So Love Trumps Hate, huh?
Try telling that to the anarchists that have been protesting over the past few days across the nation broken in the aftermath of this year’s election results.
It is perfectly fine to be upset with the results of the election. You have every right to feel that way, but there are ways to cope that don’t involve putting people in danger. Donald Trump is the 45th President of the United States, and no amount of #NotMyPresident hashtags is going to change that. Neither is circulating a petition to disband the electoral college.
I have a few questions to ask these protesters:
What is tolerant about beating up people who vote for a certain candidate, doxxing them, and sending death threats over social media?
What pleasure do they get in setting fire to the American flag, a flag that soldiers fought and died for so that they could have the right to complain?
How is smashing windows, destroying cars, damaging property, and calling for his impeachment before he even sets foot in the Oval Office going to make people respect your movement?
Most importantly, why do you hate Democracy so much? Would you rather we lived in a dictatorship that silences dissenting opinions like North Korea, or do you hate it because your candidate lost?
The media is wholly responsible for this.They painted Donald J. Trump as a bigot and racist, playing into the insecurities and fears of people who can’t control their emotions.
Liberals brag and preach and boast about being tolerant, compassionate, and understanding.
Well, they sure as hell aren’t acting like it.
The reason that Trump won is because he got support from women, African-Americans, Hispanics, Asians, and the LGBT crowd. He won because the majority of the nation is sick and tired of political correctness. Acting like a crybaby is not going to change the results of the election.
Dear protesters: If you didn’t want Donald Trump to win, you would have taken the election seriously, instead of casting votes for Harambe, a gorilla that has been dead for almost six months, and Hennessey, a liquor.
I started this blog in July, mainly to write about NASCAR, not about childish protesters stomping around whenever they don’t get their way in life. I don’t want to give these crybullies any attention at all. I really want to ignore it and move the hell on like the rest of the population.
I know that there are going to be more protests in the weeks to come, but from now on I will no longer be paying any attention. Because they’re the ones that are gonna be arrested and thrown in jail. They’re the ones that aren’t gonna be able to find work in the future because they thought it was a good idea to cause anarchy in the streets. Their future is going to be ruined.
Here’s some sage advice I would like to give these protesters.
Maybe instead of complaining about the government, look with yourselves and change for yourselves. Be the change you want to see in the world. Make your communities great again. Love one another. Stand up for what you believe in, but don’t put others in danger to do so. That will only deepen the divide and make race relations worse. If “Love Trumps Hate”, then act like it!
On a final note, I would like to give a special shoutout to the military veterans who put their lives on the line to defend the United States and protect the freedoms that we enjoy in this great nation. All gave some and some gave all.