Donald Trump has a message for snowflakes who can’t accept his victory: Get over it!
President-elect Trump reminded voters that he won the election fair and square under the Electoral College system that has been in place since 1787.
But the billionaire also insists he would have won the popular vote had it not been for the illegals and dead people who voted for Hillary Clinton this election cycle.
“In addition to winning the Electoral College in a landslide, I won the popular vote if you deduct the millions of people who voted illegally,” Trump tweeted.
Trump won 306 electoral votes, while Clinton got 232 despite having the backing of mainstream media, the billionaire donor class, the Democratic Party, the Republican Party, Hollywood, and Wall Street.
Voter advocacy groups, like True The Vote led by Gregg Phillips, claim to have verified “more than three million votes cast by non-citizens.”
Phillips’ assertions are not complete and have been challenged or ignored by mainstream media, but rumors of voter fraud favoring Clinton have swirled for months.
Adding to the speculation were bizarre comments made by President Obama that appeared to suggest that it’s okay for illegals to vote in a U.S. election.
We have verified more than three million votes cast by non-citizens.
— Gregg Phillips (@JumpVote) November 13, 2016
After hearing Obama apparently signal to illegal aliens they won’t get caught if they commit voter fraud, Fox News anchor Neil Cavuto exploded in disgust:
“The President of the United States is saying: ‘Don’t worry, no one will be spying on you, catching you.’ You’re ignoring the fact that you are being questioned about illegal voting, which you can’t do. Why? Because you’re not a citizen of this country!”
— Varney & Co. (@Varneyco) November 28, 2016
Meanwhile, mainstream media — which had slammed Trump before the election for suggesting he might challenge the results — are now supporting a recount of the vote in swing states, even though experts say there’s no way the results would be overturned.
Really makes you think. pic.twitter.com/Y7uG2eFAJ1
— Jason C. (@CounterMoonbat) November 25, 2016
The Electoral College is in place to ensure democratic representation of all states. If popular votes determined the presidency, then candidates would just plant themselves for months in the most populous states like California, Texas, and New York and ignore the rest of the country.
States like South Dakota (population: 863,634) or Iowa (population: 3.1 million) would never be in play, and no politician would ever visit them. In other words, whole states in the middle of the country would be IGNORED.
How is that fair?
5 stages of grief pic.twitter.com/gezRn2byQW
— Emily Rutherford (@emrutherford90) November 27, 2016
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