I know that some people, particulary those within conservative circles and the truth movement, feel safe after the election of Trump. I even made the article The silver lining to the Trump presidency to show the more overzealous Trump citics the good things that can come out of Trump's presidency (and I think it would help if you Trump supporters out there would share it).
However, does this mean that Trump shouldn't be scrutinised?
Do not tell me that conservatives are pro-freedom outside of economics.
I do not believe in insecure borders or uncontrolled immigration (http://saynotodemocide1.blogspot.com/2015/08/immigration-what-i-think.html).
And the drug war is a complete scam and failure (we can use drug tests as one step to prevent welfare abuse).
I'm worried that Hillary supporters and the less intelligent Trump detractors will end up hurting Canada, with overall increasing big government, and specifically, making bad immigration policies worse, making weapon laws stricter, and so on and so forth.
And for icing on the cake, Trump has endorsed (http://www.cnn.com/2016/08/05/politics/donald-trump-endorse-paul-ryan/index.html) Neocons Paul Ryan and worse, John McCain, the latter of whom supports Syrian rebels (http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2014/09/18/alleged-isis-photo-controversy-engulfs-sen-john-mccain/), is overall a traitor (he collaborated with the North Vietnamese), and even endorsed Hillary Clinton (not to mention how Trump has hung out with the Clintons before)!