LMAO: After 1 Day Of RECOUNTING – Look How Many Votes Hillary GAINED

To hear the Libs talk, Conservatives were fearful the recount might raise awkward questions. Were they right?

ClashDaily editors haven’t heard THIS much worrying about the Russians since before at least half of our readers were born.

Jill Stein is sure they are up to SOME sort of nefarious dealings with the voting systems. (Even though Hillary’s own team concluded that there was no evidence to suggest that there were significant irregularities.)

Jill continues her vigil protecting us from dangerous foreign threats like these:

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Well… continues her vigil until the revolt brewing in her party throws her to the curb.

So was it worth it, or was she tilting at windmills?

The earliest of our results are in from day one.
But the first results to emerge suggest the final tally will be rather close to the original one. Only Menominee County, home to the Menominee Indian Reservation, fully reported its recounted results on the first day. It found 17 extra votes for Stein and 12 for Libertarian Gary Johnson, while removing two votes from Trump and one from Clinton.

When putting all the results together, that means the first day of the recount narrowed the gap between Clinton and Trump by just a single vote. —Daily Caller

Stein is actually DOWN 17 votes.
‘Aleppo’ is down 12.
Trump is down 2. ‘
Clinton down 1.

Nobody gained votes.

So Hillary has ‘dramatically’ closed the gap by having one fewer vote disallowed than Trump.

Which means she’s ONE vote closer to victory.

These Russians OBVIOUSLY aren’t very good at rigging elections. You’d think after keeping power so effectively in Russia, they’d be better at it.

Share if the Recount Crowd is ALREADY looking profoundly stupid.

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