Today is a reminder, a painful one, that democracy is fragile. To preserve it requires people of good will, leaders with the courage to stand up, who are devoted not to pursuit of power and personal interest at any cost, but to the common good.
Some people ask: Why would you impeach and convict a president who has only a few days left in office? The answer: Precedent. It must be made clear that no president, now or in the future, can lead an insurrection against the U.S. government.
And 🇺🇸 citizens were incinerated from the skies under the President who won the Nobel Peace Prize. Many cried too when #BarackObama came to power. Then he promised change. Let's hope Joe Biden is the real deal this time.#Election2020#NayabChohanLIVE
Having #BernieSanders in his cabinet would be the right start. Next pulling 🇺🇸 troops out of 🇮🇶 🇦🇫 working with 🇵🇰 not bullying, offering a real state to Palestine instead of blindly backing 🇮🇱 .. #NayabChohanLIVE
Undermining the legitimacy of an election—what Trump is doing now, and in fact has done for months—is how demagogues destroy faith in democracy and move us toward authoritarianism. pic.twitter.com/SSEbxf5KDd