While Mooch and Odumbo are flinging about insults and patting themselves on the back for being so great, Donald Trump is out thanking the American people for electing him.
In response to Mooch's statement in the Oprah interview, "We feel the difference now. See, now, we're feeling what not having hope feels like", Trump said, "I honestly believe she meant that statement in a different way than it came out."
Oh, no she didn't Donald, but thanks for being classy. The grifters who have been occupying the White House for 8 years are about to be gone and there's nothing to be gained by Trump insulting them. They've already become a footnote in history. No one, except a few crazy libtards, give a damn what they have to say.
A week ago Trump held a meeting with a bunch of tech billionaires in which he praised them and called them an "amazing group of people." Many of these people spent the last 18 months talking trash about Trump and doing everything in their power to undermine his campaign yet Trump calls them amazing and asks for their help and feedback.
I call the changes going on "amazing." It's a far cry from being called bitter clingers and deplorable, wouldn't you say?
Keep President Elect Donald Trump in your prayers.
Trump Derangement Syndrome™
Tomorrow the electors meet to cast their votes for Trump. Reports are that they are receiving death threats and the state of Pennsylvania is supposedly supplying the electors with armed police protection. I don't recall the Obama electors needing police protection, do you?
Many libtards, like one of our local ethics teachers at North Idaho College, are calling for the electors to elect Hillary. Now that's not exactly what I would call ethical or even sane.
Is there hope for those who suffer from Trump Derangement Syndrome™? I doubt it.
Scott Ott, Stephen Green, and Bill Whittle have some thoughts on the subject: