Mia Adler Ozair feeling frustrated.
Trump just refused to say whether he would accept the results of the election if he loses.
This is unprecedented. In America. Not in the third world, or in delicate democracies, of course.
At this point, this is not a moment in history that’s about any one issue. It’s about defending our democracy.
If you say you wish Hillary would follow the law but you support Trump, you support a man who completely undermines the law’s foundation.
If you want to fight Roe v. Wade or any other law, but you support Trump, you support someone who is taking direct aim at the process by which that would happen legally.
If you want Republicans to be in power in Congress, but you support Trump, you are supporting someone who wants to throw those very votes into question.
Please see this. Please see that this is so much deeper than any issue you can think of in a normal election. This is not a normal election, it’s officially become a referendum on the way our country conducts its democracy.
And you have a choice: will you vote to sustain it, or will you vote to put a permanent chink in its armor just to make a point?