Democratic crybabies are still whining about President-elect Donald Trump’s victory, doing everything in their power to be totally obnoxious and remind us all very clearly they aren’t happy with Hillary’s big loss.
Unfortunately, this temper tantrum on an insanely epic scale is spilling over into other areas of the political realm, including the Electoral College, where it seems some Democrats are going to try undermining Trump’s win.
Because, apparently, these individuals don’t understand how a republic works and want us all to be enslaved to the mob rule of popular opinion.According to TheBlaze, A handful of Democratic Electoral College voters have agreed to join an effort to undermine President-elect Donald Trump in the final vote, according to a Politico report.
The attempt is aimed at denying Trump the majority of Electoral College voters and was launched primarily by former supporters of onetime Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (Vt.), Politico reported.
The group is working to lobby their Republican counterparts to also be “faithless electors,” hoping to illustrate a lack of confidence in the entire Electoral College system.In order for their poor attempt at a “coup,” to be successful, Democrats will need to persuade 37 Republican electors to turn on Trump, which isn’t likely, but even if such a long shot actually happened, the House could still elect Trump.
Basically, what they’re doing isn’t about actually reversing Trump’s victory, but an attempt to make folks trust less in the Electoral College in order to start building a movement that would put effort into getting it eliminated.In other words, Democrats want all future elections decided by popular vote, therefore big cities across the country, which are largely Democrat, would guarantee they’re always in power, as they eliminate the voices of middle America, making their vote worthless.
This idea should alarm all Americans, regardless of where they stand politically, as it silences the voices of millions of citizens in having a say over who governs the nation.
The Electoral College is due to cast their votes on December 19th.
[Note: This article was written by Michael Cantrell]