A Biased Political Year in Review

Susanna Conway

JUN. 7, 2021

Our year in review starts back in September
So far back it’s hard to remember

Our year in review starts back in September
So far back it’s hard to remember
Trump and his wife came down with the virus
Which some might say was a plus rather than minus

Ruth Bader Ginsburg sadly passed away
Leaving behind many feelings of dismay
Replaced with a blonde catholic mom named Amy
Who’s rushed appointment was a burden to many

Then came a day we won’t soon forget
A day that left Donny-boy rather upset
Joe and Kamala took home the gold
Making history and breaking important thresholds

Though the election was over, the fight wasn’t yet
All eyes turned to Georgia, who broke in a sweat
After months of campaigning and getting out the vote
Ossoff and Warnock were at the end of the road

Early one morning a January day
Thousands of nimrods came out to play
They broke into the capitol and started a riot
While their cult leader watched and remained rather quiet

Calls for impeachment would soon be made
Though the clock was ticking, it was a matter of days
Donald Trump was impeached for a second time
Yet a lack of votes did not prove it a crime

Biden and Harris soon took the torch
And our nation began healing from its painful scorch
Though nothing is perfect, and things need to change
Sometimes all we need is a presidential exchange