As in any election cycle, not everyone can be pleased with the outcome. But regardless of which side you were in favor of, if any side at all, it’s important that we don’t let the outcome of yesterday dictate how we feel today. Social media sites have been blowing up within the last 24 hours with opinionated posts either talking their candidate up, or bringing the other one down.
We’d like to interrupt these polarized opinion posts for just a moment to remind you that no matter which side we are in favor of, we are all American and need to come together as one.
So let’s take a change of course and focus on all of the good tweets out there- the ones that aren’t about taking sides or bringing others down. The ones that are solely about being proud to be an American.
In elections like these, it is easy to lose sight of why we are really here. Always remember that we are here so that we, the people, can create change for a better tomorrow. Regardless of the switch in holders of the oval office, that will never change.
We need to continue to spread positivity, love, and unification. We will be okay.
— Devin Oliver (@devinoliver) November 9, 2016
I’ve never seen value in worry. Progress only happens when fear is put to the side, regardless of outcome. We will evolve, heal, and unite.
— Tyler Henry (@tyhenrymedium) November 9, 2016
If you like it, great. If you don't, make the best of it, and you get to try again in 4 years. We still live in a great country.#PMA
— Corey Graves (@WWEGraves) November 9, 2016
It’s NOT our place to judge others. It’s our DUTY 2 coexist. To accept one another. 2 unite through compassion + empathy. Come on America!❤️
— Jaimie Alexander (@JaimieAlexander) November 9, 2016
whatever happens tonight it's our job to fight those in power and stick up for the powerless
that stays the same no matter who's president
— Saladin Ahmed (@saladinahmed) November 9, 2016
Congrats to @realDonaldTrump on his victory. Now we all need to focus on coming together as a nation. Enough divisiveness let’s move forward
— Ken Bone (@kenbone18) November 9, 2016
Proud to be an American no matter who the president is. God Bless America.
— Will Barfield (@Wills__Way) November 9, 2016
We fight on. For equality. For inclusion. For opportunity. For justice. For science. This is not a defeat. It is a call to arms.
— Bradley Whitford (@WhitfordBradley) November 9, 2016