Donald Trump will be the 45th President of the United States of America and some people are not ecstatic about this. So they started protesting. The US of A is a free country. Everybody’s free to protest against whomever they want. But I can’t help but think that had the outcome of the election been different, these very same people would have demanded that no matter the reservation some might have about Hillary Clinton, everybody must accept her as the leader of the entire country. After all, the people had spoken. Well, yes, but the people have indeed spoken and they said they’d rather give the wheel to Trump. Based on the first, very subdued comments made by Trump as President-elect – oh, he will build that wall (though parts of it now will just be a fence), but he is not so sure anymore whether Clinton should be investigated, Obamacare will no longer be scrapped entirely and gay marriage will stay as it is – I also can’t help but think that the mass-hysteria powered by celebrities and left-wingers is simply about them being afraid that their god – it’s a weird deity, which they call political correctness – will now have a challenger. That’s right, the time to talk straight is coming soon to a theatre near you. I’m hoping that with the presidency of Trump people will no longer be too scared to freely speak their mind. What do I mean by that? It seems that recently one had to be very careful when calling a member of a minority a prick, because it immediately became gay-bashing, racism or sexism. This despite the fact that someone being a prick has nothing to do with their sexual orientation, the colour of their skin or their gender. It simply has to do with acting like a dumbass. So pricks beware, worshipping political correctness is coming to an end and we will call you out no matter who you are.