Trump supporters are people, good-hearted people, something that most Americans aren’t understanding. I would argue Trump supporters know what it feels like to be Muslim more then ANYONE
In the media, meanwhile, there is much gnashing of teeth over this. How do you call out a lying liar when nearly half the people in the country voted for him to be their president, knowing full well that he has a fact problem?
It’s the stuff of chilling dystopian cinema and fiction, and Obeid and millions of other Americans are seriously scared
It would appear that the surprise Trump victory has got some city nabobs wanting to roll up the welcome mat before Aurora even gets it on the front porch
Why are protesters milling around the streets of our cities holding up misspelled signs and promising revolution? The argument ended early Wednesday morning when the votes were counted. Trump won.
Trump and his legion of odious trolls and downtrodden supporters will not deter me and millions of others from demanding that his government honor the constitutional and civil rights of all Americans
He Who Shall Not Be Named in many circles is now He Who Is Moving Into The White House in January, beating even the odds in his own Las Vegas casinos. Among those getting a sense of what the shifting ground feels like Tuesday night was Congressman Mike Coffman
I think a lot of good will come out of this toxic election. I think we’ll appreciate that Americans’ tolerance for political mayhem and gridlock has limits, and the past government tar-pit has gone way over the limit. I think we’ll realize that there’s a large segment of the country that feels everybody’s gotten theirs — except them, the middle class
We allowed Trump to use us to create a vast legion of fearful, paranoid and wretched followers, eager to hear his fantasy about the chaos in American urban areas where blacks only make time to murder whites and themselves, lying about a massive crime wave that doesn’t exist