One Is The Loneliest Number

Hillary Clinton Shrugging

The presidential election recount is benefiting Hillary Clinton in ways never thought imaginable.

The first day of Wisconsin’s presidential recount narrowed the gap between former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and President-elect Donald Trump by precisely one vote.

Trump defeated Clinton in Wisconsin’s initial tally by about one percent, or just over 22,000 votes. Nevertheless, Green Party candidate Jill Stein (who finished a very distant fourth) is demanding a full recount after suggesting fraud or technological glitches may have swayed the results. In response to Stein’s demand, Wisconsin began recounting all its ballots Thursday.

In fairness, it’s only one day. After a week or two, they may find three or four more Clinton votes!

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9 thoughts on “One Is The Loneliest Number

  1. And they still don’t realize they are ticking off the voters of these three states more and more. Stein did not raise enough money to pay for all recount efforts and it is going to cost the taxpayers of these states millions of dollars. What a load!!! Hill and Bill need to just put a stop to this nonsense and fade off into the sunset.

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  2. And Stein dropped the recount effort in Penn, blaming outdated, antiquated laws that told her she had to pony up $1 million (c’mon, you know you said it in Doctor Evil’s voice).

    So, a big thumbs up for Penn, they gave the world 2 things: Trump wins & Wyatt

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    1. Looks like I typed too soon. Now the crazy b!tch is threatening to file a federal lawsuit to force Penn to do the recount (she’s probably just trying to keep the $$$ for her self).

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  3. Hillary Clinton will never be President of the United States of America.

    We all know this, it’s just so much fun to type that and read it.

    Carry on, y’all.

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