Marine veteran and RVAT volunteer Mike Kabatt published an op-ed in The Baltimore Sun making that case that the United States should not “trade an imperfect president for one who represents the worst in us.” He writes:

In January, one man will stand on stage at the Capitol and take an oath to “preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.” For most of American history, this occasion has been a matter of ceremony, with little doubt that the president would fulfill his oath, regardless of which political party he represented. But this time we can’t afford to take it for granted.

As a Marine, I took a similar oath: to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.” I took it seriously, and I live by it today. That’s why I was so appalled last year when I heard former President Donald Trump’s lawyers denied that he had ever pledged to support the Constitution, arguing presidents are not held to that commitment […]

I had seen enough on day one of the Trump presidency. Years later, I feel more strongly what I knew then to be true: He is unfit for the presidency. His egomania, bullying, disregard for basic decency and open contempt for the military and our veterans render him unqualified. It’s true, Biden is a flawed candidate. But I have no qualms about supporting him in November, because it’s what my oath demands of me.

Read Mike’s piece here and watch his testimonial video here.