The beginning of a new calendar year is usually an arbitrary landmark that ends up being more of a psychological change than anything else. But in the case of moving from 2020 to 2021, we’re looking at real change in short order.
We’re now nineteen days from Joe Biden becoming President of the United States, and Donald Trump becoming an afterthought who’s eligible for indictment and arrest. We’re about to see wholesale shifts in presidential policy that will benefit America across the board. We’re now seeing a vaccine rollout which will soon mark the beginning of the end of the pandemic.
It won’t all happen today or tomorrow, but change – real, fundamental change – is in the air. We spent 2020 in the trenches, fighting with all we had, earning this change, and now we finally get to see it play out in the coming days and weeks.
There’s no finer group of people I’d rather have fought alongside these past four years than all of you. Here’s to 2021. It’ll be our year when all is said and done.
Bill Palmer is the publisher of the political news outlet Palmer Report