Washington DC (Storch Report) — The voice of silence spoke out after a long period of hibernation on November 8th and the voices of progressive political correctness descended into a state of disbelief, depression and despondency, while others among the Millenniums reverted to lawless protests, an outlet they often used during the past decade to get their way.
In fact the progressives were shocked and surprised, because the Polls which are perceived to always be right, were oh so wrong.
They were wrong because the voice of silence remained silent until their day.
They were tired of being bullied by progressives because of their beliefs, their principals and their disagreement with policies of the past 8 years that were taking America in the wrong direction and thus selected to stay voiceless until they really had something to say and could affect change.
The aging Hanoi Jane Fonda appearing at the Atlanta Women’s Foundation annual luncheon speaking about the election results, said, “I felt like I was hit by a truck, frankly . . . I’m scared as a woman. But I know that we need to understand why this happened, and what it means and how we move forward together.”
The actress, activist has apparently mellowed in her twilight years.
As for the despondent Millenniums, they were being coddled; at Cornell they were ushered into separate rooms for crying sessions, some colleges cancelled mid term exams while others brought pizza and therapy puppies in to comfort those on the verge of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
All were apparently suffering their first loss after coming off of childhood athletic endeavors where there were no losers and everyone received a trophy for winning.
While some colleges were pampering those progressive wimps that couldn’t bear the thought of a Bully in the White House, never thinking they too participated in that behavior, others were creating lawless rebellions in cities across the nation, illegally preventing the flow of traffic, damaging retail shops, putting baseball bats through the windows of cars and beating up those that voted for the wrong person from the Millennium perspective with no semblance of a peaceful protest.
It was classic child-like behavior from a generation of progressives who grew up in a culture of permissiveness.
It too shall pass.
Thomas Jefferson, in a letter to James Madison, on January 30, 1787 said:
“I hold it that a little rebellion now and then is a good thing, and as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical . . . It is a medicine necessary for the sound health of government.”