Beth  /  Virginia

“January 6th, for me, was kind of like a sucker punch.”

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“Hi, I’m Beth and I’m from Virginia. I voted for Donald Trump in 2016 and 2020, but I would never vote for him again.

“January 6th, for me, was kind of like a sucker punch. I guess I was in denial a lot and just thought, okay, our country has it together and we’re gonna be fine and we’re gonna move on from this. And January 6th was kind of like, this is not the party that I thought we had. This is not the country that I thought we had.

“When Donald Trump threw his vice president under the bus and threw him to the wolves and the lions, that was when like the, you know, being sick to my stomach and deciding that I, well, first of all, that I regretted having voted twice for the man who was leading this group of people to do those really terrible things.

“There are so many things that worry me about Trump becoming president again. I don’t think any person who has gotten close enough to being indicted for a felony should be anywhere near the presidency. It’s just embarrassing and just lowering the standards of what the office should be, lowering the moral character of our country.

“I can’t guarantee that Trump’s not gonna be great friends with our enemies and just whenever it suits him to share a document or whenever it suits him to do something that he’s gonna see as advantageous to himself where he’s looking out for himself and the country is just secondary if that.

“I have no hesitancy voting for Biden or whoever else the other candidate is because, you know, with Trump, evil is kind of on the ballot. And anyone on the other side against evil I’m gonna go ahead and I’m gonna go ahead and choose the other side, whoever they may be.

“I’m sure a lot of people don’t enjoy or like Biden, but honestly, the last four years have been a bit, or the last ever, how many years he’s been in office, has been a bit refreshing. I’ll take kind older man any day over the tyrant that we know as Trump.”