edited December 20, 2016, 1:30 am
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We got it! CONGRATULATION PRESIDENT-ELECT MR. TRUMP!
As of 1:45 p.m. Eastern time, Donald Trump wins the electoral college threshold of 270 votes. He'll become the next 45th President of the U.S., sworn on January 20, 2017.
In spite of 'Hamilton electors' attempting to steal the presidency from Trump...
in spite of being demonized by the Hillary campaign ... all the obstacles and fake news... claims of hacked email by Russia (although according to Julian Assange from Wikileaks it was leaked, not hacked by the insider from the Democratic party ) in spite of violent protest, petition on change.org ...and electors like Michael Banerian receiving the death threats if voting for Mr. Trump - the billionaire businessman still won the election.
"BREAKING: All 10 Election Hacks Inside the US in Georgia Have Been Tracked to DHS — NOT RUSSIA" thefreethoughtproject.com (December 15, 2016) Below the direct quote from this article:
Published December 16, 2016 FoxNews.com
thehill.com December 18th, 2016
thefreethoughtproject.com December 18th, 2016
thefreethoughtproject.com December 16th, 2016
18 years ago, today Bill Clinton was impeached.
Now, Bill Clinton as an elector of New York cast his vote for Hillary...
But we, as the nation are proud that Mr. Trump is going to be our next Commander in Chief.
The Democrats who portrait the Republicans as the brutes, uneducated males were violently rioting, burning the American flag and threatens the lives of the electors that choose to vote for Mr. Trump.
Michigan elector Michael Banerian told the FOX Business Network's
“I’ve had people that have been talking about putting a bullet in the back of my mouth, burning myself and my family, sending pictures of
nooses saying if I don’t vote for Hillary Clinton, they’ll get me,”
Elector Banerian blames directly Hillary and her campaign for the
divisiveness, the outpour of extreme negative reaction sweeping the nation. He said:
“Hillary Clinton not just called Trump and the Republican supporters deplorable but she said we were irredeemably so. She said the enemy she was most proud of was Republicans,...When you talk like that she’s not only demonizing Republicans, but she’s dehumanizing us, and doing that enables these people.”
It is very worrisome that the Democratic presidential candidate would call the opposing Americans not just deplorables, but the enemy...
The Democrats and the Republicans are the opposing parties...but being called the enemies is very wrong. It is just right that candidate as such would not inherit the presidency.
| Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
That Hollywood star now got a new meaning, as Mr. Trump is going to be our next 45th president
It was the Democrats and Hillary's paid agitators that brought
unrest in the country. It was president Obama that encouraged the illegals to vote. It was Michelle that shamelessly declared that with Mr. trump presidency we are losing the hope and therefore encouraging unrest and more unlawful behavior.
It was the Democrats that threatens the lives of the Republicans.
"I will work hard to unite our country and be the President of all Americans," Trump said
Lets us hope that as Mr. Trump said that he wants to be the president for all the American, meaning the Democrats and the Republicans
he can reunite us and bring peace, good will for the common goals.
As diverse, multicultural we are... the Americans ... we are the nation under the same flag. It is time to stop fighting and extend the good will...it's time to work together.
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As Reuters reported "Protesters briefly disrupted Wisconsin's Electoral College balloting. In Austin, Texas, about 100 people chanting: “Dump Trump”. But only two Republicans from Texas turned out to be
the "faithless electors" and instead of voting for Mr. Trump who won the
popular election in Texas voted one for Ron Paul and another for
John Kasich. At the end Mr. Trump won 304 electors votes to Hillary Clinton's 227.
The election is over. The official January 6, 2017, shall come fast, then January 20, and Mr. Trump will assume the highest office in the land. With his presidency comes the new hopes and new expectations.Let's forgive and forget the shortcomings of the opposing party, the one that we can and concentrate on helping achieve the campaign promises that Mr. Trump made. Let us build the stronger country and better lives for all Americans.
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