In the wake of their devastating loss Tuesday, liberals everywhere continue to show us what they really mean by “Love trumps hate” and demonstrate just how much they really believe in love and kindness.
They’ve also taken to wearing
diaper safety pins on their clothing to demonstrate that they are “safe spaces” to those whom they may greet on the street.
Of course, you may have noticed that they’re anything but “safe spaces” for anyone who dare support President-elect Donald Trump.
One man, Deion Alexander, has put into words what many of us watching this liberal debacle are feeling. Take a look:
🇺🇸🇺🇸 #PresidentElectTrumpDear Liberals I wish you would all listen to this smart man and ask yourself some of the same questions#MAGA pic.twitter.com/DmqZh7GeuA — Brian Fraser (@bfraser747) November 12, 2016
“And you’re causing all this destruction just because your candidate lost. See, that’s the problem with this country, you can’t always get your way. Everybody wants to be politically correct. Quit being cry-babies,” he said.
Alexander called out liberals for not respecting the American flag, not saying the pledge of allegiance, and not recognizing the Bible, among other things, because they’re entitled.
“You didn’t fight for anything, but you want it. It doesn’t work like that,” he added.
“Quit tearing up stuff, quit causing destruction and preaching peace, cause you’re contradicting yourself,” Alexander concluded.
If there was any doubt how much this nation needs a leader like Donald Trump right now, the behavior of many on the left since the election is just reinforcing it.
Mr. Alexander beautifully calls out the hypocrisy of the left and the crybaby entitlement culture they’ve fostered. He speaks of the common sense, respect for our institutions and personal responsibility so many of us long to restore to our American culture — and, personally, it’s refreshing to hear so many Americans coming out of the woodwork to let us know there are many more of us who share those views than the vocal minority of the left would have us believe.
[This article was written by Michelle Jesse, Associate Editor]