How would an election change things?
Should Trump win, liberals, progressives and snowflakes will face the terrifying prospects of more freedom, safer cities and towns, fewer government regulations and refreshing economic growth for the parched, endangered middle class. The Fifth Column will be kicking and screaming like psychos in the ward, as usual, because that's who they are. However, the vast majority will get high on the fresh, invigorating air of freedom and self-determination – some for the first time in their lives.
Should Hillary win, the future reads like George Orwell's "1984." Controlling despotic government swallows all and spits out the pits. Imagine Hillary as commander in chief. Panic or laugh.
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Seriously, who in good conscience is going to follow the orders of this demented mega-crook who disses both the military and those in blue? Her inane policies birthed ISIS terrorism. Her hands are drenched in blood. When U.S. Ambassador Stevens, working under the aegis of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, was under attack in Benghazi in 2012, the security team was inexplicably told to stand down. Four Americans including Stevens were slaughtered; ten other people were injured. Blood soaked the walls of the diplomatic compound. What did Hillary do? The deceiving cowardess blamed it on a YouTube video and laughed on.
Foreign governments may have Hillary's emails and records of private negotiations and could blackmail this baggage to do their bidding. FBI Director Comey couldn't rule out "bad actors" hacking her email. For sure, it would be a miracle of miracles if the private server of the sloppy, negligent Hillary weren't hacked during her years at State.
Another four years of the perverse lawless Obama regime under Nurse Ratched, NWO/Goldman Sachs servant, would be viewed as intolerable and the last straw by scores of millions of Americans, not only from right and center but also from the pool of Bernie supporters. With nothing to lose except chains and a dark future, Americans in great numbers may demand separation or a new compact.