America is waiting impatiently! We are so close to the electoral college votes. It is pretty clear who the winner is, but we heard a lot about Democrat’s pressure on Electoral College to make Hilary somehow/anyhow the victor.
However, nothing could be stronger than the voice of the people. Americans give their support to Donald Trump like never before in modern American history. He is a real leader, intelligent and popular, real patriot, instead of Obama who was corrupted rotten liberal snake. The electors know these things, and they are going to listen the word of the nation!
“Hell will freeze and we will be skating on the lava before I change,” said Republican Tom Lawless of Tennessee. “He won the state and I’ve pledged and gave my word that that’s what I would do. And I won’t break it.”
Republican elector Jim Skaggs of Kentucky said he will swallow his concerns and vote for Trump.
“His personality worries me,” Skaggs said. “He is not open-minded. I hope he is far better than I think he is.”Misgivings aside, he said, “I fully intend to vote for Donald Trump. I think it’s a duty.”
Although being an elector is usually a very low-key role in America’s political process, electors told AP that has not been the case with Trump’s election.
“Let me give you the total as of right now: 48,324 emails about my role as an elector,” said Brian Westrate of Wisconsin. “I have a Twitter debate with a former porn star from California asking me to change my vote. It’s been fascinating.”
— Brian Westrate (@BrianWestrate) December 13, 2016
Although efforts to stop Trump have been organized, they have not been effective, said some electors.
“We got a stack of letters from idiots,” said Republican elector Edward Robson of Arizona.Fellow Arizona GOP elector Carole Joyce said the deluge has been profound.“They’ve caused me great distress on my computer, that’s for sure,” she said.
“I average anywhere from a thousand to 3,000 emails a day. And I’m getting inundated in my regular mailbox out front — anywhere from 17 to 35 letters a day coming from Washington state, Oregon, all around the country. Hand-written, some of them five or six pages long, quoting me the Federalist Papers, the Constitution, asking me again out of desperation not to vote for Donald Trump,” she said.Joyce was philosophical about the fuss.“… that’s their right,” she said. “I’ve had nothing threatening, I’m happy to say. The election is over. They need to move on.”
That is right! The election is over! Why these liberals cant just cut it off? It was a long struggle. They used Jill Stein, they used hundreds of crazy hippie protesters, they even used the mainstream media once again. They are not strong enough, they are not stronger than the people of the USA! God bless America!