For the past week, thousands of liberal Democrats have been crying and protesting because Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in the presidential election. Many of them are claiming that Hillary should be president because she won the popular vote. One source went so far as to say that Hillary had at least 1.8 million more votes than Trump.
Now a growing movement is calling for the elimination of the Electoral College because they believe that Hillary won the popular vote but lost only due to the Electoral College. Clinton is not the only person to supposedly win the popular vote but lose the White House because of the Electoral College. She’s actually the fifth person.
In 1824, Andrew Jackson won the popular vote and he won the majority of Electoral College votes but John Quincy Adams ended up as president. At the time, 131 Electoral votes were necessary to win the presidency and Jackson only received 99. Per the US Constitution, the vote then goes to the House of Representatives who ended up electing Adams president over Jackson.
Getting back to this year’s election, per most sources, Clinton won the popular vote 62,020,451 to Trump’s 60,963,480 for a difference of slightly more than 1 million and it needs to be noted that there are still ballots being counted.
But did Hillary really win the popular vote? NO, I don’t think she did.
On November 11, Gregg Phillips, Founder of VoteStand and JumpVote, posted:
“Completed analysis of database of 180 million voter registrations.”
“Number of non-citizen votes exceeds 3 million.”
“Consulting legal team.”
I wrote several posts in the months prior to the election about liberally run states like California and Oregon, who have passed laws that allow illegal aliens and non-citizens to register to vote simply by applying for a driver’s license or just renewing an existing license. In California, it’s now an automatic process. Whenever anyone obtains a valid state driver’s license or renews an existing license, they automatically are registered to vote. The danger of this type of liberal law allow illegal aliens and foreign nationals to obtain valid state driver’s licenses, thus automatically registering them to vote, even though they are not legally allowed to vote.
I’ve contended that this was the primary motive behind Barack Obama’s illegal changes to federal immigration laws in allowing nearly 20 million illegals to remain in the country without fear of being deported just so many could vote in this year’s election. His administration has even set tens of thousands of illegals with felony convictions free to walk the streets of America and obtain a driver’s license and vote. That’s why on August 9, I posted an article asking ‘Will voter fraud see Hillary elected, just like it elected Obama?’
On November 13, Phillips posted again, saying:
“We have verified more than three million votes cast by non-citizens. “
“We are joining .@TrueTheVote to initiate legal action. “
Infowars picked up on Phillip’s posts and responded with:
“According to current indications, Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by around 630,000 votes, although around 7 million ballots remain uncounted.”
“Virtually all of the votes cast by 3 million illegal immigrants are likely to have been for Hillary Clinton, meaning Trump might have won the popular vote when this number is taken into account.”
“Vote fraud using ballots cast in the name of dead people and illegal alien voters was a huge concern before the election.”
‘On the morning of the election there were 4 million dead people on U.S. voter rolls.”
If Phillips’ claim is accurate, then Donald John Trump actually won the popular vote by more than 2 million. I also wonder how many liberal Democrats voted in more than one state like they did in 2012? If there was a way to nullify all of the votes of dead people, convicted felons, illegal aliens, non-citizens and all those who cast more than one vote, I’m certain that Trump would have won the popular vote by more than 3 million votes over Hillary Clinton.
If the liberal media made this information known to the general public, it should put to rest much of the controversy about Trump’s election and the Electoral College.