Editor’s note: Lamont Mann is a Twitter superstar (@sportsmedialm) who is a frequent social media contributor on the Blitz. He has also written for other web sites around town and he has very strong political opinions. In this piece he takes a look at what happens after the most dysfunctional election in U.S. history. As with all political commentary, the views expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of the site, its advertisers or owners. But we welcome open and honest discourse on all subjects.
By LAMONT MANN
This has been the craziest Presidential election I have ever witnessed. With severe reservations regarding both candidates, I admit I’ve been locked in.
As we get closer to election day, I’ve been thinking about the country on Nov. 9, the day after the election.
If Hillary Clinton wins, I expect:
- Hillary’s email controversy will magically disappear.
- Trump to go to the “cheating” card.
- Trump to say he wasn’t serious, and that “I’m a Democrat.”
- Both the Democratic and Republican parties will exhale.
- Bill Clinton will sex a chubby D.C. intern.
- The Republican party will call for bipartisanship.
- Oil Prices will rise.
If Donald Trump wins:
- Immediately, the open Supreme Court Justice seat will become an issue.
- All types of wild legislation until the inauguration.
- Hillary’s email controversy to magically disappear (ha ha).
- The Democratic party will call for bipartisanship.
- At least one high profile Republican will leave the party.
- Voter hacking or fraud will become a debate (they are setting it up with Russia).
- A surge in illegal immigrant entry to the U.S.
- A few Silicon Valley IT enterprises will announce they are moving their headquarters abroad.
Of course I’m joking with a few bullet points but for the most part, this is what you should expect from Nov. 9– Jan. 19.