Maga was angry. Their candidate Kari Lake had lost and lost big. She was not going to be Arizona’s Governor after all. Katie Hobbs was. And Maga was disgusted. They weren’t going to take it anymore! So they decided to have a protest — a huge, rip-roaring protest that would give the middle finger to America and show that they — Maga — still ruled the roost.
And they did, in fact, have this protest. It happened outside Arizona’s state Capitol where Maga, looking browbeaten, exhausted, and quite pissed, showed up in huge droves to demonstrate their unending loyalty to Lake.
At least, that was what was SUPPOSED to happen. See, this protest really did occur. Maga showed up, But the Maga wave had slowed to something less than a trickle — a drip perhaps?
How many people showed up at this great protest? Perhaps 200 people. Or 100. Or 50. Nah. This great show of support for Lake was attended by less than 20 people. Good job, Maga! What a dismal little scene this was. If Maga’s goal was to show the great people of Arizona that they had a mandate, they failed miserably.
One can find more people online at the grocery store than at this piddling display of Maga power. All Maga managed to do is show us the truth — and that truth is — Maga is dying. Their candle truly has been snuffed out. And this “protest” was just sad. It showed that Kari Lake was on her own.
At the time of this writing, Lake still has not conceded. Perhaps she never will. But that doesn’t matter. The lesson to be learned here is that Maga has lost their mojo. They have become nothing more than a small number of sad election deniers. They’re so far from the majority that they can’t even see them with binoculars. They’re over, and hopefully, they’re never coming back.