Rather amazing!
Mr. Trump, our President elect:
has never smoked,
has never done drugs
and does not drink....

The EXACT opposite on all points of our current President:


Waaa Waaa..

You didn't get your way so now as all good liberals
you are looking for a way to further drive this country
to Socialism/Marxism.


Notice that when conservatives lose, they are sad and in some cases
depressed, but they accept the loss.  When liberals lose, they riot,
burn, kill and blame the conservatives.  You people are vile
pieces of human waste.


The following is a partial list of those who said they would leave the U.S.
if Donald Trump got elected.

Please, Please, keep your word and get the hell out!
The U.S. will be such a better place without every one of you!!

Katie Hopkins

Whoopi Goldberg - Damnit, she lied as usual as all liberals... She's not leaving! 

Raven Symone

Rev. Al Sharpton - Another liberal lies (big surprise)..Al Sharpton confessed he was merely joking when he claimed he would move if Donald Trump were to be elected.

Jon Stewart: “I would consider getting in a rocket and going to another planet because clearly this planet’s gone bonkers.”

Samuel L. Jackson: “If that motherf—ker becomes President, I’m moving my black a– to South Africa.”

Rosie O’Donnell: “If Trump’s elected president I’m moving to Canada.”

Cher: “If he were to be elected I’m moving to Jupiter.”

Eddie Griffin: “If Trump wins, I’m moving to Africa. If he wants to build a wall to keep Mexicans out, I know what the f–k he feels about a n—a.

Randy Blythe (Lamb of God frontman): no destination specified

Barry Diller (Billionaire CEO): no destination specified

Omari Hardwick: Italy


Here are the top destinations in those 200,000 “intent to move” tweets as reported by USA Today:

Mexico: 75,000

General: 69,000 (“I’m moving if Trump is elected” but no location specified)

Canada: 25,000

United Kingdom: 11,000

Australia: 6,000

Alaska: 5,800

France: 2,000

Hawaii: 1,500

Jamaica: 1,200

Ireland: 1,100

Sweden: 1,000

Brazil: 1,000

As USA Today notes: “Certainly the folks moving to Hawaii and Alaska may be surprised to arrive and discover that Trump is still their president because those places are actually part of the United States.”