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Trump accuses millions of voting illegally this past election
by Lynda Carson (tenantsrule [at] yahoo.com)
Monday Nov 28th, 2016 6:15 PM
If all goes well for the American people, the electors will not vote for President-elect Donald Trump on December 19, and President-elect Donald Trump will not take the oath of office on January 20, 2017!
Trump accuses millions of voting illegally this past election

By Lynda Carson - November 28, 2016

Without a shred of evidence to back up his bizarre psychotic claims, in a Tweet statement, President-elect Donald Trump claims that millions " https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump " of people have voted illegally, stating that this is why he lost the popular vote to Hillary Clinton by over 2.2 million votes. Trump falsely is claiming that serious voter fraud occurred in Virginia, New Hampshire and California without any evidence to back up his delusional beliefs.

Since Jill Stein of the Green Party decided to go for a presidential election recount in the state of Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, Republicans and their supporters have gone wacky.

Hillary Clinton decided to join Jill Steen in seeking a presidential election recount in the states of Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania, which has unhinged President-elect Donald trump.

President-elect Donald J. Trump, who recently agreed to pay $25 million to 7,000 former students of Trump University after they claimed they were ripped off, who allegedly is a sexual predator, who was sued for discriminating against African-Americans at his apartment buildings, and was raised by his father who was allegedly arrested at a Ku Klux Klan brawl with the cops, has picked alleged bigot Stephen Bannon as his “chief strategist and senior counselor,” to help bring into reality the plans for his first 100 days in the White House. Known for being a racist, Trump has filed for bankruptcy on a number of occasions.

Republicans are so concerned about an election recount, that Trump spokesperson Kellyanne Conway made a threat to have Hillary Clinton prosecuted if she pursues the election recount that is expected to occur in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania. In Wisconsin, they have until December 13 to do an election recount, or the elector’s votes will be forfeited.

Regardless how the election recount may go, it will be up to the electors of the Electoral College in each state to vote for, or against, President-elect Donald Trump on December 19, as is required under federal law. It is possible that faithless electors of the Electoral College will not vote for Trump, and may switch their votes to Hillary Clinton, or not vote at all on December 19.

If all goes well for the American people, the electors will not vote for President-elect Donald Trump on December 19, and President-elect Donald Trump will not take the oath of office on January 20, 2017.

Protesters have already hit the streets in protest in advance against a possible Trump administration that will have conflicts of interest, and millions more are expected to protest against Trump on or before January 20, 2017. In response, the Trump campaign has already put together a hit list against it’s opponents, and people are being targeted.

Trump fans and White Nationalists are delighted by the recent pick of Stephen Bannon, a well known bigot, by Trump for his administration. This does not bode well for our nation’s affordable housing programs, and the millions of families being assisted by these life saving housing programs.

Once president-elect Donald J. Trump gets into office in the White House, the Trump administration will probably be very hostile to the nation’s affordable housing programs. This includes public housing, the Housing Choice Voucher Program (Section 8 voucher program) and project-based voucher rental assistance programs that millions of families, including the elderly, poor, disabled, and veterans depend on.

President-Elect Donald J. Trump has repeatedly threatened, that if he gets into the White House he plans to cut our nation’s non defense domestic programs, including housing and poverty programs, so that the money he grabs from the domestic non defense programs can be shifted to military defense programs, including the pentagon.

Trump claims that he wants to cut our nation’s non defense domestic poverty programs by 1% a year, which threatens millions of families across the nation with displacement from their affordable housing units. Making matters worse, with Trump in the White House, and Republicans controlling the House and the Senate, this allows Congressman Paul Ryan to follow through with his threats to make massive spending cuts to the Department of Housing and Development (HUD), and our nation’s affordable housing programs.

At the least, Trump appears to be psychotic, and it may be up to the electors of the Electoral College to vote against President-elect Donald Trump on December 19, to make certain that President-elect Donald Trump will not be allowed to take the oath of office on January 20, 2017.

Lynda Carson may be reached at tenantsrule [at] yahoo.com

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Trump Allies Try To Block Election Recount in Three StatesLynda CarsonFriday Dec 2nd, 2016 3:54 PM
Update: Jill Stein sues Wisconsin to go through with vote recountPosted by Lynda CarsonTuesday Nov 29th, 2016 1:08 PM