Californians cried together after the divisive Trump train steamrolled through our hope for a future without hate. What choice do we have but to leave the USA?
What kind of nation have we become when we let a person who said the worst things about all kinds of people become our leader?
Don’t we have are right to challenge the man you call president?
We don’t feel that way over her on the left coast. We know that love Trump’s hate, but that didn’t happen on Election Day.
Somehow America voted against “the most qualified person to ever run for president”. (Not my words, but president Obama’s.) How sexist are we as a nation.
After the KKK endorsed Donald Trump, people still supported “billionaire”. His supporters have at least one thing in common with the KKK, but I am proud to say that I have nothing in common with them except the color of my skin. I don’t even want them in my country.
He said that he would ban all Muslims from entering this country, yet people supported him. Millions of people.
I could go on and on about what Trump said and who he insulted, but that doesn’t matter now. He is the president and we don’t want to take it. We don’t accept it. Trump is not my president.
I have friends who are here “illegally” and I don’t want to see them or their families deported. What choice do we have but to leave America? We don’t have a choice.
This week, the legal process has started for California to leave the United States and become our own country. We have everything we need right here. We have the best wines, beaches, tacos and even marijuana. We don’t need to associate with people that vote for hate. We voted for love. Love trumps hate.
We could have had the first ever-female president, but instead we got Donald freaking Trump. Of all people, your America voted for Donald Trump.
Here in California, we like our culturally diverse friends and our freedoms to marry anyone we choose, even if that is a Muslim from Syria. Trump cannot stop us; after all he is not our president.
Come to California and help us leave the United States. There might some speed bumps in the process, but even if we don’t have everything figured out yet, at least we’re not racist.
Do you support California leaving the United States? Let me know in the comments below.