HISTORIC ‘F**KS’! NOV. 9 WAS THE DAY MOST ‘F**K WORDS’ USED ONLINE IN 2016 – TRUMP WON, DEMOCRATS FROTH IN THE MOUTH WITH F-BOMBS!

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Almost one-billion f-words were tweeted, posted, commented, shared and blogged across the internet in 2016, a new study has found

According to the data compiled by HotWire PR’s Paul Stollery, in November 9 after Trump won the election, a staggering 7,638,384 f-words were used on social media over that 24 hours. That’s almost three times the daily average for the rest of the year. The day stands on its own for the most expletive-inducing 24 hours of the year. Women also swear more than men.

No doubt, the f-bombs came from Hillary Clinton voters, the elite donors who gave $1 billion to her campaign, the liberal media who propped her up and became her defender, the Hollywood sissies  who promised to leave the country if Trump get elected and every fake pollster Hillary hired to create fake enthusiasm.

 

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Donald Trump flanked by members of his family speaks to supporters during election night at the New York Hilton Midtown in New York

 

 

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