Dear Snowflakes

[Although some of you don’t appear to be snowflakes at all.]For those who were very disappointed that Hillary didn’t win, here are a few thoughts. Sorry.I do know how you feel too.

I watched as the Democrats tore into Clarence Thomas during his confirmation hearings, when he was nominated as a Justice for the Supreme Court. They did more than tear into him.They demonized him. They went through his garbage trying literally to dig up dirt on him. When all that failed they lynched him on live television by falsely accusing him of sexual harassment.His poor wife and he had to sit through the televised lynching.Thomas was a  perfectly good man who was confirmed in the end but had no joy in what should have been a great honor.I was enraged but there wasn’t a damned thing i could do about it.I certainly didn’t take to the streets, burn cars,  vandalize businesses or verbally and physically assault his opponents. 

I didn’t vote for Obama and he won.Romney and McCain were not my first choices either. i had to watch with great disappointment when the candidates i did support lost in the primary. It was especially heartbreaking when Herman Cain withdrew from the race;he didn’t  lose per se. He just faced a terrible choice; but i believe  for the sake of his marriage and family he dropped out.I was hoping he’d stay in spite of the onslaught he faced but i do understand why he would not want to go down that road. It was a huge disappointment.When that was all said and done we went on to the election between McCain and Obama then Romney and Obama. i was called a racist in 2008 and 2012 the minute  i said i opposed Obama. It wasn’t his race but his surrogates were told to get in our faces and make it about race. They did too believe me and they were relentless about it.It must have worked;he won twice. Yes,he won fair and square just like Trump won fair and square.Politics is brutal. They don’t call it a blood sport for nothing.

[McCain and Romney were crappy candidates too.It didn’t help.]

I didn’t like it but survived the 8 yrs Obama was President. Life goes on. He deserved a fair chance.We hope our Presidents will do well whether they’re our candidate or not.The President succeeds,the country succeeds.The President fails,we fail.
 I have never seen,in all my years,the garbage that’s been pulled on our newly elected President by the media and people on the left.I have never seen a group of young people go into such a hissy fit-in some instances temper tantrums-because their candidate lost.

Our candidate lost-i felt bad-but i didn’t go into an uncontrollable crying spell. There were comments on Twitter about Pres Trump’s interview with David Muir at ABC, accusing Trump of being insane(among other things)or mental. Evidently these people missed some of the liberal antics the rest of us have seen.Can you imagine what people from other countries think of the United States when they see these people in the news? Groups like DisruptJ20,March for Women & Resistance including Shia LaBeouf.

You want to talk about whacked we can go there.ALL funded and supported by George Soros.They are not organic grass roots groups that represent the majority of the American people.

So help me God,you have to wonder what our country has come to.Those aren’t just snowflakes having a difficult time accepting a disappointment in life.

 You see an 11 yr old starting a fire for no apparent reason  and saying ‘screw the President’ you better start asking some serious questions.

I’ve seen some very unnerving alliances against Pres Trump too.I’ll bring up those alliances in the next blog entry.They are anti American to their core.It should concern everyone.






Andrew Napolitano: Trump has committed the most revolutionary act I’ve seen in 45 years | Fox News

Within four hours of becoming president of the United States, Donald Trump signed an executive order intended to limit immediately the effects of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) in ways that are revolutionary.With the stroke of a pen, the president assaulted the heart of the law that was the domestic centerpiece of his predecessor’s administration. How did this happen? How can a U.S. president, who took an oath to enforce the laws faithfully, gut one of them merely because he disagrees with it?

Source: Andrew Napolitano: Trump has committed the most revolutionary act I’ve seen in 45 years | Fox News