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The over the line vicious and piss pour attitude that many Republican-leaning pundits and celebrities have had since President Barack Obama won his re-election bid, serves as a reminder that we are still a divided country on many levels.

STORY: You Mad Bro? Donald Trump Calls For Revolution After Barack’s Re-Election

Understandably, if the election went the other way, those on the left would have reluctant views to a Mitt Romney presidency, but they would still wish him well for the sake of the country.

However the viciousness coming from the right is straight up crazy talk, with some even believing that the world is going to end now that Obama has four more years. It didn’t end in 2008, so why now all of a sudden?

Either way, the attitude on the right does nothing to help the country or the President. Donald Trump called for a revolution and a march on Washington for gosh sakes’. 

Rush Limbaugh said we lost the country because of Obama’s re-election. This is the best thing that could have happened to Rush and his fellow pundits, the next four years their profit margins will only grow as they have more ammunition to spew against the President, thus increasing their ratings and viewership.

But don’t get it twisted; pundits on the right aren’t the only ones who’ve said something stupid.

MSNBC’s resident crazy man Chris Matthews used a poor choice of words when it came to Hurricane Sandy and President Obama’s re-election.

In case you missed it, here are a few right-leaning celebs, pundits and political heads exploding after Obama’s re-election!


Mamma Grizzly Sarah Palin told Fox News that she couldn’t believe Americans supported President Obama’s policies:

“I just cannot believe that the majority of Americans believe that incurring more debt is good for the economy, for our children’s future, for job creators. I just cannot believe that the majority of Americans believe that it’s OK to ignore the constitution and not have a budget.”

Isn’t she American? Notice how she doesn’t say anything of substance in her argument; it’s all talking points.



Donald Trump was fired up on election night, going on an angry Twitter tirade and calling for a revolution after Obama had been re-elected, while incorrectly stating that Obama had lost the popular vote.

Here is what Trump tweeted:


Coming to what sense he had left, Trump deleted some of the Twitter tirade he posted.


Good ol’ Rush Limbaugh never disappoints. He was fuming on his radio show the morning following the election: 

“It is practically impossible to beat Santa Claus. People are not going to vote against Santa Claus, especially if the alternative is being your own Santa Claus.

I went to bed last night thinking, ‘we’re outnumbered,'” he said. “I went to bed last night thinking we’d lost the country.”

As far as we know, the country is in the same place it’s been since the beginning of the Republic.

Being your own Santa Claus? Not everyone wants to be Santa Claus, or Mitt Romney for that matter. Buck up Rush, it’ll be OK!


All hope has left political pundit Ann Coulter, as she took a more subdued approach to the re-election of President Obama, telling conservative Laura Ingraham on her radio show: 

“If Mitt Romney cannot win in this economy, then the tipping point has been reached. We have more takers than makers and it’s over. There is no hope,”

There is hope Ann, the economy will continue to grow and more Americans will get jobs, affordable health care will be accessible to those who need it and hopefully two new Supreme Court justices will take the helm. 


Billionaire publisher Peter Brant and his supermodel wife Stephanie Seymour, will need to have a talking to with their son Peter Brant II, after he jokingly tweeted with friend Andrew Warren.

Warren said that the election results were going to make him “poor,” to which Brant replied, “I have a contingency plan. Kill Obama hahaha.”

Not smart dude! Any threat against the President is taken seriously no matter if it’s a joke, there’s nothing funny about killing the President. And to think that Obama is going to make rich people poor is a farce.


MSNBC’s Chris Matthews said at the close of election coverage he was “glad” that Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast:  

“I’m so glad we had that storm last week…No, politically I should say — not in terms of hurting people. The storm brought in possibilities for good politics.” 

Matthew later apologized for his comments: 

“I was on last night for 10 hours straight …  and a few minutes to 3 (a.m.), I said something terrible…It was a terrible thing to say, period. I can say it was because I was tired, but the fact is I wasn’t thinking of the horrible mess this storm has made in people’s real lives up here in New York and elsewhere.” 

At least Matthews admits that his comments were wrong and didn’t try to cover it by deleting the video. It goes to show how crazy politics can make people when their side wins or loses.


Former Saturday Night live cast member, Victoria Jackson, said that America died after Obama was re-elected. Really, America died?


Jackson went on a Twitter tirade declaring among other things that Christians didn’t show up to the poll hence that’s the reason Mitt Romney lost.

We had no idea America was a Christian only nation. 

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