“Righteousness exalteth a nation: but sin is a reproach to any people.” -Proverbs 14:34

Before I begin with my commentary on almost a week’s events since the United States of America choose their new president, I must point out that I would not have voted for Trump or any other candidate available if I was an American. Donald Trump epitomises a culture of lewdness. He is a product of that culture. Sadly, however, many of his leftist critics are guilty of hypocrisy as they often support the lewdness of many of pop stars supporting Clinton on the campaign trail, which corrupts the minds of our young people much more than Donald Trump ever would.

Having said all this, I am relieved that the USA has been spared of the tyranny and treason that would have been the presidency of Hillary Clinton. She is more than just an establishment insider, she is a career criminal who will do anything for power and money. The Clintons hate the United States and have been funded by groups who also fund ISIS. The corrupt dealings of the Clintons’ so-called charity, The Clinton Foundation, has shown that she takes money from regimes hostile to the United States, such as Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

So what did we learn from this week’s events? Does the left love diversity as much as they claim?

The anti-Trump protests were all too predictable as those on the left, while claiming to love democracy, hate anything to do with conservativism. They are happy to support democracy, as long as their candidate wins.

It is claimed that Trump is bigoted and intolerant, but where has the bulk of the bigotry and intolerance come from? Organisations such as Black Lives Matter and the George Soros funded Move On have proven that the left is all too willing to wallow in victim status. It’s always someone else’s fault, at least that is what they are taught in by their Marxist professors at universities across the country.

This week has also exposed a childishness from Millennials and other leftists who cannot accept the result of the democratic process. While no one should get too excited about a Trump presidency, the fact that they ignore all the allegations of abuse and well-documented corruption by the Clintons speaks volumes. Many do not care that Clinton broke laws that have sent many others to jail. She may be a criminal, but she is ‘their criminal’.

“For rulers are not a terror to good works, but to the evil. Wilt thou then not be afraid of the power? do that which is good, and thou shalt have praise of the same: For he is the minister of God to thee for good. But if thou do that which is evil, be afraid; for he beareth not the sword in vain: for he is the minister of God, a revenger to execute wrath upon him that doeth evil.” -Romans 13:3-4

A few months ago, in the New York Times, columnist Nicholas Kristof confessed to the left’s intolerance of conservative views:

“We progressives believe in diversity, and we want women, blacks, Latinos, gays and Muslims at the table — er, so long as they aren’t conservatives. Universities are the bedrock of progressive values, but the one kind of diversity that universities disregard is ideological and religious. We’re fine with people who don’t look like us, as long as they think like us.”

The mainstream media and university campuses have become training centres for social justice warriors, or as I like to call them ‘professional victims’. Those who, rather than facing reality, would rather smear the opposition with name calling. This is what small children do on the playground at school. Anyone who apparently will not accept Hillary as president is sexist, like when anyone who disagreed with Obama was a closet racist.

If you want to find the seeds of division in America, politically at least, we can look no further.

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