Where Clinton Lost the Election!

On November 8, 2016, an estimated that 231,556,622 Americans were eligible to vote. However, only 136,884,643 of the Voting-Eligible Population (VEP) voted, at a turnout of 58.9%. With 94,671,979 [40.9%], of the VEP, becoming non-voters. Since 2012, the number of non-voters amongst the VEP has risen by 1,268,774 [1.4%]. Clinton’s downfall in November, was significantly due to the rise of non-voters in certain swing states which, per … Continue reading Where Clinton Lost the Election!

There is hope for Democrats.. Hillary could still get into the White House.

For die-hard democrats and much of the world, there is a slim chance of hope that a Trump presidency may not even happen.. a long shot to latch onto but a surprise twist in the Electoral College. Although Hillary won the popular vote by 200,00, Trump has won the minimum of 270 electoral votes necessary to be elected president. As of late Wednesday, America and … Continue reading There is hope for Democrats.. Hillary could still get into the White House.

We will remember this era as “The Hill”.. it all goes down from here.

2016 to me is like a jager bomb. You’re having a really good time with your friends and you’ve got such great hopes for the night ahead.. but then you have a few to many and your left with a sick feeling in your stomach as it swallows you right up. I feel like I’ve been drunk the whole 2016 of anyway.. I mean how … Continue reading We will remember this era as “The Hill”.. it all goes down from here.

The Story of Election Night!

At 02:40 Eastern Time, CNN announced to the world that Hillary Clinton had called Donald Trump to personally concede the 2016 Presidential election. The announcement came less than an hour after the Clinton Campaign Chair, John Podesta, announced to the adoring Democratic crowd that “several states are too close to call, so we are not going to have anything more to say tonight” effectively announcing … Continue reading The Story of Election Night!

The American Dream: An ambiguous utopia that could well deliver President Trump.

I’m not predicting this election. Clinton should cruise it – but this is 2016 and things are getting pretty fucked up. The anti-establishment consensus is reaching max levels and the implications of it doing so are disastrous if the only alternative is the only alternative to Clinton. I still find it crazy that Trump could become president, but also crazy is what the American establishment … Continue reading The American Dream: An ambiguous utopia that could well deliver President Trump.