The People Have Spoken – Pollsters Stunned – Hillary Stunned Even More

by Jack

Who were the secret players that helped Donald Trump win this election?

Here’s my answer:

  • Barack Obama, with his Obamacare, with his handling of Ferguson, Trayvon Martin,  New York, Cambridge, and Benghazi.  Obama’s flat economy, his creation of racial tensions.  Obama’s apology tour.  His a lack of transparency and his poor handling of ISIS, immigration, Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, and Ukraine.  Barack and Michelle living like royalty while America suffered thru the great recession helped win Trump votes too.
  • We  saw a big cut in our standard of living over the last 8 years  as massive debt was heaped upon our children and grandchildren.  That alone should have been enough to cost the dems a win today.
  • Obama’s presidential orders that were at odds with the Constitution must factor into this democrat defeat.  Yes, Obama did a lot to help elect Trump, didn’t he? lol
  • The consistent mocking and put downs by liberal democrats of middle class America, characterizing them as stupid, rednecks, and just inferior to the noble minorities.  We’re one freakin people…nobody should be made the objects of ridicule because of their race!  Liberals should have known better.  Middle America was smeared by cocky, smug liberals for too long.  A lot of frustration and anger was built up by the silent majority and that was expressed in the vote today.
  • Liberals further helped Trump…. whenever they railed on this mistreated and abused class of voters for their gun ownership.  Liberals called them racists, xenophobic and more terrible mischaracterizations and it was a lie.  Of course the left gave a pass to their side over the same allegations.  Middle America took note of this hypocrisy and they have voted accordingly.
  • The biased, and misrepresented coverage of conservatism by the mainstream media and most recently the vilification of Donald Trump helped Donald a great deal.  Americans saw what was going on in the media, it was so obvious and they were outraged.
  • Bernie Sanders and his supporters were deceived and undermined by the democrat party.  When they learned the truth, few of them wanted to help Hillary.  After all they were sold out by their own party.  This really helped Trump!
  • Hillary’s character, her lies and the big scam between her political life and the Clinton Foundation pushed many good democrats into the Trump camp and further galvanized the conservative vote.  In short, Hillary scared a lot of democrat voters into voting for the Donald.
  • The Republican Establishment’s attempt to block Trump and ignore the wishes of their people brought out more voters than they ever cost Trump.
  • The ineptness, corruption and deceit within the Beltway played a huge role in catapulting Trump into a front runner, despite his obvious flaws that would have normally derailed a more traditional candidate.
  • There’s more and I’ll let you add it in comments…it’s getting too late for me and I have to call it a night.

Final thoughts about this election:  I can only hope that Trump will surround himself with capable advisers, that he will listen and learn.  That he will be fair and reasonable to all. And I hope he will ultimately appoint good Supreme Court Justices!

All Americans deserve to be treated with fairness now, there’s a lot of healing that needs to start.  Lets be one people, with one direction for freedom and justice for all.  That’s got to be in our future or this was all for nothing.

PS In other news, California legalized marijuana, but you just can’t take it home in a single use plastic baggie. lol  Nite!


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54 Responses to The People Have Spoken – Pollsters Stunned – Hillary Stunned Even More

  1. Joe says:

    I am sure Trump’s Caucasian Americans, Libster, Dewster and Christer are ready to help Trump make America great again!

    And Jack won’t have this woman screeching at him for the next 8 years

  2. Pie Guevara says:

    Outstanding victory speech from Trump.

  3. steve says:

    We’re no longer a divided country. We have united with a Republican President, Senate, and House of Representatives. Elections matter and it’s time to get people back to work and make America great again. It is up to those who did not support Trump to concede and join us as we restore our nation’s true values.

    • Libby says:

      Are you nuts?

      First, as usual, 100 million voters failed to appear.

      Second, fully half the people who did turn out voted against The Blob.

      Third, 200,000 people is by no stretch of the imagination a mandate. And if the count had gone the other way, the Trumpsters being what they are, we’d be on our way to civil war.

      And finally, most explicitly, he won because 10 million people who turned out for Obama would not turn out for Hils. We know who they are, and any sniveling they choose to do about their plight over the next four years will be met with a resounding: “Tough Shit”.

      • steve says:

        Don’t worry Libby, when the new Trump economy puts people back to work, it’ll probably mean more money in your pockets too, the rising tide and all that.
        It’s just too bad the democrats left the working class behind. Bet you won’t that mistake next time.

      • Tina says:

        Well if it’s not a mandate to hold the Presidency, the House and Senate, very soon the Supreme Court and most of the governors offices across the nation, then it’s a definite repudiation of the radical left, its destructive policies, it’s divisive politics, and its phony promises.

        Arrogance is an ugly trait and you people are up to your ears in it. Half the country also didn’t vote for Obama in 2008 but that didn’t stop all of you from acting like you had been given a permanent mandate or Obama from ruling like the potentate from hell.

        By the way, the Canadians don’t want the hysterical among you.

  4. More Common Sense says:

    It’s a new morning. Obama will be gone in a couple of months and the Clintons are done, done, done!

    I’m sorry if you voted for Hillary. I know how you feel. I felt it in 2008 and 2012. What you don’t know, but will in the coming months, is you are far better off and your future is brighter even though you don’t think so now.

    And, Libby….. This must be especially hard for you to take after all of your comments that Trump didn’t have a chance. My advice to you is to relax, do some deep breathing exercises, and get out of the house later today and get you mind off of the election results. You might want to get on your broom and take a nice long ride.

  5. No Longer Deplorable J Soden says:

    Expect to see a number of pollsters, pundits and media presstitutes changing employers.

    Well done, voters!

  6. Tina says:

    An amazing outcome and well deserved! Donald Trump had to compete against Hillary, her activist base, covert activist funding by George Soros, the left media, and even some in his own party. He overcame every rock thrown and every barrier thrown up to win a victory for the people. Donald Trump didn’t run because of burning political ambition; he ran because he saw the country in trouble and he wanted to do something about it. When last night he was finally declared the winner he accepted the win with generosity, humility, and grace.

    Hillary Clinton also accepted defeat graciously.

    Today liberals will say Trump must reach out and work together in bipartisan fashion. Obama is talking unity today. But Obama was not so gracious after his victory in 2008. During the campaign in 2010 he said of the GOP: “They can come for the ride, but they gotta sit in back.” And that is exactly the way he treated republicans during most of his two terms.

    It is my hope that Trump will run true to form and turn his focus to matters that affect all of us…the economy, healthcare, and the security of our nation. He will have a solid Congress, ready and willing to get behind him, according to Paul Ryan. But he will also face a new hard core onslaught of attack from the left. Liberals are not gracious losers in reality and they never stop in their efforts to “transform” this country by any means.

    I hope the republicans in Congress have learned a lesson. I hope they will not allow themselves to be derailed by what’s coming. The American people need relief from the very bad policies that have kept our economy stalled. More than anything we need a robust economy.

    As you can imagine I am so very pleased, and thankful, that Donald Trump has won and will be our new president.

  7. Mike says:

    Hillary is gone! Obama is gone! It’s a great start to dismantling power that the Left has amassed over the past decades.
    Finally – enough voters have “Had Enough!” to turn the tide. Now, hopefully, we will _stay_ vigilant and start taking back our liberties, keeping more of our hard earned money and force Washington to drastically really cut waste, fraud and abuse.

  8. Pie Guevara says:

    Not once did I ever believe Trump would be victorious over Clinton and the good folks at Posts Scripts know my sincere disdain for Trump. (That disdain has turned into a new respect.) His stunning victory and his outstanding victory speech were something to marvel at.

    The worst presidential candidate of all time has been defeated. She had a billion dollars at her disposal (Trump spent a tiny fraction of that), Wall Street backing her, MSM stooges carrying water, nearly every major paper in the country endorsing her and she still lost. Perhaps Trump’s greatest accomplishment is that he had keyed into exactly what Michael Moore expressed recently and ran with it. While Moore thinks blue collar voters are stupid, Trump respected and appealed to them.

    Of course the MSM and the left are already scrambling to credit racism, sexism and xenophobia for Trump’s victory. Any excuse not to blame the corrupt, unindicted national security disaster criminal, congenital serial liar, former senator who never accomplished anything and former Secretary of State whose performance in office was far worse than nothing. Hillary’s contempt for the American people was in prominent display and Trump offered something new — America and Americans first. It worked.

    So, congratulations to all my Trump supporter friends, you deserve to celebrate.

    • Tina says:

      Pie things have changed a lot in my lifetime. Democrats used to be the blue collar party fighting the wealthy elite, now they’ve become the wealthy elite.

      Republicans have always been the party of liberty-for-all, that reputation has been tarnished since the sixties by lies spewed by the KKK Democrats. Trump has an opportunity to shake that perception up and I think he might just do it. He’s promised a “new deal” with good jobs and better education in the inner cities. It will be interesting to watch the radical left try to discredit better school and job opportunities.

      I think Trump might just continue to surprise.

  9. RHT447 says:

    I think what I saw and heard at our polling place pretty much summed up what happened. Wife and I decided to vote on Tuesday with paper ballots (in Texas). There was no line, but a steady stream of voters. I was presenting my ID at the table when a white-haired gentleman came in. He looked a bit befuddled, sort of like a fish out of water. I said to him “Here’s where the line starts”. He smiled and nodded, then stepped up to the table. He said to the poll worker “The last time I voted was for Goldwater in ’64”.

    And there you have it.

  10. Pie Guevara says:

    Re Jack “I can only hope that Trump will surround himself with capable advisers, that he will listen and learn.”

    There is every indication that he already has. His transition team has been praised as top notch and I expect his cabinet to be also. Now, if he just listens to them better than he listened to his campaign advisers. I tend to think he will.

    We dodged a bullet here. Obama’s corruption of the cabinet and Hillary’s extension and deepening of such corruption is over. I am hoping that many heads will roll far below the top positions.

    A must read from Andrew Malcom —

    The no consequences government

    • Tina says:

      Re: ” Now, if he just listens to them better than he listened to his campaign advisers….”

      I think he learned that lesson almost instantly after the primaries when he transitioned to Kellyanne Conway, the FIRST WOMAN to successfully run a presidential campaign! Trump listened to her advice and her instincts and guidance proved to be a winning path!

      I think some people are surprised this morning because they never bothered to keep observing after the left hit Trump with those private comments from decades ago. Defining a person by his worst moments is to miss the opportunity to get to know someone in the now. Trump is not the person the left fears and derides.

    • Tina says:

      Good article! The list of failures and corruption without consequence is worth saving…an accurate accounting of the Obama/Hillary legacy. And in the end the reasons Hillary lost (Which her supporters will not acknowledge):

      Gallup found trust in 14 key institutions averages only 32 percent now, down from the mid-40s earlier this century.

      Trust in news media, Congress, banks and organized religion tumbled the most. Even trust in the Supreme Court, public schools, police and criminal justice slid. The all-volunteer military stayed steady at the highest trust rating, at 73 percent.

      Barely half of his countrymen approve of Obama’s job and nearly 2 of 3 say the country is on the wrong track. Dissatisfaction with “the way things are going” stood at 70 percent last month.

      They promised hope and change and delivered division and destruction in everything they touched.

  11. More Common Sense says:

    Any suggestions for cabinet and other appointments?

    How about Trey Gowdy for Attorney General?
    How about John Bolton for Secretary of State?
    How about Rudy Giuliani for head of Secratery of Homeland Security?
    How about places for Newt Gingrich and Chris Christy

    • Peggy says:

      Not Chris Christy. Heard Mark Levin on the radio tonight saying he had it on good authority Christy who is coordinating the transition team has Jeb Bush and Romney coming in to talk. My opinion not Bush. Romney maybe. He sure nailed the Russians.

  12. More Common Sense says:

    Here are the positions. I think that Trump will be picking people that have the ability to do a good job, not just as a reward for backing him.

    Pick you favorites for these positions:

    1. Secretary of State
    2. Secretary of the Treasury
    3. Secretary of Defense
    4. Attorney General
    5. Secretary of the Interior
    6. Secretary of Agriculture
    7. Secretary of Commerce
    8. Secretary of Labor
    9. Secretary of Heath and Human Services
    10. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (new direction needed here)
    11. Secretary of Transportation
    12. Secretary of Energy (new direction needed here)
    13. Secretary of Education (lets eliminate this one, this is a states issue)
    14. Secretary of Veterans Affairs (big new direction needed here)
    15. Secretary of Homeland Security (someone that can say radical Islam)

    The following positions have the status of Cabinet-rank:

    1. White House Chief of Staff
    2. Environmental Protection Agency (need a new direction here)
    3. Office of Management & Budget (big new direction here)
    4. United States Trade Representative (need a strong choice here)
    5. United States Mission to the United Nations (strong choice here)
    6. Council of Economic Advisers
    7. Small Business Administration

    • Libby says:

      Oh, we been having some fun with this. The satirical potential is endless. Deterred only by the very real possibility that he might offer SoS to Sarah Palin. All she has to do is learn the names of some newspapers, and the location of Russia on the planet, before her confirmation. She can do that.

      • Tina says:

        And yet your opinion of President Obama who thought he’d visited 57 states, couldn’t tell the difference between Sioux Falls and Souix City, and who, just this year, said, “The United States is 200 and, err – 50 years…” waspositively brilliant!

        Sarah Palin was an accomplished, talented WOMAN. It’s your party’s (including feminist’s) phony, uncharitable,
        vindictive, nasty, destructive, unkind nature that’s a problem. Sarah was a threat and you couldn’t allow her to derail Obama in the short term and Hillary in the future…so you set out to systematically destroy her.

        You’re still at it after all these years…what a pathetic loser!

        • Libby says:

          Tina, Palin destroyed herself, out of her own mouth … but who knows? It is by no means beyond the realm of possibility that he will offer something to this (gag) “accomplished” woman. And we can sit back and enjoy the show.

          It is all soooooo bizarro. You wonder to yourself: “Now, will he settle down??” One of the many things we have learned about “The Orange One” is that he is inordinately vain. I don’t think he wants to go down in history as the biggest jackass ever to hold the office. But his oft-demonstrated lack of impulse control is, truly, a dementia thing. It may not be possible for him to “settle down”, in which case, it’s gonna be one hell of a show.

    • Libby says:

      How about David Duke, Secretary of Defense?

      He knows all about things military … from marching around in his sheet.

  13. Peggy says:

    I think I’m still in shock from last night. Thought it would be over early, instead I was up until 1am having my own little celebration dancing around the house with my dogs. This morning the sun seems brighter and the future for my grandkids so much better.

    I’m laughing at all of the democrats on the news this morning saying republicans are going to have to work with them and compromise to get things done. It was Obama and Reid who rammed what they wanted, held hundreds of pocket vetoes in Reid’s desk, never or hardly ever worked with republicans to compromise on a bill. Instead they went off on their own by telling congress give them what they want or they’ll get it without them. Can’t wait to see how fast Trump rips up all of those executive orders.

    Hear it’s been since 1928 that a republican president had a majority in both houses of congress. Visions of getting bills passed like ObamaCare are dancing in my head.

    The stock market this morning is great. Almost a record high. Even businesses are seeing better days ahead. And all of those leaders of other countries can’t say enough good things about Trump, when only last week they were trashing him.

    Two bonus points are the end of the Clinton and Bush reigns. Hopefully, gone forever, never to return. And second will be a new attorney general being appointed to finally deliver equal justice for Hillary to suffer the same consequences as those who have done far less.

    • Tina says:

      Peggy it would be good for the nation to see justice done not only in the case of Hillary’s many illegal acts but also in those of others in this administration (see Pie’s linked article above). The people need to experience that we are a nation of laws once again. I don’t know if it can be done but I imagine Obama is considering a pardon.

  14. No Longer Deplorable J Soden says:

    And when can we look forward to the departure of all those folks who threatened to leave the US should TheDonald win?

  15. Libby says:

    “We dodged a bullet here.”

    You think? Did you see that shot of him watching the returns, piggy eyes wide and tiny mouth hanging open?

    We is gonna have some high old times.

  16. Libby says:

    “… characterizing them as stupid, rednecks, ….”

    But Jack … they just proved it … beyond any shadow of a doubt.

    I said we were going to find out how many morons there are in the country, and now, sadly, we know.

    • More Common Sense says:

      Libby, you had your say but now everything is clear. You are the one that hates! You are the bigot! You are the one that treats people with your obnoxious nose stuck into the air! You are the one that didn’t have a clue! You are the one that spewed ridiculous statements that you, with your pathetic “I am superior” attitude, thought were golden gems of wisdom. But they weren’t! So you need to wear this loss like a “scarlet letter” because today and for many days following you are a loser! Go look in the mirror and look really deep, because the person you are looking at needs to really think before she opens her mouth again. So do us all a favor and “shut the hell up”!

    • Joe says:

      You are nothing but a brain dead shill for Shillary.

      But one way or another Shillary, Billary, and many of those associated with the Clinton Foundation will pay for their crimes even if Obammy issues them a blanket pardon as civil suits will follow. The Clinton Crime family will not get to keep the hundreds of millions of their illegal gains.

    • Joe says:

      Admit Libster, you and your crowd want more stuff…and at the expense of someone else…

      “We Need More Stuff — Not More Jobs”

    • Tina says:

      Ahh yes…the morons: They’re out in the streets protesting, they’re on campuses crying their silly, pathetic eyes out, they’re on twitter issuing Trump assassination threats, and they’re on blogs like this making perfect a$$es of themselves.

  17. Joe says:

    Hey Libster, aren’t you supposed to be moving to Canada right about now along with all the celebrity Shillary supporters?

    • Joe says:

      It’s awfully cold up there so bundle up.

    • Libby says:

      Yes, I hear we crashed the Canadian immigration site. Funny, funny. I did give the matter serious thought after The Shrub was re-elected. It’s amazing, the political humilations I have lived through: Nixon, Reagan, Clinton, The Shrub … and now The Donald. But I have to live long enough to take my SS out of the country. Or maybe I’ll just slit my wrists in a warm tub right now.

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