I wrote this a year ago, after it was revealed Donald Trump won the election. Now it is time to share it on here.
"As far as I know. People have made it through the hardest of times. The Jews that lived through the holocaust and managed to tell the tale of the horrors that happened during WWII, we managed to deal with Nixon, we’ve managed to deal with eight years of ‘dubya’, eight years of Obama, now we have entered what has been considered as one of the most scariest things in the history of elections. Donald Trump is now the president. Trump’s actions have been considered disgusting and insulting among those who have the intelligence in the USA. As there were few who had voted third party to be against both Trump and Hillary. Trump being president has shown that people would rather have someone who is nothing more than a hateful human being. Rather than having someone who is an honest person to be president. Idiocarcy is now a reality since people have made their choice of voting for a rich hateful maniac as their president. Stupidity and hate have gotten more strong than common sense.
Now. I see people freaking out. I will admit. I am one who is a bit frightened by this, but we have to remain strong together as people. Be aware, some of the things Trump will try to do(e.g build a wall, make new laws to fit his needs, etc) have to get APPROVED of first. Chances are some of the things he’s going to do aren’t going to get approved. I would move out of the country, but I cannot afford to do that, let alone that running from the problem isn’t going to make things better for anyone. The only thing we can do at the moment is to wait and see what happens. We’ve been through worse. The only positive thing I can see out of this is that I’m going to have a field day with political cartooning. If somehow, Trump manages to do something bad to put this country in danger. I’ll be one of the many who will march against him if that day ever comes."