Before the shock of ‘President Donald Trump’ completely wears off, let's take a moment to remember some of those to whom we owe a certain amount of thanks. And of course, if you haven’t already guessed who I’m talking about, it’s all those wonderful folks out there in Hollyweird to whom I am referring. Because, really, what would we have done without them? Those self-absorbed Beautiful People of the town that called on America to become as enlightened as they by supporting she who I simply call, Hitlery. They proudly donned their "I'm With Her" buttons, and proceeded to tell us how crazy we were for supporting someone like Trump.
And now, just like their candidate, they are in a total state of shock. America's response to these dopes on November 8 was to, go pound sand. Oh, how the arrogant elites joked — especially about the Republican convention — that Trump had such a short list of lightweights in Scott Baio, Antonio Sabato Jr. and that Bible-thumping Baldwin brother, Stephen Baldwin. Meanwhile, Hitlery could tout George Clooney, Meryl Streep, Robert De Niro, Ellen DeGeneres, Madonna, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Bruce Springsteen, Jay-Z, "Queen" Beyonce and hundreds of others. Hollywood wrote checks, too — hundreds of millions of dollars in checks.
The voters even dared to reject those mega-celebrities Barry “Almighty” and wife, Moochelle, whom the media unfailingly presented as supersurrogates, not-so-secret weapons, the best campaign speakers of all time, blah blah and blah. Turns out these leftist ‘stars’ with their megawatt brains had a cracked crystal ball. They relentlessly insulted Trump as being unelectable and were uber-confident that on Election Day we were in for a rout, and a sizeable one. But something funny happened on the way to the victory party, one that was to be complete with a fireworks display. Their favored candidate lost. But how could this be, they all wondered.
I remember back in 2011, when NBC's Seth Meyers joked at the White House correspondent’s dinner — with Trump in attendance — that "Donald Trump has been saying he will run for president as a Republican, which is surprising because I just assumed he was running as a joke." Funny, huh? And it was in 2013, from his sidekick perch on "The Daily Show," that John Oliver egged on the idea of a Trump campaign: "Do it. Look at me. Do it! I will personally write you a campaign check now on behalf of this country, which does not want you to be president, but which badly wants you to run!" You see, is this guy funny or what?
And then it was in October 2015 that the very unfunny Stephen Colbert would predict: "Mr. Trump, to answer your call for political honesty, I just want to say, you're not going to be president. It's been fun. It's been great. ... But come on, come on, buddy! ... There is zero chance we'll be seeing you being sworn in on the Capitol steps with your hand a giant golden Bible!" He doubled down with a visual, a Photoshopped image of Trump being sworn in at the Capitol, surrounded by actor Gary Busey and rockstars Meat Loaf, Gene Simmons and Bret Michaels. Maybe that’s one reason I hear his ratings are in the tank. Just sayin’.
And when asked for comments about Trump's insults in March 2016 it was Rosie ‘The Talking Pig’ O'Donnell who confidently proclaimed, "He will never be president!" Right on, Rosie! And then who can forget when George ‘Looney Tunes’ Clooney, master of the box office flop, rather famously declared back in May: "There's not going to be a President Donald Trump. It's not going to happen. Fear is not going to be something that drives our country." Hey George, I hate to rain on your parade there, big guy, but there very much IS going to be a President Donald Trump. George should maybe stick to what he knows best, making lousy movies.
And then, of course, it was as recently as this past October that that self-proclaimed ‘comedian’, and I use the term loosely, Joy’less’ Behar insisted: "No one's going to be happier than President Obama when Trump loses! No one, except for me!" Ya know, I would have loved to have been a fly on the wall when old Joy’less’ got the official word that Hitlery was going to go down in flames at the hands of Mr. Trump. I’m sure that’s one moment that would have been absolutely priceless. I can almost hear her as she stared at the television, surrounded by some of her liberal friends, in total disbelief as what she said would never happen, happened.
Then there's the arrogance of the celebrity-in-chief, Barry “Almighty”. He was asked by NBC's Matt Lauer, as early as last January, whether he could ever imagine President Trump offering a State of the Union address, and Barry joked, "I can imagine it in a 'Saturday Night (Live)' skit." Well, Barry, it would seem that truth is stranger than fiction, or a SNL skit. And I can only imagine how Barry must now be wondering what might have been, as he ponders what, if anything, will be left of his legacy once Trump gets through it. But the funny thing is, and I mean really, REALLY funny, is the fact that Trump IS his legacy! I know, funny, right?
And then just a few weeks ago on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" Barry came to read mean tweets about him, one of which said: "President Obama will go down as perhaps the worst president in the history of the United States. Exclamation point! @realDonaldTrump. Well, @realDonaldTrump, at least I will go down as a president." So I suppose going down as the absolute worst president, worse than even Jimmy Carter, in American history is better than nothing? But you know, it has to be eating away at Barry’s innards that Trump will now be using his own pen to go about the complete, and systematic, dismantling of Barry’s supposed legacy of despair.
It's almost a little sad that all of these spoiled ‘Beautiful People’ worked so hard to get Hitlery elected, and gave so much of their money to her campaign, only to have their balloon, unexpectedly, popped. Personally, I find it absolutely hysterical. And I'm still waiting to see if any of them keep their promise to leave. If they do leave America, our collective intelligence and morality will skyrocket. Miley Cyrus can be slutty in another country. Maybe Saudi Arabia since she loves Islam so much. And I know Barbara Streisand would love a nice house in Palestine where Jews are treated with so much love, unlike like the horrible US that has made her life miserable.
Ya know, I’ll be the first one to admit that both parties are guilty when it comes to the slinging of political mud, especially in a rather heated campaign season. But for these Democrats/Liberals/Progressives, it's all they’ve got because they have no intelligent ideas on which they can run. And they’re always appalled at the just the thought of withholding funding Federal dollars from "sanctuary cities", aka locales who see no problem with harbor felons, and yet see it as being perfectly logical the withholding of funds from schools that do not force little girls to share their bathrooms with little boys. And they wonder why they lose elections.
And how do they behave when they lose an election? Their candidate literally sobs uncontrollably to the point where she’s babbling and who curls up in a ball while remaining hidden from the world! Now how is that to be considered as being adult behavior coming from a would-be president? And their adult college-aged supporters need aroma therapy, a day off from classes, Play Doh, crayons and kittens to hug!!! And they try to use the courts and riot to get their way when they can’t muster up a rationale argument that the true adults in the room will accept. That the rest of us refuse to be lorded over by these people is totally acceptable.
Real Americans were clearly fed up of the “change” that has taken place in the last eight years under Barry. We’re $20 Trillion in debt, and rising, our jobs are being shipped to China, Mexico and God knows where else. Race relations are the worst they have been in decades, our health care costs are through the roof, our economy sucks despite claims from the guy who has done nothing but to make it worse. We simply did not like the way our country was beginning to look and many of us saw Trump as being our only hope, our last hope. And now I’m waiting for all those who said they would leave if Trump were to be elected, to do just that, LEAVE!