New York Time’s Contributor says Not a “Single Good Person” Voted for Trump

I guess that era of Kumbaya is officially over. Most of the post below was written by my friend Joe Newby, and appeared on his website Conservative Firing Line. I have made some changes to match my snark which you will recognize, but most of the work and research was done by Joe.

On Sunday, Patrick S. Tomlinson, a contributor to the New York Times, did his part to foment hate and violence against some 62+ million Americans when he declared that not one singe good person voted for Donald Trump.

“There is not a single good person who voted for Trump. Not one,” he said on Twitter.

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Wow, that means there are 62,984,825 bad people in America. Did he meet all of them? How does he know each and every Trump voter was bad?  Maybe he asked Santa, after all he knows whether everyone’s been naughty or nice.

Not everyone agrees with Patrick S. Tomlinson:

Tomlinson doubled down and falsely claimed that Trump was “installed via a foreign-led coup.”

Trump lost California by 4.3 million votes, won the rest of the country by 1.45 million votes, so I guess that means everyone who lives outside of California is a foreigner. Personally I would suggest it’s the other way around…


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