Brian  /  Wisconsin

“He feels that he should have complete power to do whatever he wants.”

Video Transcript

“My name is Brian, I am a former Trump voter, I live in Wisconsin.

“I was pleased with a lot of the results, but felt uncomfortable with how he’s talked about women and how he talked about people that he disagreed with.

“There seemed to be a very serious lack of respect for others that didn’t feel like he was the type of president that represented how I like to communicate with the world around me.

“During the 2020 campaign, it seemed like more and more concerns were raised that caused me to begin to question whether I could vote for Donald Trump. When it came down to it, I chose not to cast a ballot for president rather than choosing to vote for him.

“His insistence that the election was rigged, that he hadn’t lost, that there’s no way that someone like Joe Biden could have beaten him in a fair election, I just became very discouraged and distressed.

“I think my greatest concerns related to Donald Trump moving into the office of president again in a second term would be his desire to remove anyone who disagrees with him from any position of power or influence.

“It seems to me that he feels that he should have complete power to do whatever he wants and to minimize the power of the other branches of government, which in my view is very dangerous.

“The United States was founded with freedoms and rights and privileges that belong to all people, regardless of their religion, regardless of their point of view, and I just don’t see Donald Trump willing to respect those other points of view. To me, that’s a very fundamental part of who we are as a country.

“He as a person, his character, and how he treats others is just not someone that I would want to have as my president. It has become very clear to me that I just cannot, in good conscience, cast a vote for Donald Trump. He’s not the man that I want as my president.”