Should the worst happen, if you were going to vote for Trump, will vote for Pence instead?
I've never participated in an election in which I've been so utterly disappointed in all the choices.
#Biden is #Obama's third term. I never voted for Obama, but I gave him a chance, and he was a miserable disappointment. I'm not eager to find out how a senile reincarnation of our first half-White President fares and I certainly have no love for Shaka Kalu.
Trump's an even greater disappointment. I didn't vote for him either and I was honestly a little scared when I found out he won. I'm pleased he hasn't nuked us off the planet and did far better than his Nobel Peace Prize laureate predecessor at not bombing the shit out of schools and weddings, but he could have done so much more. I'm convinced he's senile. I gave him a chance, but he turned out to be the worst pandering buffoon to hold office in my lifetime (#PlatinumPlan #Groid Giveaway, for example ).
Choosing between Biden and Trump is like (quite literally, I'm afraid to say) like asking me whether I'd prefer being slave to the #Negro or the #Jew. Biden panders to the anti-White #Left (dominated by the anti-freedom censorious Shylocks at the #ADL ), Trump panders to Israel like they elected him, both fall over themselves in a competition to see who can shower more gibs on Blacks who will always hate them, and neither remotely represents my interests, so fuck 'em both. A Trump win just delays the inevitable.
Therefore, when it comes down to it, I lose no matter who's elected. However, of all the clowns I have to choose from, I prefer the bozos who might let me and some pals legally secede or at least dull our misery with some legal narcotics, so I'll be voting Libertarian.
Maybe I'll get lucky and General Mattis will lead a coup, imposing Starship Troopers government on us.