For the party that, prior to election day, insisted Donald Trump accept the results of the election, the Democrats seem to be completely oblivious to the hypocrisy of their claims in all their whining about the Russians having influenced the election.
Let’s take a quick look at the Russian influence the U.S. Presidential election:
- Who insisted on using a private email server for official State Department business?
- Who used the Clinton Foundation as a money-laundering ‘pay-to-play’ operation?
- Who called half the country ‘deplorable’?
- Who acted ‘entitled’ to the office of the President?
- Who offered a message of keeping the status quo and no message of hope for normal Americans?
The answer to all those questions is not ‘the Russians’! Unless the Russians advised Ms. Clinton to do those things, I don’t see Russian influence in any of that. The whining by the left sounds like a bunch of sour grapes to me.
Americans should ask themselves: Why is Russian hacking (and supposed involvement in our election) getting the attention it’s getting? They’ve been hacking us for years – and the current Administration knows it, but are only now speaking up about it. Why? Sour grapes?
The Millennial generation may have the reputation of being entitled, privileged, and whiny, but Democrats are providing them with a whole new level of entitlement, privilege, and whinyness on a daily basis. It’s amazing to witness their inability to practice what they preach.
Democrats are proving that their modus operandi really is: “Do as I say, not as I do.” If all Americans succumbed to this, we’d slide even faster toward anarchy. But, maybe that’s the ultimate goal. Then, in their view, they’d have a legitimate reason to impose their will through the force of law. That is the real danger Democrats pose to America: the so-called “elites” deciding what’s best for the rest of us, then forcing it on us.
Fortunately, we have the Electoral College system to prevent a tyranny of the majority. I’m One Black American who will be celebrating today’s Electoral College vote affirming the results of the 2016 Presidential Election.