It's mind blowing how they paint DT like some evil force when he has not even started his 1st day as the president yet. All his speeches are good pro America talks. They must never actually listen to him.
In the infamous emails is one that lays out the plan before they knew it would be Trump she would run against, it said that if a run was against him they would have to come up with something to make people think badly about him. They came up with calling him a bigot and so on. It was all planned before the man even spoke a word about what he was going to do as president. It's all shade and bullshit she even called her supporters "unaware and compliant" meaning they would never pay attention to her deleted emails and they would follow along with painting Trump as a bigot ... It's pretty sick the lengths the DNC went to try to win. I think it's fucking hilarious they lost!
Post by nohipnohop on Dec 23, 2016 22:56:00 GMT -5
It's Official: Clinton's Popular Vote Win Came Entirely From California
Democrats who are having trouble getting out of the first stage of grief — denial — aren't being helped by the fact that, now that all the votes are counted, Hillary Clinton's lead in the popular vote has topped 2.8 million, giving her a 48% share of the vote compared with Trumps 46%.
To those unschooled in how the United States selects presidents, this seems totally unfair. But look more closely at the numbers and you see that Clinton's advantage all but disappears.
As we noted in this space earlier, while Clinton's overall margin looks large and impressive, it is due to Clinton's huge margin of victory in one state — California — where she got a whopping 4.3 million more votes than Trump.
California is the only state, in fact, where Clinton's margin of victory was bigger than President Obama's in 2012 — 61.5% vs. Obama's 60%.
But California is the exception that proves the true genius of the Electoral College — which was designed to prevent regional candidates from dominating national elections.
In recent years, California has been turning into what amounts to a one-party state. Between 2008 and 2016, the number of Californian's who registered as Democrats climbed by 1.1 million, while the number of registered Republicans dropped by almost 400,000.
What's more, many Republicans in the state had nobody to vote for in November.
There were two Democrats — and zero Republicans — running to replace Sen. Barbara Boxer. There were no Republicans on the ballot for House seats in nine of California's congressional districts.
At the state level, six districts had no Republicans running for the state senate, and 16 districts had no Republicans running for state assembly seats.
Plus, since Republicans knew Clinton was going to win the state — and its entire 55 electoral votes — casting a ballot for Trump was virtually meaningless, since no matter what her margin of victory, Clinton was getting all 55 votes.
Is it any wonder then, that Trump got 11% fewer California votes than John McCain did in 2008? (Clinton got 6% more votes than Obama did eight years ago, but the number of registered Democrats in the state climbed by 13% over those years.)
If you take California out of the popular vote equation, then Trump wins the rest of the country by 1.4 million votes. And if California voted like every other Democratic state — where Clinton averaged 53.5% wins — Clinton and Trump end up in a virtual popular vote tie. (This was not the case in 2012. Obama beat Romney by 2 million votes that year, not counting California.)
Meanwhile, if you look at every other measure, Trump was the clear and decisive winner in this election.
Number of states won: Trump: 30 Clinton: 20 _________________ Trump: +10
Number of electoral votes won: Trump: 306 Clinton: 232 _________________ Trump: + 68
Ave. margin of victory in winning states: Trump: 56% Clinton: 53.5% _________________ Trump: + 2.5 points
Popular vote total: Trump: 62,958,211 Clinton: 65,818,318 _________________ Clinton: + 2.8 million
Popular vote total outside California: Trump: 58,474,401 Clinton: 57,064,530 _________________ Trump: + 1.4 million
What I'm confused about is all the huge amounts of hate and really crazy things people tweet to Trump. I never saw him do anything like Hitlar or anything to justify how people are acting. He has not even started the job yet and they are saying America is destroyed or they talk about that they are going to impeech him.....and I am like huh what did he do? I have seen nothing wrong, he seems like a man who loves his kids, he has amazing successful kids that these people say horrible things about, he built a business, he failed financially sometimes but got back up. So his kids are horrible but the Kardasians are amazing? Stars act like the world has ended, it's like So confusing and weird!
Because he is an outsider, someone they cannot control so it's freaking them the fuck out. There are people like Soros who use money to manipulate the world into what they want. All the lobby people too are reps to very strong powerful industries that no longer will be able to make back room deals.
Oh and if you didn't hear, the FBI released these archive.is/dTwcr while no one was paying attn during Giants / Packers game. And the Clinton investigation is back on.
Post by ElwoodBlues on Jan 12, 2017 19:36:45 GMT -5
It's part of their plan to warp the peoples perception of reality, by constantly trying to make good look bad n' bad look good. Hillary Clinton has more dirt and corruption treading behind her than anyone I can think of ..well of course George Soros has his dirty fingers in everything. A change is coming. The people are no longer gonna stand for what these monsters are trying to not only do to our country, but the whole world. So now many are waking up to this. The Government will serve it's people once again ..we are not here to serve them. Together we are one ..and together we are strong.
We've dun it. A machine that can feel the whole spectrum of human emotion, sh*ty, crappy, sad, horny and hungry ..it can feel it all!