Superstar Miley Cyrus didn’t exactly take Tuesday’s stunning Hillary loss well.
I mean, she did previously vow to leave the country if now-President-elect Donald Trump had won, so that may have something to do with her stress level; finding a flight at that time of night would have been crazy.
In her disappointed stupor, the former Disney star unloads her massive heartbeat over Hillary and her uterus' squashed dreams in a selfie video rant. During the video, Cyrus comes to the stunning realization that maybe everyone who supports Trump is not a default sexist, racist human being, but maybe someone with an "open mind" and an "open heart." She also, ever so awkwardly, offers our president-elect "a key" to her heart, as a way to help bridge understanding between people whom she perceives as different. Of course, Cryus is definitely being condescending here and giving off serious virtue-signaling vibes, but she does explicitly say she accepts Trump and his presidency—which is a whole lot more than other hysterical leftists can say for themselves.
Opening her rant, Cyrus starts to declare that "most" people are as devastated as she is, before realizing that her candidate actually lost the election. As she rethinks her position on the opposition aloud, Cyrus states: "[G]iven the result...maybe a lot of people that I'm surrounded by think with open minds and open hearts like I do."
Yay! Miley says we're not all bigots!
But, surprisingly, the patently-annoying feminist is then actually somewhat accepting of Trump, albeit virtue-signaling to the high hills while she expresses this.
"Donald Trump I accept you, and I even accept you as the president of the United States," she says through her tears.
"I want to be hopeful," the former Disney star adds.
“Please just treat people with love, and treat people with compassion, and treat people with respect and I will do the same for you. And anyway, anything you want to ever talk about or understand..Please, if you want to open your mind and you want to open your heart, I would love to give you a key."
"Thank you, Hillary for inspiring all of us," says a battered Cyrus, trailing off.
On a serious note, once the hysteria calms down and some Democrats can see through the fear mongering fog, maybe we can all be hopeful. Maybe Trump truly can help to bridge the divide.
Also, let's give Cyrus some credit here for her acceptance and hope that other leftists can be open-minded about Trump, as well.