Even with the stunned media and mass protests, people will, eventually, come to grips with the Donald Trump Presidency. Trump and Obama met yesterday, for the first time they both stated. There are many questions regarding exactly what President-elect Trump’s policies will be, but only since yesterday has he had access to the President’s daily briefings. However, the issues that he ran on including open borders, jobs, and the repeal of Obamacare do form something of a mandate for him. President-elect Trump will be the first President who has not served previously in any office or the military.
As a result of this complete rout of the Democrats and the Globalist Establishment, the fate of many Establishment Republicans, such as Senator Lindsey Graham in particular is now in question.
“If [Graham] felt his interests was with that candidate, God bless him,” [Omarosa Manigault] said.
“I would never judge anybody for exercising their right to and the freedom to choose who they want. But let me just tell you, Mr. Trump has a long memory and we’re keeping a list.”
Loyalty is an important part of politics, but the talk of lists is rather concerning. Regardless, there are bigger matters at hand, the question of law and order, and the question of criminality within the Clinton family, the Clinton campaign, and the Clinton foundation. Losing an election is one thing, but corrupting the democratic institutions of a Constitutional Republic is another. Carelessly handling classified material and allegedly stealing donations for Haiti’s earthquake relief cannot be accepted or allowed. The Clintons, their campaign, and their foundation must be held to the same standard that all Americans are held to. One people, one law.
The Constitution and human rights, the rule of law, and the democratic process must constantly be protected from the tyranny of Globalism. There are already attacks on the electoral college, a very timely argument that always seems to pop up immediately after elections and rarely at other times. Perhaps if we continue parsing through Hillary’s paid speeches, the leaked Benenson Strategy Group memos, or John Podesta’s inbox, we could find just one criticism of the electoral college before the election, but I doubt it.