The Pew Research Center found that 4 percent of Hillary's voters now regret voting for her. That works out to 2 million votes based on the 65 million she received.
Only 1 percent of President Trump's voters do.
That 3 percent difference would have placed them in a virtual tie in the number of votes. That also would mean Trump would have picked up Maine, Minnesota, Nevada, and New Hampshire, giving him a 328-210 win in the Electoral College.
That would have been a 118-vote victory.
Oh wait. Hillary tampered with the Electoral College, which meant he would have still lost two votes there and she would have lost five, for a 121-vote loss for Hillary.
On Election Day she actually lost by 74.
Juvenile fits gave consequences.
From Pew Research:
In the wake of the election, Republicans are feeling more optimistic about their party’s future. By contrast, Democrats’ optimism about the Democratic Party’s future has declined. And Democrats are more likely than Republicans to say their party has done too little to address the concerns of a number of groups, including women, minorities and residents of rural areas.Democrats have done zilch to show they will mend their ways, re-electing the entire House leadership, which consists of three pre-Baby Boom dinosaurs.
From Salena Zito:
What the political class astoundingly still doesn’t get is that people, even those who supported Clinton, are tired of Trump’s win being blamed on fake news, the Comey letter and the Russians.
They’re tired of every story about the election beginning with “But, Hillary won the popular vote.” And they’re tired of protesters protesting something they can’t change.
And they’re clearly not alone.I would say hush to her and beg her not to spill this secret.
But the elites don't listen to people like us. We live in places like Pittsburgh and Poca. What do we know about America?
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