When President Donald Trump was inaugurated, the phrase “not my president” became a popular show of “resistance” for a lot of folks on the left.
This might’ve seemed like a decent marketing ploy for their cause before accusations against Trump’s credibility were so harshly disproven, but the sentiment is anything but practical. After all, if you could sum up the Democratic Party’s entire platform going into the 2018 midterm elections in two words, what would it be?
The answer is “impeach Trump” — that is literally all that they have.
Sure, President Trump is anything but humble, but his narcissistic tweets about how great the economy is doing and how much progress the United States has made on the foreign policy front are hard to dispute. And, to the utter dismay of the left, Trump’s policies haven’t been the neo-fascist anti-POC statues they said they were going to be. In fact, the president’s approach to the economy has led to racial minorities in America seeing the lowest levels of unemployment in decades.
If the left really wants to impeach Trump, they’re going to have to accept the fact that he’s their president first.
~ Facts Not Memes