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“We’ll make America great again, even if I have to stay here in the White House for the next 10 years. I’ll get the job done… or maybe 20 years.” “The Gadfly” columnist ROBERT MACKLIN puts his imagination to Donald Trump’s victory speech…

“My fellow Americans,

Robert Macklin.

You have done a big thing today. You have re-elected me as president with the biggest majority in history. That’s a big thing, let me tell you… really big. Bigger than any other president in history.

You did it because you know that I will make American great again. Make America great, really great, again. Now that’s a beautiful thing, a big, beautiful thing.

Just look at the numbers. I have them here. Florida, big numbers, and I knew it. People told me, they said: ‘Mr President, you’re gonna win big here’, and there they are: big numbers. And Sleepy Joe, he wouldn’t know, he hasn’t woken up yet.

And look at this – Georgia, Kentucky, really big numbers. Probably the biggest in history. 

You know what they’re saying, Deep State and whoever? They’re saying it’s not fair, we gotta wait till the US mail finally gets around to delivering the phoney votes that they’ve put together somewhere – do you believe that?  

They got together, printed the voting forms or whatever, voted for Sleepy Joe, mailed them and then went along today for another go. And they want us to count all of them! Every single phoney vote!

You know what I told them? ‘No way,’ I said. One vote, one value, one day. And that’s today, November 3. It’s in the Constitution – Tuesday, right? Tuesday, November 3, right there in the American Constitution signed by Jefferson and you know, Adams, and those founding fathers, Washington himself, Lincoln, all of them…

That’s what the Deep State doesn’t like; that’s why they did it, got all those votes mailed in and then went along today and tried to vote again. And that’s what’s behind all this rioting and looting today. And when I sent in the soldiers to bring some law and order you saw what happened. They didn’t like it; they didn’t listen when I told them: ‘I’m the law-and-order president’.

Well, now they know, right? Now they know.

And California, they think we should wait for days or months till all their phoney mail-ins arrive. They think we should wait around all night, just to find out what their votes add up to. 

Well, too late California, they don’t add up to nothin’ because the electoral college – remember them? – right, the electoral college has decided already, I’ve got the figures right here – 308 or more, that’s a minimum, probably much more, people tell me the biggest margin in history. We got 308 minimum, Sleepy Joe, 53, something like that; that’s what they said.

They also told me: ‘Mr President, they said, the terrorists are going to take to the streets’. They don’t like losing, even if it’s the biggest margin in history, they’ll take to the streets and it’ll be carnage. They said: ‘Mr President, you gotta do something.’

And they’re right. I said: ‘I’ve got your back. I’m the law-and-order president and if necessary I’ll have the defence forces of the United States doing what they do best – defend America. That’s what they do; and that’s in the constitution, too. That’s what I took my sacred oath to do. And I’ll do it.

You just watch me; I’ll stop the carnage – defend America, our America – doesn’t matter what they say, it’s right there in the constitution. And we’re going to do what we always said we’ll do. We’ll make America great again, even if I have to stay here in the White House for the next 10 years. I’ll get the job done… or maybe 20 years… and just remember, forest management… it’s gonna get cooler!

God Bless America!”

robert@robertmacklin.com 

 

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