I was right. Trump’s triumph has crushed the lefty luvvies, useless pollsters, multicultural mafia and gender Nazis who refuse to listen to regular people.
By Katie Hopkins,
My mother says gloating, like sweating, is unbecoming of a lady.
Happily, I have never wished to be one – so I can sweat like a pig on safari and gloat like Kim Kardashian in Rigby & Peller.
I was right. Donald Trump won.
Not only did he win, he won by a convincing margin – turning America red with patriotic pride and the faces of commentators ever redder as they tried to explain how they had been so spectacularly wrong.
The news came as a shock to all those who have failed – yet again – to understand the feelings of regular Americans – people who want to work hard, keep their family safe and secure for the future.
Real people. Not the loud voices in wealthy cities. Not the multicultural mafia in the liberal heartland of LA or New York. But in the towns, rural outposts and forgotten homes across the States.
As Trump predicted, it was Brexit Times Ten. The people rose up and made their voice heard, leaving Hillary to weep into her pant suit and her campaign team to wonder what on Earth went wrong.
You can’t blame them for thinking they stood a good chance. Pollsters have demonstrated – once again- why they are an utterly defunct source of information.
Reuters gave her a 95 per cent chance of winning this election. Nate Silver downgraded to a 71 per cent chance of success. And the lefty lovies echo-chamber of choice – the Huffington Post said she was a shoe in at 98 per cent. These are people who are supposed to be reflecting back at us how we feel.
They are deaf and blind. They enjoyed the sound of their own echo for so long they stopped listening to people in the street, stopped even imagining their voices mattered.
Too busy labelling people; racists, xenophobes, misogynists, deplorables – to work out they might actually have a meaningful view. It is a mirror image of Britain’s Brexiteers ‘too stupid’ to know what they voted for.
Clinton’s supporters are in disbelief. They have been played like puppets, imagining voting by gender, race or colour was how politics works.
Read Katie’s full article at Daily Mail