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Wisconsin, Michigan And Pennsylvania Presidential Election Recount Backfires On Hillary Clinton Widening Donald Trump’s Lead

December 14. 2016

President-Elect Donald Trump and President Barack Obama

The Green Party’s Jill Stein has made things worse for Democrat, Hillary Clinton, in contesting the results of the 2016 presidential election. Stein raised $7,000,000 in donations for a recount, getting Clinton supporters’ hopes up in vain. The Wisconsin recount cost $3,500,000. A judge allowed a recount to proceed in Wisconsin with no evidence there was tampering on Trump’s part. The recount has backfired, as it widened Trump’s lead by 131 votes.

A Pennsylvania judge blocked Stein’s recount lawsuit stating the State would not have it completed by the December 13, 2016 deadline and would end up disenfranchising all 6,000,000 voters who would not be counted at all in the presidential election. Under the circumstances, if she wanted to ensure the votes were properly counted, Stein should have applied for the recount sooner and not at the last minute. As such, Pennsylvania has certified Trump the winner of the state, having won by over 44,000 votes, a margin too difficult to beat in a recount.

Michigan has also certified Trump the winner by over 10,400 votes, blocking Stein‘s request for a recount. If the Wisconsin recount is any indication, a Pennsylvania and Michigan effort of the same would have resulted in more votes for Trump, widening an already sizeable lead.

A wounded Hillary Clinton after losing the election to Donald Trump. You can always tell by a person's eyes, not their smile, how they are coping. Hillary's eyes are showing pain, devastation and heartbreak.

Stein cited the peculiarity of 75,000 voters casting empty ballots on election day, labeling it peculiar. In actuality it is not. If you read social networking in the lead up to the election, many Americans revealed they were not happy with any of the choices for President of the United States. People were very vocal about it.

There were well-circulated comments on social networking labeling both Clinton and Trump two divorcing parents fighting for custody of their child, America, who does not want either one of them. Some people held that view. Even one of the most corrupt presidents in American history, George W. Bush, cast an empty ballot. He was not alone in this regard.

Clinton needs to accept reality. She lost the election. She is looking like the out of touch rich old man from the movie “Trading Places” who did dishonest things for money, only to lose it all in a terrible gamble at the stock market, then insanely demanding the machines be turned back on, so he can try again after it’s all over. And Hillary, it’s all over. The voting machines have been turned off. Trump is the president.

"Trading Places" movie featuring scene with rich man in denial that he lost everything on a terrible gamble and demands the stock market machines be turned back on...much like Hillary Clinton and company are doing regarding voting machines and this recount of the election she has lost to Donald Trump. 

Stein is acting on behalf of Clinton, who is still in shock she lost the election, as polls incorrectly projected her as the winner. However, in the 2012 election, polls predicted Republican candidate, Mitt Romney, would win and he did not - President Barack Obama was reelected. Therefore, in the American election cycle, many polls are incorrect when attempting to predict the winner.

Clinton has been publicly supporting the self-deluded recount push, as it was her idea, but she used Stein as a surrogate. Here’s a bit of advice, if you wanted Clinton to have a greater chance of winning the election, you Stein (Green Party) and Gary Johnson (Libertarian), should not have run and split the vote. So often the U.S. vote is close, then you look at the independents' vote tally and realize had they not run, the winner of the election would be easily determined.


Completed Wisconsin recount widens Donald Trump's lead by 131 votes

11 hrs ago 33 - Wisconsin’s historic presidential recount ended Monday resulting in a net gain of 131 votes for President-elect Donald Trump over Democrat Hillary Clinton, the Wisconsin Elections Commission said. Trump added 844 votes to his total for the Nov. 8 election, while Clinton added 713. Overall, the commission said, voters cast 2.976 million ballots. The recount resulted in a net increase of 837 ballots.

“Completing this recount was a challenge, but the real winners are the voters,” Elections Commission Chairman Mark Thomsen said in a statement after signing off on the statewide results. “Based on the recount, they can have confidence that Wisconsin’s election results accurately reflect the will of the people, regardless of whether they are counted by hand or by machine.”...



Hillary Clinton Backing Recount Of 2016 Presidential Election Votes But Already Handed A Blow By Wisconsin Court



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