Trust is the glue that binds any relationship together, including the relationship between citizens and their government.
The presidential elections is a dagger in the heart of the relationship between tens of millions of American voters who question the integrity of the election and the U.S. government’s response (or lack, thereof).
As poet Maya Angelou said, people will forget what you said and what you did but “people will never forget how you made them feel.”
What is most important right now is that many Americans feel, with some justification, that their voice was illegally silenced and their rights as American citizens were abridged. It is the consequences of erosion of trust that should be most concerning right now.Continue reading “Election: U.S. At A Crossroads”