— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) November 9, 2016
And, boy, was it. What specifically sparked that reaction? While the entire day was filled with delicious post-election, Trump win meltdowns, this one might be the funniest, snit fit-iest one ever:
Donald Trump is our next president. What do we tell the children? https://t.co/puXPw1EmSr
— Los Angeles Times (@latimes) November 9, 2016
Oh. My. Lord. Won’t someone think of the children?! What on earth shall we tell our own kids? Hey, here’s some ideas:
@latimes That He's the PRESIDENT.What else would you tell them?
— Todd Tizzod (@tizzod2) November 9, 2016
Hold the phone! That seems far too tricky.
— unvarnished (@unvarnishedvoid) November 9, 2016
How can that be? What kind of magic did that mom wield?
@latimes shut up about this what do we tell our children. If you are a parent, be a role model for them and lead them
— Bentley (@bentley2400) November 9, 2016
More pesky reality!
— Is it over yet? (@PaulWDrake) November 9, 2016
Heh. And by the way, my 13 year old daughter (shaddup. I know I’m old) didn’t care for Trump nor Hillary Clinton. But guess what? When Trump won, she didn’t shatter into pieces. In fact, I told her about this LA Times “article” (term used loosely) and she spent the rest of the morning hysterically laughing while saying “But, THE CHILDREN!” So, apparently she’s way smarter and more world-competent than the “experts” over at the LA Times and their pathetically whiny friends.