On January 20, 2017, Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States as the former First Lady, Michelle Obama scowled and White protestors shouted, “Black lives matter!”, while black thugs shoved their middle fingers in the faces of peaceful white men wearing “Make America Great Again” hats and “Black Sabbath” t-shirts, as anarchists smashed windows in protest of democratic elections, the electoral college and the peaceful transfer of government leadership, while females and homosexuals marched against Sharia Law-like treatment, for the United Slaves Of America.
The Hispanic Undecided Voter wonders if it is officially okay to bully all White people on the streets of America?
The Hispanic Undecided Voter witnessed The 3 Muses (Mother, Wife, Grandmother) in Modern America and people, who are morally offended in, The Land Of Indignation, cheer as Madonna talked about “blowing up the White House” and at that moment realized that when Madonna publicly offered anyone who voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016, oral sex with, “lots of eye contact”, Grandmothers, Wives and Mothers, from around the world, were left to choose between a “Blow Job Nation” and a “Pussy Grabbing America”.
The Hispanic Undecided Voter wonders why Muslim women and homosexuals denouncing Donald Trump as a “misogynist homophobe” are not protesting Sharia Law or rap songs about “bitches and homos”, that perpetuate stereotypes of women as sex objects worth less than men and gays as queer fags.
As a crowd of women march on Washington, D.C., Boston, New York, Denver, Miami, Los Angeles, London, Sydney, Vancouver and Seattle, the Undecided Hispanic Voter scratches his head while recalling a famous Black rapper sing, “I got a pink hat on the tip of my dick, Bitch, open wide, while I shove it in yo’ mouth, Hoe!”, to a delighted crowd of liberated women, before watching Jay-Z serenade Hillary and Bill Clinton with, “99 Problems But A Bitch Ain’t One”, at a Democratic Fundraiser in Cleveland, Ohio, while Beyonce and First Lady Michelle Obama danced with President Barrack Hussein Obama’s daughters and other giddy girls, wearing Snoop Dogg and Kanye West t-shirts, over training bras, in front of their Mothers and Grandmothers, before watching Madonna talk about blowing up the White House, while addressing a large, angry mob of people fighting for peace in the New World Order.
The Hispanic Undecided Voter sees fake news outlets, like CNN, race baiting a modern civil war for ratings and money.
The Hispanic Undecided Voter notices that nobody is standing up for the rights of the silent majority, Hispanic people in America, who are taken for granted as voters and as viewers of mainstream media by marketers and content providers who fail to connect with Latinos in a divided, Black and White world.
The Hispanic Undecided Voter wonders how President Barack Hussein Obama was able to locate Osama Bin Laden and not rescue the 276 kidnapped girls of Chibok in Borno State, Nigeria, who were kidnapped from the Government Secondary School, during Obama’s term as Commander In Chief of the United States military and recalls, how, while Michelle Obama was First Lady, she held up a sign on Twitter, to show the world that Women’s lives and Black lives matter, while suddenly realizing, that on the day Michelle Obama left the White House, wearing designer shoes and a very public frown, for young girls and boys around the world to see, more than 200 of the red blooded girls kidnapped by the radical Islamic terrorist group, Boko Haram, remained captive as sex slaves and kidnap victims, for which the Obama administration did not see fit to pay ransom, unlike the $400 million worth of unmarked cash paid to Iran by President Obama, who endorsed terrorist funding ransom transaction to manifest, in exchange for male hostages, held in Iran, which all made the Hispanic Undecided Voter realize, that in the end, it is not about race, it is about state of mind.
“We all enter this world naked and without prejudice; hatred is learned.” – Maverick Artist Victor Hugo Vaca II
Maverick Artist Victor-Hugo Vaca II