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Washington Post now quoting the Health Ranger who predicted EVERYTHING about the election results and post-election leftist violence

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(NaturalNews) In this election cycle, the talking heads, writers, editors and journalists of the so-called "mainstream media" continued to exist deep inside their protected safe spaces in New York City and Washington, D.C., pontificating sagely that Donald J. Trump did not stand a chance against the much smarter, more savvy and politically experienced and accomplished Hillary Clinton.

What's more, they gleefully predicted that after Clinton trounced the billionaire businessman with the cartoon coif, the Republican Party itself would disintegrate into small, noisy but ultimately ineffective factions, leaving the master Left-wing global engineers of the Democratic Party to rule the country – and the world – for the next millennia.

Only, none of that happened. In fact, the sage pundits and talking heads couldn't have been more wrong about their pre-determined outcome.

Now, today, as President-elect Trump begins his transition to power, it is Clinton who is headed off into the political sunset, with a badly wounded Democratic Party that could not manage to wrestle either the House or Senate away from Republican control.

The Post loves to associate all Trump supporters with the Klan, which is also WRONG

But there were a number of voices in the media hinterlands – the "Alt-Right," as the institutional media has branded us – who were 100 percent accurate in their prediction of just how this election cycle would go. They were right (not 'alt-right') because it is they who truly have their fingers on the pulse of the nation, and understand it better than just about any Beltway insider and pundit.

One of them is Natural News founder and editor Mike Adams, the Health Ranger.

In an interview with the Washington Post, Adams said that while our news organization saw Trump as the much better choice in terms of key issues like restoring personal freedom and choice when it comes to health and wellness, the overarching goal now should be focus on unifying the nation.

"My message is going to be: let's move forward, let's contribute," he told the Post. "It's like JFK: Ask what you can do for your country. We're at that kind of moment, Myself, and I hope many others, are going to do our best to try to contribute to solutions."

Like many Americans who have felt alienated by the Left-wing radicalism of President Obama, his Cabinet officials and the federal bureaucracy he runs, Adams said he views a Trump victory as an opportunity for the majority of the country to be heard by their leaders in Washington, D.C. He says he plans to present the incoming Trump administration with his ideas about improving health care, urge him to fight against the forces of abortion, and to nominate constitutionalists to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Of course, Post writers Kevin Sullivan and Peter Holley, who wrote the story and interviewed Adams and others, had to be Left-wing journalists first and foremost, but at least they are now beginning to reach out to the visionary leaders of America's future like Mike Adams who have been proven correct again and again about what's really happening in society.

Regrettably, a major portion of the WashPost story focused on the Left's obligatory link to Trump, his supporters and the Ku Klux Klan – as if to suggest, as Obama and Clinton did often during the final weeks of the campaign, that Donald Trump and the vast majority of his supporters are racist bigots who want a return to slavery. That's not just wildly inaccurate and irresponsible, it's stupid – though the Left-wing Post believes it has to satisfy its radical "alt-Left" readership.

Never mind that Trump, after all, beat out a pair of Latino candidates, a woman and a brilliant African-American physician to win the nomination; the Democrats put up three aged white people, one of whom, as a woman, acted as though she should be place in the White House via coronation (while working behind the scenes with her party to steal the nomination).

Alternative media led in Trump victory, now leads in calling for unity

But a larger point to all of this is that the mainstream media – and the Post in particular – was so incredibly wrong about the election outcome and the "mood" of the country, so to speak. For months prior to the Nov. 8 election, they were predicting a grand trouncing of not only Trump but the Republican Party as well, a trouncing that would send the Grand Old Party fractured and dying, soon to be relegated to history's dust bin. That not only didn't happen, but now the party is emerging stronger than it's been in generations.

What's more, this wasn't news to Adams. As he reminded readers in this Nov. 3 column, he had been predicting a Trump victory for a year – a prediction that often came with warnings about Left-wing-inspired violence and chaos, which is precisely what has happened.

He further noted:

While a Trump win is a true victory for America, it's just the beginning of the establishment's war on Donald Trump and the revolution he's supporting. The Washington political establishment, remember, absolutely despises democracy... and they are determined to do anything necessary to destroy Trump, remove him from power and install their own obedient political puppets who will do their bidding.

The alternative media led the charge in calling, accurately, the real mood of the nation. Now it's leading the movement to call for healing and unity – to come together as Americans, like the Left wanted after Obama was elected (twice).






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