On the eve of election day I got a little introspective. I wanted to share some of the prominent lessons I've learned and would like to hear yours.
There is no doubt that we will all learn something tomorrow, but on this day before, I would like to see what minds have been molded, changed or just
completely shut out.
*Clinton and her staunch supporters feel they are above other humans. They need to direct them, guide them, change
their thoughts and behaviors to be in line with theirs, otherwise they are deplorable. Humans are not property.
*Staunch Trump supporters are willing to compromise their own beliefs no be inline with his narrative. You can disagree with his behavior.
*The level of corruption is much deeper than I thought. I truly believed (stop laughing) that the struggle in the us vs them started ABOVE the FBI.
I've learned it is not, they are indeed complicit.
*There are more people than I realized that love free stuff, who pays for it is of no consequence.
*ISIS is not as big of a threat to the US as the media would like to portray. However, their influence is growing. Also that influenced is pushed
forward by our own government.
I have learned that Hillary supports and enables pedophilia, is probably involved in it herself personally, and has known for a long time that John
Podesta is a practicing pedophile whom she is okay with. She and her husband are serial killers of over 10,000 children in Haiti who all died as a
direct result of the actions of the negligence, greed, and criminal incompetence of the people working for the Clinton Foundation.
And I have learned that Hillary supporters who continue supporting her, are also okay with the pedophilia and child trafficking associated with the
Clinton's and people who work for Hillary that are known and previously convicted pedophiles.
I learned you can break the law and not be charged with anything as long as there wasn't any "intent" and your name is Clinton.
hmm.....you might want to look up what happened when a senior white house official outed a covert CIA agent, and imperiled dozens of other agents and
their network of contacts, and there wasn't so much as an investigation, or even a slap on the wrist. but, that involved the bush white house, so no
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