Why I Deleted a Post

A post I wrote yesterday was scheduled to release at 4 am this morning and it did – for 30 minutes – then at 4:30 AM I woke up and felt compelled to delete it, meaning most of you who subscribe got an email linking you to “Whiffs of West Africa” and received an “Oops message” saying the post is not there.

I felt guilty that I was inflaming the few Trump supporters who still follow my blog, so at 4:30 AM I deleted the post that compared Trump to Yahya Jammeh, the Gambian despot who refused to step down when he lost the election and the featured photo showed him being escorted out by military troops.

Joe Biden has declared this “A TIME FOR HEALING” and I don’t want to make it more difficult for him. So I will honestly try to write no more anti-Trump posts and I hope you “other guys” will decide to work with Biden to bring America back together for peaceful progress as one nation, not two! And yes, the above flag photo is mine, photographed back in 2005 at the Everglades National Park Visitors Center. 🙂

E pluribus unum – Latin for “Out of many, one”

God Bless America!


StoryCorp.org and Public Radio are trying to organize “One Small Step” where you can join them in getting people with opposite views or politics to simply talk to each other. Click the link to check it out and see if you want to participate. Sounds like a great idea Americans!

2 Replies to “Why I Deleted a Post”

  1. And here I thought you deleted it because perhaps some people thought you meant the whiff of Buffalo dung. I live in the Philippines for a while so I know about that. ———— unfortunately 49 %of voters felt T was a great choice. This I find totally distressing and beyond comprehension. I hope for the best but my optimism about the future here is diminished.

    1. Well Steve, I’m trying to be nice now. If the country doesn’t somehow come together, it will not last very long. But we did get rid of the worst president ever and if Trump keeps up his politics and rallies, then there is a huge problem! Better move here before the country puts immigration limits on white people from the USA. 🙂

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