This election has many similarities to the historic vote in Great Britain to leave the European Union.
The British media was against Brexit. They fought tooth and nail to convince the British people the globalist agenda of the EU was better for them. Too bad. And another commonality — polls predicted Brexit would fail by a large margin.
In the end, though, the British people voted to take back their country.
And, the day after Brexit passed, Donald Trump was in Great Britain. There to christen a namesake golf course, Trump took the time to congratulate the British people on their historic vote.
Now, in the same way, the American people took back their country from the Washington cabal by electing Donald Trump as the next president.
Trump’s victory in the presidential race is “bigger than Brexit”, Nigel Farage has said.
Watching the results coming in at the U.S. Embassy, the interim leader of the UK Independence Party told press that 2016 was shaping up to be “the year of two great political revolutions.
“I thought Brexit was big but, boy, this looks like it’s going to be even bigger,” he added.
Farage proclaimed Trump’s win as a victory for “the little people, it’s the ordinary people [who are] rising up against an establishment that has done them down very badly over the course of the last couple of decades.”
Those of us who celebrated British’s Brexit vote took it as a sign that America would upset the experts and do much of the same in our election, because both countries’ citizens were motivated to assert populism over globalism and were tired of outside forces dictating their economy, industry, culture and personal liberties.
For America, specifically, Trump’s win will bring sweeping change to our government, reinstate jobs and industry success, and set the tone for international relations for years to come.
These election outcomes prove that the powers in the government and media don’t have the final say in our nations. Despite their money, influence and arrogance, we the people prevailed. That makes America’s and Great Britain’s’ futures very bright.