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Trump Elected President: Now What?

President Trump

It happened. America actually elected Donald Trump. After nearly two years of the media trying to convince us it was a joke and Trump would drop out or people wouldn't support him; Trump won the presidency. If you watched any of the network news stations on election night you would have been treated to the typical barely hidden smug disdain the "journalists" had for Trump. Worse yet, if you are an African-American or a Latino you should be insulted by what the media and Hillary Clinton did to you on November 8th. Both the media and Clinton saw you as a monolithic group that was supposed to support Clinton by default. The media didn't even give you the respect to divide you up in groups like they did with the white people. They plastered graphics of this or that percentage of white college educated versus non-college educated but when it came to black and Latino Americans, you were dumped into one basket. The media didn't care if you went to college or not. They just assumed you would vote for Hillary. How snobbishly insulting.


As the election coverage went on, most of the networks refused to call many of the key states even though it was clear there was no way Clinton was going to win. After all, as the commentators would often point out; the black or Latino vote was already counted -- again assuming you would faithfully vote Democrat simply because the color of your skin. But after it became impossible to feign that Hillary still had a chance, the media turned to discussing how it was possible Trump is actually winning. At first, they blamed it on the turn out or the Russians or even implied Trump somehow tricked people to vote for him who shouldn't; like white college educated women -- they were supposed to have been appalled by Trump's behavior from more than 20 years ago. The commentators tried to console each other by finding paths to victory for Clinton. When this failed, they speculated how even if Trump did win that he couldn't or wouldn't do all the things he promised. After all, they are accustomed to politicians from both parties simply saying stuff to get elected. But they secretly know Trump is different.

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Before You Vote For Anyone...

Voting for Trump

Before you vote for Hillary Clinton or Gary Johnson, or Jill Stein, or Evan McMullin or anyone including Donald Trump you should really consider what is happening? In Trump you have for the first time in YOUR LIFE, a person who isn't giving you a bunch of political bullsh@t. He scares the media and the politicians of both parties because he isn't playing by their game rules. He is telling the truth and speaking directly to YOU, the American. Forget about what political party you think you're supposed to vote for. Trump is neither a Democrat or a Republican. Trump is the candidate you've been waiting for. The candidate that is for his fellow Americans BEFORE any political party. You owe it to YOURSELF to stop for a moment and listen to this 45 minute speech that puts it all into perspective.

"If [the government elites of both parties] can fight someone like me who has unlimited resources to fight back, just look at what they can do to you. Your jobs, your security, your education, your health care, the violation of religious liberty, the theft of your second amendment, the loss of your factories, your homes, and much more." -- Donald Trump


As you listen to or read the presentation, think about what it would mean for your life, or your children, or your grandchildren if these policies were enacted? Please don't fall for voting for the "first" XYZ for president. This is not a homecoming king or queen contest. This is our future we're voting for. THANKS. READ Before You Vote For Anyone... about Before You Vote For Anyone...

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