And the Midterm election results are in…. the Democrats take the House of Representatives!

Will this monumental outcome actually Make America Great (for once)?

For the about three years, all inhabitants of The United States have heard the chants of 45thPresident’s slogan, “Make America Great Again!” Apparently, his motivation for running for President, other than to collect a grandiose accolade of presidency to satisfy his colossal ego, was to “Make America Great Again”. Notwithstanding the fact that his predecessor, Barack Obama, did an exceptional job in his two terms from closing Guantánamo Bay, signing the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr Hate Crimes Prevention Act, to implementing Obama Care.

Throughout his short career as the 45thPresident of The United States of America, Donald J. Trump has had as much of an impact on the bettering of America as bleach does to your favorite Black shirt. Through his misogynistic projections views towards women and anti-lgbtq, anti-Indigenous women, and anti-Muslim women rhetoric, he has disgraced his own honor and responsibility to guide Americans into the light of morality. Instead, he has been the decaying root of all chaos in America as his sexist, nationalistic, and blatantly racist remarks have been internalized and externalized by alt-right extremists, alike, who inhale the hate he emanates into the Political spheres.

“But finally, the king has been overthrown!”

On November 6th, 2018, the women Donald Trump has unapologetically degraded and dismissed, got to grab the polls by the…..you know what! Not only was the White house of Republicans out voted in favor of the Democrats, but the majority of those voted into the House of Representatives were WOMEN. These women encompassed all demographics who were at the brunt of all of Trump’s vile sentiments.

What will this mean for the future of United States?

The Republicans will no longer have free reign to act on injurious decisions that further solidify the disenfranchised status of minority groups within the United States.

 

Think beyond what you hear,

Kishale