Here are the top 10 tweets that American citizens have posted since his election as commander-in-chief, displaying how this outcome has already changed our society:
Whatever happens, we have lost. Half this nation voted for white supremacy, sexual assault, and more. The Klan is happy. We should be sad.
— Baratunde (@baratunde) November 9, 2016
President-Elect Trump, we are looking to you to make clear that this kind of hate is not okay in today's America. https://t.co/lnRXPTwV1M
— Chris Sacca (@sacca) November 9, 2016
I'm having trouble finding words. They're buried beneath grief.
— Sally Kohn (@sallykohn) November 9, 2016
I am scared for minorities.
I am scared for journalism.
I am scared for free speech.
I am scared for the ones I love.
I am scared.
— Joon Lee (@iamjoonlee) November 9, 2016
Here is one example of the mentality we can expect after Trump's win. We just gave people like this the green light. 🤒 pic.twitter.com/jLX9BsiZAs
— Jinkx Monsoon (@JinkxMonsoon) November 9, 2016
Not even 24 hours yet. My friend's sister, who is Muslim, had a knife pulled on her by a Trump supporter while on the bus by UIUC campus.
— Sarah A. Harvard (@amyharvard_) November 9, 2016
I'm genuinely terrified that Trump will inspire more hatred.We've fought too long & hard for this event to stop our freedom. #NotMyPresident
— Izzy (@izzyfandomtimes) November 9, 2016
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) November 9, 2016
The KKK is parading the streets celebrating and some of y'all have the audacity to tell people to quit overreacting? #NotMyPresident
— Sāvion (@SavionWright) November 9, 2016