While the nation and the world grieved, not once has Trump attended any of Floyd’s three home-goings. Since President Obama left us, we have had a dictator, an oppressor, a liar and a White Supremacist. To me this disqualifies. So to me the presidency is vacant until someone worthy of that honor comes.
Until we can understand violence is not normal and we continue to dismiss black-on-black murder we will lose many valued souls. In the nation’s capital, around where I live many people go to bed every night with the sound of gunshots ringing in their ears, afraid to let their children come out and play. Elderly people cannot go sit on their porch for fear of being killed like Mrs. Lucas Silence will not help this. Black People have two terrible problems. Them and Us and until we solve both we be merely surviving and not thriving.
In defense I said, “well I was just waiting for the rest to come.”
Swaying in the gentle wind, as if she had hips she could put her hands on them, she replied.
I need no crowd, no applause, no permission to blossom, to bloom. I was born to beautify, just like I am.
When you know who you are, why God made you, you just be the best at what you can be.
There is also plan B. Under martial law, the president can seize banks, seize control of the Internet and media to broadcast his emergency statements. He will have enormous power and since he believes whatever he does is in the public interest and the cowardly GOP will back him up, he can close down the polls and the elections to save the Republic because the Pandemic would make it too dangerous for large groups to go to the voting polls.
During these times, it is helpful to understand we all have personal pulpits, not just