Failed Presidential Candidate Makes MAJOR Move Against Electoral College
November 14, 2016 2:03pm PST
Liberals everywhere are still whining about how unfair it is that Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton in last week’s presidential election. Now, former Massachusetts Gov. Michael Dukakis has issued a call to liberals to fight the electoral college.
“Hillary won this election, and when the votes are all counted, by what will likely be more than a million votes,” Dukakis, who lost the 1988 presidential election, wrote in a private memo to Politico. “So how come she isn’t going to the White House in January? Because of an anachronistic Electoral College system which should have been abolished 150 years ago.”
“That should be at the top of the Democratic priority list while we wait to see what a Trump administration has in store for us,” he continued, according to Daily Caller. “So far, all we know is that dozens of lobbyists are all over the Trump transition — a strange way to drain the swamp.”
Trump’s transition team has a mandate from the president-elect at the moment to institute a rule requiring members from lobbying for an industry they are working on.
Dukakis lost the 1988 presidential election to George H.W. Bush by a whopping 7 million votes. Clinton has joined former Vice President Al Gore as candidates who won the popular vote, but lost in the electoral college.
In the past six days, liberals have shown just what sore losers they really are. SHARE this story if you think they need to SHUT UP and ACCEPT Trump as their president!