I really don't know what to tell you on that. I have high suspicion, very high suspicion that this election did not go the way that it was supposed to based on our Constitution. There are states like Georgia and Pennsylvania that violated their state constitutions and the way that they voted. But we don't blame this on anyone or anything other than those who used the Coronavirus against our nation. That's really what it all boils down to. Without this mass, mass mail in ballot mail in voting without those mass mail and voting. I think that we can take a lot of these question marks out of the equation. I think that we can look at most of this and realize that without all of these mail and ballots that really have no true verification process to them. We probably have a better election. We have a more honest election. That's what we can look back on. That's what we can blame is how our government treated the Coronavirus. That's what it all boils down to. And what I mean by that is that we we over exaggerated the Coronavirus, extremely healthy people should not be locked out of their homes, Healthy People should not be restricted from living their lives. Healthy People should not have their businesses shut down. That's that's just the reality of it. I think there's a lot behind that. But when we look at everything that happened yesterday, so I kind of got on a rant there about what Donald Trump was, was saying. So anyways, the events that that happened for those who may or may not know, which, if you don't know, and then why are you living under a rock, you really need to wake up. And, you know, I don't think you've even had a turn on your TV to have known what, what happened yesterday. But with all these rallies going on, it was peaceful. It was Trump supporters going out and showing support for Trump and they wanted to stop the a steal of an election as they were calling it. I agree, I think there was enough that we could find to overturn this election. But it just wasn't, it wasn't given. Either. It was a lack of effort by those who were in on Trump's team, or, I don't know, I really don't know what to tell you that that's the only thing I can think of is that it was just a lack of effort. If there really was, it was it was either that there was a lack of effort or there wasn't enough to overturn the election, we have to come to that realization. It was one of the two. Because I don't think that our nation is that corrupt, to completely look past as much evidence as they had. I just don't see that happening in America. But I could be wrong. Ultimately, what happened yesterday was, Trump got in front of these people told them that he's going to march with them, he didn't, he went back to the White House, maybe he meant in spirit, that that's very well possible, I'm not gonna take that away from him, maybe he meant meant that he's going to be there in spirit, he really probably can't be there physically with them to march down there. You know, just from a security standpoint, you're the president of the United States, you're not supposed to be in groups of people like that. And you also have some foreign governments that are trying to kill you right now. So it's probably not allowed for him to be out among all those people. But these people, these protesters, these those who were part of this rally, it was peaceful, they went up peacefully the entire way. The one thing that you can see that that you, you know, it is peaceful, is that they if you look at the difference between these rallies, and BLM rallies, you don't see destruction behind you don't see any kind of trash left left behind. It was simply a group of people walking up to the Capitol, they went up to Capitol Hill, and they went up there and they were supposed to that what was organized was to go out into as Donald Trump said, cheer on those republicans that are going to stand strong and fight for this election. It was more or less just make noise. Let them let them know that you're here. You let them know that your message is that we want a fair election, that they should not walk out of that building without giving us fair results and whatever capacity that comes in. And that that was that was the organized, organized plan was to go there. Simply protest and let your voice be heard. And that that's really all they were supposed to have done.