Hey, remember the third presidential debate, when Trump was asked if he would accept the election results?
Hillary Clinton was “horrified” that Trump wouldn’t instantly concede, in advance, without knowing any details.
In the end, though? It was Clinton who refused to concede on election night, after all the news agencies had called the election for Trump.
Now, I think 90 per cent of Americans who voted Democrat are normal liberals. But ten percent are hardcore, well-funded activists, and they took to the streets.
Meanwhile, celebrities took to Twitter.
Katy Perry, the multi-millionaire pop star, tweeted after the election, “The Revolution is Coming.”
Lena Dunham tweeted: "@ladygaga let me into her vagina for safety when I cried. And that's beautiful.” Huh? Lady Gaga herself was chauffeured away from a protest, in a Rolls Royce.
And remember: These people were literally chosen to be the face of the Clinton campaign.
It’s all connected:
Refusing to accept a democratic rejection, and failing to understand that all of the cool stuff the Clintons love — Lady Gaga, Lena Dunham, Black Lives Matter, Occupy Wall Street — that’s not actually America. That’s a few zip codes in Manhattan and Hollywood. In which 90 per cent of reporters spend their whole lives.
Real journalists might do a moment’s introspection and say, "How could I have missed the most surprising election result in memory?"
But most won’t. CNN, the New York Times, the CBC?
They’re going to get worse.
NEXT: Our own Gavin McInnes joins me to talk about Trump's meeting with Obama today, and what to expect in the days ahead.
THEN: Rebel co-founder Brian Lilley comes on to discuss elite reaction to the election, such as Kellie Leitch's positive comments about Trump, and the blowback she's received.
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