Trump won the election.. 58% to 42%
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« on: September 08, 2017, 02:30:04 pm »

The official election result was 306 to 232 in favor of Trump... but it seems that Trump won New Hampshire.. making that 310 to 228.
In fact, it's even more significant than that.. because when the electoral college met.  Several electors did NOT vote who they were pledged to vote for.  The moonbats were hoping that the electors would cast their electoral votes for Hillary instead of Trump.. but in fact... the OPPOSITE happened!

Clinton lost 5 electoral votes, 4 in Washington and one in Hawaii
Trump lost 2 electoral votes in Texas.
Three other's ATTEMPTED to flip from Clinton

These 7 votes went to
Colin Powell (3 votes)
Faith Spotted Eagle (1 vote)
John Kasich (1 vote)
Ron Paul (1 vote)
Bernie Sanders (1 vote)

So, officially it's 306 to 232  or 56.9% for Trump
but after this NH revelation it's actually 310 to 228
Who knows why the ACTUAL electoral votes are being ignored by the media.. but that takes away 5 from Hillary and 2 from Trump
making it  308 to 223
3 more attempted to change their Hillary ballots, but could not.  We can debate if those 3 should have been counted making it
308 to 220
So, the final election results are actually either Trump winning
308 to 223 or  58% of the electoral votes
or if you think those attempted switches should have counted
308 to 220 or 58.3%

and this is amusing.. the FINAL poll of the LATIMES gave Hillary 352 electoral votes! That's 65.4% for Hillary!  Hillary actually only got 42% so they had a 23.4 point error!   That has to be the biggest error ever in an election.  So much for the credibility of the moonbat media.


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« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2017, 08:07:22 am »

In the 2000 election, 2 electoral votes went to GWB "in protest" over the electoral college system.   As far as I'm aware, this is the first time this has happened. 

At the time of GWB, 5 or 6 Presidential elections were lost in the electoral college, even though they won the popular vote.   For some reason, 7 is the number that sticks in my mind for this happening to date.

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