I wanted him to win but did not give him a a chance because all I heard leading up to it was that he was down about 3 points nationally and was losing most of the battleground states so I wonder if they will draw into question how accurate the polling information is
All the signs were there that he would win
Coming from someone who supports Trump, I thought that Clinton would win the election. This may be due to the fact that I live in a largely liberal state (California). Also, online polls and 'psychics' said that she would win. I just feel like the media tried to cover up the fact that Trump was winning. At the end of the day, I'm glad that Trump won and that America pushed through the veil that the media created.
The Polls and media were saying the Trump had no chance. But nope nope nope... I've should've know better than to trust the media.
At first, I thought he'd lose for sure. Then, the night before the election, I had a dream that Trump had won and Hillary was humiliated. My dreams are never wrong, so I knew then that destiny had voted for Trump.
Nobody wanted to admit to supporting him because they didn't want to get assaulted and ridiculed by Hillary supporters. So the silent majority came out and voted. On top of that, Hillary leading in general was basically a 90-10 lead in several states, whereas Trump's lead was basically 52-48 in the majority of other states. I knew that's what it would be all along. Now time to sit back, relax, and watch the libcucks cry for four years. Where's BrianTheLiberal when you actually want him?