What happened, Rosie? Was Canada no longer an option for you?
all in panic mode – breathe shower – sun – move … one breath at a time … just this moment now – not the past not the future – right now pic.twitter.com/Zhf891pueh
— Rosie (@Rosie) November 9, 2016
Rosie then linked this post to her Instagram account showing a video from the Broadway musical, Hamilton with a shot of the election results on CNN. The song: ‘Yorktown (The World Turned Upside Down)’.
And how to react to that?
Playing the song from Hamilton is what literate people call ‘irony‘.
Let’s talk about how it’s really difficult for the average ‘American Joe’ to get tickets to Hamilton:
The show is sold out through January, with the next ticket block goes on sale to the public June 12. Box office prices for that new round of seats will start at $179 for a standard ticket and jump to a whopping $849 for premium.
Read more: CNBC
Rosie O’Donnell, you are an elitist Hollywood hypocrite.
Ok, now that that’s over, here’s a quick history lesson.
The Federalist Party came into being between 1792 and 1794 as a national coalition of bankers and businessmen in support of Alexander Hamilton’s fiscal policies. These supporters developed into the organized Federalist Party, which was committed to a fiscally sound and nationalistic government…
…Intellectually, Federalists were profoundly devoted to liberty. As Samuel Eliot Morison explained, they believed that liberty is inseparable from union, that men are essentially unequal, that vox populi [voice of the people] is seldom if ever vox Dei [the voice of God], and that sinister outside influences are busy undermining American integrity. Oxford-trained British historian Patrick Allitt concludes that Federalists promoted many positions that would form the baseline for later American conservatism, including the rule of law under the Constitution, republican government, peaceful change through elections, judicial supremacy, stable national finances, credible and active diplomacy, and protection of wealth.
Read more: Wikipedia
Um, doesn’t that sound like Trump’s platform?
Final parting thoughts for Rosie at the 9 second mark: