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President-Elect Donald Trump

President-Elect Donald Trump

And Republicans retain control of the House and Senate.

The networks have called it.

Hillary conceded on a phone call.

Here is the current map. Trump likely will get even more electoral votes in the end.



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WMAL radio says they have UNOFFICIAL word via CNN that Hillary has called Trump to concede election

Arizona called for Trump

Concession is considered odd as Podesta just told the Clinton rally to go home and they would say more tomorrow.

Good luck, President-elect Trump. May you exceed my expectations.


Time to roll back all the carp of the past 8 years.

Time to make the supreme court a court again.

Time to re staff the u.s. government with adults and purge all the malignant children.

Time to indict the Clintons – all three of them.

Time to put the corrupt media in its place.

Time to replace Ryan and McConnell.

This is so great.

I’m really shocked that Hillary conceded. CBS news still refuses to say he’s won. Maybe Clinton needs to call them.

smalltownoklahoman | November 9, 2016 at 3:04 am

Woke up for a bit to take care of a couple things and since I needed to use a cough drop I decided to check the news real quick. It’s good to see Trump won this despite having the odds stacked so heavily against him. It’s better to see that we as a country finally flipped the Clintons the bird and rejected their corruption.

God help us.

I am not happy that Donald Trump will be President. I am ecstatic that Hillary Clinton will not be President. What is needed now is a genuine Conservative Party, with solid values and ideals.

One of the best side effects, I hope all the leftist “entertainers” complete their promises to leave the country.

One thing I did not like:
In his speech Trump thanked Hillary “for her service”.
I know it’s just protocol and all that, but Donald Trump should know that we still expect charges against HRC.

    randian in reply to Exiliado. | November 9, 2016 at 4:24 am

    I don’t think DoJ would investigate or indict even if Trump asked them to. They’re too corrupt with career progressives, and they’d hide behind “prosecutorial independence” if pushed.

    CloseTheFed in reply to Exiliado. | November 9, 2016 at 6:23 am

    Obama may pardon her. No point. And I don’t care if she’s indicted, other than all those people who have been jailed for disclosure of secrets deserve equal application of the law.

    Semper Why in reply to Exiliado. | November 9, 2016 at 12:21 pm

    He can afford to be gracious. I suspect/hope that he’ll turn out to be a better man than we were led to believe.

Time to fix that legacy that Pussy John Roberts could not do

Get rid of ObamaCare. First thing. That should go down before February.

    tom swift in reply to EBL. | November 9, 2016 at 8:17 am

    There are a lot of urgencies which hurt worse the longer they’re put off. The invasion of foreign criminals, the Muslim fifth column, the disastrous federal budget, the Persian atomic weapons program, Chinese expansionism, Russian expansionism, the crippled capabilities of the US military, investigation of the Clinton’s crimes all the way back to the Arkansas days (and before they can destroy all the evidence), etc etc etc, all as pressing as the Obamacare train wreck. And then there’s slightly smaller stuff, like getting the Churchill bust back. Where to start? Good thing Trump is an energetic guy; I hope he can stay that way.

Has anyone seen Ragspierre? ORDA?

No idea. Hey hand me that shovel.

Where’s Rags…Lol lol lol lol

buckeyeminuteman | November 9, 2016 at 4:45 am

America – 1
Hillary – 0
Obama – 0
Liberal Media – 0
Hollywood – 0
The Feds – 0

Adios, Obama and Good Riddance, to the Clintons.

I wish Trump 4 years of great success and am ready for …

Ted Cruz 2020!!!

    CloseTheFed in reply to buckeyeminuteman. | November 9, 2016 at 6:25 am

    No, Obama has won a lot. He’s imported more illegal and legal foreigners than we can imagine. With their birthrates, the next election will still be a problem. Is it too late to keep America? That is what we will now find out.

    Our congressmen don’t want to build the wall. They don’t want to deport. We must start pressuring them – tomorrow – I’m going back to sleep!

DieJustAsHappy | November 9, 2016 at 5:26 am

Early lead by Clinton and need for rest had me going to be thinking she would win. So, surprise, surprise, surprise this morning!

My congratulations to Donald Trump and Mike Pence, their staff, and their families. Given that, the last I saw, both sides received over 58 million votes, with about 300,000 separating them, it underscores the notion we are a divided nation. Much work to do there.

The campaign was long and difficult. Now, even more strenuous and diligent efforts will be in order. My prayers for Team Trump as there will be many, many decisions to be made leading up to Inauguration Day, 2017.

The Star Spangled Banner:
America-My country ‘Tis of Thee:
America The Beautiful:

Thank God for Julian Assange and Wikileaks. This is probably a gift to us from them. I should donate to them, something small, at least.

Oh-and we should immediately start taking advantage of this opportunity to roll back political correctness. Speak what you think for a change; perhaps the SJWs will be knocked back for a bit and not attack you. To be able to speak freely again – a luxury I thought I would never lose, but surely did… It had gotten so bad, it was oppressive.

maybe now people I normally enjoyed reading here will settle down so I don’t have to ignore them anymore.

There must be a mass increase in the amount of soiled underwear in the whole Bush family household today!

Maybe Trump will load Trump Force One to the “Hollywood expatriates”.

smalltownoklahoman | November 9, 2016 at 7:40 am

Looking at the election map this morning it’s surprising Trump won because Hillary did win a number of the big states, including the entire west coast. Looking at percentages too it was very close in a number of the states that Trump did win. To me that says that while he did win it’s not a clear mandate and that this country is very much divided on which way it wants to go. The good thing about that though is it means the people of this nation aren’t just going to march in lock step behind whatever agenda Trump tries to implement, he will be challenged and yes possibly defeated on a number of issues. That’s fine by me, it means that he’ll have to really work on selling the more controversial ideas he has in office, at least those that will require legislative support. Yes, the GOP won the Congress as well but let’s not forget that a lot of those going back really aren’t that enamored of Trump. Whether or not they’ll show more spine towards him than Obama remains to be seen.

To end this here are three things I am heartened by:

We now have a very real chance to finally repeal the ACA aka Obamacare sometime probably next year. Getting rid of that alone will be a huge monkey off our backs!

We may finally start being a bit more sane about energy. We’ll have to roll back some regulations to achieve this but with Trump and a GOP congress it should be possible.

Having someone in office who will honestly admit that it is radical islam that’s the cause of the vast majority of the terrorism in the world today! You can’t really address a problem if you are unwilling to admit what is causing it! I really do hope he follows through on his promise to halt immigration/refugee resettlement from these hot spots until we can properly vet who’s trying to come in! With all the problems we do have we really don’t need to be risking importing violent stealth jihadis just waiting for their chance to hurt us here.

    VaGentleman in reply to smalltownoklahoman. | November 9, 2016 at 8:39 am

    Excellent point about just how close it was. Taking our country back is not something that will happen in DC. It can be taken away in DC, but we take it back at school board meetings, town hall meetings, etc. And we have to be involved every single day, not just every 4 years. Keeping your liberty is a full time job.
    But today we can party!

      smalltownoklahoman in reply to VaGentleman. | November 9, 2016 at 9:38 am

      How about a little bit of folksy humor?

      Ya know even in this day and age of high speed digital communication it’s still a good idea to try and keep as much power as we can in our state and local representatives rather than letting our federal government assume more and more control. If for simply no other reason than it’s still easier and more effective to go yell at your local/state reps in person than it is to travel to DC and yell at the Feds!

Oh and if you are a Libertarian, TODAY is the day you start building your party up, not May of 2020.

Also, next time around try to screen a Libertarian who… ya know… actually believes in Liberty.

    Fiftycaltx in reply to Fen. | November 9, 2016 at 10:49 am

    Yah, the “L”ibertarian party ALMOST got 5%. And for the math challenged out there, 5% don’t win no races.

      randian in reply to Fiftycaltx. | November 9, 2016 at 11:19 am

      5% does spoil elections though. He got more votes than the difference between Hillary and Trump in a couple of states, which gave those states to Hillary.

        Luapious in reply to randian. | November 9, 2016 at 4:41 pm

        That is if you assume that all his votes were anti Trump.
        How many were anti Clinton we will never really know.

Could anyone other than Donald Trump withstand the massive barrage of incoming from the Democrats, Republicans, Hollywood,
the media? The elites are in total denial still this morning.
Just listen to the idiots rale at what happened!

Good hard working citizens from the West coast to the East coast. From our Northern border to our Southern border have sent a strong message with this election.

Donald Trump is our messenger going to Washington.
Drain the damn swamp!

Good-speed President-elect Trump!

Look at that electoral map again. It essentially defines “flyover country” and proves that America is actually two countries – the liberal coasts and the conservative heartland.

The exceptions:

Colorado – filled with ex-patriot West Coasters
New Mexico – southern-border illegals
Illinois – well, the less said about Illinois, the better *cough*rampant corruption*cough*

Great. Now it’s time to pull the nuclear lever on Supreme Court Justices (just like Sen. Dingy Harry Reid was going to do if Clinton won) and RAM-ROD through Conservative Justices onto the Supreme Court with a majority vote. Preferably YOUNGER Justices, that can be there 30 to 40 YEARS.

The Democrat party showed us their playbook over the last 8 years. NOW it’s time that we made them EAT that playbook.

Tyrant Obama the Liar will pardon Clinton claiming that Trump will persecute her:

    clintack in reply to ConradCA. | November 9, 2016 at 10:22 am

    Perhaps. But he can’t pardon the money. The feds *should* freeze and seize the corrupt enterprise known as the Clinton Foundation.

      Fiftycaltx in reply to clintack. | November 9, 2016 at 10:52 am

      Remember, it’s not just the Clinton Crime Family Foundation that is part of the RICO scheme. There is a money skimming operation that takes a 15% cut every time somebody moves money from one “foundation” to another. Somebody send a copy of “Clinton Cash” to Trump and have him give it to whomever he puts in as Att. Gen.

The Trump Movement won this round. It prevailed in the face of a unified onslaught from virtually every establishment power group except law enforcement. Trump was actively opposed by the liberals, the financial sector, manufacturing, the legal profession, the media, organized labor, pro-immigration forces, his own party and the Clinton campaign.

It is also very likely that there was a significant amount of anti-Trump vote fraud committed. 60,000 felons pardoned, in Virginia, just before the election. California motor voter registering hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens. Electronic voting irregularities, all reported to benefit Clinton. Several voter ID laws struck down just before the election. As Trump won the contest, we will probably never know the extent to which vote fraud occurred. If Clinton DID actually win the popular vote, this would be surprising given the inequity in the size of the candidates rallies and the enthusiasm of the attendees.

But, the fight has only begun.

Now Trump has to face, not only the same alliance of opponents he faced in the elections, but he has to deal with a Congress which is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Establishment. This was the Congress which was going to pass immigration amnesty when the Establishment polling showed that over 60% of the population was opposed to it. This is the same Congress which repeatedly failed to repeal or amend Obamacare, when many of its members were elected on a pledge to do just that. Plus he will have to deal with international challenges. So, now the real fun begins.

If Trump remains true to his election promises and persona, then the next two years could be a wild ride.

Where’s the insufferably and predictably obnoxious “Ragspierre,” to make the infantile and dim-witted argument that Trump’s boorishness is far worse than Hillary’s unabashed venality, corruption, lawlessness and self-serving entitlement?

    Ragspierre in reply to guyjones. | November 9, 2016 at 11:33 am

    Nowhere. That Ragspierre never existed, you liar.

    What the only Ragspierre ever said was that BOTH these stinking, lying, PATHOLOGICAL Collectivist thugs were unfit for the office. And that Ragspierre would never vote for either.

    Which is objectively true. This explains why you have to lie to try to discredit me.

After the twilight the dawn of a new day, a fresh perspective.

Congratulations to President Trump. Now is the time to be gracious and work with Republicans and Democrats.

A lot of Trump’s platform is rhetorically similar to that of the ascendant Democrat far left, so he should be able to get things done in the first 100 days.

But the NeverTrump/National Review/Bill Kristol/Mitt Romney Republicans need to be purged.

    Ragspierre in reply to rotten. | November 9, 2016 at 12:11 pm

    Wow. THAT is EITHER a breathtakingly stupid contradiction, OR…

    a very clear declaration that you have more in common with the Collectivist Deemocrats than with Conservatives.

    In either case, you just “purge” your little PC heart out…!!!