Why The Stein/Clinton Recount Was So Predictable

AnacondaHillary Clinton was soundly defeated on 8 Nov, losing to Donald Trump in an Electoral College blowout 232 to 306, with 270 needed to win. Now, consistent with the Anaconda Strategy, Green Party leftist candidate Jill Stein is leading a Democrat effort to overturn the will of the American People by demanding a recount ofthe results in MI, PA and WI.

NOTE: She isnt worried about challenging any states that Hillary narrowly won (ex. NH, NV or MN)!

The Stein/Hillary challenge also highlights the hypocrisy of the democrat party and Minion Media. From the last debate on 19 Oct, when candidate Trump stated his reluctance to blindly accept any election result, Hillary and her machine eviscerated Trump for attacking the heart of Americas democracy.

According to the left wing HuffPo on 7 Nov, not accepting the results could result in:

  • Undermining The Next President
  • Triggering Violence
  • Undermining Democracy

Has the HuffPo demanded Hillary accept the results? President Obama mocked Trump telling him to stop whining, and to accept the results. Is he telling Hillary to stop whining now? No!

rp_IMG_0606-194x300.jpgNo need for that, as Hillary and the progressive movement follow the Saul Alinsky model, which allows 11 extensions of Machiavellis The Ends Justifies the Means. Accepting election results is only for republicans who get beat, not for democrats. Thr

The Anaconda Strategy exposes that democrats resist at every turn to prevent the uncoiling of the Progressive Agenda. To that end, they can make any charge, invent any story, demand any recount to stay in power.

This is just the beginning of the Holding Phase. Hillary and Stein will fail, but the energy and money put into this hopeless effort only shows the strength of their authoritarian convictions.

Real vs Faked Violence – May Surprise You

Select Confirmed Violence From Leftists/Threats Against Trump Supporters/President Trump

Small Sample of Fake Violence Blamed on Republicans

Bottom Line: Don’t assume that first reports of violence/racism are accurate. Get the full facts before accepting what happened. The “Minion Media” agenda demands that they make the claims. Follow up reports optional.

Great Link:

Fake Hate Crimes.Org

Trump’s Victory and the Principles of War, Part I

Heavy Artillery Located at the Battle of Yorktown

Heavy Artillery Located at the Battle of Yorktown

Analysts are touting Donald Trump’s 8 November 2016 victory as the greatest political upset in American history. No doubt countless volumes will be written over the coming years on what happened in this race and how an outsider overcame the most vaunted democrat political machine any candidate ever had backing them, while also defeating an entrenched republican establishment, overwhelming “Minion Media”and Hollywood support, and double the campaign funding.

Hillary Clinton: $1.191Billion vs Donald Trump: $646.8 Million

In the end, the one thing that Donald Trump did have was the American people’s support.

Over the next three blogs I will assess the race from a singularly unique perspective. My 29 Sep, 2013 Blog “Applying The Principles of War to American Politics” discussed the US Military’s Principals of War, and how the Republican Party needed to learn from these principles, peacefully apply them to defeat progressives and the Democrat Party, and use them as a critical strategic component to return Constitutional freedoms to the American people. Donald Trump’s Campaign Manager, and recently selected chief strategist Stephen K. Bannon, recently said that “politics is war”.

Trump’s Victory And The Principles of War: Part II

Trump’s Victory And The Principles of War: Part III

President Elect Donald Trumps campaign, knowingly or instinctively applied thePrinciples of War to enable his victory over Hillary Clinton. The lessons are clear for republicans going forward: consciously apply these principles and win.

  • Mass: Donald Trump perfected the Principle of Mass. He massed his supporters at rallies across the country. Pundits argued that the size and energy of his crowds didn’t matter. They were wrong! Trump massed his small campaign staff, a fraction of the size and cost of Jeb Bush’s, or Hillary Clintons, to great effect. He massed his campaign funding, getting far out spent by Bush and Hillary. Trumps campaign also held most of their add spending until the last two weeks of the campaign, unleashing the adds and outspending Hillary down the stretch. This might have made the difference in the election. Finally, and most importantly, Trump massed his voters setting the record for the most votes any candidate ever got in the GOP Primary process, and soundly beating Hillary in the electoral college. Democrats are touting Hillary’s popular vote numbers as evidence of here greater support. In fact, it doesn’t matter. She massed voters in the wrong places, concentrated in California and New York, and not in critical states like Wisconsin, North Carolina, Florida, Michigan and Pennsylvania. The popular vote is debatable as well. If Hillary massed illegal voters, as some are claiming, then she may well have been beaten here as well.
  • Objective: Both Trump and Clinton shared the objective of winning the Presidency. Trump however spelled out his overarching objective in four words: Make America Great Again. That was his campaigns objective, clear and concise. Winning the presidency was only a means to Making America Great Again. In contrast, Hillary’s objective was purely winning the presidency. Her campaign slogans, like Stronger Together were mere window dressing enabling her election. The American people were more likely to support Trump’s objective, which elevated them, vs. Hillary’s which elevated Hillary. According to Vice President Joe Biden in a CNN interview:

     

    “Hillary Clinton felt compelled to run for president despite lacking a clear campaign vision”…”I don’t think she ever really figured it out”

  • Offensive: Donald Trump set himself apart from other GOP candidates by going on, and maintaining the offensive. Although he was criticized for defending himself too much, he never stopped going on the attack. In contrast with how John McCain and Mitt Romney treated Barack Obama, Trump went straight after Hillary, refusing to ease up, and maintaining the offensive. If anything, Trump was criticized for attacking too often, too harshly, and for attacking not just Hillary, but the corrupt media, Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, President Obama, and others. In the end, America wanted a fighter, and they believe that they got one.In contrast David Brock, democrat strategist savant, lamented that Hillary wasnt more like Donald Trump in going on the offensive against the media saying Clintons biggest problem was simply not being more like Trump, at least when it came to dealing with the press.”
  • Economy of Force: Donald Trump wrote the book on The Art of the Deal, and during this campaign he wrote the book on political Economy of Force. No Principle of War was better put into practice than this one. Trumps campaign was run largely from his own money or small donors, which was wisely spent. His staff was only a fraction of the size of Hillary’s. Trump maximized the use of volunteers throughout the country, tying into local and state Republican Party volunteers. Support from the RNC and its get out the vote effort defeated the vaunted Democrat GOTV machine, even though it was outspent. Trump was also heralded for his skill at dominating news cycles. Although much of the “Minion Media” coverage was grossly pro-Hillary, Trump was still effective at getting his message out for free.
    • Significantly, Donald Trump used social media to go over the heads of the “Minion Media”. His 36 million followers between Twitter, Facebook and Instagram heard directly from Trump and they spread the word, at next to no cost to his campaign. The Trump campaign spent only $160,00 for example producing and posting short policy videos and got 74 million views.
    • Trump’s Social Media Director, Dan Scavino, described the slim nature of the campaign to Breitbart News “…there was not some boardroom of political consultants pre-testing talking points for tweets and Facebook and Instagram posts before they went out. It was him, Trump and his iPhone, that led the way in making this happen.”

 

Why Hasn’t Michigan’s Result Been Called?

rp_1200px-Seal_of_the_President_of_the_United_States.svg_.png8 November was 13 days ago and counting; and all but one state were called. Trump leads Clinton in Michigan by nearly 12,000 votes, yet no major news agency has called it for Trump. As for Michigan, according to the IBD, the state has already deemed Trump the winner

Could the answer be wrapped up in the democrat assault on the electoral process and 2016 results itself? Electors are being bombarded by a concerted democrat campaign to get them to change their votes away from Donald Trump and it’s happening in Arizona, Georgia, Idaho, Tennessee, Iowa and even Michigan.

Could the delay in calling Michigan be tied to the same effort to undercut the American voter and to steal the election for Hillary? Michigan is a deep blue state. If enough “lost” Hillary ballots can be manufactured by her campaign to keep its 16 votes from going to Trump it makes it that much easier to turn the election to Hillary when the electors formally cast their votes on 19 Dec.

This democrat effort is bound to fail, but the mere fact that Michigan hasn’t been called adds fuel to the fire of Hillary activists.

It’s well past due, call the race, Trump 306, Hillary 232: CHECKMATE!

UPDATE: Michigan was finally called for Donald Trump, but on the heals of adding its 16 electoral votes to push President Elect Trump to 306, Hillary Clinton’s Campaign announced that it is joining failed Green Party Candidate Jill Stein in calling for a recall in PA, WI and MI. Stein is claiming vote tampering, and chose three states that would turn the election in Clinton’s favor. Ironically, if Stein had not run in the first place, Hillary may have prevailed on 8 Nov. Perhaps the recount is her way of saying that she’s sorry?