Protests vs. Trump won’t stop soon

There was a quote in the Jan. 26 edition of the Mirror from President Donald Trump, who said, “There are millions of (fraudulent) votes, in my opinion. Of those votes cast, none of them come to me. None of them come to me.”

How, exactly, he knows this is quite the mystery.

Trump cannot accept that he lost the popular vote by a huge margin.

Now he wants to spend millions of taxpayer dollars on a baseless investigation. For what? He won. Get over it.

What would really be sweet is if after the investigation, these millions of so-called fraudulent votes were found to be for Trump. What then? Is he still the president?

Trump has yet to divest himself from his many business holdings, he has yet to release his tax returns. He has members of his family as part of the White House staff. He wants to bring back torture, rendition, black sites.

He’s issuing gag orders, building a wall, punishing sanctuary cities and shows total lack of respect for anyone who disagrees or dislikes him. He continues to issue executive orders that are either illegal or nonsensical. He has already made an enemy of Mexico. Who’s next?

The protests against Trump are continuing around the world and they won’t stop anytime soon, especially with people like his pal, Steven Bannon, telling the media “to keep its mouth shut.”

We still have freedom of speech, freedom of the press, the right to a peaceful protest. The medial is the only thing that will keep Trump from turning this country into Nazi Germany.

We all know that Trump is a pathological liar, which has been proven over and over. He’s a bully, a flim-flam artist.

And for those who continue to bring Clinton and Obama into the conversation, they are not part of this equation. This is all Trump.

He is out of control, and the Republican Party as well as the Democratic Party had better do something soon to rein him in.

He’s an embarrassment not only to the United States but to the world.

Elizabeth Shade