Trump Just Got Some AWESOME News…Liberals Are In Full MELTDOWN Over This!

On November 8th, 2016, America witnessed history as Donald Trump, a man with no political or military experience, won the Presidency of the United States by breaching 270 electoral votes.

But everyone knows Democrats are sore losers and wouldn’t stand for it.

Even when the “squeaker” turned out to be a blowout victory of 306 electoral votes for Trump, a plan was already underway to undermine the democratic results. Hillary Clinton did her best to play the gracious loser, an undercover plan to delegitimize Trump was already being executed.

Hillary turned to her patsy, the super-liberal Green Party candidate Jill Stein to throw a wrench in the works.  Unfortunately for them, things did not go as they planned.

From the Washington Examiner:

Jill Stein has everything she needs to launch a presidential recount. She’s got the cash, the grassroots fervor and the spotlight of an adoring media. But there’s one thing she needs to overturn Trump’s victory: a calendar.

Stein missed Pennsylvania’s deadline to file for a voter-initiated recount. That blown deadline is a huge blow for Democrats who have pinned their hopes on recounts in the Keystone State, Michigan and Wisconsin.”

According to Wanda Murren, spokeswoman for the Pennsylvania Department of State,” the Philadelphia Inquirer reported Monday, “the deadline for a voter-initiated recount was Monday, Nov. 21.

Donald Trump was understandably frustrated with the Clinton camp, who seemed to have reneged on a deal they had made to concede graciously, no matter who came out on top.

Unfortunately, this story may not be the end of it, but just like Hillary’s waning chances on election night as the path to victory closed up, so too are Stein and Clinton’s opportunities to thwart the people’s will.

“Allied with Clinton’s camp, Stein can still mount a legal challenge. While the chances of litigation are uncertain, the vote tally is clear. Trump beat Clinton in Pennsylvania, a feat not accomplished by a Republican since Ronald Reagan in 1984.

Source: Washington Examiner

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