Post-Election Analysis Forthcoming

I have a post-election analysis planned but it might not come out for a bit. There’s a lot to unpack from what I witnessed both on national TV as well as within my own Blue State.

I’ll leave this here: for all its faults, the Alternative Right and its sympathizers at least have a firm grasp of the situation. People such as Mike Cernovich, Scott Adams, Stefen Molyneux, Vox Day, and Paul Joseph Watson of InfoWars.com have proven themselves to be men of discernment. The same cannot be said for the other side, and it is a reflection of the divide within the country. I don’t expect that to change in the next four years.

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2 Responses to Post-Election Analysis Forthcoming

  1. I’m profoundly disappointed. I had voted for Porky Pig; “that’s all folks!” Oh, well, ya win some and ya lose some. So, once again, America has chosen wisely. They’ve elected a billionaire. Really makes sense. Not only have they given Trump access to power no one should ever have, but they’ve enabled him access to more money. Sweet. Be proud, America!

    Either way, Hillary or Trump. Eeny Meeny, Miny Mo…H-m-m-m. Put the two together, anatomically, and there still would only be half a homo sapien. Let’s all pray that Trump will only do half the damage to our freedom and rights as his predecessor…

    Bill Ernstberger

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    • The Question says:

      Let’s all pray that Trump will only do half the damage to our freedom and rights as his predecessor…

      That is my hope as well. Honestly, at best I strongly suspect he will slow things down but not turn them around. At least we’ll have some time to be ready for what comes then.

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