Somehow Donald Trump has won three straight election victories, secured major backing from Chris Christie and it appears more and more likely that’ll he will win the Republican presidential nomination.
But last night, finally, hundreds of thousands of people around the world united in their hatred of The Donald and took to Twitter to vent and vow never to vote for him.
It seems people are finally getting tired of his ridiculous and hateful comments about Muslims, Mexicans, African Americans, Jews, women, the disabled – basically anyone that isn’t a white American male. Guess it was only a matter of time.
The #NeverTrump hashtag grew rapidly and became the top trend on Twitter in the U.S. and one of the top trends worldwide.
There was no holding back, at all. Here’s a look at just some of the best tweets so far:
#NeverTrump because I don't want my children to be ashamed of me or my generation
— John H (@JHarri31) February 27, 2016
#NeverTrump because you can't make America great again when you are precisely what is wrong with it.
— Ben Howe (@BenHowe) February 27, 2016
— dorelita (@doreli12) February 27, 2016
#NeverTrump because we deserve better than some, racist, xenophobic, Crayola-orange twat wearing roadkill on their head representing us.
— Lala_Lupe (@miniautomatiste) February 27, 2016
#NeverTrump because I don't want to be stopped entering the United States just because he's hateful against my religion
— Ammani Ahmed (@ammani98) February 27, 2016
— James Melville (@JamesMelville) February 27, 2016
Wow, now tell us what you really think. It’s no surprise that people are pretty damn happy that it’s now trending globally.
— Shauna Richardson (@ShaunaRRichards) February 27, 2016
— Katie Callaway (@Kecallaway) February 27, 2016
— MARK CHANG (@Kirby_Kirbb) February 27, 2016
— Cecilia Barella (@cissabarella) February 27, 2016
Glad to see #NeverTrump trending. He has no policies and no class. Let's hope decency prevails.
— Ken Diesel, PhD (@KenDiesel) February 27, 2016
— Troy Osinoff (@yo) February 27, 2016
Thanks Twitter, you’ve temporarily restored my faith in humanity.
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