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My advice to Trump supporters? Smile and take it

We’ll just have to get on with it as the Bidenites take over and reinvent America and the world. Credit: Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images

New York

There are times, living in this here dump, when I doubt if anyone’s heard of the word magnanimity. By the looks of it, no one in left-wing media circles has ever come across it. That egregious Amanpour woman compared Trump’s administration to Nazism on CNN after the election, which reminds me: during my dinner’s drunken aftermath, I noticed a man in my house. He hardly even bothered to greet me, the host. It was one James Rubin, a vulgar American who is — or was — married to that rather unattractive British-Iranian Amanpour. I never did find out who invited that bum to my house, but someone obviously did.

But back to magnanimity — or rather the lack of it — on display after Biden’s extremely narrow win. The idea put forth by the Bagel Times, the Washington Post and CNN — the three major sinners — that nothing has changed in this country since the 1960s as far as race is concerned is so patently absurd, it rivals the left’s claim that the 73 million who voted for The Donald are all white supremacists. Although Biden has, to his credit, made the right noises, the Trump-hating media seek revenge, which in turn splits the country still further.

I don’t wish to soil these here elegant pages by naming the American hacks who write such rubbish. Suffice it to say they’re one and the same as the man caught masturbating during an editorial meeting of the New Yorker magazine. One such lowlife writes that the long-running class and culture wars in America are between the coastal elites and the aggrieved who resent and despise them. Not surprisingly, that is exactly right but the wrong way around: it is the bicoastal elites who look down on, condescend to and detest those working-class suckers who believe in their country, their church and their traditions.

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