ICYMI: The One Year Anniversary of the End of Democracy


As we all remember, the counting of the electoral votes on January 6, 2021, in Washington DC was a dark day for democracy. Fences were pushed aside, an unauthorized tour of the Capitol Building was given, and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez lost her mind watching people protest in the wake of suspicious data related to electoral votes. But compared to this year, last year was a walk in the park.

January 6, 2022, has undeniably now become the darkest day in US history. The US government spied MAGA boomers posting outdated memes and articles on Facebook, overheard office employees talk about how inept and incompetent President Biden is, and even found “Let’s Go Brandon’’ spray-painted on a few run-down buildings on the outskirts of DC.

When asked about how traumatizing this year was compared to last year, reporters asked 1/1024th Cherokee Indian descendant Elizabeth Warren to share her thoughts about it all; “Our country has been in steady decline for many years, and it’s not because of how big the government has gotten in such a short span of time. It’s because we have people who hate democracy and the protection the government gives everyone through nationwide surveillance and vaccine mandates. Don’t even get me started on Elo-.” Reporters had to cut her off before she could ramble on about how Elon Musk still doesn’t pay enough in taxes, despite him paying more to the government in taxes this year than anyone else in US history.

Nevertheless, the US government has declared that January 6, 2022, will go down in the history books as worse than Pearl Harbor and 9/11 combined.

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Gage Hollingshead

Gage is the author and founder of the popular website gagesguide.com and Twitter account @gagesguide. He teaches you how to pursue a free, happy life and to take the "white pill" in a world that's increasingly depressed and "blackpilled."