Dems: Call for unity, seek to divide

As I posted yesterday, the continuing actions of many Clinton supporters suffering with cognitive dissonance while trying to reconcile  their thinking that President-elect Donald Trump will make a horrible president and yet trying to cope with the knowledge that almost half the country voted for him, continues with additional Hollywood moguls now adding fuel to the fire.

Now, these actions could be abated if President Obama, Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders came out and stated that the race is won and we should come together, which all three have half heartedly stated. But there is always a comma after they say the unity phrase.

After calling for unity, they say we must continue to fight for what this election was about. They will cite ObamaCare, Roe v. Wade and/or international relations as areas of concern.

This is not bipartisanship, but the beginning of the 2020 election cycle. I mean Sen. Harry Reid — a Democrat from Nevada — wants to look into abolishing the Electorial College, since the 2000 and 2016 elections went against the party, by the Democratic candidate winning the popular vote, but lost the election.

NYC Mayor Bill De Blasio, who can best be described as a wingnut of the Democratic party, met with Trump on Wednesday at Trump Tower, where the Secret Service security detail has  set up a perimeter that is causing concerns with high-end retailers like Gucci and Tiffany.

The almost daily protests have retailers in the area saying that the important holiday sales season is being “grinched” by security concerns over Trump protestors.

De Blasio, whose ultra left-wing political stands even had the Clinton campaign distancing itself from him, said he could care less about the troubles of Gucci and Tiffany.

The mayor would rather play to his base, the picketers outside Trump Tower carrying “Not My President” signs, than be concerned about the tax revenues these stores bring in from tourist doing holiday shopping in the Big Apple.

De Blasio may be kidding himself thinking ultra left policy stances will win him the day in NYC, due to Clinton’s popularity in NYC, but come the next mayoral contest he may be greatly surprised as middle class New Yorkers grow weary of his socialistic stances to move more and more of the limited city resources into impoverished areas.

As a funny aside, usually Presidents have buildings named after them, but the Trump name is coming off more structures as a result of the election. At this rate, the Trump Library will be called 725 Fifth Ave. so as not to offend anyone.


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