So, Trump has won. Yes, I voted for him. I now pray daily that he will surprise us all by being a good President, and begin the long slog back to Constitutional governance. In the meantime, it is interesting to note that the New York Post reports that assassination threats flood twitter. Aren't these the people who wanted to take away guns? Aren't these the same people who are so peaceful, so tolerant, so brilliant, so...well...you get the idea. What gives? Apparently the only people who should have guns are Hillary supporters.
Moreover, the people plotting to take Trump out have misplaced their anger. They should be angry at me, at you, at all the Trump voters, and if you look at a map of all the counties that voted Trump, there are a lot of us. We voted for him for a variety of reasons, most of which can be summed up as weariness with the arrogant Left. In putting up a literal criminal as a candidate, and supporting that criminal, you, who voted for her, took that criminality on as well. Perhaps it would be wise for you to, as you said to us, "sit down and shut up." But I don't say that to try to actually shut you up. Rather, maybe before you go out an riot and shoot your mouths off about assassinating people, you should listen and learn first.
If you have been following this blog, you know that there is no love for Trump here. I will be the first to call him out for any betrayal or misstep. But I do think you should give him the same chance we gave Mr. Obama.
As for those who vowed to leave if Trump was elected, maybe that would be a good idea. I have also noted many times that there are plenty of liberal utopias around the world. Pick one. Canada speaks English and isn't that far. But Sweden is also a good choice. Bernie seems to think Sweden is a good model for the masses, though I understand it he has just bought himself a $575,000 house, his third, so he won't be moving any time soon.