You seem to be yelling at someone who is not me, because not much of what you wrote has much to do with the thesis of my essay, nor what I wrote in reply to your previous comment.
To be clear, my essay is about people who are unwilling to vote for a woman who clearly furthers the progressive agenda significantly more than any other candidate. I have no beef with progressives who are voting for her, DUH, and am WELL AWARE that people of color are the ones who are going to get her voted in.
You said “it’s absolutely disgusting and disrespectful for you to create this false narrative that people who *rightfully* criticize Hillary for the *dozens* of *real* things she should be held accountable for must all the sudden love Trump.” I NEVER SAID THAT AND NEVER WOULD. This is a completely RIDICULOUS interpretation.
What I was inferring in my previous comment to you, was clearly that anyone who values their personal issues with Clinton, more than they value defeating Trump, has a terrible sense of priorities. This is pretty indisputable.
You said “does not stand to benefit from Trump like your demographic clearly does”
My demographic is white women. White women will NOT benefit from Trump in ANY way. NO demographic will benefit from Trump except the extremely narrow “rich white men” demographic.
If you have grievances with Clinton and do not plan to vote for her, why don’t you talk about WHAT THOSE ARE instead of rapidly glossing over them so that you can randomly insult me for things I neither said nor meant. If you have grievances with Clinton and DO plan to vote for her, great! Like I said, I have no issue with you.