#WeekendCoffeeShare: When Hillary Clinton Wins The Democratic Nomination...

When Hillary Rodham Clinton wins the Democratic nomination (because we all know it is going to happen) I will relish the moment. Not because she is my obvious choice for the position to be President, but we will have one more step for part-time political enthusiasts to take before going back in their holes. 

While it is without question that everyone is entitled to their own opinions, it seems that the politically correct liberals think otherwise. I am not supporting Trump in this election for a variety of reasons (which I will release in another blog post soon). 

It's starting to become a bit sympathetic watching Bernie supporters display inaccurate information on a daily basis. I have said it before and I will say it again. Bernie is not a bad person or politician by any means whatsoever... I just don't feel comfortable thinking long term that he could be/is the president of the country I live in. Hillary is obviously more qualified and everyone knows that (no matter how much they want to deny it).

Instead of recycling the same exact words and lies that anyone says on social media, do your own research! It becomes increasingly tiring to hear the same mess knowing that people (even my peers) are not looking up the facts for themselves. Since everyone that opposes Hillary loves to bring up the e-mails and Benghazi, none of them have watch the hearing from 2013 or 2015. It is even more laughable when they admit to not watching the hearings at all, but know everything about the situation.

So here ya go for people who don't like to do their own research! All you have to do is sit back and press the play button. 

2013 Benghazi Hearing (3 hours)

2015 Benghazi Hearing (11 hours)

However, once Hillary seals the deal on the nomination during the Democratic National Convention, I will most likely have a pretty big helping of hot wings or sushi (whichever I desire at the moment).

Everyone who always seems to become seasoned political advocates will begin to dwindle slowly. Whether they decide to opt-in and unite the democratic party or not vote at all because their beloved candidate didn't garner enough votes is up to them. Nonetheless, I will be elated to watch them drop like flies and sift through those who actually care about politics 365 days a year.

To end on a less serious note, I am currently waiting on the Canvass-Ready Sweatpants to become available in my size soon. I have never purchased any merchandise or clothing apparel from any presidential candidate ever. This will be something that I want to remember for the rest of my life. #ImWithHer

What are you looking forward to in the upcoming months? Do you think Bernie will actually make a comeback? Will there be a third-party candidate?