Not All Millennials Are Generation Snowflake

In the wake of the Trump victory, liberal millennials are shocked to learn that the real world has winners and losers.

trump-deal-with-itMost millennials supported Bernie Sanders or Hillary Clinton for President and think that Donald Trump is evil-incarnate. During the election, we had to endure the cries of millennial snowflakes threatening to leave the country if they didn’t get their way.

Well, these sheltered youngsters were shaken to their core on November 8th. Some may have followed through on their promise to leave the country.

According to Yahoo! News,

“Applications to the University of Toronto from American students have jumped 70 percent compared with this time last year, while several other Canadian schools have seen increases of 20 percent or more. U.S. applications to McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, are up 34 percent.”

If only we could help them pack.

These toddlers are so aggrieved they must leave because ONE election didn’t go their way? Good riddance.

These gender-confused suckers drain society. They accumulate student loans they will never be able to pay off, nor do they want to. Then they advance candidates and policies that benefit them in the short term, but harm everyone else in the long term.

Yahoo! News continues:

Lara Godoff, a 17-year-old from Napa, California, said she scrapped any notion of staying in the U.S. the day after the election. Among other concerns, Godoff, a Democrat, said she fears Trump’s administration will ease enforcement of federal rules against sexual assault, making campuses less safe for women.

Godoff had applied to one college in Canada but added three more as safety schools after the election.

“If we live in a country where so many people could elect Donald Trump, then that’s not a country I want to live in,” she said.

As Doc Holliday said to Johnny Tyler in Tombstone, “You may go now.”

liberals-crying-1This unsophisticated, unworldly, naive countrified 17-year-old can take her hysteria to Canada. Leave making America great again to the big people.

There’s no doubt that millennial Lara has no idea how America has given her a life that most of the world can only dream of. This is because older generations of leftist lemmings have created a millennial generation of political patsies. Millennials, like Lara Godoff, have grown up in a world with no winners and losers, where everyone is special, and there are few consequences. 2+2 doesn’t have to equal 4, as long as you tried. And in sports, {let’s all say it together}: “Every player gets a trophy.

“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me” has been replaced with “If you say something I don’t like, I will silence you.” The right to free speech has been replaced with the right to my speech.

As a Millennial myself, I admit that we’ve never had to struggle and we’ve never had to lose. However, millennials learned last year the Utopian paradise that protects your feelings doesn’t exist in the real world. Trump won, Hillary lost, and no participation trophies were distributed.

Rather than buckle down and figure out how to mount a comeback (like conservatives did in 2010 and 2014 in the face of losing to Obama), the Millennial cries as he waits for a diaper change.

Not all millennials are gender-confused snowflakes.

millennials-smilingA question I hear often is, “What will happen to our country when the millennials are in charge?”

My answer: we’ll do a whole lot better than you did!

Our predecessors left this nation $20-trillion in debt and trained an entire generation of losers. But not all of us are like that. I am a millennial conservative who was taught the value of hard work. I had to earn what I have. When someone offends me, I don’t cry and try to silence them; I either ignore it (because I’m an adult) or fire back at them.

Trust me: I’m not the only one. There are millions of us. You just don’t hear of us because we’re not crybabies.

You have nothing to worry about. Because when my millennial generation takes charge, it won’t be the gender-confused pan-sexuals running the show; it will be the ones who know how to work, struggle, and win.

The liberal millennials don’t know how to fail. Thus, they don’t know how to succeed. When it comes time for liberal millennials to step up, those snowflakes melt.

The millennial generation that you hear about proves daily to be a complete failure. However, there exists another millennial out there. We keep our heads down and work hard. Don’t worry about the future of your country: we’ve got this.

Kyle Kirker is a former Congressional speechwriter and campaign staffer. He now works as a chemist in the private sector and is an editor for

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