RESULTS: The majority of people have lost relationships because they support Trump

Written by DML

The captain of the Titanic saw the iceberg coming before it hit.  But the ship was just too big — there was no way to change course fast enough.  Even so, according to the movie, most of the people on the Titanic died because the crew and builders of the ship did not act quickly enough to evacuate.  There was a denial that the ship would sink.  They said it was too majestic, too well-built, and too strong.  How wrong they were.

America, is much like the Titanic in the sense that many people believe it is too big to fail.  Sadly, people who think this way think blindly, and most of them tend to be Democrats.  They don’t see the iceberg as being dangerous.

The iceberg can be anything, really.  Iceberg = immigration.  Iceberg = national security.  Iceberg = national debt, lack of jobs, ISIS, etc., etc.

But not the Trump supporter.  The Trump supporter is much smarter.  You realize that if America doesn’t react quickly to the iceberg Obama slammed us into, we could sink as a nation.  This is why you voted for Trump.

Despite his oversized ego, and despite his comments to Billy Bush about grabbing women, and despite his many bankruptcies, law suits, divorces, and flip flopping back and forth between political parties, you banked on Trump as a get it done guy who knows when to turn the ship.

Screen Shot 2017-02-23 at 5.48.46 PMYou tried to explain this to your friends and family.  You told them that Trump was the right man to save the Titanic.  But no matter what you said about Obama hitting the iceberg, they denied the danger of it all.  They were more concerned with Trump, and his less than perfect ways.

Ten days ago, we asked you if the arguments that ensued between you and your friends and family over Trump ended poorly.  The results are in:

According to our poll, more than 70% of Trump supporters had a relationship come to an end because of their support of the billionaire businessman from New York.  Thankfully, only half of those people seem to care about the loss.

37.05% lost a relationship but say it’s okay. 33.36% lost a relationship and say it’s disappointing.  While 29.59% didn’t lose any relationships, and still won the election.  Good for you!

 

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