I haven't had any hope for 'Merikuh for years--but now, with protests, citizens and leaders removing monuments that stand for racism and colonization, leaders calling out the WH and police--I actually feel a sense of hope that 'Merikuh may change! There may be hope that Rump will be defeated this year; hope that racism will not only be abolished politically but no longer tolerated; hope that the political, healthcare, and education systems will change for the better...! When I listen to George Floyd's brother testifying before the House Judiciary Committee, I cry-- there may actually be justice! There may be a demilitarization of police against citizens and justice for the racist and violent tactics of police against citizens. Perhaps we can demilitarize this country and learn to work with other nations instead of assassinate, violate, and invade. There might even be hope for economic justice and greater equality in 'Merikuh. It might even become a country in which I'd want to live in; one in which I am not ashamed to originate. Maybe I can finally stop saying I'm from Canada when someone asks. Maybe there is hope for 'Merikuh and if it returns to freedom and democracy, that result will have nothing to do with the misogynistic, racist embarrassment in the WH.
Vote him out!
Black Lives Matter!