Trump’s Inauguration is a Sh!tshow! Check Out The Awful Truth Straight from the Source!

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If you think YOU’RE depressed about Donald Trump’s inauguration, just imagine how upset the people who are being forced to work his inauguration are. Many of them were not Trump supporters, and they’re now stuck working for a man who they know doesn’t deserve to be the next President of the United States.

Many inauguration workers are now sharing their thoughts and feelings about this terrible fate, and it’s truly depressing and heartbreaking. Their names have been changed to protect their privacy (because we all know Trump will go OFF when he hears about this), but their statements confirm the nation’s sadness as we prepare to swear in the most undeserving, unqualified President-elect of all time.

One federal employee, “Diane”, said that once Trump won the election, she started to look for other jobs because she didn’t want to work for him. Unfortunately, Diane is also a member of the National Guard and was assigned to work his inauguration. Diane is trying to put her feelings aside, but her disappointment is obvious. She said:

“Oh for heaven’s sake. Hopefully we show our best for this inauguration, despite who is being inaugurated. You’re no better than you are on your worst day, I guess I would say. We have a job to do, and I support our troops doing that job.”

“George”, a member of a military band, noted just how different Trump is from previous President-elects when he said:

“It’s certainly going to be different. “My first thought when the election results came out was, ‘Should I look for new work? Am I going to be able to stomach this?’

It’s going to be a job. I don’t think I’m going to have any patriotic emotions like the ones that I experienced during Obama’s last inauguration.”

The Rockettes, one of the few entertainment acts to perform for Trump’s inauguration, is filled with several dancers who were upset when their performance was mandatory at first (it has since been changed to optional). One dancer said:

“I wouldn’t feel comfortable standing near a man like that in our costumes.”

Another act is the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, which recently had one of its members resign in refusal to sing for Trump. Judy Chamberlin wrote on Facebook:

“I’ve tried to tell myself that it will be all right and that I can continue in good conscience before God and man. I only know I could never ‘throw roses to Hitler.’ And I certainly could never sing for him.”

Before Trump, performing at the inauguration was an honor and performing acts used to leap at the opportunity to do so – but not anymore. These statements reflect a country in mourning, and an incoming administration that the majority of Americans want no part in.

What do you think?