Meme: If a Calexit Ever Happened, This is What Would Happen Next

by McIntosh | December 6, 2016 1:51 am

With all the lefty crybabies out and about, whining how Hillary won the popular vote so she should be President…that’s not the way America works, you commies. This is a Democratic REPUBLIC[1], not a Democracy, so please, stop perpetuating the lie and suck up the loss.


Now, we all know how the Electoral College works and if you don’t, Google it. C’mon. It’s 2016. Learn to use a computer. But just in case anyone suggests that Trump or Republicans don’t have a legitimate claim to the White House, be sure to share the following:

Donald Trump won five states that had previously been loyal to Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012: Iowa, Wisconsin, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida were those states. Ohio and Iowa were considered part of the Democrats “Blue Wall” that would have sure enough secured the presidency for Hillary.

But it wasn’t just the Presidency at stake, because the Democrats experienced demeaning defeats across the country.


No House. No Senate. No Presidency. The election coming up in 2018 has a majority of Democratic seats being put up for the vote, so unless these next two years go absolutely horrible for you do-nothing Republicans because they continue their do-nothing ways, expect to see a few if not most of those seats picked off.

The Washington Post reports just how bad Democrats have it:

One Democrat who understands the need to for his party to reconnect with working-class voters in middle America is Rep. Tim Ryan (D-Ohio), who has challenged Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) for the post of House minority leader. “What we are doing right now is not working,” he wrote in a letter to his colleagues. “Under our current leadership, Democrats have been reduced to our smallest congressional minority since 1929. . . . We have the fewest Democrats in state and federal offices since Reconstruction.”

If Democrats are smart, they will listen to Ryan. His district includes hurting industrial areas such as Youngstown and Akron — so he understands how to win the very voters Democrats lost in 2016 and need to win back. Do they have a better chance of winning back those voters by electing him or an aging, coastal San Francisco liberal such as Pelosi? Ryan is young and dynamic — just 43 years old. The House Democratic leadership, by contrast, is old. The Post recently reported that the average age of the House Democratic leadership is almost 65 years old. And Pelosi is 76 — a year older than Bernie Sanders. Perhaps Democrats should take the advice of John F. Kennedy and pass the torch to a new generation.

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