RAW General Manager Mick Foley is begging people in America to not vote for Donald Trump Tuesday at the polls … because he believes electing him to office could ruin the country.
Foley published a lengthy post on Facebook that starts by asking “white American males” to not cast their vote for Donald until they consider the world we’ll live in under a Trump presidency.
He adds, “In order to be able to look at myself in the mirror on November 9th when we all wake up to a new President elect, I have to know that I tried to do SOMETHING, to prevent this particular WWE Hall of Famer from attaining the highest office in the land.”
The Hardcore Legend is worried that “a Trump presidency would foster [an] atmosphere of intolerance” and says “those who don’t learn from history are condemned to repeat its mistakes.”
Mick also states that he’s happy to work for Vince McMahon, despite his close ties to the Republican nominee. He explains, “I feel lucky to work for a company that doesn’t try to prohibit the people who work for them from expressing their right to free speech. Mr. McMahon appreciates and respects my point of view – although he does not always agree with it.”
Foley closes by saying, “What absolutely terrifies me about the potential of a Trump presidency is that Trump, as a leader, is the antithesis of Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln believed in the better angels of our nature. Trump instead seems to encourage the very worst in human nature, welcomes it under the guise of greatness and lets it know it has a home in Donald Trump’s America.”
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