The 2016 Election isn’t over yet
Jackson Cantrell

Here’s another word to discard, disenfranchised.

Just because some of us voted for Trump does not mean we are disenfranchised, down on our luck, out of work, racists, misogynists, xenophobes, or any of the other labels the angry Democrats have come up with.

While some of these labels may be accurate for some but, there are a lot of us that are tired of politicians, especially ones like HRC who always seem to be above the rules we want everyone to follow. We are tired of those who feel entitled.

Some of us voted for the Republican like we do in every election.

Some of us voted for Trump, because he emphasized putting America first.

Some of us voted against HRC, because we were angry Bernie followers who believed the DNC stole the party’s nominee away with their super-delegates.

Some of us didn’t want anymore Obamacare. I still want to keep my insurance plan with my doctors.

Securing our borders is important.

A lot of the election cycle issues like taxes, spending and the economy swayed voters too.

I think Obama said it best last week when he said, “ The path that this country has taken has never been a straight line. We zig and zag, and sometimes we move in ways that some people think is forward and others think is moving back.”

99% of the things you fear never happen.

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