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.

Narrowing Polls Pushing Hillary to Victory

As many of you have probably seen, the polls in the US have narrowed the gap between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. This sort of thing goes on every election; the gap always closes the closer we get to the election. There is also good news to come from these headlines. They will propel Clinton to victory. While they may not seem like Democratic propaganda … Continue reading Narrowing Polls Pushing Hillary to Victory

A Late Swing For Trump?

Earlier this week FBI Director James Comey ‘Reopened’ the investigation into the Clinton email scandal. This ‘reopening’ led to huge levels of uproar and debate once again as to whether Hillary Clinton, legally and morally, is the right person to be the next US President, and in some cases, if she should even be allowed on the ticket. This latest twist in the tail of … Continue reading A Late Swing For Trump?