With no political experience Donald Trump picked up the unexpected victory in the 2016 Presidential Election this past Tuesday. Three days later there have been protests in the streets every night. When everyone thought Donald Trump was going to lose to Clinton, and they did think he'd lose, the Democrats said Trump should concede and accept defeat.
They call Donald Trump a sexist, but in fact Donald Trump has a love for beautiful women. He's not the only one. There is not a man alive that doesn't enjoy seeing beautiful women. Men refer to these good looking ladies as 'eye candy', and on the job I've heard things that make what Donald Trump's comments in 2005 seem like grammar school talk. Here's a news flash for the Democrats...Donald Trump is just like the rest of us men.
The Trump Affect
Most potential voters didn't show up to the poll like they did to elect and re-elect Barrack Obama. With that being said there was a different kind of voter who came out to the polls. The unknown and first time voters backing the Trump Movement came out of nowhere. They made up the unexpected vote that got Donald Trump elected President. That was a vote that Hillary and her self-righteous clan knew was out there, but they underestimated just how many of them there really were.
The large number of voters who didn't show up at the polls could've made all the difference in the world. Hillary went after the black vote pretty hard, but the problem is that she was fake about it and a lot of black voters could see right through her, despite her efforts using Beyonce, Jay-Z, and Lebron James. Obama won their vote because he was black and the black community thought they finally had someone like them who'd be for them. The problem is that he wasn't what they thought.
Donald didn't win the black vote, but the black community didn't show up to the polls in the kind of numbers they could have. The reason being that they didn't trust either candidate. With all the distrust they had for Clinton, and there was a lot of it, they failed to get behind Bernie Sanders. Hillary stole her entire game plan for winning from Sanders. Anyone who liked Hillary's ideas could have voted Sanders, and he was more electable than Hillary Clinton. Democrats usually do great with the black voter, but they failed there. They usually do good with college students and families who live below poverty level, but they didn't do as good there either.
Where Clinton got most of the votes Democrats usually give their candidate, she didn't get them all. The poor families, the college student, and the black community all gave Trump some of their votes. That's excluding the larger portion that just didn't vote period. There was finally a candidate that the hard working American could relate to. Some of the voters who were undecided went with him because he promised to bring the jobs back. Despite the fact that they might not trust him, like him, or support him, they know he meant it when he said he would get those jobs back. Honestly...if that's all he accomplished over his presidency it'd be big enough to consider his four years a win.
Donald Trump said some things that turned the public opinion against him, but he also promised to bring the jobs back, keep terrorists out of the country, and clean up the corruption in political swamp. Those were huge selling points that allowed most people to overlook the over the top things he said. You don't have to like the guy at the garage who fixes your car, but if you could do it yourself the car wouldn't be in that garage. Donald Trump is going to fix a damaged society. The Democrats don't like him, Hillary supporters don't like him, but he will build the overall confidence of this country back up where it once was, and essentially Making America Great Again.
Why would a man with no political experience run for President?
The thing is that Donald Trump didn't have to run for President. He'd lived a good life and would've continued to do so. By running he opened himself up to an assault of public attacks. He took them and he gave them. He didn't just come in, but he came in swinging away. There was no doubt that he was going to have to make his impression among career politicians. The odds were against him coming out of the Republican Primary, but when he did all I heard was Hillary was going to destroy him.
I didn't get it. Donald attacked the Republican candidates. He'd come at them full speed and held no punches. To me Hillary seemed like an easier opponent than the guys he was ripping to shreds, except maybe Jeb Bush. I thought there was no way they'd overlook, Benghazi, the private email, defending her husband the serial rapist, and verbally assaulting his victims, the lying and cheating through the Clinton Foundation, or her prejudice background. I was shocked to find out that she had hardcore followers that would overlook anything she did.
I couldn't understand how people could overlook the long list of terrible things Hillary had done. How they'd call Donald racist and her background was created out of racism. She had lied to the FBI, but she was never arrested. It was clear that she was rich and powerful, and above the law. I figured the people would be turned off by her dirty and deceitful past. They were not and the media and their pre-election polls had her way ahead of Trump.
Now that she has lost Democrats want the decision reversed. Despite how the election turned out the Democrats want Trump removed. There's a lot of unknown with Trump, but it's better than the known with Hillary. The majority realize this and voted Trump into office. There is nothing wrong with protesting or demonstrating, but in this case the unwillingness to stop backing Evil Hillary is unsettling. I do believe these people in the streets are dangerous.
Those in the political world who bashed Donald Trump are coming around. They don't like it, but realize he won and it's best not to make an issue over it. The Democrats and Republicans are both easing into it like a hot bath. The Clinton supporters have not accepted the new President elect, and quite honestly they've displayed a disturbing pattern of denial. This could end up getting dangerous if not handled properly. President Obama at least pretended to accept Donald Trump as his successor, and if the protest continue through the weekend he needs to do a little more for a Peaceful Transition.
It's disrespectful and despite their candidate losing they need to accept it like the expected Donald Trump to do. It's un-American to go on hating a man who stepped up, ran for President, and won the highest honor in the land. I think Hillary Clinton would've made a terrible president, but you wouldn't have found me protesting in the streets. Republicans didn't go to the streets when Obama won, and believe me there were those who absolutely hated his winning. It's time to get behind President Donald Trump and see if he can bring the change that President Obama promised and never came through with.
We've all got to do our part in making America great again.