SAD! Unhinged Liberals Claim They Still Can’t Eat Or Sleep Over Election Of Trump

Many liberals still haven’t come to terms with the results of the 2016 election. You may have noticed.

Some are even saying that they’re having trouble eating, sleeping and functioning like normal human beings.

The Daily Caller reports:

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Unhinged: Liberals Suffering From Nightmares, Insomnia, Binge Eating Since Trump’s Victory

Liberals across the country have been struck by nightmares and insomnia since Donald Trump won the presidency is November.

“I have not slept a full night since the election,” fashion designer Ariane Zurcher told Yahoo News, and she’s not alone.

President Trump is haunting the dreams of many Americans and is being blamed for lost sleep and weight gain.

Floridian Soraida Justiniano fears deportation. “I worry that even though my family members have been American citizens for generations we will be targeted … because of our surnames and our looks,” Justiniano said.

Tech industry employee Amanda Silver fears for refugees. “I’m worried about the ‘Anne Franks‘ of Syria, Somalia, Yemen,” she said.

New Jersey math teacher Lori Rivere Rodrig is afraid too. “I am afraid the democratic process is under attack by a nationalist, far-right, authoritarian leader,” she told Yahoo.

“I’m afraid my son and nephew will be sent to a war I don’t believe in,” says former nurse Linda Cliff Derbacher.

Of course, most of the reasons liberals are freaking out is because the media has whipped them up into a frenzy.

Many of the things they believe about Trump aren’t even true so they’re stressing out for nothing.

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