloc that votes 90%+ Demonrat anyway?

As for Belichick, he is nearly 69 years old with a 60 million dollar net worth. No one can take away his 6 championship rings, or fire him, or tarnish his name as the greatest football dynasty builder of all time. He, like Lankford, could have publicly told the social justice crowd to F-off with no consequence other than putting up with a 2-minute hate which would pass as quickly as it came. Heck, since his candidacy began in 2015, Trump has endured  5 years of 24/7 surround-sound hate — and never buckled.

Just watch how fast these self-serving moral cowards try to hop back aboard The Trump Train when “The Storm” hits next week. But Trump will have no use nor tolerance for these men-of-dust as the names of the real “heroes” will surface and forever be known to posterity. “What we do in life, echoes in eternity.”

Where have all the good men gone
And where are all the gods?
Where’s the streetwise Hercules to fight the rising odds?
Isn’t there a white knight upon a fiery steed?
Late at night I toss and I turn
And I dream of what I need
I need a hero
– Sing it, Bonnie. Sing it!

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