The Pardu

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Monday, August 21, 2017

Three Key Trump States Feeling Post-election Remorse



After watching and experiencing the feeble-mindedness of the American voter, the level of their post-election dissonance should surprise us. It should be more specific and focus on the voters who gave the nation this post-election set of statistics.

Race
White
Data not available
37%
58%
1
Black
Data not available
88%
8%
7
Hispanic/Latino
Data not available
65%
29%
8
Asian
Data not available
65%
29%
11
Other
Data not available
56%
37%
1


Building a wall along the entire border with Mexico


Support
Data not available
10%
86%

Oppose
Data not available
76%
17%



There is more: New York Times Link

Enough of a failed voting process to facilitate cable news hosts (and back room geeks) along with newspapers declaring Trump an election winner well before 1 AM the following wee hours after election day. It is important to add an election when which was declared without the 2.84 million votes garnered by Hillary Clinton and finally tallied within mere weeks of Trump's election win into the abyss of reality TV America.

A recent NBC News/Marist poll has Trump polling at 35% approval and easing lower. The poll includes a stark and revealing glimpse in the feeble mind of the American voter, the power of surreptitious politicking (including voter suppression and Russian involvement), third-party candidates, and poor decisions from the Clinton campaign. Voters in three states which were considered slam dunk winners for Democrats regardless of election voted for the election of our White House buffoon.







Despite Trump's support from many various entities, one would think the American voter would have recognized him as a carnival barker without an inner credible human core.  His record of sleaze,  business failures (in some endeavors) and his adamant refusal to allow scrutiny of his pre-election tax returns were sure signs of a person who should have been kept far away for international and national governance.


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