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The Hijacking of a Presidential Election
« on: February 09, 2019, 09:08:58 AM »
February 9, 2019
The Hijacking of a Presidential Election
By Jon N. Hall

In January of 2017, the Federal Election Commission reported that in the 2016 general election Mrs. Clinton received 65,853,516 votes and Mr. Trump received 62,984,825 votes. Clinton therefore beat Trump by 2,868,691 popular votes.

President Trump has said that if the illegal votes were deducted that he would have won the popular vote. If one looks at that FEC report, one sees that in California, the state with the most illegal aliens, Clinton got 8,753,788 votes, while Trump got 4,483,810 votes. So Clinton beat Trump in California by 4,269,978 votes.

What’s interesting is that Clinton beat Trump by more votes in California than she did nationwide, precisely 1,401,287 more votes. Though Trump’s claim that illegal voting threw the popular vote to Clinton is sheer speculation, we can say that if we exclude California that Trump did in fact win the popular vote in the rest of the nation, and by exactly 1,401,287 votes.

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Re: The Hijacking of a Presidential Election
« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2019, 09:26:31 AM »
If we thought it was bad last time, just wait until 2020.
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Re: The Hijacking of a Presidential Election
« Reply #2 on: February 09, 2019, 11:29:10 AM »
How many of the new Dem votes since the eighties are Mexican or central American immigrants eagerly transported into the country by Dem authorities?
As of thirty years ago Republicans could still get elected to major state offices in California and Reagan won the state's electoral votes.
No chance of that happening now.
And that is why Dems are opposed to immigration enforcement. 

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