When Algore lost, they said ‘selected not elected’. They’re playing the same game now. Here’s why they’re LYING to us.
The final tallies are in now. We know what the total votes are for the General election.
Really, it doesn’t matter, since he won the Electoral College. There are Sore Losers out there who are not as committed to the ‘Peaceful Transition of Power’ as they would have said they were back in October. They’re having trouble dealing with this.
Likely it’s a problem best resolved with the help of their doctor. Something prescription strength to take the edge off. But supposing some of them are open to an explanation of what exactly they’ve got wrong, we’re here to help.
Final vote tallies from the November 8 election show that Democrat Hillary Clinton out-polled President-elect Donald Trump by 2.8 million votes while losing the contest by a wide margin in the all-important Electoral College.
Her upper hand with voters, however, came down to performances in New York and California that were far stronger than necessary.
Clinton won California by 4.2 million and took New York by more than 1.6 million. The combined 5.8 million-vote advantage in just those two states was more than twice the size of her overall edge nationwide.
When the dust settled, she lost the rest of the country by 3 million votes.
So California (GDP of $2.5 Trillion) and New York (GDP of $1.4 Billion) should be able to REVERSE the combined decisions of the other 48 States?
Aren’t Democrats supposed to be the ones who HATE kissing the asses of Big Money interests? But the entirety of their argument rests on this: the two richest states — remember: the results show that the financially well-off edged toward Hillary, and the poor and middle class shifted in favor of Trump.
By their own logic, if the STATES were fifty individual people, they’d be outraged by two of the rich kids being able to reverse the collective will of the other 48.
If we had the same results with the opposite parties, the Democrats would be the FIERCEST defenders of the wisdom of the Framers.
But in reality, they are not remotely committed to the Constitutional Republic. They are only interested in their Agenda.
And a Republican President, Congress, and Senate? They pose an obstacle to that agenda.
The only thing they have left is rage.
An inexhaustible resource for them.