WATCH: Clips Feature Pundits Confidently Predicting ‘Landslide’ Victory for Hillary

This election has been one of the most divisive yet. While some insisted that Trump’s outsider status showed his ability to win others scoffed and said that Clinton’s long career and notoriety almost guaranteed her a landslide win.

Watch the video below of media pundits from all over insisting that Hillary Clinton would win in a landslide victory.

They are certainly eating their words now. With Donald Trump’s general election win the nation is finally yelling loud and clear that they want something different. They do not want the establishment or the status quo. They want someone who cannot be bought and who tells the truth.

Because the media works hand in hand with the corporate greed of Wall Street and the one percent it is almost impossible for them to not be biased. But regardless of the tireless work and effort they put into destroying Trump he was able to triumph regardless due to the will of the American people and electorate.

Many believe that some anchors should step down for their false predictions. But the likelihood of that happening is slim to none. However, it is always really nice to look back at someone’s words who you disagree with and see that they were completely and utterly wrong.

Donald Trump must be having a laugh right about now at all the haters and trolls who tried to take him down. The weight of this responsibility is finally weighing on his shoulders and only time will tell if he is able to fulfill that responsibility he has been given by the American people.

God knows the media will jump all over him if he does not. But if the past is any indication of the future he will be able to weather that handily as well. May he have fair winds and good oceans.

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