Election Fallout

The responses from the American people to Donald Trump's election seems to be pretty wide. Between the over-the-top rioting by the trophy-for-just-showing-up crowd because they never learned about losing (almost all of whom supported Big Nanny Hillary who promised them Free Shit), their only response to seeing their chosen lose the election is to burn and otherwise damage other people's property and beating Trump supporters, the not yet fulfilled promise by numerous celebrities to leave the US (Canada doesn't want them), and the positive reactions from the stock market and the Deplorables' reaction to the list of those who may become part of Trump's cabinet, I think we can see just who are the mature responsible adults .

There has been both good and bad reactions to Trump choosing an AGW skeptic to lead the EPA transition team. That's not a surprise considering the so-called leaders of the EPA under Obama have been deep in the pockets of the climate alarmists and have studiously ignored any data that weakens their beliefs that man is the sole cause of climate change, as well as ignoring court decisions and court orders. It is a rogue agency that has gone far beyond its charter and needs to be reined in.

Trump is also supporting nationwide concealed carry, which means if you have a permit to carry a concealed weapon in your home state it authorizes you to carry concealed in all states, much as driver licenses are recognized nationwide now.

Another thing Trump's election has inadvertently revealed to the world is that social media is not reflective of real life. This is something I've been aware of since social media came into existence. As the old saying goes, “On the Internet no one knows you're a dog.” It can also be said that a relatively small group of people can make it seem that 'everyone' is for or against some issue that has come to the attention of the people, at least for a short while. But once reality sets in, most folks realize the social media frenzy isn't real. It would explain why more people are dropping Twitter and feeling better about life in general once they've done so.

The few things mentioned above are just the few I could think of off the top of my head. I'm sure there will be plenty more as time passes.