In total disagreement with pre-vote polls, the United Kingdom has voted to regain its sovereignty and leave the European Union.
Motivated by frustration and anger at the unelected bureaucrats in Brussels, Britain’s voters went to the polls on Thursday and voted to leave the EU by a 52% to 48% margin.
The immediate consequence of the Brexit win are that Prime Minister David Cameron resigned once the results were finalized.
President Obama attempted to dictate to the British people that they should stay in the EU lest they end up “at the back of the queue” for any trade deals with the United States.
Presidential hopeful and FBI suspect Hillary Clinton had also told Brits that they should remain in the European Union or they might suffer consequences.
Neither Hillary nor Obama’s threats brought about the New World Order’s desired result and may have actually pushed the vote in the opposite direction.
Donald Trump held a press conference at his golf course in Scotland where he spoke on the vote results and the state of his campaign.
Trump praised the result as “a great thing” and admonished Obama and Clinton for having attempted to dictate to the British what they should do. When asked about Hillary’s support for the ‘remain’ camp, Trump responded “she’s always misread everything.”
British voters desire increased sovereignty, actual borders and a strong national identity – the same characteristics Americans will be voting for or against this November.