The intolerant political left is showing its true colors again.
Protesters in cities across the U.S. took to the streets to complain about the country electing Donald Trump as president.
The protests encompassed large cities and college campuses.
The New York Times wrote about the protests:
Thousands of people across the country marched, shut down highways, burned effigies and shouted angry slogans on Wednesday night to protest the election of Donald J. Trump as president.
The demonstrations, fueled by social media, continued into the early hours of Thursday. The crowds swelled as the night went on but remained mostly peaceful.
Protests were reported in cities as diverse as Dallas and Oakland and included marches in Boston; Chicago; Portland, Ore.; Seattle and Washington and at college campuses in California, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania.
These incidents highlight the differences between the political right and left in the U.S.
If Hillary Clinton had won, the right would take the loss in stride and not take to the streets. In contrast, the left consistently jumps to protest first, think later.
During his acceptance speech, Trump said he wants to be the president of all people but he is going to get a lot of resistance from the radical left.