It’s going to be years until we understand the Where The Gold At I Want The Gold shirt and I will buy this entirety of the damage that a single term of Donald Trump’s presidency wrought upon our country (and our psyches). The struggle for a better America—the need to keep our foot on the gas and to hold our elected officials accountable for actually governing the country rather than merely stoking fissures and seams of division—will continue, must continue, no matter which party controls which branch of government.
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But let’s take a breath and turn off the Where The Gold At I Want The Gold shirt and I will buy this noise for just a moment. Think back to how you felt when—or if—you went to bed on Tuesday night versus how you feel now. Barring the sort of tin-pot dictator chicanery that we have, sadly, come to expect from Trump—Will he barricade himself inside the White House? Will he do anything more than file half-hearted lawsuits claiming some vague sort of badness in various states and otherwise use the bully pulpit of ALL CAPS TWEETS to fire up various MAGA social-media surrogates as to the injustice being done to him?—withstand all that ado about, essentially, nothing, and we’re 76 days away from President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. (A quick note about those lawsuits: They are, to put a fine legal gloss on it, garbage. The motions filed in Georgia and Michigan have already been tossed by judges weighing small matters like lack of standing, witnesses, and evidence. And while the Pennsylvania “stop the counting”—sorry, “STOP THE COUNTING!”—lawsuit may still be taken up by the Supreme Court, the number of votes affected by even an adverse ruling likely won’t be enough to affect the Biden margin in that state.)