WATCH: Stop Blaming ‘WHITE PEOPLE’ For Trumps Win Last Night. America Voted For Actual Change

Following Trump’s victory, the blame whitey crowd came out in full force.

“It’s all thanks to white people that Trump won!” bemoaned liberals. In a country where most people are white, who would’ve ever thought that white people have disproportionate influence? Apparently this is news to liberals.

For some reason, the fact that most white people voted for Trump is somehow proof of “racism,” as liberals today work under the delusions that only white people can be racist, and that someone’s worst possible intentions are their only intentions.

What about the whites who got Obama elected? How did they become racists all of a sudden? I bring that up because many of the predominantly white counties that were strongholds for Obama defected for Trump this election. What do you think is more likely, they all became racists overnight, or they believe more in Trump’s vision for America than a career criminal and crook? I think the question answers itself.

The fact that Hillary attracted low turnout from blacks and Hispanics should be proof within itself that it’s not just whites who distrust the woman. Here’s one of those minorities who voted Trump, sticking it to the liberals blaming white people.

“We won last night. I’m so glad about it. It’s not a white thing, it’s not a black thing, it’s an American thing. And if you’re crying and talking about going to Canada. Please hurry up and go. We have work to do here, and we don’t want to be bothered by you whining and talking about how you’re leaving. Just go. The Canadians will be glad to have your leftist butts…”

Well said. Personally, I’d love nothing more than for every liberal whose threatened to move to Canada to follow through with that promise.

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