So, I don’t normally do politics, but I have to get something off my chest as it has been burning me for quite a while. Even before this election, which is honestly just a reflection of what the DNC has done to us.
First, I want to say that I feel betrayed by American politics, and have felt this way for quite some time. Why? Because of the two party system, and that the only thing that stood in the way of theocracy and science denial was the democratic party. Thus, we had to dance to their beat or face whatever lunacy the Republicans had in store for us. And in a large way, I think the DNC knew this. It’s why they felt so comfortable putting forth such an unlikeable candidate.
I mean, seriously, Hillary Clinton? This is a politician who doesn’t even try to hide that she stands with big banks and corporations in a time when the American public has turned against banks and corporations. A candidate who was against same sex marriage, and voted for the war in Iraq. A candidate who changes her views based on whoever throws money at her. A candidate with so many dirty little secrets and skeletons in her closet that only her most loyal followers are willing to look past. She stood for nothing and represented nothing except for more of the same political corruption that we have long since grown tired of, and the only defense she had was that she wasn’t Trump. The only reason to vote for her was fear of science denying theocrats. Classic case of blackmail and extortion if I ever heard it.
Liberals expect me to be angry about a Trump presidency. They expect me to be mad at the third party voters. No. I hold the liberals responsible for this. Liberals are only bitter at the third party voters because once a third party gets in charge, they won’t be the only people to protect against Bible thumping lunatics who think the earth is 6000 years old and thinks God needs to go back in school and that gays shouldn’t marry. I encourage third party voters since they might also protect against the tyranny that the left has become. “Vote for us, because you fear them.” That’s not good enough. Clearly.
Now, she did win the popular vote. Regardless of how you feel about the electoral college, it is the law, and whoever won the popular vote is as relevant to the presidency as what I had for breakfast. I’ve seen some articles stating that the electoral college may vote against Trump due to the fact that she won the popular vote. That is unlikely by a wide margin. Trump won with 306 (if you count WI), which is 36 more than the 270 that he needed, and he won them fairly. This isn’t like the 2000 election where Florida was just given over. Trump actually won each individual state. So basically, you’re asking for nearly 36 states to change their vote, against the wishes of the state they’re representing. It’s not going to happen.
If you’re on the left and are bitter that third party voters took some votes away from you and led to a Trump presidency, then maybe you shouldn’t have put forth such a worthless candidate. And I’m not saying Bernie Sanders would’ve won or that the primary was fixed. I honestly don’t know if Sanders would’ve been the better choice or not. But I know they could’ve put someone less worthless than Clinton. The DNC got precisely what it deserved, and I would be ecstatic if the only other choice wasn’t the Republicans. I long for the day when my choices aren’t whatever sludge the democrats churned out or hyper-religious nutjobs who want to take away people’s rights and force anti-science upon us.