Now that they have their leader, the jobs better come back. The going response as to why people were voting for Trump was because they believed he would bring back jobs. When we all know the real reason most were voting for him, which was simple bigotry. His statement about Mexicans at the beginning of his campaign is what drew them, they know it and we know it. But giving them the benefit of the doubt, those jobs better come back.
Despite the viral hatred in our society now legitimized by the media, they are all asking the people to give him a chance. No. He had a chance and hatred came forth. What the voters do not understand is that those they are hating and threatening are not the real problem, it is the wealthy, the elitist, and those who speak well of them. Trump himself is one of them. Hillary Clinton is one of them; all the Washington politicians are simply pawns for wealthy CEOs and corporations to manipulate society for their own benefit.
However, the voters can continue to spew violence and hate toward poor people of color and those they do not understand, but the truth will hit them like an earthquake when they finally realize who actually hates them. The wealthy do not care about the working poor or the middle class. That is all a lie. They have moved the jobs overseas; they have frozen wages to fill their bank accounts and not yours. They are the reason prescription drugs and healthcare is so high; college is unaffordable and people are in debt.
A complete Republican led government is going to drain this country of its resources and wealth and all the energy they can from the working person. They are going to enrich themselves like never before because they now have a blank check. They are going to impoverish "We the People," even more because they are greedy, immoral and inhumane. Just watch and see.
© Nov. 2016
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