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Old 11-16-2016, 11:53 PM
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Things I Learned From My Facebook Feed This Election

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Trump and the Republicans are going to hunt down and kill every last LGBTQ person, woman, and melanin enhanced person because Trump is the literal equivalent of Hitler and the Republicans are the indubitable modern day SS.

The currently sitting liberal Democrat president magically acquires super-Senate-bypass powers when a liberal Democrat replacement candidate loses a presidential election, enabling him to install by fiat a Supreme Court justice for life acceptable to prevailing Progressive policy preferences. This policy does not apply should a Republican be the lame duck president because reasons and STFU.

The Electoral College is a Constitutional relic used to cram down the will of racist bastards in flyover country on the morally pure coastal elites and not a bargain made by the Founders to prevent a tyranny of the majority screwing over low population states as I learned in law school. We should scrap the Electoral College because it didn’t produce the result all right-thinking people expected, plus the Founders were stupid, racist white guys, amirite?

Media has a legal and Constitutional right to be present wherever the president is at any moment, including a family dinner at a Manhattan steakhouse and probably the crapper, too, because someone’s got to keep an eye on Republican bigots, never mind that media phoned it in the past eight years and only rediscovered their collective curiosity early last Wednesday morning.

Republicans have a moral and legal obligation to restore Senate rules Democrats destroyed in order to pass Obamacare and avoid a filibuster on our current president’s judicial nominees. It’s totes wrong when Republicans do it, and STFU about the Democrats doing it in the first place.

A new president has no authority to cancel executive orders of a prior president, unless the prior was president was a Republican. Also, a non-Democrat president has no authority to use a “pen and a phone” whatsoever, because racist or something.

Marching and rioting to protest a lawfully elected president is patriotic when Democrats do it. And Republicans totally would’ve done it if Clinton was elected, even though clearly racist Republicans didn’t when our current president was elected in 2008 and again in 2012.
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Old 11-17-2016, 07:34 PM
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In other words democrats have no integrity....
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Old 11-18-2016, 08:12 AM
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Old 11-18-2016, 09:50 AM
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More things I learned:

Wearing a safety pin will make one feel better.

Trump's opposition to the paid, anti-Trump rioters is a threat to the First Amendment.

Colleges need to provide safe spaces so those unhappy with election results can skip classes and have a place to cry together.

Those who want to see the Electoral College abolished so that the popular vote will prevail belong to a party that has super delegates that can prevent the popular vote from prevailing.
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