Sunday, November 13, 2016

Interesting from slow facts

Miscalculations of the 2016 Elections
NOVEMBER 13, 2016

We learned a lot from the election of 2016.  Politicians, special interests and voters had a night of surprises.

Socialists party leaders rigged their own primary election by using “Super Delegates”.  These delegates in the Democrat primary election were bought and paid for before the first primary vote was cast.  The candidates and their handlers discovered that voters really want their vote to count, and resent it when the election is rigged.  This must have shocked Chicago politicians.

Democrat politicians thought they could sell the financial and political future of the United States to the highest bidder.  They would gladly accept contributions today in order to direct huge government monopolies and regulatory exemptions to favored donors once the politicians were in office again.  It turns out you have to win the election first.  The United States Government is not supposed to be for sale.

Democrat political operatives thought they could buy the election.  Clinton spent 89 percent more than Trump, and still couldn’t come up with the votes on election night, neither the popular vote nor the electoral college vote.  Content counts after all.

Hillary Clinton thought she could break the law and her political cronies would exonerate her.  She ran the Clinton Foundation as a giant tax avoidance scheme.  She ran the State Department as a cash machine for foreign companies to buy access and buy special favors to the United States.  It turns out that that government electronic communication systems were designed to preserve and secure government records.  Clinton so wanted to avoid an electronic trail.  Hackers gave us an electronic record of Clinton’s private activities whether she wanted it or not.  Julian Asssange bet his life that we cared to know the truth.  Thank you, Mr. Assange.


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