Right after the election, my Twitter feed exploded with shock and moans. It seemed that everyone’s favorite phrase was “We are better than this.” I considered the statement so obviously wrong. I understood the convoluted logic of it, the jolt and hurt that would lead someone to type this, but it was not true.
We are not better than this. We are this.
The man was elected President. Ipso facto, America is this, we are this.
Read the full piece at: Our Part in the Darkness – The New Yorker