The snowflakes crowd has yet to understand what they have done for the conservative movement. When the tide began to turn at 9 PM on November the 8th, they did not understand where it came from. They have lived in their bubble for eight years now, and had no idea that their rhetoric could bring such benefit to Donald Trump. As they continue to act out in disbelief and denial, they confirm the conservative stance. Read all about the snowflake effect here.
As Written By Jennifer Van Laar for Red State:
Congrats, special snowflakes. You are well on your way to doing what more than a generation of conservative activists hasn’t been able to accomplish – uniting the various factions within the party.
During the 2016 election cycle (which seems like it started five years ago) conservatives have been destroying each other while the Democrats sat smugly and quietly to the side, enjoying the warmth from the dumpster fire. Sure, they ultimately had their own issues this summer between Bernie and Hillary (sheesh Bernie, didn’t you get the MEMO that this year was HILLARY?), but mostly they’ve been content that they’d win this year, even after nominating one of the most polarizing and unliked candidates ever.
As Donald Trump picked up steam on the GOP side and the #NeverTrump movement gained momentum, as long-time GOP voters left the party to vote McMullin or Johnson or simply not vote at all, Dems were giddy. They’re pretty good at stepping aside while the enemy defeats himself.
Until about 9 pm Pacific time on November 8, 2016. That’s when they learned how to defeat themselves.
Hillary was already done.
Hillary was done because working-class America is done being lectured to, done being judged, done being told they’re inherently bad because of the color of their skin, their sexual orientation, or their religious beliefs. They’re sick of being referred to as simpletons, and of the ruling class assuming they …..
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