You’d think three weeks after the election, liberals — including Hillary Clinton — would have dabbed the tears from their delicate little eyes and accepted their loss, ready to move on and do whatever it is lefties do.
Nope. Not a chance.
In fact, the blue states Donald Trump flipped are now recounting votes, because you know, a Republican winning the election is just too much of a trigger for the sensitive Democrats.
Well, Wisconsin has set a timetable for the recount, but they rejected a request to hand count the votes, something that made one presidential candidate just a tad bit angry.
The Journey Sentinel is reporting The Wisconsin Elections Commission set a timetable Monday for a recount of the presidential election but rejected a request to require a count by hand made by Green Party candidate Jill Stein, who quickly responded that she would sue.Also Monday, Stein filed a lawsuit in Pennsylvania to force a recount there and her supporters began filing recount requests at the precinct level there. Stein — who received just a tiny piece of the vote —also plans to ask for a recount in Michigan on Wednesday. Unless Stein wins her lawsuit in Dane County Circuit Court, officials in each of Wisconsin’s 72 counties would decide on their own whether to do their recounts by hand. That could mean some counties perform recounts by machine and some by hand.
Citing the results of a 2011 statewide recount that changed only 300 votes, Elections Commission chairman Mark Thomsen, a Democrat, said this presidential recount is very unlikely to change Republican Donald Trump’s win in the state.
Thomsen dismissed Stein’s claims of problems with the vote as unfounded and misleading. But he directed his toughest criticism to Trump’s unsupported allegations that millions of people voted illegally nationwide, calling them “an insult to the people that run our elections.”
The commission is made up of three Democrats and three Republicans. It adopted the recount plans unanimously.
Stein is seeking to pay for the recount of Wisconsin’s election — in which she received about 31,000 votes, or 1% — to make sure that Democrat Hillary Clinton really lost Wisconsin to Republican Donald Trump by some 22,000.
It’s hilarious to see Democrats flipping out so hard over the idea of Trump in the White House. They really are having a difficult time accepting the fact that traditionally Democrat strongholds have rejected leftism and are desiring to try something a little different.
At the end of the day, Donald Trump has all the required votes from the electoral college to be president. He’s legitimately the next commander-in-chief, and it’s time to just get over it.
Anyone else eager for the inauguration?
[Note: This article was written by Michael Cantrell]