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Consequences post-January 6 Sedition

February 7, 2021

Since President Trump incited sedition on January 6, we are not seeing the full consequences of the election of Joe Biden in 2020. The full damage of that will be experienced in the 2022 elections.

In the “post-Watergate” 1974 elections to the 94th U.S. Congress, Democrats controlled 61 Senate seats and Republicans controlled 38 seats. In the House, the Democrats held 291 seats, a gain of 49 seats. Republicans lost 48 seats.

Today, with a 50/50 tie in the U.S. Senate and a slim 9 vote lead in the U.S. House of Representatives, President Joe Biden is reading the tea leaves and moving his Party in line with the radical Left in anticipation of favorable results in 2022, equivalent to the “post-Watergate” elections.

In tomorrow’s trial in the U.S. Senate to convict Donald J. Trump of Impeachment, Democrat prosecutors will affirm their judgment that President Trump engaged in sedition and will deplore refusal to recognize that fact by Republican Senators.

If their portrayal of January 6 events is persuasive, President Biden’s bet that 2022 elections will be similar to results of post-Watergate elections will certify Democrat control of the U.S. government. In my opinion, after January 6, resurrection of the GOP as a force in national politics is not possible and a new multi-party system of Democrats, Republicans, radical Liberals and traditional Conservatives will displace our Two Party system. A multi-Party system will develop and more accurately reflect social, political and cultural differences in American society.

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