Hillary Clinton crawled out of the swamp on Tuesday to make a jaw dropping announcement. Americans are already exceptionally nervous about the integrity of this year’s election. The mainstream media has everyone braced for an outcome that might not be determined for months.
Adding to the anxiety, fair and impartial Hillary announced that she managed to get credentials to be one of New York State’s Electoral College electors. If Trump wins will she hold up her part of the agreement and cast her vote for for him?
Hillary Clinton goes to college
Hillary Clinton is going back to college, this time, the electoral college. That’s a scary thought to conservative Americans. On Tuesday, she proudly announced that she’s an elector for New York. Along with 28 other electors, they meet in December to make the November popular election official, by casting their votes based on the state results, district by district.
“I’m an elector in New York,” Clinton said on a liberal radio show. “I’m sure I’ll get to vote for Joe and Kamala in New York. So, that’s pretty exciting.” Hillary still won’t let go of her defeat in 2016. She won the popular vote but couldn’t make it through the electoral college. This time, to help make sure things go they way she wants them to, she burrowed inside like a mole.
The way the Electoral College works, 538 electors are chosen by the various states, along with the District of Columbia. They’re the ones who actually elect the president. Each state has a different number of electors, based on the size of their population.
Only two states proportion out the electors, Maine and Nebraska. In the rest, whichever candidate wins the state gets all of the electors. The question is will Hillary Clinton vote for the one she’s supposed to?
Dominate the election
The whole idea of the Electoral College is to ensure that densely populated states like California and New York can’t dominate the election. Liberals like Hillary Clinton have sewn up both of those states tight. Liberals want to do away with the process entirely.
They turn to the Gallup poll to show that “61% of Americans support abolishing the Electoral College and instead using the popular vote to elect the president.” At least that many of the hand selected ones they asked do.
Hillary Clinton is still steaming over the fact that her election results made history. Her lead in the popular vote was larger than any other candidate to lose in the Electoral College. It’s no wonder she wants to abolish the system.
There’s a really good chance that deep blue New York state will chose Kamala Harris for president, along with that guy who’s holding the door to the oval office open for her, but all the civil unrest, looting, arson and general radical mayhem in the streets could lead to the unthinkable, a victory for Trump in the heart of lib-land.
She won’t commit to casting a vote for him if he wins. “I cannot imagine that he would be reelected after the damage that he’s caused and I can’t imagine four more years of this abuse and destruction,” Clinton said. “So no, I don’t think about it. I refuse to.” The Supreme Court recently ruled she can get in big trouble for not voting the way she’s supposed to.