Here’s the thing about Joe Biden’s inauguration


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Insurrection and threats to the lives of several sitting Democrats is a notable and understandable reason to (at first) conclude that the Biden Inauguration should take place indoors. This has been an extremely hostile Transfer of Power, leaving even the most confident supporters of the Constitution questioning the security of the Inauguration process, vs the security of it.

There is a lot to be said for safety, but there are times when there is more to be said for continuity. A vital example of “importance of continuity” came on January 6, 2021 when the Senate chose to complete the process of Electoral College Vote Certification even after a bloody, deadly insurgence on the Capitol had taken place.

Electoral College Certification is largely a matter of form, yet It was the example set by Legislators that their Constitutional duty would not be thwarted which spoke volumes to the American People (both supporters of the Constitution and those seeking to topple it).

The next important moment of continuity on the Transition Agenda comes when Joe Biden is sworn in as the 46th President of the United States of America. You probably got a chill reading that line.. and that, in part, is why the continuity is so necessary.

So much can be done online, virtually and by closed circuit. But more so this year than any other, Americans need to see their President – hand on Bible and heart on sleeve, in order to move forward with profound confidence.

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