Letter to the editor: DNC earns blame for Trump win

Tuesday’s election was a massive bucket of ice water on our nation and the planet. There has been much blame and questioning however the answer to the astonishing turn of events is obvious. It was not hicks, gun nuts, or goosestepping Nazis who got Trump elected. It was the DNC and their completely out of touch railroading through of a crooked, crony-loving and corrupt Washington insider over an incredibly charismatic breath of fresh air by the name of Bernie Sanders.
The election proved without a doubt that there are two criteria to become president of this country. Being a Washington outsider and having a pulse. Spongebob would have been elected had he run for either party. Mr. Sanders would have mopped the floor with Mr. Trump but was sacrificed at the altar of the Clintons and their powerful conspirators.
This election was not about chromosomes or qualifications. It was a complete repudiation of the down spiraling, anarchistic microcosm of Washington elite stuffing their pockets and insulting the intelligence of the American public.
Mr. Trump has the potential to be a disastrous president however his victory may stop the slow asphyxiation of our nation under the pressure of an entrenched and self-serving supreme elite class of both parties. His victory is a wake up call that all Americans regardless of gender, orientation and background deserve better representation than we have received. May both parties take the rattle of the saber from their constituents as a serious call for reform and start taking their jobs seriously or suffer the consequences.
Anders Holm MD

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