More than 20 people showed up today, amid inclement weather and short notice, to protest Hillary Clinton in St. Pete. Overall, sentiment was good. Antiwar activists received positive support for their banner that read, "A vote for Hillary is a vote for war". Unfortunately, some Hillary supporters attempted to stifle the message by holding oversized umbrellas in front of the banner as her motorcade drove by. Laughing and finding it cute, they didn't seem to comprehend the severity of stifling free speech. Some Hillary supporters propagated warn out excuses for the Democratic Party's callous foreign policy by saying things like "it's not her fault we are involved in these wars" and "there is no other choice". One sycophant even stated "should we just forget about 9/11". We replied "yes".
Globally, people have been affected by countless US interventions and have been forced to move on from tragedy for the sake of coping and the possibility of survival. Citizens of a truly 'exceptional' nation would abandon a fifteen-year era of excessive, self-absorbed unhappiness and cease compromising their morals to vote for the lesser of two evils. The Hillary supporters of St. Pete are not these citizens.