Not that the above is not disturbing enough, but now we have the cry baby news. Stories about how people are upset because they did not get their way. It's sickening. What is now called news is tailor designed for whatever people want to believe in no matter what the real facts are. Want to buy the concept of evolution? No problem, there are news sites to back that. No facts required. Want to support global warming? We have plenty of scientists to back that, never mind that they are social scientists, they have a scientist title, good enough. We now have so much bankrupt news it's not even funny. It's so bad now that even when you show people the real facts, they simply will not listen because it did not support their own belief system now firmly in place. Laws are no longer worth a hill of beans as our government has proven to us over and over, unless they can be used to extract money from you that is.
So what does all of this have to do with Change.org? Everything. See below. This came in our email and it's a promotion for more whiny people who did not get their way and are demanding they get their way no matter what the laws of our country say.
From their email:
This has been an historic set of days at Change.org, where since the outcome of last Tuesday’s election, we’ve seen more than 5,000 petitions alone started that are focused on Donald Trump. Voters aren’t just leaving their opinions at the voting booth – they want to keep raising their voices and demanding change.
These petitions capture everything from voter frustration, immigration, veterans rights, supporting young political activists, and countless of other issues made visible by the last year of campaigning. As the next administration prepares to take shape, there are millions of Americans who want to lift up issues important to them. Check out some of the most popular petitions below.
More than 4.3 million calling on the electoral college to cast votes for Hillary Clinton. This has been one of the most popular petitions in Change.org’s history, with more than 4.3 million people calling on the electors that make up the Electoral College to cast their vote for Hillary Clinton when they meet on .
Nearly 50,000 sign petition opposing Steve Bannon as chief White House strategist. In the past 24 hours, tens of thousands have asked President-elect Trump to reconsider his choice of Steve Bannon as a White House strategist, given concerns that Bannon holds controversial views that many find racist and anti-semitic.
Cities around the US asked to be sanctuary cities to protect undocumented immigrants. Around the country, people are petitioning their mayors and city councils, urging cities like Pittsburgh, Columbus,Gainesville, Chicago, New Haven and more to protect undocumented immigrants from being targeted by the federal government.
Fighting for a veteran’s health care. Over 1,000 people have signed a petition calling for President-elect Trump to guarantee a veteran to receive life-sustaining care from the Veterans Administration for a chronic mitochondrial disease. The veteran even posted on Facebook when she herself signed the petition: "This is my life and I am fighting to live. I also know that there are other vets out there that are or will be fighting the same battle. I hope to make their way easier."
Mobilizing to support a young political activist to get to the inauguration. Friends of 14-year-old political activist CJ Pearson have started a petition urging President-elect Trump to bring CJ to Washington, DC for the inauguration.
Have something you want to change in the wake of last week's election? Start your own petition here.
–The Change.org Team
We have removed the live links because we can not support this kind of rubbish. We have been away for way to long and now we are back and taking a strong stand against the socialist weeds whom seek to destroy our republic.