We’ve seen the baseless and disgraceful reaction from the left over Donald Trump’s victory. While we can accept that they would understandably be upset over their loss, the amount of backlash, anger, and sadness is reaching ridiculous heights.
Even though Hillary herself said we should stand behind and support the next president, her followers aren’t listening. Even when President Obama had truly decent and supportive words for Trump, echoing the support and grace the outgoing Bush White House offered him, his own people seem not to reflect that.
Sorry guys, it’s the way of the world. Get used to it.
From Allen B. West:
And if you had any doubt about the true feelings of those in the Obama camp about the prospect — now a foregone conclusion — of Donald Trump administration succeeding them, here are your pictures worth a couple thousand words.
Here’s the Obama White House staff awaiting the visit of President-Elect Trump today — see Josh Not-So-Earnest looking particularly not-so today.
And yesterday, as they watched Obama deliver his remarks about ensuring a smooth transition of power. (Yep, Valerie ‘Rasputin’ Jarrett doesn’t look too happy, does she?)
Their “curbed” enthusiasm is understandable, of course, when you consider they must realize everything they’ve worked for during the past eight years is not only at risk but likely under attack with the new administration, along with the Republican majority in Congress.
Photos taken of Obama’s staff during his remarks over the last few days show a thoroughly defeated cabal of liberals and radical social justice reformers. These were the dangerous and diluted people that had our president’s ear: progressives who pushed forward policies that undermined our Constitutional freedoms and aimed to rewrite our way of life.
Some looked angry, some looks distraught. There were a few who wept openly. Others looked ready to burst into flames (Jarrett embodied every story-book witch from our childhood). It shows their true colors as leaders. Instead of optimism and confidence in the future of the American way, they sour like children who have to go to bed early.
It’s a sad indictment on the caliber of people who worked for Obama for the last eight years.
Let’s hope the team that surrounds Trump will be strong, experience professionals who will tackle every challenge with strength, dignity, and wisdom.
Source: Allen B. West