Wednesday, November 16, 2016

The Redemption of the Trump Voter

We were called deplorable and irredeemable, but we the people, the true patriots of this country voted for Donald J. Trump, and we won! We voted for law and order, and the end of corruption. The others of this country lost, and we would be very glad if you keep your promise to leave!

Electoral College

We understand that the objective of the election was to obtain the most Electoral votes, not popular votes, or it would have been a whole different kind of race. We believe that the founders had great wisdom in creating a system that would ensure that the populations of all the states would be represented. 

Not The Populated States of America

We believe that the people who don't live in New York, California, or Texas should have an important voice too. This is The United States of America, not The Populated States of America.


We forgave Donald Trump for his blunt and sometimes shocking words, especially if they were made more than a decade ago. We are so sick and tired of political correctness. We believe in forgiveness, redemption, and the sanctity of life, so we were with Trump.


We resent it deeply when we are called deplorable by Hillary, but the Democrats just thought it was so funny how awful we were. Yet the Democrats are the party that supports murdering about five hundred thousand babies a year, as birth control, because it is a woman's right. We think giving zero consideration to the completely unprotected lives of the unborn is deplorable.


We know that Hillary Clinton is a corrupt criminal who only used her secret email server to hide her pay-to-play scam with her foundation while she was Secretary of State. We believe she should be convicted and put in prison, and that does not make us sexist.


We believe that illegal immigrants that commit felonies should be deported and not allowed in our country, and that does not make us racist.


We love our country and believe we should protect its borders from illegal immigrants, and smugglers, and don't think that means we are xenophobic. 


We understand the difference between Islam, and Radical Islam. We believe we should consider America first, before the needs of other countries. Not wanting to have terrorism in our country, we understand that importing thousands of refugees who come from areas where Radical Islam is practiced would be dangerous for our country and that is not Islamophobic. 

We believe that any religion which would override the laws of our country like Sharia Law should not be allowed to enforce those laws, and that is not Islamophobic.


We believe that children who have not reached adulthood should not be forced to make a gender decision. We believe that until they have matured then they should not be forcing their gender decision on our kids by demanding to use bathroom and shower facilities opposite of the sex to which they were born, and that is not homophobic.

Whatever Else

We were the ones who voted for our country, not ourselves or our entitlements. We are the makers, not the takers. We want to make this country great again, instead of trying to exploit what divides us with identity politics. You need to stop looking for whatever else divides us, as you only do by calling us "thisist" and "thatic".

Booker T. Washington wrote over 100 years ago, and the Democratic party is still doing it:

“There is another class of coloured people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs and the hardships of the Negro race before the public. Having learned that they are able to make a living out of their troubles, they have grown into the settled habit of advertising their wrongs – partly because they want sympathy and partly because it pays. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances, because they do not want to lose their jobs.”

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