Piers Morgan better be careful or he’s going to start building a fan based among American conservatives (if they’ll overlook his anti-2nd amendment stand). Morgan is no fan of Donald Trump, but he’s also been far less unhinged about the possibility (and now fact) of a Trump presidency than his fellow liberals. He recently drafted a note for liberals who were still complaining about Trump’s victory, and Morgan holds nothing back as he ridicules the effete children of the left, whom Morgan aptly calls “eggshell-hopping me-me-me millennials.”
Here’s just a sample of his epic advice:
STOP taking personal days off work to ‘process’ what happened.
STOP huddling with your equally distraught buddies in Starbucks over your Venti Iced White Chocolate Mocha.
STOP howling away on social media about how unfair life is and how it’s the end of the planet as we know it.
STOP updating the exact number Hillary won the popular vote by, because it doesn’t bloody matter.
STOP marching around screaming your fury at the result when many of you couldn’t even bothered to vote.
STOP retweeting all your favourite celebrities’ own outbursts of pique, rage and anguish.
STOP demanding the Electoral College reverse the decision in December.
In short, STOP being such a faux-tormented bunch of absolutely deluded cretins.
Morgan didn’t stop there; he continued his attack against millennial culture and the weak-kneed ethic of the modern liberal. He also offered his own post-mortem of the election as he explained for the wounded millennial liberals exactly how Donald Trump came to be their president.
Want to know why Trump is going to be your next president?
It’s because he is what’s called a ‘winner’
This is how democracy works…
You all have a chance to vote…
Someone wins, someone loses…
To the winner of a US presidential election goes all the spoils of being the most powerful person on earth…
To the loser, no gold stars for effort.
Winners like Trump don’t believe in ‘participation prizes.’ They believe you either win or lose.
Winners like Trump don’t weep and wail when they lose. They vow to win next time.
Winners like Trump don’t take days off to ‘process’ their loss. They dust themselves down and get on with life.
Winners like Trump don’t assume they’ll win. They do what it takes to win.
Winners like Trump don’t leave anything in the field of competition. They give it 100%.
‘Winning,’ said the great NFL coach Vince Lombardi, ‘is not a sometime thing, it’s an all the time thing. You don’t win once in a while, you don’t do things right once in a while, you do them right all the time. Winning is habit.’
Lombardi further clarified: ‘Winning isn’t everything, but wanting to win is.’
That’s Trump’s life mantra too. It’s why he’s now heading to the White House, and also why he may now surprise people and turn out to be a rather effective president.
The millennials can’t handle it because it wasn’t supposed to be this way…
There is so much more good stuff in his memo to millennials over at the Daily Mail, do yourself a favor and give it a read. You’ll be glad you did, if for no other reason than it will give you some new nicknames to use against the whiny liberals on the left.