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Little Donny, Lamers And the Popular Vote

One of  the current main stream media fake news stories is that Little Donny, b/k/a Donald Trump is lying about winning the popular vote. from Red State [1]:

I don’t get it with this guy, sometimes. Donald Trump won the Presidential election. He was sworn in. He is the President of the United States.  For some imbecilic reason, he still wants to litigate the results of the election in November, publicly and is repeating a claim he cannot support with evidence.

We know Hillary Clinton won the popular vote. Every Democrat who gets their face on television blathers about it nonstop. But it is irrelevant. Donald Trump can argue about the number of people who showed up at his inauguration, but do you know how many turned up for Hillary Clinton’s? Zero. 

Little Donny has a thin skin and a big ego, much like his predecessor Dim Won.   It seems that nobody knows if it was illegal voters who gave Mrs. Clinton her popular vote victory.  Then on the other shoe,  neither do we know that it did not.   Clinton won the popular vote in California by what three million votes, and in California you do not have be a citizen to vote.   All you need to vote in California is a driver’s license, and California issues driver’s licenses to illegal alien, from Investors Business Daily [2]:

But, in fact, it’s almost certain that illegals did vote — and in significant numbers. Whether it was three million or not is another question.

While states control the voter registration process, some states are so notoriously slipshod in their controls (California, Virginia and New York — all of which have political movements to legalize voting by noncitizens — come to mind) that it would be shocking if many illegals didn’t vote. Remember, a low-ball estimate says there are at least 11 million to 12 million illegals in the U.S., but that’s based on faulty Census data. More likely estimates put the number at 20 million to 30 million.

It is true that Little Donny has no proof that he won the popular vote, but it also true that the New York Times has no proof that he did not.