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Thursday, November 10, 2016

What a Night to be an American Again

By Grand Rapids Anonymous

What an extreme pleasure to watch the moroseness on NBC and CBS. My cousin said, “Savannah Guthrie looked like she wanted to vomit.”

After he won Florida, which I still can't believe, and proceeded to build up a big lead in Ohio, pull the upset in N.C. and win in Wisconsin (a state he was slaughtered in, by Ted Cruz in the primary), things started to fall into a rhythm.

By chance, I switched to Fox, which came up with the Panhandle comeback—that NBC ignored—of course. Their bias and ignorance stayed with them to the end.

Chuck Todd was so hypermanic at the start of the night, basically calling Florida on a theory that Broward County would carry Clinton. By 11 p.m., he was hypermanic in his exasperation of what went wrong. Lesta was very quiet, though Guthrie babbled about “maybe Trump will be different when he walks into the Oval Office.”

As I type this, Trump is either 244 or 254 and leading in Arizona, Pennsylvania (1%) and Michigan (by 1.8%).

The crowd is waiting at Trump’s gathering, for the networks to finalize this thing.

And I just heard that Obama is planning to meet Trump on Thursday—at the White House.

What a sight that will be.

One more thing. Trump earned this his way, he stayed true to his instincts, and the people learned to love him—in spite of everything. The blacks stayed home, because they ARE prejudiced against whites, but were too lazy to go out and vote for a non-negro.

I hope Trump cracks the whip on crime, builds more prisons, builds the wall, and more. With a Republican house and Senate, he'll be the man for two years.

What a night to be an American again. Just when you thought it was too late.

(Podesta just came out and said “No concession tonight.” Just the opposite of what Clinton said she'd do in the famous debate question that Trump was crucified for. FU Podesta.)

Wednesday, November 9, 2016 at 2:09:00 A.M. EST

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

"One more thing. Trump earned this his way, he stayed true to his instincts, and the people learned to love him—in spite of everything."


Don had everything including the proverbial kitchen sink thrown at him and done so repeatedly but he not only survived he thrived. The man is resilient and determined.

Anonymous said...

"The blacks stayed home, because they ARE prejudiced against whites, but were too lazy to go out and vote for a non-negro."


AND did not want to vote for white of whatever party. They are spoiled now after eight years of President Obama.