The properties of The Idomitability Effect is this being difficult or impossible to defeat. As an American citizen, I believe that we all have a right to speak our truths.


Believe in whomever you want. However, if you believe in someone that has shown him or herself to be dishonest, a racist, pathological liar, and never admitting or taking responsibility for any wrong-doings, that’s a problem.

With that said, Donald Trump, it is going to be difficult or impossible to defeat Joe Biden. Believe it!

How and why? First of all, Donald Trump forgot that he is not a Dictator; and our form of government is not a dictatorship. A form of government in which absolute power is in the hands of a person.

An absolute monarchy is a form in which the monarch holds supreme autocratic authority, principally not restricted by written laws, legislation or customs. If you familiarize yourself with the real Donald Trump, you can see it in his administration, and he puts people he knows that he can control in a position of great power.

So that he will be able to go against written laws, he is attempting to rewrite history. He seems to want a Dictatorship, a form of government in which one person or a small group possesses absolute power without effective constitutional limitations.

This is Donald Trump

“Even on Saturday shortly before midnight, Mr. Trump took no rest from stirring the pot. At 11:09 p.m., just 15 minutes after posting on Twitter a statement mourning the death of his younger brother, he retweeted a message urging the abandonment of cities that he, as president, represents. “Leave Democrat cities,” the message read. “Let them rot.”

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“In early June, for example, after weeks of national protests in support of racial justice, Trump ignored aides who urged the president to at least try to calm a nation in the grips of unrest. NBC News reported at the time that the Republican used a simple four-word phrase to dismiss protestors and their cause: “These aren’t my voters.”


Is this the type of leader we need in the White House?

There is no defense for such a posture. American presidents have a responsibility to care about all of their constituents, not just those they see as political allies.”


“In theory, Trump should look at the polls and the popular vote, recognize the limit of his base, and take steps to win over skeptics. But in practice, he doesn’t care: the president prefers to disregard the citizens of his own country who stubbornly refuse to appreciate his perceived genius.


Donald Trump is not going to change, he is who he is.

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