Trump supporters show little patience for protesters following election

Protesters march North on State Street to express their disapproval of the election of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States, Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016 in Chicago. (Armando L. Sanchez/Chicago Tribune via AP)

Cross the bay bridge eastbound and you’ll be greeted by Trump signs…you might even spot a pick up truck with bumper stickers like these…"Nobody is protesting the election of Donald Trump here."

"I want a businessman in there that understands a work week is more than 40 hours," says Jeff Smith, a resident of Eastern Shore.

And most people ABC7 News asked have little patience for those who are taking to the streets.

"Those protest, I don't put a lot of credence in," says Sam Oldershaw, a resident of Eastern Shore.

"Put it this way...if they don't like it, get the hell out of the country," says Tom Black, a resident of Eastern Shore.

Hillary Clinton carried Maryland but on the Eastern shore Trump’s victory was a resounding 117,221 to 70,046…just in from a day catching oysters Denny Coursey says people want change.

"I think you gotta give him a chance to do his job, and then if you don’t like it say something," says Coursey.

Even Clinton supporters say its time for unity not protest. "I'm not pleased but it is what it is and we have to deal," says Pat Eskinazi, a resident of Eastern Shore.

And in this land of amber fields and blue water one man says he hopes everybody just chills. "I don't think it's gonna be as bad as people on the left fear it will be, I don't think it will be as good as people on the right think it will be," says Jim Watson, a resident of Eastern Shore.