Trump crosses the Rubicon

Open letter to Sens. Marco Rubio and Rick Scott

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President Trump said flatly on Fox News that he intends to destroy the USPS because he believes that if American citizens are allowed to vote absentee/by mail, he will lose the election.

That was a direct challenge to the patriotism and courage of the American people in general, and to the American Congress and Military in particular. It was a challenge heard everywhere around the world. And the world is watching and listening to learn what happens next.

President Trump has said explicitly: “This is America’s ‘Rubicon,’ and I have crossed it. Call me ‘Caesar,’ call me ‘Emperor,’ or call me ‘President for Life.’ It doesn’t matter. What matters is that henceforth America itself must be called a dictatorship.”

Your move, Senator. Will you raise your hand, palm outward, and say “Hail, Caesar”? Or will you take up the arms of oversight, legislation, and denunciation to defend our democracy? That’s your choice. All the “dealmaking” the President is throwing out now is just artless dodging under cover of a smog screen.

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