President Obama’s number one hater turned up the dial on diatribe and dangerous rhetoric, as Donald Trump called Obama’s election victory a ‘sham’ and ‘dangerous for democracy’ and called for a ‘revolution.’
We believe he’s just upset because he was not able to say “You’re fired!” on national TV. We also believe that the Secret Service should pay him a visit soon so that he can have an opportunity to clarify his statement and true intentions.
Demogoguery — the act of stirring up the base emotions and prejudices in others — has ramifications that extend far beyond just the words of the rabble-rouser. College students reportedly rioted at the University of Mississippi when they learned that Obama would win reelection.
“More wins equal a loss — revolution,” Trump tweeted, which has since been removed from his Twitter account. Of course, when Democrat Al Gore won the popular vote in 2000 but still lost the election to George W. Bush because he had more electoral colleges, Trump did not call for a revolution or characterize American democracy as a ‘travesty.’
One tweeter responded back to the Wigged One with this witty thought:
@realDonaldTrump Donald; you are just tweeting nonsense. Why don’t you continue looking for his birth certificate?
What makes Trump’s reckless invectives dangerous is that it can embolden dimwitted sheep to commit atrocities they otherwise would not commit in the name of “protecting” America from Obama.
What all did The Donald have to say? Take a look below.
We can’t let this happen. We should march on Washington and stop this travesty. Our nation is totally divided!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 7, 2012