Trump calls for a new election

Donald Trump is questioning the legitimacy of the election that he won on November 8, 2016. There is only one remedy.

President Trump is claiming that 3-5 m million people voted illegally in the presidential election on November 8, 20161)Trump’s claim that 3-5 million people voted illegally in the election. Having conducted forensic investigations on elections for the past 16 years allows me to say that it's impossible to say who benefitted from illegal ballots.Ballots are anonymous. No-one knows which are legitimate, and which are fraudulent.

The most common way of spotting illegal voting is when the number of ballots exceeds the number of people who voted (ballot stuffing) or when the number of votes exceeds the number of registered voters on the polling list at the polling station. Either way, all the votes for that place are declared illegal.

Trump is saying that there are 3-5 million illegal votes, which is far more than the 100,000 that swung the election in his favor.

So, the only solution is to have a new election.


Excellent idea!

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Trump didn’t win the election. Clinton lost it

Nevada is the only state that provides an option “None of these candidates”. Clinton won the state by 26,434 votes. None of these candidates won 28,824 n Nevada.

Trump and Clinton were the two most unpopular candidates in American history.

In the states other than Nevada, the options for voters to express their dissatisfaction were to write in an unregistered candidate, or not to vote at all. In both Florida and North Carolina the protest votes cast exceeded the difference between the candidates.

The presidential election usually draws far more votes than those cast for the congressional candidates. In 2008, less than a third of Senate races had 98 percent as many ballots cast as were cast for one of the presidential candidates. In 2012, about half of Senate contests did. This year? Nearly two-thirds of the Senate contests were within 2 percent of the number of presidential ballots cast.

Why was Clinton so unpopular? It seems she was unable to conceal her belief that a politician should have a private and a public position on policy. From her leaked emails, it is evident that she believes in telling the voters her public position, and then implementing her private views. To make matters worse, she was prepared to share these views with people who paid her to do so.

The distrust was earned.

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Podesta emails
WikiLeaks releases what appear to be Clinton’s paid Wall Street speeches

Michelle Obama says what we feel about Donald Trump

It has been clear for some time that Donald Trump is not fit to represent the American people in any capacity.

Without any need to explore the depths of political rhetoric that has blemished this campaign, and the reputation of all Americans, Michelle Obama’s stirring speech shows how decent people feel about Donald Trump.

The majority of Americans are disgusted by the pride that Trump has displayed, boasting about sexual assault and then denying that he actually committed these crimes.

Not so fast, say his victims.