Thursday, November 24, 2016

Presidential Election Update: Still Not Over? Trump, Clinton, Pizzagate

It appears as if George Soros’ pre-election threat during a Bloomberg interview to use the electoral college to secure a Hillary Clinton victory is one step closer to being realized.

According to the Epoch Times:

“Several prominent members of the Electoral College are planning a “revolt” against President-elect Donald Trump—a long-shot move to prevent him being officially elected.

Each member of the Electoral College will have to cast an official ballot for the president on Dec. 19. But at least six Democratic electors are trying to deny Trump from winning an Electoral College majority in an attempt to block Trump and undermine the Electoral College’s legitimacy.

The six “faithless electors,” as they’re called, have vowed to cast ballots that don’t align with the popular vote in their respective states in an effort to persuade Republicans to vote against Trump.

“The Founding Fathers created the Electoral College as the last line of defense, and I think we must do all that we can to ensure that we have a Reasonable Republican candidate who shares our American values,” Michael Baca, an elector, said in a statement.”

If you watched my pre-election Youtube video, you know that I predicted that there would be no election winner until April of 2017.  In a subsequent video, I also predicted that there will be an assassination attempt against Donald Trump as soon as early January.

Now, if the electoral college manages to reduce their votes for Donald Trump below the 270 votes required to officially win the presidency, he is screwed.  But, that does not guarantee that Hillary Clinton will win enough votes to hit the minimum 270 either!

This means that there will be NO WINNER (as predicted) until the House of Representatives, led by Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, decides who the president will be!  And, if there’s agreement between both parties that neither Trump or Clinton is fit to lead the country, will that mean Paul Ryan, the next in line anyway, will be the President (as I predicted previously)?  We’ll have to wait and see because this one’s just too tough to call!

Happy Thanksgiving!


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