Dale  /  North Carolina

“I don’t think America can take four more years of the Trump administration and the dysfunction that takes place under his leadership.”

Video Transcript

“My name is Dale. I live in North Carolina. We did vote for Trump in 2016, and we also voted for him in 2020, but we just cannot vote for him again. There’s just no way, I don’t think America can take four more years of the Trump administration and the dysfunction that takes place under his leadership.

“I’ve just been very disillusioned and very upset with all the things that I have seen, and the biggest one for me, the one that really bothers me more than all the things that have happened under his administration, the one that really upsets me more than any of them, is when I sit in my living room — I am sorry, I get upset over this — and watched law enforcement officers being kicked and pummeled with American flag poles and even some of them have died from this. And the Trump camp has remained silent and has not even apologized, and when they finally convinced him to end the nightmare, he went on television.

“He said, “We love you. You’re wonderful people. Go home and be in peace.” I’m like, wonderful people. Really? I was so upset and I sit there in utter amazement and watch this. And I remember asking myself the question, What is going on? This is not supposed to happen. This is not how this is supposed to work.

“This is not the Republican Party that I want to be a part of if this is how it’s going to be. If this continues on, I’ll probably end up going independent. I’m hoping and I’m literally praying that the Capitol situation goes to trial, and I’m hoping and I’m praying that justice will be done and he will be charged for what he did, and that he will have to deal with the consequences of that.

“There is a verse of scripture that I try to live by that’s found in the Book of Galatians. And I believe it’s in the fifth chapter of Galatians, words of the Apostle Paul. The Apostle Paul says, “Be not deceived. God is not mocked. For whatever a man sows to that shall he also reap. He that reaps to his flesh, shall of his flesh reap corruption. He either will reap or sow to the spirit, will reap everlasting life.”

“And it is a saying we’ve heard throughout our lives. I heard it as a child and I still hear it today. You reap what you sow. And if you treat people badly and you treat people mean and you abuse people, there will be a price to pay. And I think there’s gonna be a price to pay.

“And I think if he gets put back in, he’s going to target all the people that have come out against him, and he is going to have open season on them and do everything he can to destroy their lives. I think we’re going to have major chaos in the United States and we just don’t need that right now. If anything the nation needs healing.”