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Post Election Analysis - Hillary President of California.

I find this AMAZING!!!! You gotta love California – or maybe not: I was listening to talk radio the other day when they were talking about some or most of us Californians being in a love-hate relationship with the state – count me in on that group.

It’s really very scary to think that given the existing political environment, that liberal Californians could have tipped the scales of a national election. It’s already bad enough that such a large state with such differing needs is controlled by the southern half of the state’s urban voters. At some point while listening to the various popular vote vs. Electoral College arguments and bitching, I wondered how much of the CA vote impacted the national popular vote difference, but I never got around to checking. Even I would not have guessed that CA was the difference! Now I/we know:

Post Election Analysis - Hillary President of California.

We hear a cacophony of blaring and bleating from the media and the Hillary gaggle that she won the popular vote and therefore she should be president, 60,839,497 to 60,265,847. 47.8% to 47,3% with the remaining 4.9% going to the other candidates.

But here are the facts:

Trump won the popular vote in 31 states to her 19 and DC. 62% to her 38%.

Trump led in the total popular vote for all states except California.

Hillary won California 5,860,714 to Trump’s 3,151,821. 61.6% to 33.1% exclusive of the other candidates. Thus, California gave Hillary the popular vote for all states as claimed by the Democrats.

But deduct her California vote from her national vote leaving her with 54,978,783, and deduct Trump’s California vote from his national total, leaving him with 57,113.976, he wins in a landslide in the other 49 states, 51.3% to her 48.7%. So, in effect, Hillary was elected president of California and Trump was elected president of the rest of the country by a substantial margin.

This exemplifies the wisdom of the Electoral College, to prevent the vote of any one populace state from overriding the vote of the others. Trump’s Campaign Manager, Kellyanne Conway, whose expertise is polling, saw this early on and devised her strategy of “6 pathways to the White House”.

This meant ignoring California with its huge Democrat majority and going after the states that would give him the necessary electoral votes to win, FL, NC, MI, PA, OH, and WI.

At its lowest point since the civil war! Could this mean the end of the Democrat Party? When the afternoon of January 20, 2017 arrives, the Republican Party will have:

1) The Presidency.

2) A majority of the House of Representatives.

3) A majority of the Senate.

4) Almost two-thirds of all the governorships.

5) Total control of the statehouses in almost two-thirds of all the states.

And in the near future, Republicans will be able to add:

6) A majority of the Supreme Court.

The above has never happened before in American history. Think about that and let it sink in for a moment. And it's all because of one reason: Barack Obama's forcing his extreme far-left agenda on an unwilling country by executive orders, left wing judges, and obsequious bureaucrats.

It's important to pass this on. With the demand that we do away with the Electoral College and take the popular vote being pushed by the media, etc, all Americans need to know that the Electoral College is working exactly as our Founding Fathers intended.

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