I am even more concerned by the fact that I haven't heard any strong condemnations of the riots and demonstrations by Hillary Clinton and Barack Hussein Obama. Their silence is damning and shows that they are complicit. They should be calling on those unhappy and horrified with the election of Donald Trump to take a strong sedative/sleeping pill, get a good night's sleep and then begin recruiting for the 2020 Presidential Elections.
Demonstrations protesting the U.S. presidential election victory of Republican Donald Trump entered their second week on Monday, with thousands of students chanting phrases like "Not My President" after walking out of classes across the country...
Protesters demonstrate against the election of Republican Donald Trump as President of the United States in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. November 14, 2016. REUTERS/Mark Makela
...The Los Angeles Unified School District estimated that 4,000 students walked out of classes across the city in protest of the president-elect, who campaigned on deporting undocumented immigrants and building a wall between the United States and Mexico. Officials with Seattle Public Schools said about 5,000 students walked out of 20 high schools and middle schools on Monday. That figure represented about 10 percent of the district's student body, according to schools spokesman Luke Duecy. (Reuters)
Even Oprah Winfrey was condemned for telling people to " take a deep breath." She should be praised.
During the 2016 pre-election Democrat Party primaries, I was very surprised by the total dearth of opposition to Hillary, other than the extreme Leftist and relatively elderly Bernie Sanders. Now is the time to start recruiting and grooming and competing between potential presidential candidates among mainstream Democrats. IMHO, the more violent and extensive the protests get, the more ordinary American citizens and voters will be attracted to the Republican Party. I wrote about how Hillary's "deplorable" comments would boomerang against her, and I was right. I am correct here, too.
Yes, losing can hurt, but it's part of life. People lose, die, get sick, fail etc. If Americans want their country to thrive in the 21st Century, it must mature and accept. And if the Democratic Party wants to return to power, don't forget that it not only lost the Presidency, it also lost congress, it must speak kindly to all American citizens, show acceptance and true democratic values.