This is just so untrue. I detest Hillary Clinton because of who she is, what she has done, and how she treats others. She is a really vile person. However, I also understand how someone who is confronted with a choice of voting for Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump would conclude that the “lesser of two” evils was Hillary Clinton. If I had been forced to vote I would have chosen Trump as the lesser of two evils. But I understand why someone else would choose differently. If you cannot acknowledge that Hillary Clinton was one of the most profoundly flawed candidates to ever run for any office whatsoever then you are in delusion and unlikely to understand why your candidate lost. And you will most likely continue with your mistakes. If your only response towards someone who chose a different “lesser of two evils” than you is hatred and vilification then you are part of what is wrong with America. Which is a pity. I refuse to vote for the less of two evils. It would be nice if occasionally we had a choice that involved voting “for” someone.

Alexander Hay is a US lawyer now living in Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia. Some have accused him of being a curmudgeon, but what do they know???? Noisy kids!