Everyday has been Groundhog Day for the American left since the election of president Donald Trump. It’s been 365 days since the election. Yet, the American left still treats the president as if he didn’t win. Trump defied the odds and predictions of a majority of fake news media outlets. According to their election polls he was never going to win. They mocked and laughed at the notion of a Trump presidency. However, on the night of November 7th, 2016 the left’s laughter quickly turned into disbelief and sadness when the election results began to foretell Hillary Clinton as the ultimate loser. The American Left was heartbroken and demoralized by the realization of a Trump presidency. For them, waking up everyday is a nightmare they can’t seem to shake. It reminds me of the movie, “Groundhog Day,”
It hardly seems like a year has passed since the presidential election. That’s because the left keeps whining about it each and every day. It reminds me of the movie Groundhog Day starring Bill Murray and Andie McDowell. In the movie Bill Murray’s character agonizes over waking up every morning on Groundhog Day to the same song on the radio, “I’ve Got You Babe” performed by Sonny and Cher. Each and everyday he is forced to relive the same day over and over again.
The movie’s premise is exactly what the American left has been living through each and everyday day since the election. They are reliving the agonizing reality that Hillary Clinton didn’t win the 2016 presidential election. That is why they hate the current president. They project their hatred onto a president who doesn’t hate them back. They need to think the president hates them to justify their own feelings towards him. A year ago a Trump presidency was considered funny and laughable. Today, the feeling of having someone other than Hillary Clinton winning the White House isn’t laughable and funny anymore. In the movie, “Groundhog Day” Bill Murray’s character finally wakes up and realizes it isn’t Groundhog Day anymore. When will the American left finally wake up to the realization of a Trump presidency?