Paul Joseph Watson destroys the left and their post election temper tantrum


Zero Hedge

Earlier today, Paul Joseph Watson posted the following epic video in which he systematically destroys the utter hypocrisy of the left for, among other things, failing to denounce the violent riots flaring up across the country in response to Trump’s victory.  The whole video is a must see but below is just a small selection of our favorite quotes:

“After weeks of taunting Trump supporters, over Trump’s suggestion that he might not immediately accept the election results, Hillary voters came together preached the message of unity and graciously accepted Donald Trump’s victory.  Oh no, they actually rioted, attacked people in the street and threatened to kill Donald Trump and his supporters.

“All year they denounced us as being hateful and intolerant.  And what’s the first thing they do after the election?  Engage in rampant hateful intolerance.

“Seriously, has anyone told you people you can’t change the outcome of democratic election by throwing a temper tantrum.”

Your behavior is why Trump won in the first place.  Do you understand that yet?

3 comments on “Paul Joseph Watson destroys the left and their post election temper tantrum
  1. Liberals have been preaching “tolerance” for many years, but when they don’t get what they want, where is their tolerance? It is amazing of the bigotry of Dumbocrats! I am happy to see my American flag up again after nearly 8 years of liberal “tolerance”. The idea of voting for someone just because he was a black man turned out to be overcome, and finally, enough people rejected the idea of having a woman for President because she is a woman. 8 years ago, I could have voted for Ben Carson if he had been a candidate, not for him being black, but for him being an intelligent person who happen to be black. In a future election I have no objection to voting for a woman, if she is intelligent and not a criminal like Hillery.

  2. These rioters are attempting to make an issue of the fact that Donald Trump didn’t win the popular vote. However, this isn’t much of an issue considering the difference in the popular vote was only 395,050 out of the more than 120 million people who voted. That small difference can be explained by the dead people the Democrats managed to convince to vote for them more than once.

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