Demonstrators across the United States planned to take to the streets for a fifth straight day on Sunday to protest President-elect Donald Trump. Protests were scheduled for Sunday afternoon in New York City and Oakland, California, according to online announcements. Dozens have been arrested and a handful of police injured, but, as Reuters reports, neither Obama nor Clinton has called for an end to the protests.
"Clinton campaign believed until 9 o’clock that they were going to win. That fault of that, actually, lies with the media” who "stopped being journalists for the past month, and began being cheerleaders, and began being people who had a conclusion that they reached, and then searched for facts to show that Hillary was a 99.999% chance winner of winning this campaign."
Dear President-Elect Trump, more policy tweaks, more promises of more government free money and more symbolic gestures won't fix anything. You must dig out the rot in our system of governance, destroy needless and burdensome state-cartel-imposed costs and encourage transparency, competition, accountability and locally based community-economy solutions.
Seemingly unwilling to accept the results of the democratic selection of the nation's leader for the next four years, hundreds of grieving Hillary Clinton supporters - egged on by George Soros' MoveOn.org - are laying siege to Trump Tower in New York City. Screaming "Fuck Donald Trump", yelling "Not My President", chanting "Pussy Grabs Back", and burning the American flag, it appears these young millennials are just the kind of deplorables this country should be proud of...
“It would be totally remiss of us to dismiss [the email investigation] because she’s not going to be president... I still have a duty and obligation to get to the truth about one of the largest breaches of security at the State Department,”
"So if she was completely reckless back in July, and now in November we are hearing that she had her maid print out classified material routinely, the new revelation makes the situation much worse...We are supposed to be a country of justice..."
The number of homeless New Yorkers seeking shelter each night has nearly doubled over the past 10 years and currently stands at the highest level ever experienced since the Great Depression in the 1930s.