Since Donald Trump’s historic win to the presidency, professional protester have been causing him no end of trouble.
We expected this backlash from young, social just warriors, who for years have been coddled in safe spaces. They were taught to hide from painful realities, preventing them from dealing with problems and upsets.
So it comes as no surprise that they are whining on social media or congesting city streets, with ridiculous signs that read “Not My President.”
They seem to forget that we had a fair and open election. Despite the efforts of the dishonest media and other forces working to help Hillary Clinton, Trump beat her. Anyone who calls themselves an American, must acknowledge his win and support him for the next four years.
From Conservative Tribune:
According to WFAA-TV, San Antonio Federal Judge John Primomo told the assembled people he was swearing in that Trump “will be your president and if you do not like that, you need to go to another country.”
“I can assure you that whether you voted for him or you did not vote for him, if you are a citizen of the United States, he is your president.”
Primono also bemoaned NFL stars and other sports figures who have disrespected the flag by remaining seated or taking a knee during the national anthem.
“I detest that, because you can protest things that happen in this country. You have every right to,” Primomo told the assembled courtroom. “You don’t do that by offending national symbols like the national anthem and the flag of the United States.”
We don’t know whether or not Judge Primomo voted for Trump. At that isn’t the point. He was setting an example for every judge and every American. The moment Trump is sworn into office, he will become President for every citizen, liberal or conservative, native-born or newcomer.
The idea that people say he’s “Not My President” shows a fundamental disrespect for our values and law. Certainly, new citizens being sworn in must learn this first; for if they cannot accept Trump as their President, how can we expect them to respect every other aspect of our society, like Freedom of speech or religion?
Our society is built on principles that cannot be disregarded. If you want to embrace the freedoms and opportunities of the United States, then you must also accept our leaders and respect their authority. You may not agree with their politics, but they are our leaders, like it or not.
Source: Conservative Tribune