Two months after President Donald Trump suffered a humiliating landslide defeat to Joe Biden, after losing over 60 lawsuits challenging the election results, after a sustained campaign of sabotaging the transition process, after failing to persuade state legislators and election officials from the battleground states to nullify the election results, after convincing his cult-like followers that the election was stolen from him, after cajoling and urging his sycophants in Congress to echo his big lie of massive election fraud, and after his attempt to sabotage the process of Congress to count the electoral votes and certify Joe Biden as the winner blew up in his face, the inciter-in-chief finally admitted on Thursday that he had lost and would not serve a second term.
Trump made the admission not in a live televised address to a nation shell-shocked by the failed insurrection that he inspired, but in a two-minute video posted on Twitter.
“My focus now turns to ensuring a smooth, orderly and seamless transition of power”, said the monster who has neglected his presidential duties since his election defeat to ensure that the transition would be anything but smooth, orderly and seamless.
The narcissist couldn’t bring himself to formally concede or even name the statesman who defeated him, President-elect Joe Biden.
There are still 12 days left in Trump’s administration, and as sure as night follows day the restrained teleprompter Trump will switch back to the raging maniac before he finally leaves office.