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CHECK OUT WHAT THEY WROTE:
This is the 90th time we have named the person who had the greatest influence, for better or worse, on the events of the year. So which is it this year: Better or worse? The challenge for Donald Trump is how profoundly the country disagrees about the answer.
It’s hard to measure the scale of his disruption. This real estate baron and casino owner turned reality-TV star and provocateur—never a day spent in public office, never a debt owed to any interest besides his own—now surveys the smoking ruin of a vast political edifice that once housed parties, pundits, donors, pollsters, all those who did not see him coming or take him seriously. Out of this reckoning, Trump is poised to preside, for better or worse.

House passes sweeping legislation to aid veterans
IT’S ABOUT DAMN TIME
“More veterans, including many at risk of homelessness, will receive the care and benefits they need and deserve,” he continued. “VA hospitals will have better management of mental health counselors and emergency room doctors. Veterans’ families will be helped by extending critical education benefits to surviving members. Work will finally begin to help descendants of veterans exposed to toxic substances.”
The bill, which now moves to the Senate floor, was part of Congress’s response to scandals within the Veterans Affairs Department that saw soldiers waiting so long for doctor appointments that some died. Some VA health clinics were over-prescribing opioids, and the VA had a massive backlog of claims benefits.

Disabled vet, service dog form dynamic duo on the job
WHEN YOU HAVE HOME IMPROVEMENT NEEDS, I URGE YOU TO SHOP LOWE’S
Luthy, a disabled Air Force vet, had been struggling to find work since he needed his service animal, a dog named Charlotte, to be with him. But he got hired for a part-time job at a Lowe’s in Abilene, Texas. Hiring Luthy meant Lowe’s was also hiring Charlotte.
“We were interviewing people for his position. And he was one of the applicants. And so he showed up for the interview and he had Charlotte with him,” Jay Fellers, a human resource manager at Lowes, told CNN affiliate KRBC.

Trump Announces Japanese Telecom Co. Will Invest $50 Billion to Create 50,000 Jobs in U.S.
SON SAID HE WOULD NOT HAVE MADE THE INVESTMENT HAD HILLARY WON
In the wake of reports that SoftBank Group Corp. founder and Chief Executive Officer Masayoshi Son was set to meet with Donald Trump in New York, the President-elect announced that the Japanese telecommunications company will invest up to $50 billion in the U.S. which includes plans to create 50,000 new jobs here.

Jill Stein is heckled and called a ‘common criminal’ during a press conference outside Trump Tower while as her recount continues
LOOK AT ME!I’M GONNA BE A RICH BITCH!
Stein gave updates on recount effort in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin
Stein is seeking an emergency federal court order for a recount in Pennsylvania after dropping a state court case due to the required $1million bond
In Michigan, a hand recount began Monday on the orders of a federal judge
Stein says intent is not to help Hillary Clinton, but to verify accuracy of the vote
She has suggested, with no evidence, that votes were susceptible to hacking

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Bikers for Trump secure space for inauguration amid several planned protestsbikersTHERE WILL BE THOUSANDS OF GROWNUPS TO KEEP THE ADOLESCENTS IN LINE
Groups planning to protest President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration next month monopolized the National Park Service permits to use public spaces around Washington during the event — until Bikers for Trump showed up.
Bikers for Trump founder Chris Cox said he had to negotiate with National Park Service officials to find space for the motorcyclists because anti-Trump groups had scooped up nearly every location for their “disruption” events surrounding the Jan. 20 inauguration.
Securing a designated area for the thousands of bikers expected to roll into Washington to watch Mr. Trump take the oath of office is crucial to avoiding clashes between the two sides, he said.
“We’ve already won. There’s no reason for these guys to be going shoulder to shoulder against the Black Lives Matter and the rest of the [protesting] guys,” Mr. Cox said. “This is a victory tour.”
The bikers are accustomed to being outnumbered and face-to-face with protesters, having often set themselves up as buffers between demonstrators and supporters at Trump rallies.

GOP Readies Cuts to Federal Workforce Under Trump Reductions part of long-sought civil service overhaul
One major plan is being readied by Rep. Jason Chaffetz, the chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. The Utah Republican calls it “high on our agenda.” While details remain sketchy, it would likely mean big changes to the generous retirement benefits given federal workers, mainly by looking to shift new employees from a defined benefit into a market-based 401(k).
He is also interested in making it easier to fire workers who perform badly and wants to reduce the federal civilian workforce, which currently numbers 2.1 million employees, not including U.S. Postal Service employees.

Georgetown Installs Work of Art Honoring Hillary Clinton as ‘Beacon of Dignity and Guiding Light’
Tax-funded installations help residents ‘move forward’ after Clinton defeat
OH GOOD LORD
The artwork, titled “Red, White, and Hillary Blue Diamonds,” consists of five aluminum frames illuminated by LED lights. The diamond-shaped structures are installed in three locations, where they serve “as gateways into Georgetown.”
The installations are “dedicated to former Senator Hillary Clinton, who is the beacon of dignity and guiding light, as a thank you for her strength as we move forward,” according to a placard next to the art.

For GOP lawmakers, an attempt at harmony — and a potential collision course with Trump
What most would not say is how willing they will be to oppose Trump outright. In many instances, these Republicans have forced themselves into ideological and rhetorical contortions to accommodate the populist views of their party’s new standard bearer.
When Trump talks protectionist tariffs, Hill Republicans discuss “comprehensive tax reform.” When Trump says he will build a border wall, GOP lawmakers refer to “securing the border,” perhaps without a physical barrier. When Trump talks about getting tough with China, lawmakers play down any major policy shift.

Kerry ‘fesses up about Obama’s ‘red line’
THESE TWO ASSCLOWNS WOULD F*CK UP A ONE-CAR FUNERAL
Secretary of State John Kerry told a painful truth on Sunday, admitting that President Obama’s “red line” fiasco in Syria “cost us significantly” by leading other nations to see America as weak.
UH, LURCH, THEY ALREADY KNEW YOU WERE WEAK
Kerry on Sunday fell back on two excuses. First he argued that it was a “misperception” that Washington had been weak, since Assad did give up (many of) his chems. But even he had to admit that “it doesn’t matter. It cost. Perception can often just be the reality.”
He also faulted Congress for not immediately OK’ing the use of force once the president asked — without noting that Obama, in the year after he drew the red line, never laid a bit of groundwork with Congress (or with America’s allies) for enforcing it.
If you issue a threat, then don’t even prepare to make good on it, all you’ve really made is … an empty bluff.

Uh Oh: Half Of Detroit’s Ballots Might Be Disqualified Due To Errors
CORRUPTION IN DETROIT? I’M SHOCKED! SHOCKED!
Michigan’s largest county voted overwhelmingly for Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, but officials couldn’t reconcile vote totals for 610 of 1,680 precincts during a countywide canvass of vote results late last month.
Most of those are in heavily Democratic Detroit, where the number of ballots in precinct poll books did not match those of voting machine printout reports in 59 percent of precincts, 392 of 662.

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2016-12-03

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Just Plain Tuesday

Can it be January already? Please? I’m getting a little sick of the crappy attitude the left has amplified since they got whupped. Is anybody else just a little nervous about the phony recall? Hillary can’t win, but the goal was to delegitimize Trump the way they did with W. after Florida 2000. All I can say is it’s a good thing he won by a big enough margin to overcome the rampant fraud that’s coming to light.

Half of Detroit votes may be ineligible for recount
One-third of precincts in Wayne County could be disqualified from an unprecedented statewide recount of presidential election results because of problems with ballots.
Michigan’s largest county voted overwhelmingly for Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, but officials couldn’t reconcile vote totals for 610 of 1,680 precincts during a countywide canvass of vote results late last month.
Most of those are in heavily Democratic Detroit, where the number of ballots in precinct poll books did not match those of voting machine printout reports in 59 percent of precincts, 392 of 662.

WHAT’S GOING ON? Trump Loses 16,648 Votes in Pennsylvania In the Last Week
Massive voter fraud in Pennsylvania has been identified. The final certified results in Pennsylvania show Donald Trump winning the state with 2,961,658 votes, while former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton won 2,913,903 votes. The difference is 47,755 votes. This is what is now reported after absentee ballots were counted as reported on Friday, December 2nd.
This means that of the 20,736 absentee ballots cast, 18,467 went to Clinton— This is highly suspect.
What’s Going On?
In addition, there were 41,120 more votes cast for President than for the Senate race in Pennsylvania when looking at the final tallies. This too is suspect.
50124343Over the weekend, voter fraud was reported in Nevada where Jill Stein and Hillary Clinton have not requested recounts. Of course this is because Hillary was awarded Nevada’s Electoral College votes in the election. Pennsylvania is one of the three states Stein and Clinton have chosen for recounts.

Federal judge orders recount in Michigan, placing Electoral College votes at risk
SO NICE TO HAVE FEDERAL JUDGES ON THE PAYROLL WHEN YOU NEED THEM
Goldsmith’s order thus puts Michigan’s 16 Electoral College votes at risk if the state cannot complete a hand recount of every ballot within the next eight days or if Goldsmith’s order is not overturned on appeal.
Goldsmith’s order thus puts Michigan’s 16 Electoral College votes at risk if the state cannot complete a hand recount of every ballot within the next eight days or if Goldsmith’s order is not overturned on appeal.

Obstruction Ahead: Senate Dems Plot Course to Delay or Derail Trump Cabinet Picks
Senate Democrats are preparing to put Donald Trump’s Cabinet picks through a grinding confirmation process, weighing delay tactics that could eat up weeks of the Senate calendar and hamper his first 100 days in office. Multiple Democratic senators told POLITICO in interviews last week that after watching Republicans sit on Merrick Garland’s nomination to the Supreme Court for nearly a year, they’re in no mood to fast-track Trump’s selections.

Bill Whittle’s Firewall: Hillary’s Final Disgrace
Just when you think she cannot sink any lower, she finds a way.
Bill Whittle is back with another Firewall commentary, this time about Hillary Clinton’s final disgrace. Benghazi. Emails. Even leaving her supporters out in the cold on election night while she smashed things and hit people… Just when you think she cannot sink any lower, she finds a way.

Lift the Vote: Evangelicals Made the Difference in Florida, Other Swing States
“Trump carried the Evangelical vote by an overwhelming 81-16 margin,” Lift the Vote said in a statement released last week, citing preliminary exit polling data from a Pew Research report released on November 9, the day after the election.
“That represents a three point increase for Trump over Romney’s percentage four years ago, and a five point decline in support for Clinton versus Obama … a total eight point swing,” Lift the Vote noted.

Senate Majority Leader McConnell Against Free Speech – Surrendering FCC to Obama
Multiple DC sources have confirmed to GotNews that an effort to give Democrats control of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for months into Trump’s presidency is actually being led by Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell himself.
McConnell has reached an agreement with President Barack Obama and Democratic Senator Harry Reid to trade away control of the FCC for in exchange for confirmation of his own staffer, Neil Chatterjee, to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)

WI Lawmaker: Dems Are Stalling, Recount Will Not Be Completed, State Will Be Forfeited– WON’T COUNT FOR TRUMP
All of the votes in Wisconsin have to be certified by December 13 before electors meet on December 19 to formally cast their votes.
Duffy noted that Jill Stein and Hillary Clinton operatives in Dane County Wisconsin, where liberal Madison is located, are deliberately slowing down the vote counting process (primarily by doing a hand recount) in an effort to disenfranchise Wisconsin electors from being able to cast their votes for Trump.

“They want to slow walk the vote counting so they can somewhat get a stain on the election of Donald Trump and start his presidency off with mud throwing and dirt throwing,” said Duffy.

Black Activists Launch Monthly Fee System For Whites To Pay Blacks
HOMEGIRLS WANNA GET THEY HUSTLE ON
The subscription service is called Safety Pin Box and was launched last week. Wearing a safety pin has recently become a symbol within the liberal community for one to show solidarity with minorities.
15241848_10154608390827906_9109967163630593451_nThe group is headed by Leslie Mac and Marissa Jenae Johnson. Johnson is one of the Black Lives Matter protesters who interrupted Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders during a speech in Seattle last year.

Kerry: Trump ‘elected chieftain’ — but America has other leaders too
CHIEFTAIN? DID HE REALLY USE THAT WORD?
President-elect Trump may have been “elected chieftain,” as Secretary of State John Kerry put it, but his policy priorities will be constrained by a need for consensus.
The outgoing secretary of state underlined the point by noting that “even in countries that are totalitarian by most measurements, there’s a lot of consensus-building … our future is not defined just by an election. I guess that’s the bottom line of what I’m saying.”

University’s ‘Whiteness Forum’ takes ‘critical look at whiteness’

Students at Cal State San Marcos on Thursday hosted a “Whiteness Forum” as part of a communications class they are enrolled in, setting up more than a dozen displays that highlighted what they contend is how white privilege has oppressed people of color in a variety of ways.
A “Make America White Again” display included an image of Donald Trump’s baseball hat and argued his campaign has led to a wave of hate crimes.
Other displays: “Gentrification is the new Colonialism,” “Stand up for Standing Rock” and a “Wheel of Whiteness.”
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Sanctuary campus supporters willing to ignore other laws
•Students at George Washington University, site of a recent walkout to demand a “sanctuary campus” to protect illegal immigrant students, say they favor defiance of other federal laws, too.
•Several students said they would like to make the campus a “sanctuary” from student loan debt, while others favored exemptions from underage drinking laws.

Hillary Supporter Bashes Elderly Woman Over the Head with Chair – Puts Gash in Her Forehead
A REAL TOUGH GUY
An argument over the recent election ended with one Donora, Pennsylvania, supporter of Hillary Clinton charged with assault after hitting a 69-year-old woman over the head with a chair, according to police.
Matthew Pugh, 27, was arrested on November 30 on charges of attempted homicide, aggravated assault, simple assault, and reckless endangerment, after allegedly attacking the elderly woman in the lobby of a high rise, according to the Observer-Reporter.

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Steven Crowder answers objections to the Electoral College

Electoral College Bullcrap

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Hitler finds out recount failed

From our friend Mindful Webworker.

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Back to Business

Neutered Dems are all bark, no bite on Trump’s nominees
pants16And even the press at this point seems to be admitting that there’s not much drama to a story about the Democratic minority trying to stop Trump’s nominees.
15285054_1465998070081350_3457795709693296452_n“Dems to unload on Mnuchin,” said a headline in Politico. The story said Democratic questions will “make for some uncomfortable hearings and negative headlines,” but aside from that possible discomfort, the story said nothing about actually blocking the nominee.

WI Lawmaker: Dems Are Stalling, Recount Will Not Be Completed, State Will Be Forfeited
Duffy said Democrats and far left Green Party supporters are stalling the recount in Dane County Wisconsin, where Madison is located. The county is holding a hand recount. The recount will not be completed by the deadline on December 20th. Therefore, according to Rep. Duffy, the state will quite possibly be forced to forfeit their electoral votes.
This was the plan all along. Democrats knew they couldn’t make up 20,000 votes. But they also knew if they stalled on the recount the state could not certify the vote.
Wisconsin, won fairly by Donald Trump, will forfeit.

Democrats Must Dig Faster and Use Bigger Shovels
Things the Democratic elites should do in order to live up to their party principles.
Barack Obama was an affirmative action president. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz and Donna Brazile were affirmative action DNC chairs. Hillary was an affirmative action presidential nominee.
As a result, the Democratic party has lost the White House, Senate, House of Representatives, many governorships, state and local legislatures, as well as the ability to make Supreme Court appointments that will determine the direction of the Judiciary for a generation. The Democrat party today is the weakest it has been since the 1920s.
My only regret is that the Democrats hadn’t tested all of their half-baked ideas on their party first, before forcing them on the entire nation. Had they done that, their party would not have survived natural selection and today’s Republicans would have to compete with a lot more sensible group of people.

Trump’s Four-Pronged Plan to Jumpstart America’s Economy
Both parties have been shocked to the core by Trump’s election — so there is less chance Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi will wage major battles to stop most items on Trump’s economic agenda.
But they will complain. One likely item on the jobs agenda is Trump’s promise to cut the corporate tax rate. Corporations have been a favorite target of Democrats, but the political tactics didn’t work on Nov. 8. Most Americans in swing states just wanted more jobs and better wages.
Laffer says the corporate tax rate in the United States is the highest in the 35 member-nations of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. The United States recently overtook Japan with a top federal corporate rate of 35 percent — or 39.1 percent, if you include state taxes.
Trump would like to cut the top rate to 15 percent.

CNN Host Acts As Condescending As Possible To Trump Supporters In Focus Group
The “New Day” host was conducting a discussion with several longtime Donald Trump supporters and was skeptical when one woman claimed that 3 million illegal immigrants cast election ballots in California.
“Did you hear President Obama say that illegal people could vote?” she pressed. “Tell me, where?”
Another woman offered that you can “Google it and find it on Facebook,” which Camerota proceeded to do.

Joe Manchin may be Trump’s energy secretary
THERE IS A METHOD TO HIS MADNESS… BOTH COME FROM RED STATES WITH REPUBLICAN GOVERNORS, WHO WOULD APPOINT THEIR SUCCESSORS.
The senator from West Virginia would be the second Democrat that Trump is reportedly considering for a Cabinet post. The Trump team formally announced Thursday that Sen. Heidi Heitkamp from oil giant North Dakota, who opposes President Obama’s climate rules and supports the development of clean coal, will be visiting with Trump in New York on Friday.

Texas to Require That Aborted Babies Be Buried or Cremated
The new rules are part what the governor said are meant to “reflect our respect for the sanctity of life” and “turn the tides against the soulless abortion industry in Texas,” according to a fundraising email he sent in July, HuffPost reported.
The cost of cremation, which can be as high as $10,000, will be paid by the facilities that dispose of the aborted baby’s remains, the article noted.
The Texas Tribune reported that the new rules don’t apply to “miscarriages or abortions that occur at home.” Furthermore, birth or death certificates won’t be “required for ‘proper disposition’ under the rules.”
According to the Tribune, health officials said the rules will go into effect on Dec. 19.

Dems Think They Can Pressure Trump Into Keeping Overtime Regulation
I’M HOPING TRUMP WON’T PLAY BY THESE CLOWNS’ RULES.
The regulation, enacted by Obama and his labor secretary, requires most employers to pay overtime to salaried workers who earn less than $47,476 a year. It was supposed to go into full-effect on December 1st, but has been temporarily blocked by a Texas federal judge. Republican leadership on the Hill has already said the rule tops the list of Obama regulations on their chopping block list

World Mayors Gather To Plot Trump-Era Climate Plan
HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE FOR THEM TO REALIZE THAT TRUMP IS NOT THE SOCIALIST THAT OBAMA WAS AND WITHOUT AMERICA’S PARTICIPATION ALL THEY HAVE IS THE HOT AIR THEY CLAIM TO BE WORRIED ABOUT
As leaders of busy, polluted cities home to millions of people, they want countries to push on with adopting the so-called Paris Agreement to limit harmful emissions — an accord that Trump has cast doubt on.
“In the aftermath of this election there’s never been a more important time for those city leaders to stay on course — the whole world is counting on them,” said Clover Moore, mayor of Sydney, Australia.

Obama set to give ‘final’ counterterrorism speech to troops
Will describe success of his ‘no combat’ strategy
obamajpeg-04a87_s878x615SPEC OPS ARE THE MOST EFFECTIVE KILLING MACHINES ON THE PLANET. IMAGINE WHAT THESE HARDASSES ARE THINKING AS THEY GET LECTURED BY THE WORLD’S #1 CANDYASS.
The White House said Mr. Obama will travel on Tuesday to MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida, the same military base where he declared in 2014 that U.S. troops deploying to Iraq as military advisers would have no combat role against Islamic State extremists.
“We will train and equip our partners. We will advise them and we will assist them,” Mr. Obama told troops at the time. “As your commander-in-chief, I will not commit you and the rest of our Armed Forces to fighting another ground war in Iraq.”

White House Announces Support For Requiring Women To Register For Draft
“As old barriers for military service are being removed, the administration supports — as a logical next step — women registering for the Selective Service,” Price said, using the formal name for the military draft.
HE HAS TWO CHANCES OF GETTING THIS: SLIM AND NONE. FAT ALREADY LEFT TOWN

Oh Boy: Some Electoral College Electors Form 527 Group To Prevent Trump From Becoming President
An upstart group of Electoral College voters have formed a political non-profit organization to fund a campaign to deny Donald Trump the presidency.
But while a campaign organizer says the movement has secured one anonymous Republican, it remains an unlikely, last-ditch effort for opponents of the president-elect.
The paperwork filed Tuesday with the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office creates a “527” group, which can raise unlimited donations from individuals, corporations and labor unions for political activities.

Professor: Islamophobia plays pivotal role in terrorism
ISLAMOPHOBE: SOMEONE WHO KNOWS THE TRUTH ABOUT ISLAM

Crowley: The Party of Obama and Its Bitter Reckoning
Eight years ago, the Democratic Party gambled that a young, inexperienced but charismatic senator could deliver the presidency and with it, sustained national electoral success. They were half-right: they got the presidency but lost the country.
It turns out that President Obama’s promised “fundamental transformation of the nation” was not what it was cracked up to be — and it instead cracked up his party.
They have learned nothing from the Republican sweeps of 2010, 2014 and 2016 — because committed leftist ideologues can’t — won’t — adapt.

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How the faithful voted: A preliminary 2016 analysis

Presidential vote by religious affiliation and race

In case you were interested

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The Recount Follies

It is a fact that when democrats lose, especially in a monumental upset, they vent their anger in most curious ways. Petulant, egotistical, and bitter, they strike out in all directions in an attempt to get what they want, regardless of morals, ethics, or dignity. Now comes huckster Jill Stein. Fourth place finisher behind Trump, Clinton, and Gary Johnson, looking to cash in on the hysteria. She has raised some $7 million to ‘fund’ this Kabuki theater. Most of it will probably end up in her bank account. As long as it’s not taxpayer money, in the words of my grandson, “I’m good with that.”

Stringent PA Laws That Protect Democrat Voter Fraud May Stop Hillary from Stealing US Election
WHEN I WAS A VERY YOUNG BOY, MY GRANDFATHER TOLD ME IF YOU HOLD A SNAKE BY THE TAIL IT WILL TURN AROUND AND BITE YOU.
The problem with Pennsylvania’s recount process though for Stein and Clinton is that according to state law three voters in each precinct or election district in Pennsylvania must submit a notarized affidavit to the clerk in their individual election districts in order to initiate a recount. There are 9,163 precincts in Pennsylvania. As of noon Monday,the Philadelphia city Board of Elections had received petitions for 35 of the 1,686 voting divisions in Philadelphia, according to City Commissioner Al Schmidt. By 5:30 p.m., that number was 74— about 4 percent of the city’s total divisions
The laws in Pennsylvania are so stringent that it makes it nearly impossible to have a recount in the state. Unfortunately for Republicans there have been numerous mentions of fraud over the years in the city of Philadelphia alone. For example in 2012, in 59 voting divisions in the city, Mitt Romney received not one vote.
The Pennsylvania laws prevent a recount in areas like Philadelphia where there is good reason to suspect Democrat fraud. This year these same stringent laws may prevent Hillary from stealing the US election.

Oops! Jill Stein Misses Pennsylvania Recount Deadline – But She Did Raise a Ton of Cash
Green Party candidate raised enough money for a recount of votes in Pennsylvania but she missed the deadline on Monday to file.
It was a nearly impossible task to begin with.
Despite her successful fundraising effort, state law made Jill Stein’s potential Pennsylvania recount next to impossible.

Stein missed the deadline.
Trump won Pennsylvania by over 70,000 votes.
This was all a scam.

Wisconsin Rejects Doing Recount By Hand, Stein To Sue
The Wisconsin Elections Commission set a timetable Monday for a recount of the presidential election but rejected a request to conduct it by hand made by Green Party candidate Jill Stein, who quickly responded that she would sue.
It will be a race to finish the recount in time to meet a daunting federal deadline, and the lawsuit could delay the process. Under state law, the recount must begin this week as long as Stein or another candidate pays the $3.5 million estimated cost of the recount by Tuesday, election officials said.

Wisconsin Insider on Recount: Expect MASSIVE DNC Voter Fraud to be Exposed
The Wisconsin Elections Commission set a timetable Monday for a recount of the presidential election but rejected a request for a hand recount. The commission is made up of three Democrats and three Republicans. It adopted the recount plans unanimously.
Meanwhile a Wisconsin insider on 4Chan said to expect the recount to expose massive DNC fraud.
The Anonymous “insider” says the recount will reveal people out of state voting, non citizens voting, people voting numerous times, and nursing home violations.
Be ready for Trump to improve his margin of victory

Jill Stein’s recount is a scam — and it also trolls Trump
Jill Stein’s cynical push for recounts in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan has two obvious goals: to raise more political cash, and to “troll” President-elect Donald Trump. She’s succeeding on both fronts — the interests of the nation be damned.
It’s a pander to liberal hysteria over Trump’s win that will doubtless feed conspiracy theories for years to come. (At least she left Florida out of it this time.)

Krauthammer: Stein Is the ‘Ralph Nader of 2016 Now Cashing in on Her Sabotage of Clinton Campaign’
For this reason, Krauthammer made comparisons to the 2000 election, when Ralph Nader drew enough votes away from Al Gore in Florida to tip the state in George W. Bush’s favor.
“This is the Ralph Nader of 2016 now cashing in on her sabotage, there’s no other word, of the Clinton campaign,” he said.

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Is recount a pipe dream?

According to the article linked below, the answer seems to be Yes for Pennsylvania and Michigan.

  • Pennsylvania regulations require the challenger to file for a court appeal and present a prima facie case showing that voter fraud probably occurred.  But nobody has uncovered any evidence that it did.
  • Michigan regulations require the challenger to not only prove probable cause, but also to file challenges county-by-county.  Michigan is the closest margin state Stein says she wants to challenge.  But even there, Trump’s win exceeds the largest margin ever overcome in a recount.

Wisconsin apparently has more permissive rules, so a recount may be possible there.  But to switch the winner, Trump would have to lose 36 electoral votes to Clinton. Wisconsin only has 10 electoral votes.

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