The Silent Trumpers are “Coming Out”!

Well, well, well, it looks like a change is in the air.  Over the last couple of weeks, but particularly since last weekend, there has been a surge in the polls for Donald Trump.  Interesting, isn’t it?  I believe, and I have said this for a long time now, that there are millions and millions of Trump voters who have “stayed in the closet” and not spoken out in their intention to vote for him.  Well, all of this has changed and I believe that it is largely due to Hillary Clinton’s faux pas last week calling half of his supporters a “basket of deplorables”.  Little did she know that that arrogant, demeaning little comment in front of her millionaire donors who yucked it up with her would bring millions of formerly silent voters to speak up and own their vote.

These are the group of voters who up until now have been hesitant to admit to friends, co-workers or pollsters that yes, indeed, they are Trumpers.  Now because of Hillary Clinton’s elitist and divisive remark they find themselves part of a large group of citizens who have their own “brand”.  They are finding out that they belong to a trendy group of Americans who are actually proud to be branded by Hillary and the left as “irredeemable and un-American”.  It is now acceptable for them to push back at her and say that they are supporting Donald Trump because they hear themselves being labeled as racist, sexist, homophobic, zenophobic and Islamaphobic and they have had enough!  Morgan-Brittany-26
Hillary Clinton with one stroke of her broad brush just dissed half of the country and now they are coming out and fighting back.  I suppose they figure that if they are in that “basket”, they might as well at least openly come out for Trump and own it.

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Guest writer Morgan Brittany


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