By Jim Wright
There is voter fraud. I know there is voter fraud.
— Stephen Bannon
eight hundred and sixty-eight thousand
six hundred and ninety-one.
I like to think I’m the one, there right at the end.
Two Million eight hundred and sixty-eight thousand six hundred and ninety one.
That’s the number of votes Donald Trump lost the popular election by, two million eight hundred and sixty-eight thousand six hundred and ninety-one.
According to the final certification of the election*:
Hillary Clinton received 65,853,516 votes
Donald Trump received 62,984,825 votes
Meaning Clinton won the popular vote by 2,686,691.
For brevity’s sake let’s round that off to 2.5 million.
Now, unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on circumstance and your point of view) the popular vote is not how American democracy selects a president and/or vice president. Rightly or wrongly, that’s how our Founders designed things (whether or not we should change that is a discussion for another time). Thus, Donald Trump won the White House despite the objections of nearly 2.5 million … well, I was going to say Americans, but that’s actually the issue here, isn’t it?
That’s the whole thing, right there.
Those 2.5 million voters.
The President of the United States says that those people, whoever they are, they’re not Americans.
Yes, that’s what he’s saying.
Those people, those 2.5 million people who didn’t vote for him, they aren’t Americans. That’s exactly what what he’s saying.
You see, Donald Trump being the self-involved thin-skinned narcissistic ego-maniac that he is, he just can’t accept that he lost the popular vote. He is pathologically incapable of admitting that he was beaten by Hillary Clinton – even though he ended up president anyway.
He’s not man enough.
He’s not mature enough.
And he just can’t accept it.
He can’t. Q.E.D.
He’s on record, multiple times, claiming that …read more
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