Oh, This Isn’t Worrisome… Not At All…

Just stumbled upon this article by Kevin Liptak and Pamela Brown and presented on CNN.com…

Heated Oval Office meeting included talk of special counsel, martial law as Trump advisers clash

Yeah, we’re getting political again, so if that’s not for you, move along.

For everyone else, here’s the story’s first paragraph:

President Donald Trump convened a heated meeting in the Oval Office on Friday, including lawyer Sidney Powell and her client, former national security adviser Michael Flynn, two people familiar with the matter said, describing a session that began as an impromptu gathering but devolved and eventually broke out into screaming matches at certain points as some of Trump’s aides pushed back on Powell and Flynn’s more outrageous suggestions about overturning the election.

For those who aren’t familiar with Michael Flynn, he is a former Army Lieutenant general who advised Trump a brief time before leaving the office. He eventually pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI and, before he was sentenced, Trump gave him a controversial pardon. Lately, he’s been stating -alarmingly- that Trump should invoke martial law to retain his presidency and negate the results of the election.

Welp, it seems he brought this idea of martial law craziness into the Oval Office and its alarming as hell that Trump appeared willing to listen to this.

I get this mental image of a wild animal that knows the walls are closing in on him and is looking for any way to remain in power.

Given this article, it worries me what other sorts of craziness he may try from today to January 20th to preserve his power.

The irony is that since the election, Trump no longer seems to be engaged in any sort of actual governing, instead going on twitter and claiming all kinds of conspiracies involving the election and repeating, ad nauseum, that somehow Biden and his campaign “cheated” in its win.

By seven million more votes? And, if the Biden folks did manage such a massive voting cheat, how come they were ineffective in getting rid of the likes of Mitch McConnell?

Still, this article worries me.

January 20th, as I’ve noted before, can’t come soon enough.