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Grievances of a Collapsed Empire, Part 1: Denial


As we all know, the Liberal reign of terror was halted on November 9 when Donald Trump managed to clinch a win for the Republicans, quite literally saving us at the last second.

Since then, the Left has been screaming, shouting, protesting, crying, blubbering, and rioting, among other immature actions. In the months following, however, I’ve noticed that their actions following that fateful November day are extremely similar to that of the Five Stages of Grief (Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, Acceptance). Thus, to document the grievances of a collapsed empire, I’ve come up with a five-part series, with one stage of grief being covered per article.

So, without further ado, let’s begin.

Stage 1: Denial (Nov. 9-December 19)

Although this still occurs to this day, it was much more prevalent in the end of last year.

Returning to the very beginning, I’m sure most people will remember the plethora of videos featuring sobbing, emotional Leftists grieving the loss of their flag-bearer, Hillary Clinton. Alongside other people, I laughed at every video I saw; these people instructed us Right-wingers to remain tolerant not because they would have done the same (they didn’t), but because they were confident Hillary was going to win. Then, when she magically lost, they completely lost their cool, rioting and harming innocent civilians. Keep in mind that there were no burning buildings or broken windows when Obama won in both 2008 and 2012.

Anyways, in the days following Trump’s victory, the #NotMyPresident tag was created on Twitter, with hundreds of thousands of raging Leftists taking to the social media platform to show the world that they were going to do everything in their power to try and block Trump from the presidency. Here’re just a few of them:

There was even one that claimed they (and others) were “patriots” by opposing Trump:

Once they noticed that they weren’t getting the attention they so desired, the Left decided to take aim at December 19, the day when Electorates of the Electoral College confirmed Trump’s win. For weeks, they endlessly protested and yelled at the electorates to deny Trump the win, but to no avail.

When the Electorates confirmed Trump, this marked the end of the stage of denial; after all, Trump’s ascension to the presidency was inevitable after that day. The Left knew they couldn’t stop it, so they resorted to the hateful, intolerant, and anger-induced social messaging common with their way of thinking.

Thus, this marks an end to the first chapter of our story; the story of a collapsed empire’s grievances.

The next stage should be interesting, as it is the most prominent of the five; it likes to be called anger.

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Alex Paul

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