Donald Trump is winning big time. Unless something totally unexpected happens, I think it’s safe to say that he’s going to be the GOP nominee. How did this happen?
I blame social justice warriors.
Of course, there are a number of reasons why Donald Trump’s campaign has been successful. Trump has a trustworthy brand; he ran an anti-GOP establishment campaign; he’s going to build a wall to keep out the Mexicans; and social justice warriors pushed people over the edge.
Remember Newton’s third law? Every action has an equal and opposite reaction.
For years, the PC police have beaten everyday Americans into submission. We’ve been told that the things we say are offensive. We’ve been shamed, intimidated, and censored for expressing our views.
This is different than shaming the KKK and David Duke’s crowd. Clearly, those people do deserve shame.
I’m talking about normal people who don’t have bad intentions — the non-racist people. These people are tired of being told to shut up.
This has given rise to movements fueled by spite and resentment, and Trump is a part of that. His rise is a direct reaction to the PC police; people love seeing someone stand up to the bullies and not succumb.
It doesn’t matter what Trump says. His candidacy is a big middle finger to the PC police, and he has even said himself that he could kill someone and not lose voters. He’s probably right.
The pendulum has swung the other way. Social justice warriors, you created this backlash by pushing people so far that they went overboard in the other direction.
Everyone else, don’t pick your candidate out of spite. It won’t end well.