“Treasonous To Not Accept Election Results”


Three days ago, Democrats said it was treasonous to not accept election results. Now they are burning down cities, attacking people and calling for the rape of the future First Lady


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35 Responses to “Treasonous To Not Accept Election Results”

  1. Ralph says:

    How many of these protesters are paid by sore loser Democrats or their supporters?

  2. Ralph says:

    BTW has anyone seen any reports that state that any touch screen voting machine was causing the vote to be switched from Democrat to Republican due to a calibration error? I can’t remember a single one.

  3. Robertv says:

    They realise that without power they become useless eaters. They now have to find a real job to make a living.

  4. Latitude says:

    That’s the base they’ve been cultivating for years…
    …now their base is going to pull them so far left

    It guarantees Trump two terms

    • RAH says:

      Trump is 70 years old. If he isn’t assassinated and survives his first term I have serious doubts he will run for a second. We have seen that the job takes a lot out of a person even if they didn’t have an agenda nearly as ambitious as Trumps.

    • RAH says:

      Trump is the oldest person ever elected POTUS. Reagan was the previous record holder and though he made two terms even I, a person that had probably more reason than many others at the time to support him, will admit that he was well into decline by the middle of his second term.
      So we shall see. But if this blog is still around I will remember and remind you of your all knowing curt response to a reasonable doubt bub.

      • Latitude says:

        RAH, that was just what I thought

        Not all knowing or curt

      • Ernest Bush says:

        If you can believe the book and video “Killing Reagan,” at least part of Reagan’s decline was due to being shot. Speaking as a 73-year old, I recently had 3 stents implanted. After a week to recoup and adjust to medicines, I have developed a really restless spirit. I intend to zoom past 74 without noticing. So don’t be so quick to judge Trump’s abilities over time.

        My 70’s really are my father’s 60’s. I have no problems driving my ’98 Civic all over Southern California and Arizona. I intend to drive through Colorado and Texas next summer. My car just past 206,000 miles and I intend to take it up to 300,00.

        • Latitude says:

          …my next door neighbor is 92
          They have a huge yard.
          I watched him cut his grass this morning with a push mower.
          …an hour later, they came out of the house, showered and cleaned up….and headed somewhere for the day

  5. Robertv says:

    It were the Hitler Jugend fighting until the end.


  6. Ralph says:

    Busted! DNC caught hiring buses for protesters

  7. FTOP says:

    Interesting you would use a cartoon of the Cubs World Series win. I have been using that analogy to explain to the moronic left why the popular vote is an absurd metric to use in arguing the election results. Here is what I have been posting:

    “For those Constitutionally challenged snowflakes and journalists that believe the popular vote proves some point, please follow along:

    Cleveland Indians scored 27 runs in the World Series
    Chicago Cubs scored 27 runs in the World Series

    How come the World Series wasn’t a tie?

    You see, the managers setup their line-up to try and win each game, not score the most runs in the series.

    In the presidential election, each candidate structured their campaign to win the states they could win. If the goal was to gain the most votes, the campaigns would have acted differently.

    Republican voters in CA, NY, and IL were not pursued to “get out the vote”. There are over 4.8 million registered republicans in CA and only 3 million voted. The popular vote was only 200,000 apart against 119,000,000 votes (.17%). Interestingly, even in CA, Trump earned 33% which is higher than the 27% of republican registrations in the state.

    Arguing the popular vote is meaningful is like having the World Series get decided on penalty kicks when both teams score the same number of runs.”

  8. TA says:

    Trump won 30 states. Hillary won 20 states. Trump wins.

    Trump’s new Attorney General should go after every one of these Leftwing inside and outside groups who are funding and fomenting violence on the streets of the United States. These people are paid agitators, along with a lot of like-minded crazies, and we can’t let Leftwing/communist billionaires fund the disruption of our society.

    This is an attack on the United States. It should be handled as such.

  9. Douglas Hoyt says:

    From wikipedia I noticed the following:

    For Republicans, popular votes: 60.35 million for President, 59.33 million for House of Representative races, a difference of about 1 million.

    For Democrats, poplar votes: 60.98 million for President, 55.43 million for House seats, a difference of 5.55 million.

    Do Democrats really vote differently for House and President? Or is this evidence that about 5 million votes for Clinton were fraudulent votes?

    • Brad says:

      Large portions of Democrats exist is small concentrated area, i.e. cities. Meanwhile the vast area of the rest of the country is republican, and has many more house seats/voting opportunity.

  10. Latitude says:

    Do Democrats really vote differently for House and President?


  11. Leon Brozyna says:

    Tsk, tsk … look at all that vile hate the snowflakes spew … and while they stew and throw their hissy fits, for the rest of us, life goes on.

  12. John Silver says:

    Sore Soros.

  13. Analitik says:

    Conclusive proof that “professional” activists are involved – the organiser of the White House candlelight vigil is a 350 Action Campaign Coordinator according to the Podesta WikiLeaks


  14. Siliggy says:

    Just watched a video of a Portland anti Trump protest where a pregnant woman with a medical emergency in a car was attacked by protesters with baseball bats along with a man who tried to defend her.
    Just wondering if the people behind the bats feel strongly enough about weapons and female rights to run for president themselves using this wonderful example as advertising.

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