Petition DEMANDING Electoral College Voters Abandon Trump Gathers 4.5 MILLION Signatures

Petition DEMANDING Electoral College Voters Abandon Trump Gathers 4.5 MILLION Signatures


And after 17 days of the election liberals can not reconcile that their candidate Hillary Clinton lost and always talk like that was unfair that Trump defeated Clinton even though she won the popular vote.

So now liberals have decided to do something about it.

Daily Mail announced that most loyal supporters of Hillary Clinton are spreading a petition urging electors to put Clinton’s name down on December 19, even if she did not win the majority of ballots in their state.

The petition begins with: ”If they all vote the way their states voted, Donald Trump will win. However, in 14 of the states in Trump’s column, they can vote for Hillary Clinton without any legal penalty if they choose.”

As of now, Trump is on track to get 306 electoral votes if Michigan is called in his favor, but without that state, he’s only at 290 votes. Since the threshold to become president is 270 electoral votes, liberals are holding onto the hope that they can swing enough electors to betray their Trump-voting states and instead put Clinton’s name down on their ballot.

This petition was signed by 4.6 million people. But in fact, the chances of getting their way are too small. Even if they manage to convince enough electors to turn on Trump, the House of Representatives would choose between Clinton and Trump if the Electoral College can not come to a decision. Since the House has a Republican majority, it’s obvious that they would choose Trump.

However, this fact apparently has not stopped liberals to spread this  ridiculous petition.

The petition said the following: “Mr. Trump is unfit to serve. His scapegoating of so many Americans, and his impulsivity, bullying, lying, admitted the history of sexual assault and utter lack of experience make him a danger to the Republic,”Secretary Clinton WON THE POPULAR VOTE and should be President.”

What do you think about this?