Hard election lessons
What we have learned from this election:
That our decades-long suspicions of the incestuous relationships between Democrats and the mainstream media are true.
That the Clinton Foundation, ostensibly a charity, has been used to enrich Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton and their supporters.
That the foundation’s many major donors, some of which were foreign governments, contributed in exchange for access to Clinton and favors from her State Department.
That instead of the media investigating those in power, most have sold out and looked the other way. Our salvation has been hackers, whistle-blowers, Wiki-Leaks, Edward Snowden, Project Veritas, etc. They are willing to risk reputation, massive legal bills and more to expose the deceit and corruption among the Washington elite.
That about half of the American people — most of whom are honest, work hard and want government to leave them alone to raise their family and pursue their interests — also pay attention to what politicians say and do.
They know that most are not “public servants” but are in it for the love of money and power. That is why they responded to Trump’s “drain the swamp” message, despite the imperfections of the messenger.
The Know Nothings have risen again, only this time with the force of unfettered mass media access behind them.
The people have spoken. Help us unite as a nation.
In a spasm of righteous, myopic anger we have rewarded, with re-election, those who gleefully sat with their thumbs in their rectums for eight years dutifully attempting to thwart any recovery from the crippling recession which their economic policies created.
And we have endowed them with a crass, ignorant, solipsistic, bloviating buffoon to lead the nation backward into a new dark age.
Lord, have mercy on us. We’re gonna need it.
The following nations have nuclear weapons: India, China, Pakistan, Great Britain, France and the United States. We all live in daily fear that someone could make a mistake out of insanity or ignorance. The Earth would no longer be fit for habitation.
President-elect Donald Trump states he would use nuclear weapons. This is dangerous.