Why I Just Donated to the Trump Campaign
by Helen Smith at PJMedia:
“The election is really heating up and if you have been paying attention, and even if you haven’t, you can feel the political climate getting more and more contentious. The liberal newspapers (which is to say most of them) are full of cartoons about what a buffoon Trump is, all the while letting Hillary off the hook or making a joke out of the email scandal or Benghazi fiasco. Most of the opinion pieces and letters to the editor seem to be overwhelmingly from liberal types agitating to tell readers what a liar, crook, or menace Trump is, while ignoring the obvious flaws their own candidate, Hillary Clinton, has, of which there are many.
But beyond the flaws of the candidates, Republicans, libertarians, independents and free-thinking liberals this election might want to think about the psychological and legal ramifications of electing Clinton to basically a third (and perhaps fourth) term of Democratic rule: those who do not agree fully with the liberal agenda may be at risk at work, in the courts, and even in interpersonal relationships. Let me explain.
In 2008, during election night, my husband Glenn and I did some commentary forPJTV. I remember PJTV host Bill Whittle asking me if the election of Obama would reduce the anger of liberals, to which I said: “No, it would probably enhance it because now they feel entitled and emboldened to be even nastier.” If one thinks of liberal bias and anger in behavioral terms, winning the presidential election would reinforce the self-entitled behavior of liberals even further:……..” Please read on: