Like it or not, Trump will be our President come 2017.
I had a dream last night that I was in a high school gymnasium vetting women for a beauty pageant. The chief judge was Trump. The women walked in and I asked them all to leave.
Trump asked what I was doing. I took his hand and said, “Please be kind. You can change the world for the better. Please allow all to be treated equal. Our bodies are not anyone else’s business. Please be kind to the earth.” He stood up and thanked me and said he would. I woke up crying.
A lot of us woke up yesterday, and still today crying.
We are angry. We are shocked. We apologize to our children and we apologize to Hillary. Hillary apologizes to us.
Did she lose because the undecided decided at the last minute that the greatest nation in the world still wasn’t ready for a woman in the White House? We won’t know, because even if someone is foolish enough at this point to conduct a poll to find out, no one would believe it anyway.
The polls? If you’d like to see how pollsters such as Mason Dixon can manipulate anyone to say most anything, please DM me. I’ll send you proof.
The media decimated this election both nationally and in each state. Months ago we questioned why they allowed the Man Who Would Be King to control his message on their airwaves. They gave him the Golden Ticket to say what he wanted, when he wanted and from where he wanted - though never it seemed, in person, in studio. Those same outlets are now shaking their heads wondering what happened?
What we cannot do is run to the streets without permits, burn American flags or close down freeways. Demonstrations must be peaceful or we are just as bad, if not worse, than the very person we are protesting.
Last night’s protests showed the world we were angry, but without a definitive, unified, message in each city as to why people were in the streets other than they were angry, it was an opportunity lost.
We have much to save - and when we look at it like that, instead of what we have to lose, perhaps we organize the way any winning battle can - with positive energy, with a clear, concise one-voice message, with structure and with passion and with educated information for the media to help move our message forward.
When you have strength in numbers, you use that strength, you take the social media mic and you address not Trump, but our representatives in Washington to make sure this never, ever happens again. You let them know it is now their job to protect us in what will become the most contentious environment we most likely have ever experienced since the days of Nixon and the Viet Nam war. We have heard their rhetoric for years and yet, here we are.
Bookmark this link, visit here now, and be prepared for what will be the fight of our lives and the lives our daughters, sons, nieces, nephews, mothers, fathers, grandparents.
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Share this if you like. Add to this list of what’s important to you to save. Tag the Verified FB pages of your representatives in Congress in this message as you share it. Whether they are here only until January or will be walking the halls of DC come next year, let them know now's the time for them to suit up, show up, get busy or get lost, because if they can’t do the job, we’ll vote in others who will.
We can watch the deck chairs be re-arranged on the Titanic or we can get busy. I vote for getting busy.
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