We Can Breathe Again!…


What is old is new again.

Biden may be the oldest man to ever be elected president of the United States of America, but he brings a new, experienced look to the White House wrapped in a kinder, gentler package.

And, Kamala Harris, the first ever female Vice President-elect, standing radiant and confidant amongst thousands of shards of shattered ceiling glass, a whip smart, effusive, gifted woman, finally has the opportunity to represent.

We can all exhale.

We have been waiting four years to let it all out.

The black cloud has lifted…more than half of America voted for change and clung to the desire to shout, “You’re Fired!”

It is two days since we were emancipated so all I can say is that I do believe in millions of Americans who stood up, got busy and made their voice heard.

We all owe a huge debt of gratitude to Stacey Abrams (Fair Fight Action, New Georgia Project), LaTosha Brown (Black Voters Matter Fund co-founder)), Symone Sanders (Biden Campaign Senior Advisor) and black women throughout the country.

I know I will have to really work for blog topics come January 20th, but I am happy to dig deep.

Cheers.

We toast Joe Biden and Kamala Harris who are a much needed tonic after a toxic four years.

They are faced with enormous challenges, but I know they will shall strive to overcome adversity at home, heal America and re-establish this country as a force and willing world partner.

Watching President-elect Biden and VP-elect, Kamala Harris speak to the nation Saturday night I shed tears of happiness as well as tears of frustration, thinking how repressed many of us have been over the past four years, devoid of peace, calm, normalcy, compassion and a feeling that the president had our collective backs.

Without Agent Orange, Ivanka, Jared, Stephen Miller, Betsy DeVos, Louis DeJoy, Bill Barr, Kayleigh McEnany, etc. polluting the atmosphere, we the people will be able to catch our breath, run Humpty Trumpty and his band of downcast idiots out of town and ultimately, Lock Him Up.

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