The media and left are really fueling the propaganda machine though. So they were outrage when Trump said he wouldn't accept the outcome and now Hilary is doing just that. They're doing a recount, trying to get electorals to vote Hiliary on 12/19, and when both those fail they are now saying they want to explore the 25th amendment and remove him for mental instability. And when that fails they will try to impeach him on everything. It's sad that when the left doesn't get their way they act like spoiled children throwing a tantrum. I honestly believe most left supporters are uninformed though on what the issues are and what this current President has done. I don't like Trump either but vote was based on policy and I want someone in there to be the wrecking ball of all the Obama overreaches of power and bad policies.
I was with you until you said most of the left are uninformed.
-hypocrisy over accepting election results, sure
-trying to get electors to vote against the will of their state, that's a bad plan and worthy of criticism
-25th amendment stuff is pretty hilarious, dumb and unrealistic
I think saying that most on the left are uninformed is unfair though. Disagreeing over what a policy should be doesn't require being uninformed. It just requires a different opinion. I'll use Obama's use of executive orders as an example.
Obama hasn't used more executive orders than other presidents (actually used less per 4 years than anybody in like 70 years or something), but he has used them in a different way than many presidents have. When he couldn't push his agenda through Congress, he used executive orders to bypass them. In a vacuum, that's a really bad precedent. There's a process of checks and balances and how he has used executive orders flies in the face of that.
But, for many people including myself, there's a second layer to it. The GOP has tried to obstruct Obama at pretty much every step for 8 years. I'm not saying that he couldn't have done a better job trying to compromise. But, the GOP strategy for 8 years seems to have been to filibuster (at record levels) and threaten to shut the government down instead of trying to accomplish anything. Again, I'm not putting that all on the GOP, but it did create an odd dynamic. One of the president's jobs is to make sure that the government operates effectively. If one arm of the government refuses to do anything at all, his two choices are to let nothing get accomplished or to use his executive authority.
My point to all of that isn't that Obama acted completely properly. I already acknowledged that some of his use of executive orders is contrary to checks and balances which is worthy of criticism. My point is just that there are opposing opinions to things that don't require somebody to be uninformed.