I just finished listening to the podcast. While I can't disagree with anything he says in regards to Trump's character flaws I think he wildly underplays the threat the Left presents. While in a vaccum Biden may be preferable to Trump politics is never played out in a vaccum. I don't think anyone legitimately believes that Biden will be able to control or contain the radical aspects of the Left, either the extremists in the streets or in the Democratic party itself. Trump may have authoritarian tendencies, but why should I trade one authoritarian that largely leaves me alone for hundreds of thousands of authoritrians who demand I live and believe as they deem correct and threaten to harm me and my family if I don't? It isn't the Right who is threatening to guillotine those that don't give them what they want. It isn't the Right destroyng peoples homes and businesses. It isn't the Right trying to dictate right-think. I also have to roll my eyes at his concern over Trump launching nuclear weapons... If Trump had shown any desire to engage in war I might say he had a point. However, Trump is the first President in 40 years who has niether started a war nor enlarged involvement in a current conflict. If he hasn't sought to get into a conventional conflict, why should I worry he might start a nuclear one?
The Democrats are proposing adding 2 blue states, packing the Supreme Court, ending the filibuster, and rewriting the rules governing elections... They would significantly alter the power balance in their favor simply because they don’t like having the short end of the stick for 4 years. It's a blatantly political naked grab for power. That isn't authoritarian!? Dan ignores all of this and that doing so would completely undermine the legitimacy of the federal government. Right now the Left is far more dangerous than Trump to the stability of the Union.