Dear Editor, Epiphany – January 6th – is considered a church festival to commemorate the coming of the Magi as the first manifestation of Christ to the nations; or, in the Church of the East, the baptism of Christ. What happened on January 6th in America instead was perhaps a final manifestation of a demonic departure. The day was plagued with turmoil and trouble by Biden’s opponents, and it was not until midnight that the shaken and agitated US Congress confirmed and endorsed Biden’s victory and victory. It was a dark day for democracy in the USA, when America was under siege; a coup was inspired, influenced, inspired and provoked by the outgoing President Trump in a “Dessert Storm” fashion; Mobs, gangsters, thugs and pro-Trump anarchists in violent rebellion managed to physically demolish their way and stampede all over Capitol Hill. It was a day when America ceased to be an icon for the “Beacon of Hope” and became a doom for the “Symbol of Despair.” Two women and two men died, 52 were arrested, dozens of people were injured in an unruly crowd, and many Capitol Hill Police officers were injured in the line of duty. Republicans who voted for the destroyer who wanted to make America great again are now angry, and reprimanding Trump as the destroyer that is tearing America apart. When the oxygen is removed from supporters, this day has become a turning point, and Republicans have come to realize that it may not be right, and they are not going to defend America by attacking on Capitol Hill. Trump urged and urged the organized mob to walk down together on to Capitol Hill and take America back, not by weakness, but by strength and by strength, to prevent VP Pence from fulfilling his legal duty while allowing the smooth process of counting the electoral college’s vote certification. It was a stomach-churning and gut-wrenching day, when protesters turned terrorists and goons plundering and vandalizing Capitol Hill, and engaged in criminal activities to disrupt a constitutional process. He did not disagree, but he organized chaos and lawlessness at President Trump’s request, nursing the wounded pride of a selfish man, a man who had abandoned his job and choosing to divert his time golfing and directing the heads of Republicans who were unsupportive in any official capacity , and to motivate his insurgents to rebel and help him not abide by any peaceful presidential change. Donald Trump wanted VP Pence to reverse the election results, which shows that Joe Biden was legally elected as the next President, and Kamala Harris was legally elected as the next Vice President. As the sitting President, Trump tried several legal petitions challenging the results, all of which were dismissed or withdrawn. Many have been appealed and treated indiscriminately by the courts in different areas. It was truly surreal, and this outrageous caucus saw the end of a time of incoherent Trump endangering the lives of members of Congress, who had to dive for safety, security officers pulling guns to stop them physically attacking them. Shockingly, surprisingly and sadly, President-elect Joe Biden addressed the nation carefully, saying: “Democracy is under unprecedented attack”, asking Trump to address the despicable situation, and go on national television to postpone this illegal act by his supporters and ask them to leave the default and go home peacefully. Biden asked Trump to fulfill his presidential duty and defend the constitution. Donald Trump allowed the unruly crowd to carry out their illegal and criminal activities for the whole day, and not until the end of the day, when the curfew between 6pm and 6am in Washington DC State was about to begin, he said, in a reference video tape one minute, at his rowdy men and women to hope for peace. But he also reminded them that the election was a fraud, lied to them and said he loved them. His words would support the violent behavior and the after-effects, thereby the call for accountability, impeachment, punishment, commission of inquiry and the enactment of the 25th Amendment. This Amendment can pave the way for VP Pence to become President for the remaining term until January 20th, considering Donald Trump ineligible to occupy the seat as incumbent president. The Washington DC Mayor expressed that it was a cold and horrific day when the attack on democracy was unbelievable, shameful, illegal and uncommon. Trump’s breach of duty, his abuse of power, and Wednesday’s fiasco are things that only happen in a Third World country, as praised by Trump’s senators and close Republican friends. His supportive allies, including Graham and Pence, withdrew from his company, reprimanded his actions, and claimed that such revolutionary acts constituted revolution and witnessed a civil war, namely Davis vs. Lincoln. It was active domestic terrorism perpetrated by white supremacists. Two hose bombs were found, one from the DNC and one from the ANC, and other weapons. These groups are affiliated with the KKK, perpetrators of white racism. The troubled and shaken Republican senator Mitt Romney, in his speech to the ground, pleaded with Trump to abstain from his lies and frankly, reminding the world that what they saw is not representative of America. Embarrassed and disturbed by Trump’s devious and devilish revenge, his demonstration of arrogance, arrogant false ego and bombastic sincerity, staff resigned from his administration, and his closest allies left him in frustration and embarrassment. The rest of the world was stunned and shocked by the oppression, as they witnessed the shame and humiliation perpetrated by Trump and his advocates. Guyanese was reminded of the APNU / AFC’s vulgarity and cowardice displayed by senior party members when counting the election votes last March. Guyana was also besieged by Granger and his cabal, as they tried to rig the election and refused to surrender to a PPP / C victory as confirmed by the result of CARICOM’s recount. Granger and his APNU / AFC party humiliated Guyanese at home and abroad; and now, as if he were tutoring Trump, Trump duplicated Granger’s nescience to paint a day of doom and madness, crushing America’s image at home and abroad. It was a desolate day that started out shaky for Democrats, but ended on a solid foundation as they seized control of the Senate, as they won two Senate seats in the State of Georgia, thereby gaining control of the House and ‘ r Parliament. . It wasn’t until the early hours of Thursday morning that Trump promised an orderly transition to the Biden Presidency, but he still hasn’t given up. He remains isolated in his lonely world, just as Granger continues to hide in his palace. It’s humiliating, as the world notes that Twitter and Facebook have indefinitely blocked Trump’s account.