posted on Nov, 2 2016 @ 04:10 PM
This year, with Donald Trump crying fowl of the elections by calling them rigged and wanting to arrest Hillary (probably if he wins or loses) and
Comey revealing that Hillary's email investigation was reopening right before the election, there is a lot of room for post-election drama.
Since the television networks are so polarized (Fox is Republican, CNN and MSNBC are Democrat) and social media actually has algorithms in place to
keep you in your own social sphere of similar beliefs, both sides think the world will end if the other wins the election.
Before Comey interrupted the election, it seemed like Hillary would win by a long shot and Donald Trump would politely back down. That is the
best-case scenario in terms of drama. However, now Trump could win and what would Democrats do? It might be good for them to have their extremism
cropped off a bit. But Democrats might go after Comey and say he violated the Hatch Act.
If Democrats win things get hairier though, because Donald Trump would claim the election was rigged and there would be constant calling for Hillary
to be jailed and impeached. She might not even last that long, and Tim Kaine would become President. As for the 9th justice on the supreme court,
Republicans have vowed to keep all Democrat nominees out of the slot, even if Dems win the Presidency.
It seems like with our polarized views, we cannot get along or even admit defeat.