In a statement issued Monday, President-elect Donald Trump thanked the American people and promised to unite the nation.
“Today marks a historic electoral landslide victory in our nation’s democracy. I thank the American people for their overwhelming vote to elect me as their next President of the United States. The official votes cast by the Electoral College exceeded the 270 required to secure the presidency by a very large margin, far greater than ever anticipated by the media. This election represents a movement that millions of hard working men and women all across the country stood behind and made possible. With this historic step we can look forward to the bright future ahead. I will work hard to unite our country and be the President of all Americans. Together, we will make America great again.”
The final tally of electoral college voters showed a total failure by Hollywood and extremist progressive organizations to get Republican electors to choose anyone but Trump.
While two “faithless” GOP electors did vote for candidates other than Trump, five Democrat electors chose to vote for candidates other than Clinton.
Having failed to win the White House by election, three failed recounts, and a failed electoral college revolt, Democrats have put another plan to steal the Presidency into play.
Senator Elizabeth Warren and congressional democrats are drafting legislation that they hope to use to impeach Donald Trump.
The bill would make it a high crime and/or misdemeanor for a President to have any holdings that might represent a conflict-of-interest, but the legislation has no chance of getting through a Republican-led congress.
Once Warren’s plan fails, it is expected that progressive extremists will then use the courts to stymie the President-elect as he enacts his agenda to energize the economy, create jobs, strengthen the military and secure America’s borders.
If this is what Democrats want to be known for, the 2018 mid-term elections are likely to result in even more lost congressional seats for the left.