Once I get off work, though I don't have a good feeling. Trump has to win every battleground state, if he loses one, Hillary will take over and you can say goodbye to the Republican and any other race.
SourceWhen several voters at polling locations in a Pennsylvania county previewed their ballots Tuesday after choosing Republican nominee Donald Trump, they saw something strange: it was about to tally a vote for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
In other cases, voters who attempted to vote a straight-party Republican ticket saw the machine had changed it to a Democratic Party ticket.
Ya but looks like a lot of Republicans took a lot of seats. I am just surprised on how bitty and pissy are all over the internet/FB today.Well, now we'll see how resistante the Dems and Republicans that were against him are when he tries to get things done. Will probably be another long painful political era.
President Obama could short-circuit the affair entirely, pardoning Clinton before he leaves office in January. Legal analysts have said that could happen even though Clinton is not charged with any crimes. Such was the case with Richard Nixon, who was given a full pardon by Gerald R. Ford before he was indicted for all offenses he “committed or may have committed or taken part in” during his time in office.
Hillary Clinton will not be getting a pardon from President Obama.
And if Obama is to be kept to his word, neither will former CIA Director David Petraeus, convicted Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard, intelligence contractor Edward Snowden or Pvt. Chelsea Manning, all of whom were accused or convicted of mishandling classified information.
SourceCiting without evidence concerns about "cyber hacking," Stein wants a recount in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania — places that Clinton, a Democrat, thought were safely in her column. Instead, Republican Donald Trump won all three and with them the electoral votes needed to win the White House.
Stein won no states and wouldn't directly or immediately benefit from a recount — nor would she likely be able to topple Trump. Even Clinton's attorney Marc Elias wrote there's "no actionable evidence of hacking or outside attempts to alter the voting technology."
But Stein's effort could help her in other ways.
By continuing to raise money, she is building up a larger donor list that she can later turn to if she runs again. She also can try to influence policy by urging those donors to call lawmakers or contribute to other politicians. Her campaign says 137,000 people have contributed to the recount.
Yeah, this is a scam. You are raising money and requesting a recount in states where it likely won't affect the results and ignoring New Hampshire, a state that has a legit reason for a recount. Margin of victory there was only like 2,800 votes or something.
I like this, I figured he doesn't have the power to prosecute, but I figured he would appoint someone that does. I feel more like it was "Well I won, so it's not worth the trouble". But now that the Democrats are pulling this I bet he is pissed. Basically he let them off, only to turn around and be stabbed in the back.I'm hopeful that Trump saying he won't prosecute is something of a bait and switch. He's like the ultimate troll. He knows that the president can't actually prosecute anyone so he just sit backs and says that he won't prosecute. The main reason to do this is to prevent Obama from pardoning her for any crimes committed or possibly committed before he leaves office. Then once Trump is in office he appoints an Attorney General (Jeff Sessions) and gets him approved. Shortly after that Sessions directs the Department of Justice and the FBI to indict Hillary for the crimes she committed.
When asked how he could have possibly lied about this Trump will just tweet or hold a press conference where he puts on his best media troll face and says, "I said "I wouldn't prosecute here." I didn't say anything about the Justice Department and my Attorney General."
At least I hope.