17 November 2016

Hillary LOST the Popular Vote; a Snowy Morning, National News, and Airlines

The current LIE being promoted by Democrats and their so-deep-in-their-pocket-they're-bruised-by-the-nickels-and-dimes MSM [have I mentioned yet that if you believe anything these proven LIARS say after this year, you're a friggin' moron?] is that: Hillary won the popular vote.

                  Trump            Hillary
CNN      60,948,836     61,993,136
NYT      60,913,096     61,917,919
Politico  60,526,852     61,342,576

NO, Hillary did NOT win the popular vote.
Let's take a round number of say, at the very least FOUR MILLION votes off the top of those Hillary numbers because of VOTER FRAUD:
- Long-time Clinton crony and apparatchik [read: crook], Terry McAuliffe now Governor of Virginia, pardoned 60,000 convicted felons and restored their voting rights, swinging the state for Hillary.
- Governor Moonbeam of California issued driver's licenses to illegal aliens, allowing them to vote resulting in several MILLION illegal alien, non-citizen, votes for Hillary.
- The corrupt Democrat bastions of Illinois, New York, and California alone turned-out at least 1.8 MILLION dead voters for Hillary, accounting for 90% of the voter fraud uncovered (so far).
- No one yet 'knows' how many Soros-owned voting machines changed how many Trump votes into Hillary votes right before the voter's eyes.

So, you do the math. Take four million votes away from Ms. Clinton, and see how those totals compare.

If want to be conservative (see what I did there?), follow Karl Rove's advice. Think of him whatever you will, he's an intelligent man, and he said that the Democrats' fraud amounts to about 5 percent of the vote. That's over three million, so the math still works out.

By any reasonable estimation, Donald Trump won the popular vote.

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We had about a half-inch of snow when I left the house this morning, and it was snowing lightly all the way into Anchorage. But it's in the low 20s, and the snow is light and fluffy. Powder swirling around on the roads isn't a concern, and it's cold enough that nothing has gotten slick.


We don't need any repeats of the fatal accident from two days ago. That one was caused by a southbound driver who reportedly lost control on an icy patch, went through the median, and hit three northbound cars. Unfortunately, he was killed in the impact, and his family is grieving over the loss of their 19-year-old son.

Let's be careful out there ... please?

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I see that Jake Clapper has handed in his resignation.

Could John Koskinen be next?

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And just in time for the winter travel-to-warm-places season, the IATA reports that so-called "air rage" incidents on airliners are increasing, up 14% last year.

Sigh ...


Sandy said...

Rev. Paul,

Be careful up there with the snow, and the ice spots.

I've been tuning off all the political news on the radio/tv. It's so tiring listening to all crap shoveled out by the media.

Rev. Paul said...

Sandy, I'm with you. We're trying to avoid as much political news as possible, especially now that Fox News has drunk some of the Progressive Kool-Aid. So much of what we're being told is outright lies that it would be distressing, if we believed it.

LindaG said...

Air rage?

My condolences to the family of the young man. May God comfort all who knew him.

There is still the matter of states that do not count their absentee ballots, if the number of ballots is less than the difference between the top candidates, too. Those ballots are often conservative though, so they probably don't matter anyway.

Good way to put this. I had actually forgotten about voter fraud.

Rev. Paul said...

Linda, "air rage" is the term (like "road rage") applied to passengers who become unruly, uncooperative, combative, or whatever else. It often requires the pilot to divert to the nearest airport so that air marshals, local police, or whomever can take the person away. Strangely enough, it often involves alcohol.

LindaG said...

Oh. Right. I hadn't realized it had become so problematic. Should not be surprised.

I think winter may be here. You all be safe.