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The US election is finally over. The sensitive feelings and crushed ego of your average Clinton supporter has provided an opportunity for grief counsellors and immigration officials alike.

In the bitterness of defeat, a myriad of questions are being asked by supporters of the Democrat party. How could the polls have got it so wrong? How could an underdog like Trump and his entourage triumph over the established political status quo?

I would like to suggest that, as members of the general public, we have been played by the liberal media outlets and social media in general. We have been presented a reality distortion of real world facts and public opinion. The distortion of truth often follows the same predictable formula:

1. If an individual or group tells a lie(s) frequent enough and long enough, the general public will perceive it as being true.

2. Attack the character of your opposition rather than the important and pressing political and social issues at hand. The squeaky wheel always gets the oil. If you continue to assassinate the character of your opponent, through any means possible, the general public will believe that person or persons are bad and/or evil.

3. Generate fear and mass hysteria when all else fails. The sheer number of Hollywood personalities and Democrat pundits that have threatened to leave the US was designed to reinforce fear and hysteria in the general public.

4. Denigrate the education and intelligence of the working class of America . This demographic represents the majority of quiet, hard working people who believe in God and hold to traditional values of morality, ethics, and family.

This time around, the people of America didn’t buy in to the reality distortion field of social media and the political interests of the liberal news outlets. The carefully orchestrated liberal propaganda machine has failed.

Perhaps now, people will learn to be more discerning and far more critical of what is presented to us on a tarnished silver platter.

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