How do you feel now after the election? How are you coping with it?
I voted for neither, but it was a pretty funny seeing most of you freak out and acted like children.
No matter what side you're on, we all want to win, on the merits of the ideas and the reasoning, - Everything is racist, everything is sexist, everything is bigoted, doesn't stand up to scrutiny. Those arguments have been exposed, and noone buys them anymore, so you can either double down and keep losing or you can come to the debate stage with better ones. When you do that the worst thing that happens is you learn a thing or two from people different than you. Maybe, just maybe, you should stop pointing at everyone else and turn those fingers inward at yourself. Maybe, you are wrong. But being wrong is human, we are all wrong sometimes.
Being constantly offended doesn't mean you're right, it just means you're too narcissistic to tolerate opinions different than yours.
Why don't you just give Donald Trump a chance? Grow up and stop crying like little babies, it's embarrasing for everyone.
>>717565097 i feel indifferent. i honestly wanted him to win over hillary because the dems were going in the wrong direction and was hoping this guy could help them realize the shit they were doing was going to cut it
Trump was the most left leaning candidate the Republican party has seen in a long time. His immigration policy is actually planning on doing something about the amount of illegals in the country. Fuck, at least he didn't take money from Saudi Arabia.
The left have completely abandoned any principles. Sjw thought policing bs should not be what the left is about. Mass importing anti-democratic shitskins should not be in the interest of the left either.
Even ignoring that the idea with a strong state is to make sure that it can prevent large corporations from fucking over ordinary people. That doesn't really work when the left is sucking corporate dick.
The left is corrupt as fuck and need to be completely stamped out and rebuilt before they can be trusted with any power at all.
IVe been becoming more republican and conservative as I get older. Usually I like progressive and liberal views. Trump winning was one of the happiest days ever for me. I didnt think he could do it. I didnt expect him to win so it was like a dream come true. The underdog won, when ever other election I was voting for some independant or someone like ron paul only to lose miserably.
I am glad that cheater didn't won. No matter how bad Trump is, it couldn't be as bad as with Clinton. Here's the memo: Voting the lesser evil doesn't work anymore. We are fed up with your crap. Since Dems are blaming everything on the Russians, it doesn't look like they have learned their lessons. Guess Trump's second term is all but confirmed.
>>717567856 >No matter how bad Trump is, it couldn't be as bad as with Clinton Yes, it can. It can even be worse.
>Since Dems are blaming everything on the Russians No, we're saying Russians interfering with out elections is a bad thing. No one except a few morons are saying it delegitimizes Trump's victory. This is the same mentality that makes you idiots think a few SJWs represent ALL of the left, when it isn't true. That they only talk about identity politics and not jobs, when that's demonstrably false. All anyone, right or left, fucking does is cherrypick.
Clinton was a better candidate because her policies were better for us. I'm sick of people's subjective moral compasses coming into play more than the fucking politics. The left does this shit too, which encourages the right to do this shit.
>>717565097 meh, the guy doesn't have dictatorial powers and he has no interest in governing. He will be the friendly face of the GOP for 4 years whilst privately he'll be exploting the power and influence for personal gain whilst promoting the Trump brand. His children will be much better off in 4 years and everyday fucks like me will not see any difference. The same would have happened under Hillary except she wouldn't be slashing funding for troops oversea (which I don't care about cos I'm not south korean) or slashing taxes for the corporate fucks really running this country. It is a shame that he will deregulate wall street but hey, what can you do. As long as the government props up the banks after the next big crash then we are all good, right?
I suppose the only things that worry me is his planned cuts to science funding (I have played civ. science is the key to victory), the dismantlement of the J-1 VISA program (bye bye sexy foreign exhange students wanting to sit on american dick) and the fact taht in order to boost his appaling ratings the GOP might force him into an unneccesary war.
I do agree with Trump when it comes to women though; I too want to fuck his daughter.
>>717567984 Thank's to Jill Stein we know that Clinton commited voter fraud in Detroit by counting the same votes up to six times. There is no surprise corporate media doesn't talk about it. Not even Republicans go for it.
It's funny how they thought they can treat an entire US election like their shitty DNC primaries.
There was a reason why Clinton didn't support the recount. Stein smelled there was something up and went for it. Also she got more press coverage than pre-election that way.
I mean, whatever. I just feel like both sides are crybabies and like to attack both the opposite extreme. You all made fun of sjws but now are looking for your own reasons to get offended or just be loud for no reason. Wanna know how sensible people feel? both you you need to shut up and let the grown ups deal with the headache
>>717568249 >we're saying Russians interfering with out elections is a bad thing Do you even have legit proofs of that? Where can I report fake news?
>Clinton was a better candidate because her policies were better for us. As a half-Brit I can say Clinton is more right-wing than Theresa May. Also she is a notorious flip-flopper. Instead of judging a person by what she says during a presidency election, judge her by what she did before there was a prestigious position for her to get.
>>717568519 Put muslims into high levels of the government with high security clearances that have ties to the brotherhood. Changed the way unemployment is calculated to make the numbers look better and allowed the NSA to spy on US citizens, and the list goes on.
>>717568694 I'm well aware I lost, pencildick. I'm just standing by my belief that America made the wrong choice. I'll apologize if Trump proves me wrong. My certainty that I won't be is just very high.
The CIA has concluded in a secret assessment that Russia intervened in the 2016 election to help Donald Trump win the presidency, rather than just to undermine confidence in the U.S. electoral system, according to officials briefed on the matter.
Intelligence agencies have identified individuals with connections to the Russian government who provided WikiLeaks with thousands of hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee and others, including Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, according to U.S. officials. Those officials described the individuals as actors known to the intelligence community and part of a wider Russian operation to boost Trump and hurt Clinton’s chances.
“It is the assessment of the intelligence community that Russia’s goal here was to favor one candidate over the other, to help Trump get elected,” said a senior U.S. official briefed on an intelligence presentation made to U.S. senators. “That’s the consensus view.”
According to US intelligence officials, Russian hackers made repeated attempts before this year’s election to get into major US institutions, including the White House and the state department. The tactics were simple: send out volleys of phishing emails and hope that someone clicked.
his allowed Moscow to access about 60,000 of Podesta’s emails. The hackers also breached the Democratic National Committee (DNC).
The emails were passed to the WikiLeaks website, which published them before the US election. The furore dominated the news bulletins and damaged Clinton’s campaign.
Security experts believe two Kremlin-connected groups were behind the hacks. One was was from the FSB spy agency, the other from Russian military intelligence.
>>717569387 Fuck off. I remember a time when 4chan didn't give a shit about your political views. It was all just shitposting anyway. Now you "don't belong" if you ain't a complete conservative cocksucker. moot should not have kept reviving the shithole known as /n/.
>>717565097 >but it was a pretty funny seeing most of you freak out and acted like children. Being unhappy that the person you backed lost and a wealthy idiot, closet-racist and bigot got voted instead is childish?
Where do skinheads get these strawman arguments from?
>>717569271 Cute, except no they did not. But I like the fact that you believe that citing the phony causus belli for oil rush on Iraq under the Bush administartion somehow absolves the CIA, FBI, NSA and DNI's assertion that Russia, and succeeded, in influencing the US election
>>717569330 Barack Obama nominated Brennan as his next director of the CIA on January 7, 2013. The ACLU called for the Senate not to proceed with the appointment until it confirms that "all of his conduct was within the law" at the CIA and White House. John Brennan was approved by the Senate Intelligence Committee on March 5, 2013.
>>717569440 The ones that the US sold Saddam to gas the turks? Nah, they never turned up. Funny story. But how is this relevant to the entire US intelligence community agreeing that Russia tried to influence the US election?
"Us" as in people who vote dont get better policies either way. Its a puppet show, trump will run the nation on fundermental level the same as clinton would have, the hope was that trump may actually chage things.
He wont obviously, but it at least (maybe) will get the political elite to at least make more effort at pretending to care about its electorate.
Except he's right. 10 years ago this thread would have been shit posted to death. Now people are actually trying to make points and sway the opposition. But, because they are stupid and ignorant they are basically shit posting (unwittingly) anyway. 4chan has, unfortunately, become a place for a lot of people to spew their ignorance.
>>717565097 I'm no liberal, but I doubt you make a distinction beyond stuff I like vs stuff I don't like, so you'd probably consider me a liberal anyway.
Anyway, I feel fucking great about things. This country, indeed, this entire fucking world needs to sink or swim. Trump is more likely to put us in a position to realize that, and that's why I voted for him. Either we will sink or swim. I hope we swim, and begin to purge ourselves of the willingness to give a fuck what angry, crazy, and/or stupid people want handed to them. I hope we emerge stronger and more unified than ever, but if not then oh well, it's not meant to be. No matter what, we get what we deserve, and at the very least it'll be good for a laugh.
>>717565097 Actual liberals have almost certainly lost either way. "Progressive" shitstains are generally the ones who lost with Hillary.
The far left is about as liberal as Mussolini. It's not. It is however quite authoritarian and perfectly fine with tyranny as long as it's their specific brand of tyranny, just like the far right.
I didn't like Trump, he's definitely the lesser of two evils to me though (still didn't vote for him, or Hillary for that matter). What I'm happy with so far is he seems to be legitimately interested in ending cold war 2 electric boogaloo by trying to be friendly with Russia instead of treating them as the ultimate bad guy like the old guard does. I also really hope he follows through on protecting the second amendment and restoring stolen rights and the flow of cheap surplus slavshit. I also hope he's able to follow through on congress term limits (this alone would fix many of our problems).
Only thing we really know for sure right now is Trump and Russia are gleefully trolling Obama together. When he takes the seat his whole platform could change in an instant. He's kind of a wild card and I hope he turns really does "Make America great again" rather than ruining us.
When it came to Hillary's loss the "literal shakening" was fantastic and proved just how childish and immature the SJW crowd is. >WE LOST?!?!?! >WE BETTER THROW A TANTRUM UNTIL WE WIN!!!
>>717571462 >this Putin's been handling the accusations quite well. Whereas Russian ambassadors were expelled while America flailed its arms like babies, Putin personally refused to expel any American ambassadors in the hopes of repairing ties.
Reminds me a lot of north korea. They only have nuclear proliferation to stave off the United States. Otherwise, NK enjoys normal trade with China and Russia. And all the US does is constantly threaten NK with destruction and dismantlement--how would you respond?
My point is as much that 4chan is still exposed to the left also.
I see myself as right wing but honestly there is a lot of cross over on ideals between right and left. If we could cut all the emotional bollocks and buzzwords you would probably find that most people have a pretty common viewpoint on most policies.
>>717570647 You means those emails that foreign powers provided to influence the election?
1. Yes they were hacked, so was the RNC only Russia was intent on getting Trump elected. They succeeded.
2. Do you really believe that you can trust all of the content in leaked emails? If so, you are an idiot. When you run a disinformation campaign you always edit some (not all) of the content to make it appalling to those who will eventually get the info.
>closeted fag vice who is bff with the founder of the biggest private security contractor dealing with the US government, he believes the government only has authority if that authority is backed by god >epa director who's job for the last 8 yrs was fighting the epa >secretary of state who's last job was convincing people to let them drill for oil in their land >the guy who's response to a statewide drought was a prayer day in the stadium and who decided on that drought year to cut the firefighting state budget will be in charge of energy >the people responsible for the last economic disaster has been put in charge of the treasury, like they needed more influence, now they can bail out themselves without a middleman
The fuckup list goes on. Not a liberal, but these are self centered appointments, these are not individuals who have ever put the people of their country first.
It's 2017. Sources are for pussies. If I link MSM stories then they are lies and propaganda and if I link opinion sites then it's lies and propaganda.
You will literally have to phone the CIA and ask them if "CIA Director John Brennan, FBI Director James Comey and DNI James R. Clapper agreed on the "scope, nature and intent" of Russia's interference to assist Trump."
Thats is all we got in this world where opinion trumps facts. It is also the reason why certain people refuse to believe what the US intelligence community have concluded and why nothing I say or quote will ever dissuade them from that belief.
Frankly, I couldn't give a shit though:
Russia does not need to have tried to influence the election. Just the fact that people are convinved that he did, including those in the intelligence community, is sufficient to undermine trust in Trump and the democratic process as a whole. The fact that Trump himself asked for the russians to hack his opponents in a press conference does little to discredit the notion that russia helped Trump to power. His subsequent praising of Putin and the appointment of Putin's friends into the US cabinet further plays into the allusion that Putin's hand is firmly planted up Trump's knee. Or up his ass. However you want the similie to play out.
Perosnally I couldn't give a shit though. I just find it hilarious the amount of denial people are in when it comes to Putin's influence over Trump.
November 9th democrats and MSM were stunned by Trump's win. How could this be? We had it rigged in Hillary's favor and Trump actually won?
*shock* followed by *crying* followed by *outrage*.
A recount effort was established. The PA recount request didn't meet the proper criteria, so a lawsuit was filed in order to get it. This was all in hopes to stall those states enough that the electors would not be able to cast their votes on the 19th of December. This attempt failed!
A harass the electors effort was established. Electors were threatened, barraged with emails and phone calls, and tormented in an effort to get them to change their vote. This attempt failed!
Russian hacking claim. Everyone jumped on this bandwagon even though just before the election, everyone was telling us that rigging the election would be nearly impossible due to the fact that it isn't one election, but many conducted by each district in each state. Hacking such a system would prove fruitless. Obama, the MSM, and liberals everywhere scoffed at the idea of the election being rigged. It's funny how this works when the shoe is on the other foot. Classic liberal double-standard at play here.
Assange now comes out and confirms that the source of the leaked emails was NOT the Russians. When will you libs quit? You look like bloody fools. Never in history have I seen this much crying and ranting in hopes to get the results changed. It can't happen, Hillary lost, it's over.
What really happened? The democrat party picked a shitty candidate, and the DNC, MSM, and president even shilled for her. This didn't change the fact that she was simply not Bill Clinton, and generally a very shitty candidate, running a very shitty campaign, ultimately losing the election. Why do liberals always have to blame someone else for their own failings? It's time for some personal responsibility and accountability. This is exactly why Trump was elected.
>>717571169 He is correct. The difference between sjws and the alt-right is cosmetic. It's a difference idiot-speak. Once you break down the language either use, it boils down to, 'WAAHHH, WAAHHH, I want the world to revolve around me.' Whichever side you're on, good luck with that, because you're going to fucking need it.
>>717570744 I guess you asked the facetious question regarding who appointed the director of the CIA? Yeah I know why you asked it child. You were attempting to infer a conspiracy where obama and the director of the cia were best friends and they concocted a story about russian hacking because they were butthurt, not because the attack on a sovereign nations democratic process was a serious and unprecedented act that warrants serious concerns from the electorate and the government?
You know what, I bet it was the jews who was behind it.
>>717571988 I'm happy they did. Bernie would have actually had a decent chance. Hell, even Hillary with a Bernie VP would have had a better chance. She lost almost entirely due to pissing off Bernie supporters, making many of them vote 3rd party or just stay home.
>>717572191 >And the CIA said that Assange has been threatened and compromised by the Russians. Of course he's not going to say they did you you moron. When did liberals start trusting everything the government says? Fuck, 4 years ago when I was a bleeding-heart Obama lover, no fucking progressive friend I knew trusted a breath of the government.
Now apparently we trust everything they say and do. The fuck?
>>717572159 >Except the alt-right got a man elected to the Presidential Cabinet of the United States of America. You mean the same way SJWs got Obama elected? It's called a democracy. Congratulations, you voted.
>>717572945 >SJWs >almost 9 years ago OK nigger. 9 years ago the HTC Incredible had just been released. The first one. The internet was still relatively secluded to social rejects, outcasts and degenerates. Not normies from Facebook, Tumblr and Reddit flooding everything that was once entertaining and clever.
>>717565097 >Why don't you just give Donald Trump a chance?
He's already proven a lot of the things liberals pointed out about him with his appointments and choices. He's going to reverse everything that protects us against climate change getting worse, sign a bill that lets businesses discriminate based on Christian values only, appointed tons of men who were accused of assaulting or harassing women, he's going to work against net neutrality, has made political decisions that will increase his own stock value, and has been buddying up to some of the world's most corrupt foreign leaders. He may also cut the medicaid and social security that a lot of older conservatives rely on.
Just today news broke that House Republicans are gutting the Office of Congressional Ethics.
Even a lot of Republicans are realizing that this guy is bad news for the country.
>Grow up and stop crying like little babies, it's embarrasing for everyone.
I doubt you reacted this way when Republicans mourned Obama's re-election. They reacted exactly the same way.
>>717570935 >Pro gay marriage >Tax easements for poor neighborhoods >Not especially hard on drug laws If anything, he leans more towards a libertarian, having left leaning social policies while having a strong fiscal right.
>>717565097 I accepted him as my president immediately after he was elected. I wish his supporters would accept the fact that he's an idiot and a poor choice. I was starting to think his supporters just had an extreme bias but I have come to realize they are just extremely ignorant.
>>717567421 >The left is corrupt as fuck >Voted Trump >Voted for Exxon Mobil and Goldman Sachs hirings >Voted for partisan Russian involvement in American elections >Voted for massive financial conflicts of interest in stock ownership >Voted for corporate profits over consumer protections
But eh, at least Trump didn't have a private email server right?
>>717573086 >I doubt you reacted this way when Republicans mourned Obama's re-election. They reacted exactly the same way. No. They didn't block highways, walk out of schools and start fires and riots.
Fuck you. Don't you fucking ever lump me in with your liberal degeneracy. You're a fucking malignance on humanity.
>>717571664 Despite Putin being a fucking cold blooded, anti-humanist son of a bitch, yeah, he's been handling this smear campaign rather well. He appears to be the very face of dignified, while Obama's administration points a million fingers to the press, while remaining supportive in official meetings. Fucker ends up looking like an impetuous fuckwit.
>>717571725 The guy who was given the leaks keeps going on and on about how they -weren't- russian. And the CIA has not publicized valid evidence of their accusation, and there's a -ton- of both domestic and foreign installations that disagree with the CIA's accusation.
>>717568841 >But the system has checks and balances in place to prevent a dictatorship.
Dictatorship sure. Massive corruption and billionaires controlling politicians? No.
>America may not be perfect but it's way better than most if not the best system in the world. >if not the best system Hahahahaha You need to read stats on how behind we are in education, science, and various other things, my man.
And don't reply with a dumbass "we're not Africa" excuse.
>>717571725 >Disinformation campaign Nobody's been able to disprove a single podesta email, just as they weren't able to disprove the gunship videos back in Bush's administration. What exactly makes it a "disinformation campaign" when all the evidence points to it being true, and there's no counter evidence?
>>717573463 I've always admired Putin as a leader. I like the term "anti-humanist" you use. I won't disagree, he is anti-human. He comes from the USSR era of "counting lives" to accomplish tasksm which is to say how many lives will it cost to get something done. It was a typical metric used by Party officials to weigh the cost of taking specific actions against a set of circumstances.
Putin has seen his people through the oil glut, US and European sanctions and is forging a new future for them, economically, with the powerhouse of China and the growing powerhouse of India. Yes, Russians generally don't have as many material goods as Americans, but they are by no means poor and destitute. He's done well, and I would challenge ANY world leader, specifically Bush, Clinton, Obama and Trump, to do the same if their countries came under such dire straits.
Regarding the "evil" annexation of the Ukraine: Grenada. All I'm gonna say.
>>717573403 >Voted for partisan Russian involvement in American elections where can I report fake news?
>Voted for Exxon Mobil and Goldman Sachs hirings >Voted for massive financial conflicts of interest in stock ownership >Voted for corporate profits over consumer protections You would've got it with Clinton, anyway.
>>717573463 >Putin being a fucking cold blooded, anti-humanist son of a bitch Fun fact: Putin is an introvert, which is a rare treat for a leader of a super power. So he's probably a channer as well, so your description of him is fitting. He probably wrote all the fake news himself too.
>>717569890 >The interviewer is a propagandist >The interviewee by extension is fake news You're a special kind of stupid, aren't you? But that's okay, you'll just keep blogging like a child while the adults get shit done.
Socialist to the point of nearly being a commie bast are, here. I voted Clinton, never in my wildest dreams could I imagine the government taking such strong control of the the Evil capitolists. Donald Trump is a dream come true. He is pushing the big government envelope further than Sanders ever could have. Plus if he makes a mistake we still get to keep our strong governement and blame the Republicans. Win win.
Republicans has years of oppo research against him, they just obviously weren't going to air it until he was the nominee. Keep it secret and angry progressives could keep hating Hillary because she doesn't compare to Saint Bernie. It was a very good strategical move.
>>717572159 Not really. He himself said that he didn't know what the fuck the alt-right is. It was the traditional Religious Right who got him elected, but they only did so because all but the most hard-nosed of Democrats have lost faith in the party's bullshit. The shoe will be on the other foot again before you know it, just as it always happens.
If you think either party is in good shape you are fucking delusional. Both are grasping and struggling to hold onto their power. Trump was, and is more of blow to the RNC status quo than to the DNC's. The DNC has always shown more willingness to adapt and alter itself than the RNC, and that's why I think that they will remain a cohesive and coherent party well into the future. The RNC is dying, and will be replaced in coming decades by a newer party. It's just a matter of which faction(s) within the existing party will end up in control of the next one.
>>717565097 There was no good or even decent option during this election. Neither of them will get anything done. Too many in the house hate Trump and too many hate Hillary. The best thing we could ever hope for is they don't say too much stupid shit. Big plus is, once he's in the white house Trump will cease to exist outside of public addresses and agenda pushes. He's not interesting. He won't be all over social media as an active participant. He won't be on the late night talk shows other than as a joke and the only news station that'll play him often is the same one people already know to avoid unless you want a laugh.
>>717573413 No, instead they threw a pussyfight and decided to do their best to block everything the President wanted to do so they could try to fight his re-election with "har har you didn't get anything done"
Oh, and then your people started calling Obama a Muslim, Atheist, Gay, Antichrist, illegitimate president that should be impeached because of conspiracy theories.
If you think you're any better you're in a literal bubble of cancer right now.
>>717565097 This kind of discussion is inherently pointless. Not only does it achieve absolutely nothing, but in terms of this election its double edged. Both sides have acted like assholes, children, retards, etc. on numerous occasions. I get tired of seeing this kind of discussion on either side because its a distraction from anything important.
>>717573728 Pretty much. The US is not the fingerpainting that most neoliberals believe it to be. Putin is evil in the sense of he doesn't view human lives as anything but a number, and the fact that he's most likely intimidated political opposition, but that doesn't erase the fact that he took a failing nation, and brought it up to what it is now.
>>717575256 >Elizabeth Warren It wouldn't surprise me, since she never openly endorsed Sanders. It was evident, that she hoped to get a position from Clinton, but I doubt Clinton would actually give her some, since she has a lot of shills to reward first. Now she lost credibility to both camps.
>Bernie Sanders Now that is pure speculation. He went all the way to DC with her. Nominating Tim Kaine as VP, after Bernie endorsed her, was a huge middle finger towards Bernie and his supporters. >"For every blue collar democrat we lose, we will gain two or three moderate Republicans" I see how this worked out for you Chuck.
I've seen countless examples online of people taking an actual email quote, often out of context, and skewing it to imply the writer was talking about a completely different topic than they were actually talking about, in order to create an illusion of corruption that was never there.
>>717565097 >Those arguments have been exposed, and noone buys them anymore, so you can either double down and keep losing or you can come to the debate stage with better ones.
There is nothing to debate about. Nationalists are denying everything. They denounce experts and scientists, they deny scientific knowledge, basing their arguments on emotions. What are we supposed to argue with? You are surprised we call you racist and xenophobic? No other words can reach you apparently.
>>717565097 I'm in the same boat as OP. I don't like the guy that much and I certainly didn't vote for him. But he's the prez and we gotta deal. We dealt with a nigger for the last 8 years and we're still here, so why not a morally corrupt and worthless businessman?
>He replied, “Well, Stein, but—” I interrupted him and said, “You’re lucky it’s illegal for me to punch you in the face.” Then, after telling him to have sex with himself—but with a much cruder term—I turned and walked away.
I hope the American economy goes right into the shitter and Trump starts a new war so that very Trump voter loses his job, loses his health insurance, end up poorer and more fucked than before and their sins and daughters all end up dead in some useless war.
>>717565097 >Dear liberals. >How do you feel now after the election? How are you coping with it? I thought i was in a country that was finally looking towards economic, scientific, and technological progress once again like we used to before bush, instead of a self absorbed nation focused on navel gazing and empty platitudes. I was wrong, it's not that I'm sad, it's that I'm disappointed. >No matter what side you're on, we all want to win, on the merits of the ideas and the reasoning, - Everything is racist, everything is sexist, everything is bigoted, doesn't stand up to.... you can come to the debate stage with better ones. When you do that the worst thing that happens is you learn a thing or two from people different than you. You really overestimate how many people voted for Hillary on grounds of "he's a jerk". It sounds like you've been listening to too much info wars. This election was not about PC culture you retard, it was about electing a man baby to office vs a highly intelligent, highly experienced individual. >Maybe, just maybe, you should stop pointing at everyone else and turn those fingers inward at yourself. I voted for Hillary. It was those that didn't get out to vote, and those that voted for trump I'm pointing my fingers at. Trump is already damaging our ties to China, and he hasn't even taken office. I realize the office of the president doesn't have much power, but it has one power I'm terrified of, and that is absolute authority over the military/nuclear arsenal. >Maybe, you are wrong. I pray I'm wrong, this will be a very fucking eventful 4 years. >Being constantly offended doesn't mean you're right, it just means you're too narcissistic to tolerate opinions different than yours. Then why did you elect the man that describes your statement perfectly >Why don't you just give Donald Trump a chance? Because Republicans never gave Obama a chance. Also, a country without freedom to criticize is a country i don't want to live in.
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