They had learned nothing from Election Night, when they gloated about Hillary's imaginary lead.
Now at least one conservative already has forgotten the lesson from Sunday.
Columnist Stewart Lawrence at Daily Caller wrote:
Democrats May Be On The Verge Of Becoming A ‘Permanent Minority’ Party
Remember when Democrats predicted the imminent decline of the GOP?
The theory was that Republicans were so out of touch with women and ethnic minorities that they would soon be relegated to the status of a “permanent minority” — supported only by Southern white men and incapable of recapturing the White House.
Donald Trump’s victory has put an end to this fantasy. Now it’s the Democrats who are facing their own “doomsday” scenario.
A recent analysis conducted by Third Way — a self-described “centrist” think tank — argues that Democrats are evolving into a “coastal” party. They have strong bases in California, New York and Massachusetts but are slowly ceding the rest of the country to Republicans.
Now I have written about the Democratic Party's race problem. The party turned its back on the interests of the white middle class -- and then called them racist to boot.
Democrats have a White People Problem, which if they do not fix soon should spell trouble for them for a very long time.
Never underestimate the power of your side to self-destruct. Republicans must now prove to the people of the United States that they can govern.
They got two years. In 2010, Republicans took back the House and we returned to divided government
He was 97% wrong.
And of course, in 1940, as Paris fell, Hitler said the Third Reich would rule for a thousand years.
Then came the Battle of Stalingrad.
Yes, Republicans are doing well.
But as Bill Belichick said after his Patriots won the Super Bowl: "As great as today is, in all honesty, we're five weeks behind 30 teams in the league in preparing for the 2017 season."
If you think he was kidding, you just may be a Browns fan.
"Trump the Establishment" is an account on how the Establishment used the media to stop the Trump Train in the general election by constantly badgering him on personal issues, often petty. But Trump prevailed based on his abilities as a CEO, and his stances on the real issues of the economy and national security, which I also delve into.
The book is available in paperback at Create Space, or if you prefer, Amazon.
Kindle will be available March 1.
This is the sequel to "Trump the Press," which covered the nomination. It is available on Kindle, or in paperback on Create Space or Amazon.