Gavin McInnes writes at Taki’s Magazine about all the celebrities and other delusional brats sucking their thumbs and/or pounding their fists over how all the deplorables dared to vote Donald Trump into office:
It’s been some low-hanging fruit watching celebrities react to this election, but low-hanging fruit is delicious. Lady Gaga asked that we “say a prayer America” and then blew Trump’s mind by standing outside one of his buildings with a sign that said “Love trumps hate.” This is a powerful message because Trump hates love. He was hoping that eventually he could wipe out all the love in America but Gaga was ensuring him that no matter how hard he tried, it would still be there. Where do these people get their views from—Dr. Seuss? He’s not the Lorax, Lady.
McInness also points out hte sheer absurdity of the boogeymen hiding under the leftist crybullies’ beds:
When I was on Hannity recently, I said most women would be happier at home. Liberals took that to mean that I think women should be prevented from working. I was so busy defending myself I never stopped to ask, “How the hell would such a law be enforced? You’d have a special division of the police come into your office and drag the women from their cubicles back into a gigantic housewife paddy wagon?”
Also at Taki’s, check out a particularly delicious weekly round-up, Trump Victory Edition, complete with an overview of riots and Lena Dunham whining.