The lady in the video below argues that everybody who voted for Trump was a racist, and no I did not vote for Trump or Clinton. They had too much baggage for me to vote for them.
So was this woman right? I don’t think so. According to this woman,
1 If you voted for Trump because Clinton had a history of exporting US jobs overseas, then you are a racist.
2 If you voted for Trump because he was against exporting jobs overseas, then you are racist.
3 If you voted for Trump because exporting jobs overseas increased income inequality in the USA, then you are a racist.
4 If you voted for Trump because he was against gun control, then you are a racist.
5 If you were suspicious of Clinton’s tight financial and political ties to Wall Street, and you felt you had no choice but to vote for Trump, then you are a racist.
6 If racism wasn’t your number one issue, then you are a racist.
I could go on and on, but I found somebody who expresses my point of view on this matter really well. Jonathan Pie is a political satirist based in the United Kingdom. He has a really good rant about what occurred in the election on November 8. During this rant he mentions Theresa May, the arch conservative prime minister of the United Kingdom, and says that on many issues May is to the left of Hillary Clinton.
My impression is that the woman in the video above is part of the problem, and not the solution. She seems very narrow minded and bitter. That’s exactly what the corporate news media does to us. It divides us. This woman has fallen for the bait, hook, line and sinker.