Many are eager to put 2020 in the rearview mirror. The pandemic rages on and new variations of coronavirus are discovered, but there may be an end in sight with the vaccine. After months of failure, Congress finally passed another relief package to help struggling businesses and families.
At the same time, President Trump has surrounded himself with sycophants urging him to overturn the election he lost by 7 million votes. Some Republican leaders are even urging him to “cross the Rubicon.” The election loss has been the only focus of Trump’s while Americans die and Russia attacks us through cyber warfare. The ramifications of that hack are not yet fully understood.
How does the reaction from the “losing side” to the 2020 election compare to 2016? Will there be a struggle between conservativism and Trumpism? President-elect Biden’s cabinet is his comfort zone. Will they be able to meet the challenges ahead? Will 2021 be any better than 2020 in American politics? Tyler Axness and Jason Matthews wrap up season one of “What the Hell Happened?”
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