Donald Trump’s greatest strength has been given to him by his opponents.
It is the fact that they have so consistently underestimated him, and still do. When he entered the fray, they said he wouldn’t last a month. He had too much competition. Then little by little, the competition “melted away.” They said he couldn’t win the primaries. Then he won the primaries in a convincing manner. Then they said he’d never get enough delegates to win the nomination.
Then he got enough delegates to win the nomination. They took a deep breath and said, “Okay; he got the nomination, but he can’t beat Hillary. Then he beat Hillary like a drum. They then said that, even though he won the election, he’d never get to occupy the Oval Office. so where do you think he’s going to be in the afternoon of January 20th? They’ve “pulled out all the stops” to prevent him from getting enough electoral votes to be confirmed as president.
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They really think they can get 37 electors to change their votes and vote against him, even though their states went FOR him. So what are they going to do when they confirm him as president? They’re going to say he isn’t a “proper president.” since Hillary got more votes than he did in the popular vote. Most of those votes were “cast” by illegal aliens, convicted felons, and dead people (mostly in Chicago). But he was elected by the method we’ve used ever since this country was begun, and which is THE LAW, whether they like it or not, when they LOSE (not a peep out of Democrats when they WIN that way).
They’re just going to have to accept the fact that he won, fair and square, even though they played ALL their “dirty tricks” to keep him out of the Oval Office. They LOST, and they’re going to have to accept it in the long run. They can whine and carp all they want, but he WILL be the president, at least for the next four years. And if America (not the liberals) like what he does, EIGHT years. The backs of the Democrats has been “broken.” They’d better get used to it.Tags: democrats Donald Trump Electoral College Hillary Clinton
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