About nine days ago, a Hispanic anti-Trump protester on the west coast told CNN, “There will be casualties on both sides. There will be, because people have to die to make a change in this world…”
Since that day, protest, fear mongering and attacks against President-elect Donald Trump have continued with no signs of letting up.
Those leading these rallies on the ground, on Communist network news and politicians still reeling from massive losses this past Election Day refuse to accept that the American voter has spoken and that they have lost.
Their response is to double down with a viciousness that the United States may have never experienced in the history of our nation’s existence.
Atop the pile of news that the mainstream media refuses to report are the consequences of the hate, false allegations of racism, vicious attacks, etc. being levied by Communists against Donald Trump to turn the United States on its head to regain their stronghold on America.
For many who are unable to drown out the noise, there can be severe consequences. Unfortunately, the rationalization of those pushing the buttons is that, “There will be casualties on both sides. There will be, because people have to die to make a change in this world…”
The following article written by Dave Schuler of the Glittering Eye (also a council member of Wow! Magazine) is a must-read. Please read it through to the end after which I urge parents, grandparents and/or guardians share the article and have a conversation with their teens and young family members.
I strongly recommend you take a little time and read this post by medical professional (and Trump opponent) Scott Alexander. Here’s the context:
I work in mental health. So far I have had two patients express Trump-related suicidal ideation. One of them ended up in the emergency room, although luckily both of them are now safe and well. I have heard secondhand of several more.
Like Snopes, I am not sure if the reports of eight transgender people committing suicide due to the election results are true or false. But if they’re true, it seems really relevant that Trump denounced North Carolina’s anti-transgender bathroom law, and proudly proclaimed he would let Caitlyn Jenner use whatever bathroom she wanted in Trump Tower, making him by far the most pro-transgender Republican president in history.
I notice news articles like Vox: Donald Trump’s Win Tells People Of Color They Aren’t Welcome In America. Or Salon’s If Trump Wins, Say Goodbye To Your Black Friends. MSN: Women Fear For Their Lives After Trump Victory.
Vox writes about the five-year-old child who asks “Is Donald Trump a bad person? Because I heard that if he becomes president, all the black and brown people have to leave and we’re going to become slaves.” The Star writes about a therapist called in for emergency counseling to help Muslim kids who think Trump is going to kill them. I have patients who are afraid to leave their homes.
Listen. Trump is going to be approximately as racist as every other American president.
Here’s his peroration[…]