The New York Post is reporting that electors in several states are being harassed and even threatened with death in what appears to be a desperate, last ditch effort to prevent Donald Trump from being confirmed as the next president of the United States.
According to the report, GOP electors in Arizona, Georgia, Idaho, Michigan, Tennessee and Utah are “being badgered.” The harassment includes “a barrage of emails, phone calls and letters – and even death threats,” the New York Post detailed.
What does that say about the people who opposed Trump’s election? Does it explain anything about people who may have backed rival Hillary Rodham Clinton and cannot seem to just get over the fact that their candidate lost?
“Poor loser” may not seem an adequate description of the people now engaged in bad behavior against the incoming president-elect.
On Wednesday, a federal judge in Seattle denied an injunction request from two Democratic electors in Washington State who argued that they should not be fined up to $1,000 if they “disregard the state’s presidential popular vote.” The irony here is that Clinton won Washington, so there is lots of speculation about how these two electors, Bret Chiafalo and Levi Guerra, may want to vote for a Republican other than Trump.
But, according to the Seattle Times, they were reminded by U.S. District Judge James Robart that they had volunteered for the job of electors, and had also signed a pledge to cast their Electoral College votes for whomever the majority of Evergreen State voters backed Nov. 8.
Washington is dominated by the votes in a minority of counties. Clinton carried only ten of the state’s 39 counties and tied in one other. She lost in the other 28.
As in other cities around the country where liberals have gravitated, the sore losers marched in Seattle.
In 2008 and again in 2012, did anyone march after Barack Obama was elected? Did conservatives march? How about angry gun owners? Somebody joked on social media that after those elections, people who voted against Obama didn’t have the time to march because they were all at work.
Only now does it seem that the Clinton crowd is simply incapable of facing their loss. This follows the example set by their candidate on election night when Clinton simply could not face a crowd of her supporters and instead sent John Podesta out to the stage to essentially send them all home.
Early in the 20th Century there was the “Lost Generation.” Then came the “Greatest Generation.” They were followed by the Baby Boomers, and then the “Me Generation” and “Generation X.”
It now appears America has produced a “Crybaby Generation,” epitomized by Clinton and capable only of whining and tantrums when they don’t get their way. Instead of threatening to run away, this bunch is harassing and even threatening electors.
This is the generation that thinks it can lead America in the 21st Century. They can’t even lead each other out of adolescence.
- Watch sore loser Hillary Clinton blame ‘fake news’ for her loss
- Kellyanne Conway getting death threats from liberals fueled by anti-Trump rhetoric
- Harry Reid claims James Comey, Vladimir Putin conspired to make Trump…
- ABC’s ‘The View’ becomes ‘direct threat’ to U.S. democracy, advocate Electoral College coup against Trump
- Alleged ‘journalist’ fired after tweet implying Trump having sex with daughter Ivanka
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