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Did this happen when Obama won a second term? No. Republicans hunkered down and won the midterms two years later, finally retaking the Senate, and increasing GOP majorities in the House to their largest margins since the 1920s. At the state-level, well, it’s just total domination. But we’re not here to discuss the 2012 election. It’s the 2016 election that’s driven liberals insane. Donald J. Trump defeated Hillary Clinton. Lady Macbeth just didn’t have what it took to win, just as she didn’t have what it took to beat a then no name, first term U.S. Senator from Illinois in 2008. We’ve seen this from the liberal news media. Everything the Trump administration does is a harbinger of the apocalypse. He’s a threat to democracy. He’s a cancer on our institutions. He’s neither. You guys just lost and you can’t deal with ut. You’re the petulant little children we all think you are. In the mental health community, there’s been a spike in patients suffering from—get this—“Trump Anxiety Disorder.” In other words, these are the weakest, most pathetic people on the planet (via Fox News):

A report from CBC News in Canada says that since President Trump was elected, mental health professionals in the United States have seen an increase in patients whose stress has come from politics.

A prevalent "symptom" of the "disorder" is feeling as though the world is going to end.


LaMotte told CBC News, too, that even those who support the president feel isolated within social spaces or their families.

According to an essay written by psychologist Jennifer Panning, the symptoms of "Trump Anxiety Disorder" include "feeling a loss of control and helplessness, and fretting about what's happening in the country and spending excessive time on social media."

Well, of course, the Trump supporters feel isolated with all the anti-Trump hysteria engulfing the Left, who would want to be next to a family member or a friend having a tantrum that their sucky candidate couldn’t win? Frankly, they shouldn’t feel isolated. They should feel great. Reality took a sledgehammer to the faces of the Left in 2016. And if your friends can't handle who you voted for, or tolerate differing political opinions—screw them. They’re not your friends. Trump won, Clinton lost—and thank God she did. 

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