On Wednesday night, the streets of many major cities, including New York, Chicago, and Oakland, were filled with thousands of angry and confused Americans protesting Donald Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton in the 2016 Election. Some help up “#NotMyPresident” signs, while others shouted, “Donald Trump go away; racist, sexist, anti-gay” and “Donald Trump is full of sh*t, he can’t be the president.” One Chicago protestor, in particular, had a lot to get off his chest. Thankfully, CNN was there to record it.
“I need Hillary to stand up right now,” the unidentified man began, “and walk in and sue the United States of America and say, back when black people couldn’t vote, right? How many years ago your vote would have been one-third. Guess what? Today, it is still is. Today, right now, it still is.” When the CNN reporter asked if he felt like this was a fair election, “because it looks like Donald Trump won fair and square,” the amped-up Clinton supporter fired back, “How did he win fair and square? Hillary had more votes. More human beings voted for Hillary. Just count the votes.” He’s not wrong, but for better or worse, the popular vote doesn’t matter — the Electoral College does.
The man continued, directing Clinton directly, “I believe in you, women need you, minorities need you, I need you, Chicago needs you. We all need you. This country needs you to stand up and walk in the Supreme Court. Say one vote equals one vote. What’s wrong with that? What’s the debate?” Someone give this guy a hug, and then take him to the nearest CrossFit.