As you probably know by now, there was an election in the United Kingdom (UK) last night — and the Conservative Party trounced the socialist Labour Party.
What you might not know is just how thorough a whipping Boris Johnson — who Trump supported — gave to his leftist foes.
In one case, Conservatives took a seat held by Labour for nearly 70 years. This is the worst defeat for Labour since the 1930s, and the biggest Conservative Party win since the 1980s — when Ronald Reagan and Conservative PM Margaret Thatcher were defeating communism together.
What does this mean for Donald Trump? If 2016 is any indication, it’s a huge win for Trump and a massive warning sign for Democrats.
First, Trump supported Johnson. Some said that alone would doom him. It did not. That means the polls might just be wrong about the level of Trump hatred. Second, Brexit passed just before the U.S. presidential election in 2016 and showed that countries were starting to care about their sovereignty again. Months later, Trump beat Hillary, confirming it.
And just like Dems are doing here — refusing to accept election results and trying to kick Trump out of office — the leftists in the UK refused to accept the Brexit results. And the people punished them severely, ripping away at least 59 seats and handing Conservatives an historic majority.
It’s time for the Democrats to wake up and smell the coffee. But something tells me they won’t, and they will suffer the same fate as their socialist cousins in the United Kingdom.
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