At first, we underestimated Donald Trump .de 2015, formed a Super Pac dedicated to the Hillary Clinton elections. As for the outcome, he was brilliantly wrong. While Mr. Trump was in office, I misinterpreted his policies again for having been involved in the conservative movement for many years: same judge, same tax policy, deregulation of the same big corporation, support for the same religious rights, denial of the same science . There have been some creepy tweets, of course, but Mr.Trump still thought it was a gradual difference, no different from previous Republican presidents and candidates. When many books and articles came out warning that the United States was headed for dictatorship, I dismissed them as exaggerated, I did not see it, the sky did not fall under Mr. Trump’s command. Immediately after the November elections, my opinion of him began to change when he falsely claimed that the elections were fraudulent and refused to give in. In doing so, Trump showed that he was ready to undermine confidence in the democratic process and, over time, nearly three-quarters of his supporters proved that the loser is indeed the winner.I was able to convince you. There was later evidence that a parliamentary uprising broke out and then instigated by hiring attorney John Eastman to write detailed notes that could only be explained as a coup plan. A recent Senate investigation documented Trump’s desperate efforts to harass government officials. However, I worry that many Americans are still unaware of the authoritarian impulses currently on Trump’s side. Democrats must take steps to prevent it. Are the Democrats prepared for such a tough (and costly) struggle? Many liberal voters withdrew from politics because they were convinced that Trump was no longer a threat. Nearly half of women in battlefield countries pay less attention to political news, according to a survey conducted for SuperPAC. But in reality, he was seldom elected in the last election. Not only does Trump appear to be preparing for the 2024 presidential election, he is also whipping his supporters before mid-2022. And if the Democrats ignore the threat he and his allies pose to democracy, their candidates will suffer and jeopardize key reform opportunities in Congress next fall. False allegations of electoral fraud and false objections to legitimate votes are expected to become an integral part of Republican politics in the future. All Republican election defeats are denied with lies and all Democratic victories are banned. It’s poison for democracy. By the end of September, 19 states had enacted 33 laws that made it difficult for citizens to vote. The Republican National Committee’s Election Conservation Director said the party would be more aggressive in filing cases before 2020. Virginia’s choices can be manipulated. Most worryingly, Republicans in Swing State cleared the electoral board and allowed Protrump supporters to block the number of votes. In January Arizona legislature tabled a bill that would allow Republicans to revoke recognition of elections that don’t go their own way. The legislature has authorized the electoral authorities of the parties to “delay or block” voting documents. Why are you worried about the elections? The Democratic Party is now facing an opposition, not a regular party but a party that is ready to sacrifice democratic institutions and norms in order to come to power. A Bill passed by Congress to protect our democracy from such attacks would have been an important step in addressing these challenges, but on Wednesday Republicans blocked the latest version of the bill, and given the Democrats’ lack of unanimous approval of the filibuster, Republicans may have managed to destroy the last hope of federal electoral law during this session of Congress. Even if the media is responsible for “saving” Democracy and preventing another authoritarian-minded figure like Donald Trump (or Trump himself) from leading America? And if so, how does election coverage need to change ahead of the 2024 race?
The author is a 3rd-semester law student and the Student Editor in chief of the Editorial Board at LRASJ,
From Maharashtra National University Mumbai, India.