“Respect is earned than a right” has become a title to look into how Donald Trump may be ending his position as a President, an exceptional example in the history of the United States of America.
The combined effect of ego and pride in a person turns to an immune delusion syndrome. However, ego and pride are inherent in all humans but always subjugated by law and norms. When these controls are thrown to the winds, it results in Trump’s example. Trump has refused to accept the election result simply because he believed he can win and suppose to win as the incumbent President of the United States of America. He began to disregard the laws and norms when the “supposes” have turned out a dream to him.
Trump is muted and isolated. Capping online revolts and citing the risk of further incitement of violence, Twitter has permanently banned Trump’s account. Donald Trump’s account:@RealDonaldTrump labelled as his megaphone has over 88 million followers. Twitter acted after Facebook, Snapchat, Twitch, and other platforms placed limits on Donald Trump. The series of limits followed on Friday after Trump has called his supporter “patriots” and saying he would not attend the presidential inauguration on January 20, 2021.
Since Friday, the calls for Trump’s resignation or be impeached have intensified. Furious Democrats, backed by a handful of Republicans, pressured President Trump to resign. Republican Senator, Lisa Murkowski has made up her mind to leave the party if the Republicans continue to align with Donald Trump. In spite of the pressures, Trump has vowed behind close doors that he will not resign.
House Democrats intend to introduce the article of impeachment on Monday, and they will charge President Trump with “willfully inciting violence against the government of the United States.” How the President of the United States could be impeached a few days to the inauguration of a new President is a process to be learned by the rest of the world. How the process might work has become public discourse. Some have argued that the constitution allows Congress to remove a president for high crime and misdeamnor. We see how possible this will be from Monday, a few days to the inauguration.
However it turns, history is already made with the lesson of all times, “respect is earned than a right.”