Time magazine is, once again, showing its massive liberal bias. The floundering mag dubbed President-Elect Donald Trump the leader of the “Divided States of America.” Apparently, Time is not concerned about letting pesky little things like facts get in the way of pushing their progressive narrative.
The now viral tweet of two election results maps gives a far more accurate view of a “divided” America than the Time article. One of the maps shows the 2008 election and the other the tally from the 2016 election.
One of these maps is 2016, one is 2008 – Tell me again who was elected as president of “Divided States Of America”? pic.twitter.com/E49PFghoS3
— Charlie Spiering (@charliespiering) December 7, 2016
It requires just a quick glance to realize Donald Trump won more states than Barack Obama. Not only did Trump win more states, he turned THREE states that had been blue for decades to a solid red.
Time named Donald Trump its Person of the Year for 2016. The magazine began bestowing the title to influential men in 1927 and expanded its crowd of potential candidates to include women in the latter part of the last century.
The magazine’s editor-in-chief, Nancy Gibbs, stated in a Time article, that the person of the year is an individual who had the “greatest influence, for better or worse, on the events of the year. So which is it this year: better or worse?”
Only a delusional person would think Time could possibly consider the election of an outsider patriot, i.e. a non-liberal, a good thing. Being named man of the year is typically an honor, but the magazine used their page space to essentially roast the president-elect.
“The challenge for Donald Trump is how profoundly the country disagrees about the answer,” Gibbs continued. “Like all newly elected leaders, he has a chance to fulfill promises and defy expectations.” The “country” doesn’t profoundly disagree with anything related to Donald Trump — only liberals and their snowflake millennial offspring do!
When Obama was elected, patriots were very concerned and fearful, just like liberals claim to be now. The mainstream media chose to either ignore or mock the fears of conservatives. We were worried about the trampling of our constitutional rights, the growth of socialism in America, and an economic collapse from a president willing to print money to cover the cost of his whims.
Yes, Hillary Clinton did win the popular vote and still lost the race, but that has happened a handful of times before in the history of the United States. The popular vote would matter IF America was a democracy, which it is not. We the People live in a REPUBLIC.
The Electoral College was created by the Founding Fathers to ensure no one or two densely populated states would ever have the ability to rule an election—and by extension, the nation.
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