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Trump Voters Trashed by Liberals: ‘Your Parents Should Have Aborted You’

Trump Voters Trashed by Liberals: ‘Your Parents Should Have Aborted You’

Performer: “When I came out as a supporter of Trump, I was blackballed instantly… I got death threats”

CNN hosted a panel this morning of Trump voters describing what CNN described as “life after their vote.” Three of the voters described very nasty reactions they’ve received from liberals:

  • A woman spoke of receiving “a lot of hatred from people I loved and respected,” including being asked if she was “crazy” and wondering “how could you do this to us?”
  • A female impersonator recounted being immediately blackballed from his work when he came out as a Trump supporter, and having received death threats. He noted the irony of coming from a community that prides itself on inclusiveness.
  • A man spoke of receiving a tweet saying “your parents should have aborted you at birth.”

The same phenomenon prevails among elites. American Psycho writer Bret Easton recounts here being yelled at after a dinner for being a “Trump apologist” and accused of “colluding with Russia.”

Personal Note: I’m something of the conservative black sheep in my predominantly liberal extended family. The news that I was intending to vote for Trump caused major consternation for several family members, including one who broke into tears over the phone while lecturing me about my “white privilege.”

WOMAN VOTER: I received a lot of hatred from people that I loved and respected that were Hillary supporters — I didn’t realize how much our relationship hinged on politics until admitting that I voted for Trump. I mean, I’m kind of callous to it now but —

ALISYN CAMEROTA: What would they say to you?

VOTER: Jackie, what’s wrong with you? Are you okay? Are you, are you crazy? Have you thought about this at all? Why would you do this? How could you do this to us?

MALE VOTER #1: Can we get back to hate on the internet?

CAMEROTA: Yes, quickly. Tell me what your experience has been.

VOTER: I come from a community that touts that we are so inclusive, we are so embracing of what’s different. All we ask for is tolerance and equality.

I make a living as a female impersonator in the state of Florida. And I have hosted all the major events, from White Party for 20 years, 19 years. When I came out as a supporter of Trump, I was blackballed instantly. They got online campaigns to have me thrown off of the committee. I couldn’t be the emcee anymore. I got death threats. I’ve lost [inaudible] against people now. Oh, it’s horrible.

. . .

MALE VOTER #2: When president Trump sent out the infamous wrestling gif, I sent a tweet to him, I just said at some point I’m starting to believe that I made a poor decision voting with you or something along that line. And my phone starts blowing up with these just horrible responses. And they were responses were from liberal voters.

CAMEROTA: Why were liberals mad at you for questioning —

VOTER: They say something like, “you’re figuring this out now, blankety-blank? We told you Hillary, blah, blah, blah.” And I understand their frustration, because they quite frankly never thought they were going to lose.

My response back to them was: I’m the voter that elected him.

CAMEROTA: You’re the swing voter!

VOTER: I’m the swing voter in a swing state that elected him. If I’m having second thoughts, you should be saying great, can you tell other people? Here is why. No. It’s like: “your parents should have aborted you at birth.” Just horrible things.

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They were looking for someone to say “I am having second thoughts “, of course…

    notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to gonzotx. | July 17, 2017 at 4:44 pm

    Gotta love this latest tweet of Bret’s, “Is the Left F****** NUTS?”

I’m not shocked. The PC culture hasn’t infected just the liberals, but also the ‘right’ – if there is such a thing any longer. I wonder what would have happened if they’d gotten aggressive with their defense of vote for Trump, instead of acting like whimpering puppies?

Yeah, we get that every day from Ragspierre. Ignore it.

    kenoshamarge in reply to Pasadena Phil. | July 18, 2017 at 11:29 am

    That wasn’t necessary. Slamming another commenter when they haven’t commented is wrong. Shame on you and all who clicked like!

My sister was supposed to visit me in August 2016 and she texted me about three weeks before her intended arrival. She told me she didn’t feel comfortable coming to visit me because my husband and i were Trump supporters. We went around and around with my sister getting uglier and uglier with me and things broke apart the next day. I received a text from her stating that she couldn’t believe I was an RN because I was a horrible person with no morals, no character and she couldn’t believe I was her sister. She continued with a bunch of other nasty comments and then said she wanted absolutely nothing to do with me. I never answered her.

My sister and I were the closest two siblings could be. We used to fly up and down from CA to WA to see each other 3-4 times a year but no more. It still hurts but when I look at it, I must admit my sister is a hypocrite because Trumps policies hurt her personally. She lives in very tony La Jolla, CA and has an illegal housekeeper, pool boy, and gardener and all her neighbors have illegal nannies. Of course she hates Trump because she’s going to lose all her slaves.

    Immolate in reply to heitmany. | July 17, 2017 at 12:49 pm

    It wasn’t like she could argue what an awesome candidate Hillary was. It’s too bad your sister has lost her perspective.

      Tom Servo in reply to Immolate. | July 17, 2017 at 1:50 pm

      It’s no consolation for the loss of a family member, but you should tell youself that in fact you were never really “close”; it just looked that way as long as you did everything she told you to do. The minute you started to think for yourself and express your own opinions, that supposed “closeness” was out the window.

      A true friend, someone worth being close to, respects your opinion even if its different, and is glad for your company no matter what your opinions on outside things are.

      I heard a very good sermon once, about how there are always people we care about, who come in to our lives and who go out of our lives, sometimes under circumstances like you related. The point was that there’s no reason to be upset at this (although of course you will regret the loss for a while) or to even be very angry at the person who’s gone. It’s just that there was a time for them to be a part of your life, and now that time is over, and that’s how it needs to be. Someone else will fill that place in your life, and there are plenty of good ones out there. That’s life.

        notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to Tom Servo. | July 17, 2017 at 4:48 pm

        Wow, have you got that pegged right Tom.

        heitmany in reply to Tom Servo. | July 18, 2017 at 2:11 am

        Thank you for your post Tom. I was really mad at first but now I’m just resigned and sad at what was lost. That someone could actually throw someone out of their lives over a different opinion is so stupid. Your post really made me feel a lot better.

I voted for Trump because SCOTUS and because Hillary Clinton. If you can convince me that not voting for Trump would have resulted in either of those things going my way, I’ll apologize immediately.

Pelosi Schmelosi | July 17, 2017 at 1:27 pm

This is known as a “Badge of Honor”
I wear it proudly

[class] diverists, abortionists, and “=”. Oh, my.

As for Trump, he is backed by optimists. It’s too early to predict the future, but the vision: revitalization, rehabilitation, and reconciliation, is great!

Don’t ask. Don’t tell.

The beauty of the secret ballot is just that. It’s secret.

I don’t tell anybody I know how I voted, unless they ask. And by now they know better than to ask.

Incidentally, this Democratic/Liberal/Progressive-style mindless hatred is one of the reasons I suspected (as it turned out, correctly) that the polls telling us that Trump was the only candidate who couldn’t beat Hillary were bogus. “Don’t ask; don’t tell,” applies to pollsters as well as to anyone else, and obviously a lot of pollees realized that and weren’t talking.

Hatred and violence rank among a Liberal’s favorite weapons; there’s little to gain by setting yourself up as a victom.

I was #NeverClump from way back, but since his election, I’ve come to appreciate some of Trump’s good moves.

Whenever I encounter the hate and bile of the anti-trumpers, they inevitably reveal that they voted for Hillary. I always ask them to explain how a vile, money-corrupt, habitual liar like Hillary would be an improvement over Trump. It’s never a long conversation.

And the liberals claim to be the tolerant ones, unlike conservatives. Uh huh. Riiiight…

    Gremlin1974 in reply to Rusty Bill. | July 17, 2017 at 3:03 pm

    You have to realize that the left calling conservatives violent, intolerant, and bigoted is actually a classic case of projection.

“Life after voting for Trump.”
Only the liberal press can make voting for Trump look like surviving the holocaust.

We were visiting friends whose son was home from UC Berkeley. His parents expressed their pride in him for becoming politically active on campus. That is when he tried to impress us with his political acumen by going into an anti-Trump diatribe using all the usual leftist buzzwords about Trump; homophobic, racist, misogynist, dictator, etc., etc., etc.

I asked him if had any examples of where any of those labels were true. Of course, he couldn’t cite one single example. However, he did try to convince us that MAGA was a phrase used by the KKK so rump being a racist just had to be true,

When asked how do you know any of this is true his answer was simply it is what I heard and everyone just knows it to be true. That was the total depth of his political acumen and his political curiosity ended there.

I did challenge him with one more question about if he knew the KKK was founded by and primarily consisted of southern democrats. He left the room in a huff as if frustrated he could not convert me into being a true believer of his Church of Groupthink.

    I used to be a liberal, so I can speak from experience.

    Liberals just “know” a lot of things. Evidence is not required for these obvious truths. Conservatives are racist and liberals are not. They know this, absolutely. Substitute for racist all the deplorable terms – sexist, homophobic, transphobic, Islamophobic, etc. – and that applies as well.

    So when a conservatives mentions something as innocent as “golf” when talking about Obama, it must be racist simply because conservatives ARE racist. Similarly, when Democrats say that blacks are not capable of dealing with something like voter ID, it cannot be racist because, don’t you know, people on the Left ARE NEVER racist.

    While this worldview of theirs may not conform to reality, it sure means that they never have to think very hard about anything – just label someone as Left or Right and everything else falls into place.

I have one SIL who is a BH liberal. Back during the election cycle I told her we could not discuss politics/Trump/Hillary because we both thought he other one was crazy and I didn’t want what had been a 40 year good relationship ruined. Whenever she would start some anti-Trump rant I would “suggest” that she really didn’t want to go there and open the door to me responding in kind on Cankles. We still don’t discuss politics but there is a coolness now that wasn’t there before.

With my friends we don’t talk politics but instead talk about less controversial subjects like Israeli/Palestinian relationships and BREXIT.

cjharrispretzer | July 18, 2017 at 2:33 am

I’m a rape survivor. I also happen to be a conservative woman. When Trump won, I had more than one person I knew throw my rape survivor status in my face. It was, “How could you, as a rape victim, vote for that misogynist?”
I couldn’t believe it. Especially given that the alternative candidate, Hillary, was so horrible on that subject. Was I supposed to vote for her? The woman who defended a child rapist and laughed about getting him off with a light sentence? The same woman who helped her husband destroy any Bimbo Eruption that came their way? MyGod! I was disgusted by the attacks on me. I’ve worked tirelessly to help crime victims and I’ve put myself out there. And now these people think they have the right to attack me for supporting Trump over Hillary? Hell NO! Nothing Trump has done has made me waiver in my support of him. If anything, it makes me want to cleave to him tighter, and support him more.
Never once in the 8 years since I had been raped had I ever had it thrown in my face like that (aside from the trial, but that’s another story). And then, within a few days of Trump’s election in Nov., I had three completely unconnected people do just that….throw it right in my face. One person even added that I reminded her of her abusive ex-husband with my “know-it-all” tone. That’s when I realized these people had lost their minds. Election Day had solved nothing (so many people kept saying they couldn’t wait for Election Day prior to Nov 8 so the rancor would end). Little did we all know that it was only the beginning for the Left.

kenoshamarge | July 18, 2017 at 11:27 am

I was #NeverTrump and #NeverHillary – so I voted for that idiot McMullen – should have left the space blank.

But, the election is over. I still don’t “like” Trump and I never will. But I can and do like some of the things he’s said and done.

I’ve taken some very hard negative hits from both the #NeverTrump,and the Trump supporters for my stand. One side doesn’t think I hate him enough and one thinks I should love him more. Not gonna happen.

Still being #NeverTrump is foolish IMO because the election is over, he won, get over it and seek some positives.

This hate is tearing the country apart worse than any one person in the Oval Office could, or would, do.

I praise when I think it’s applicable and complain when not. That is, IMO, the adult and responsible thing to do.

I like the hate and vitriol. We are sail boaters. You cannot lose your cool in a boating emergency.

I don’t care what your political stripes are, if you are going to lose your s**t over a political discussion for which you have minimal control of the outcome, I don’t want you on a boat with me and my family.

The parents of Trump voters would not have aborted their children – because they abhor abortion. People who abort their children are generally of the leftist persuasion.

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