What was lost in the election last week?
Decency. Humanity. Morality. All the way around.
From protesters destroying property in Portland, Oregon, to racists destroying a sense of safety in Silver Spring, Maryland, too many people are undermining the foundation of our country in the aftermath of a polarizing election. And our first order of business is to fix it. Because this is about democracy, really.
Donald Trump is going to be our president. And saying #notmypresident is the same as saying #notmyconstitution or #notmycountry or #notmyAmerica.
It is our America. All of us.
Yes, Hillary Clinton won the popular vote. A majority of Americans who voted last week - and a totally shameful 43 percent of y'all stayed home, and you better not have been at those protests if you did - voted for her.
But the same constitution that gives protesters the right to peaceful assembly also created the electoral college that gave Trump the White House.