And so a new leaf turned for America yesterday as Elected President Donald Trump won. But as a citizen of United States, a bit uneasy and disappointed with the equally poor examples of candidates allowed to run, I was very surprised over the bluntly biased comments of the media as they realized the unexpected was happening. I’ve heard insults addressed to their underestimation over the large amounts of votes by the uneducated people of the rural area, then it turned into a racist matter but not against the African Americans, it was against the white men of this country and on and on. How are those comments not offensive, biased and discriminatory? Those “uneducated” people feed us and build the very things we use on daily basis, they also sustain a good part of this economy running, not to mention they have every right to vote the way they choose to. Actually, we may be those uneducated people. And since the media staff clearly defines themselves as educated, where was the proof of that education yesterday? Where is the proof of that education today or in the days to come? They did the same with Obama, rooted for him only to tear him apart right after he won. This article is about the media, their ineptitude, their biased views, their ignorance and downright arrogance.
Hillary Clinton fought hard and ran a typical campaign. It was all the lies she was caught in that most likely did her in. Clearly, the media was rooting for her. Clearly. They have the same freedom as the rest of us to choose, however, to be such cry babies over their loss is downright pathetic. They can dish it but they can’t take it. Also, as I see it, the media is like one group of old cynical men and women gathered for one collective purpose- to gossip. They pick apart the very people that, whether with good intentions or not, have the courage to do something in this world.
I’ve heard from closer sources about the suicide hotlines, the depression, and fear going around among many people. They predict doom and gloom coming our way. Just like the democratic party and most women predicted Hillary was going to win, and yet look what happened. Predicting does not guarantee an outcome, so please get a grip of yourself and have some faith. Maybe Trump will surprise us all. I expected Hillary to win, and I’m just as surprised as most of you that Trump won. Now that he won, I do hope he’ll do a good job for our country. But all these words are just the ramblings of one citizen and her opinion. And if we know one thing to be true is that every single one of us has an opinion about everything. Time, as always, will tell.
GOD BLESS AMERICA and GOD BLESS THE WHOLE WORLD.