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Everybody knows Hillary Clinton never won the popular vote. It's nothing but an invented myth and narrative of the left and we urge everybody to ignore them.
By now you might be thinking: what are you talking about? Hillary ‘’won’’ the popular vote by millions. No, that's not the case. We at PT will never dispute that Hillary received more votes. But the point here is, is that Hillary actually never won the popular vote because there was never a contest for the popular vote to begin with. Only the electoral college. and everybody knew that. Everybody knew the rules before playing. you cannot win something that was never in play or mattered to begin with. the constitution doesn't even mention the popular vote. The only reason the left keeps bringing up the popular vote is because they are angry and more unhinged by the day. To watch the left wing meltdown on TV, social media, Hollywood etc is worth the entire 1,5 year election. They still cannot stomach the fact that Donald Trump actually won the election, and not only that. We have all branches of government. The only thing the Democrats have going for them is a filibuster, George Soros his deep pockets and the incorrect tiresome argument that Hillary ‘’won’’ the popular vote. And unfortunately the left will continue to do this throughout Donald Trump his entire presidency. Therefore, it is very important to know that Hillary never won the popular vote to begin with and just ignore the left altogether. The left doesn't have power anymore in America coming January 20th. The democrat party cannot be considered a national party anymore. Leftists will continue to throw tantrums on TV and social media, that won't change. Just ignore them. We have all the power now and it is time for them to accept that and just take a walk already. Hillary Clinton lost the election and that will never change. The sooner we learn to just ignore the left, the sooner we can continue with our agenda. Let them cry on TV. Who cares by now? The sore losers are the Clinton campaign and her failed Jill Stein recount efforts. Now they try to intimidate the electorate into voting different than the people and just ignore millions of people. The electors have a job to carry out the will of the people. Nobody elected the electors and their name was never on the ballot. It's a disgrace they ignored the people and already notify is they will not vote for Donald Trump. Who do these electors think they are? The founding fathers at the time didn't want New York and Philadelphia to dominate every election cycle and decide for the rest of the country the president. Every pundit and news outlet should know that and stop the non existing ‘’popular vote’’ argument. It doesn't exist. It's just a false narrative spread by sore losers. Both the Clinton campaign and Trump campaign and the American people knew the rules of the election before voting and participating. Now we all know that Hillary never won the popular vote because there was never a contest for the popular vote to begin with, we can put that argument to rest. The wording of our basic law in the constitution is clear: The winner in the Electoral College takes office as president. The nation’s Founders which gives each state as many electoral votes as it has members of Congress should be careful what they wish for. Adopting a national popular vote would trade one set of problems for another. Electoral College opponents argue that the system pushes candidates to ignore states that Republicans or Democrats consider sure things and focus on a dozen battleground states during the campaigns. But Tuesday's election showed that the Electoral College map is more fluid than many people believed. Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, considered reliably Democratic, swung Republican. If the national popular vote were the ultimate decider, candidates would gravitate toward the voter-rich big cities and their suburbs and ignore everyone else. If candidates felt obliged to blanket the entire country with visits and advertising, it would set off a scramble for even more campaign money, leaving candidates more beholden to special interests. A popular vote contest involving multiple candidates could produce a winner with, say, only 35% of the vote, provoking an outcry to create a runoff process involving the top two vote-getters. And if the U.S. popular vote were so close that a nationwide recount were needed, the process could turn into a nightmare dwarfing the Florida fiasco of 2000. The electoral college contributes to the cohesiveness of the country by requiring a distribution of popular support to be elected president and enhances the status of minority interests, contributes to the political stability of the nation by encouraging a two-party system, and maintains a federal system of government and representation. The electoral college is a genius invention of the founders, and that wont change. The popular vote is simply not relevant, and it never was in our history. It is a tool to make and keep people angry. So from now on just ignore the left.