Thursday, June 22, 2017

Yet Another Morning After

On November 9, 2016 the Democratic party and its legions of supporters awoke to a blurred reality with Donald Trump beating its Wonder Woman/Warrior Princess/Saul Alinsky Apostolate Hillary Clinton.  A woman who, by her own admission, was far superior to the average person and would have been happy to stamp out the nation of deplorable middle Americans who had rallied behind candidate Trump. Her legions, located in California, NYC, and other urban centers could not understand how this unthinkable thing could have happened.
Since then there have been a number of special elections (four actually) to fill congressional vacancies created by people moving to fill the administrative vacancies.  In each and every case the DNC has pushed a candidate almost as flawed as her highness HRC.  In each case, they have lost because the local voters are, for the most part, the very deplorables HRC talked about in her campaign and outside money could not buy them.
The Republican Party is gloating.  I expect they will live to regret that, but for now they are busy patting themselves on the back for their brilliance.
What I’ve observed since that remarkable November 2016 night is the DNC and its public news media support seem incapable of self-criticism and examination.  As long as people like Nancy Pelosi, Maxine Waters, Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, John Lewis and Tom Perez represent the DNC, as their public face and leadership, this trend will continue when the average voter steps into the ballot booth.   
For the reality is simple; outside the liberal enclaves they come from they are toxic reminders of a Presidency that sought to divide this nation along racial and gender identification lines with routine name calling, shaming, and at times outright lies.

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