Donald Trump won. I hoped he would.
But big voices all said he was going to lose: the media, the pollsters, other so-called conservatives, including senior members of the Republican Party.
In Canada, the supposedly conservative National Post, and its columnist Andrew Coyne, were rabidly anti-Trump.
According to Coyne, 50 per cent of America — the same America that voted for a black president twice — has converted back into a racist place.
Yeah, listen black people: Some guy in Canada says you have to be worried!
This morning, after Trump’s stunning win, on the front page of the National Post: “America Divided.” It’s really a stream of personal insults, written by Jonathan Kay, not just about Trump, but about those who could support such a bigot.
I doubt they actually know anyone who is a Trump supporter. So they create these caricatures.
When the rest of America was sick of open borders and political correctness and endless wars and trade deals that shut down factories, the fancy people were shocked, because they hadn’t been paying attention. Because it wasn’t cool.
Donald Trump is something new. Most of the establishment still has no idea what he represents. And the fools in the media who didn’t see it coming are now going to try to tell you what it all means.
They’re still lying to you.
And I promise you, they’ll continue lying to you, as they try to tear Donald Trump down.