My answer to Is there a chance that the faithless electors can change the result of 2016 US presidential election o…
Answer by Abbey Laurel-Smith:
They could try and force a coalition. Thus forcing Trump to reckon with a third party.
That is the worst that could happen. No matter how hard the Democrats pushes the White House to keep this “Russian election hacking thing” going, they don’t have enough (electoral college) muscle to disrupt the process.
And neither can they dissuade all faithless electors from voting Trump.
Hillary and her operators were the ones hacking, mining and disrupting everyones’ computer and server. Not Russia. They (Hillary’s campaign team) were simply out of ideas and totally insecure.
You open a fundraising account somewhere, bam! Hillary’s team is doing the same next to you. You build a door to door and house party campaign app, bam! Hillary’s team is doing the same. You go to campaign somewhere, before you know it, they are there – right behind you, knocking on the same door and using the State department shield as a way to gain their voter’s trust. Now, how do you define harassment after this?
Funniest thing is, they ran their nationwide campaign programs (tax, economic, technology, education, women issues, military, defense, etc) based on what they glimpsed from my set of pledge cards in 2013, when I ran for Mayor, city of New York.
Sadly, they were bad at copying. You can’t run a country the way you want to run a metropolis like NYC.
They were here on Quora, you all read their msg. But no one knew what they are about or how they got here. Well, they didn’t get to know of Quora through Mark Bodnick or Kennedy School of bla, bla, bla,. And neither did they realize the power off Quora through the ex-Google excel, she employed. No. They got to him and to CrunchBase (to name a few) by tracking me.
Too bad they politicize our intel. agencies. Meaning, they don’t want to go down alone without taking everyone with them.
We’ll Trump is not relaxing. He is making mistakes but learning at a very fast pace. Like Jack Johnson and the Mann Act of 1910, the Congress and the well set American political arena will be like Ice Cream parlors and fruit stores of that progressive era.
So, Americans’ should brace themselves for a series of political “battagliole” for the next coming years.
Unless Trump got rid of Rudy, we are going to be living like northern Italian city states (Venice, Tuscan, Florence and Milan) of the 13th, 14th and 15th centuries for the time being.