17 10 2016

Hillsborough, North Carolina

Has consequences.

Buckle up; I’m expecting a lot more of it, and from many quarters aimed at many quarters.

One more thing:  Oh how I wish Pat McCrory was right.


Note: I just thought of something else. What’s going to happen when, late in the evening, or hopefully, not quite so late in the evening, three weeks from tomorrow, the networks splash: “DONALD TRUMP 45TH PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES” with a pic of him in all his orange haired glory across the screen, after weeks and weeks of the media practically anointing Hillary the winner? The left will think that the election was stolen, and they’re going to go on a chimpout or crackerout that makes this thing in North Carolina look like a walk in the park.




5 responses

17 10 2016
David In TN

I recall there were threats (and expectations) of riots in 2008 and 2012 if Obama lost.

17 10 2016

You’re on fire today, keep up the good work and lols.

17 10 2016

I gotta be honest with you.

I think I’m in the zone.

18 10 2016

I think 2008 and 2012 already showed us the demographics have tipped against the republicans and with the media telling white women Donald Trump doesn’t have their approval it probably was over long ago. However, with them already running victory laps for the old witch it may well keep a lot of voters home in apathy, black guys don’t really seem to like her much from my conversations and only a dire fear of Trump will get them to the polls.

18 10 2016

This spiking the football three weeks before the election is I think is psychwar against Trump voters.

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