He’s absolutely right, and no one’s said it better yet.
Via American News
Now that Donald Trump has officially taken the presidency, millions of Americans have started to wonder what this dramatic shift will mean for the country.
Former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee made an attempt at answering this question yesterday morning, and his answer quickly went viral.
Huckabee began by criticizing the media for their slanted coverage of the election, which left many Americans believing Trump didn’t stand a chance. These are the people, he argued, who are demanding to know what this means.
“Well, I’ll tell you what it doesn’t mean,” Huckabee wrote. “It doesn’t mean that most Americans are racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic deplorables, as Hillary suggested,” he began. “It also doesn’t mean that they endorse every character flaw that Trump allegedly displays.”
“What it does mean is that a lot of Americans are fed up with failed Obama policies, both foreign and domestic; with an overreaching federal government trying to run every aspect of their lives; with representatives who seem to represent big money donors and shadowy billionaires like George Soros more than the people who elected them; with wealthy celebrities looking down on them and calling them bigots and haters just for having religious beliefs, morals, patriotism, pride in their traditions and a belief that laws should be respected; and with an unequal system of justice that gives the well-connected a pass for infractions that send regular citizens to prison,” he argued.
Read his full response below and tell us what you think. Do you agree with Huckabee?