FINAL ELECTION 2016 NUMBERS: TRUMP WON BOTH POPULAR ( 62.9 M -62.2 M ) AND ELECTORAL COLLEGE VOTES ( 306-232)

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POSTED ON NOVEMBER 12, 2016 UPDATED ON NOVEMBER 14, 2016

Final numbers

: : 62,972,226 : 62,277,750

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Update: Anyone asking where I got the figures, it was from twitter posts. Knowing the Democrat media have been dragging their liberal feet giving Michigan to Trump – finally they did,  with Arizona finally declared two days ago – Trump now has the 309. Except for the twitter posts, the popular vote number still need to be updated in Wikipedia or MSM media – which may take another few days because the liberals are still reeling and recovering from Trump-shock victory. If I’m wrong, I won’t hesitate to change the numbers. It’s the job of the establishment media to tell the people the final numbers when it’s out there already.

Alex Jones also noted that on five Democrat states where Trump and Hillary were neck and neck, the last votes all went to Hillary Clinton – an impossible thing he said. Americans know there was a massive vote fraud – machines, dead people voting, illegals voting, Democrats calling for vote early and vote OFTEN. We are not blind. We know Democrat Party is a DIRTY PARTY and have even become shameless flaunting their dirt to the American people knowing they can get away with it. Vote fraud is treason. CROOKED HILLARY EQUALS CROOKED DEMOCRAT PARTY AND THEIR CROOKED MEDIA.

As of 11/13/16, CNN and Wikipedia are showing different numbers.

Example below: As of 11/13/16 CNN and Wikipedia quote same electoral vote number for Hillary Clinton but not with Trump – CNN still using the 290, Wikipedia 306 EV. They also differ when it comes to popular votes – CNN has more for Clinton, Wikipedia has less.

Remember, CNN projected a Trump popular vote victory when all ballots are counted. Then CNN claim “design flaw” for the projection.

 

FLORIDA SHOCK: TRUMP OUTPERFORMS ROMNEY BY 130,000 IN EARLY VOTING!

Late poll showed Trump nearing 50% in Sunshine State

Matt Drudge | DrudgeReport.comNOVEMBER 7, 2016

Data obtained by the DRUDGE REPORT shows presidential underdog Donald Trump outperforming Republican 2012 election results in Florida.

Mitt Romney went into Election Day down 161,000 in absentee ballots and early voting. He ended up losing the state by 74,000.

This time, in a dramatic surprise twist, Trump is only down 32,500! And Republicans tend to outvote Democrats on Election Day in Florida.

EDITOR’S NOTE: A late poll showed Trump nearing 50% in the sunshine state.

Developing…

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NORTH CAROLINA: TRUMP +142,000 OVER ROMNEY EARLY VOTING

Matt Drudge
DrudgeReport.com
November 7, 2016

Another dramatic turn of events is being reported out of North Carolina this afternoon: Donald Trump has jumped past all expectations in early voting!

In 2012, Romney hit Election Day down 447,000 votes, based on early ballots. He went on to win the state by 97,000 votes.

Now, the DRUDGE REPORT can reveal, Trump opens Election Day down 305,000!

EDITOR’S NOTE: A poll going into this week had Trump nearing 50% in the Old North state.

Developing…

Archbishop Calls Clinton a “Scheming, Robotic Liar” in response to Hillary Insulting All Catholics

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Outraged by the anti-Catholic bigotry displayed in leaked Team Clinton emails this week, the powerful Philadelphia bishop blasted both President Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton for their efforts to undermine church teachings.

In his weekly column for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, Archbishop Charles Chaput Thursday demanded that Clinton repudiate the emails — then added that he doesn’t expect her to.

Mocking the theme in the emails that Catholics are backward thinking for views on abortion, marriage and other core issues, Chaput wrote

“Of course it would be wonderful for the Clinton campaign to repudiate the content of these ugly WikiLeaks emails. All of us backward-thinking Catholics who actually believe what Scripture and the Church teach would be so very grateful.”

He described Clinton as “a scheming, robotic liar with a lifelong appetite for power and an entourage riddled with anti-Catholic bigots.”

The emails have roiled the Catholic community, especially among conservative church followers and leaders like Chaput.

The email scandal gave Chaput a chance to also blast Obama and his liberal policies that, he said, have done “cultural damage.”

Then, he turned to Clinton in his column, writing:

“But bad can always get worse. I’m thinking, of course, of the contemptuously anti-Catholic emails exchanged among members of the Clinton Democratic presidential campaign team and released this week by WikiLeaks. A sample: Sandy Newman, president of Voices for Progress, emailed John Podesta, now the head of Hillary Clinton’s campaign, to ask about whether ‘the bishops opposing contraceptive coverage’ could be the tinder for a revolution. ‘There needs to be a Catholic Spring, in which Catholics themselves demand the end of a middle ages [sic] dictatorship,’ Newman writes.

H/T – WashingtonExaminer

Secret World of US Election: Julian Assange talks to John Pilger (FULL INTERVIEW)

Published on Nov 5, 2016

Whistleblower Julian Assange has given one of his most incendiary interviews ever in a John Pilger Special, courtesy of Dartmouth Films, in which he summarizes what can be gleaned from the tens of thousands of Clinton emails released by WikiLeaks this year.

Michael Mariner

I bet a billion to one you wont find this on BBC NEWS or CNN..Clinton for the electric chair!!

‘Obama betrayer & false promiser’: Sanders slated in latest #PodestaEmails

More emails from Hillary Clinton’s campaign chair John Podesta have been released by WikiLeaks. The emails also show frustration with Benjamin Netanyahu and Bernie Sanders.
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The latest batch consists of over one thousand emails, bringing the number released so far to over 44,000. WikiLeaks said it will publish a total of 50,000 emails in the run up to next week’s presidential election.

READ MORE: WikiLeaks releases 26th batch of #PodestaEmails from Clinton campaign chair

Yesterday WikiLeaks released the 26th batch of emails, shedding light on a relationship between Google and President Barack Obama dating back to September 2008 in which the internet giant helped the president’s transition team set up ‘secure data rooms’.

Frustration with Benjamin Netanyahu

In the latest release frustration is expressed about Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. A mail from Clinton aide Neera Tanden to Podesta asks why the White House isn’t asking for “proof of his support for 2-state solutions. Like a settlement freeze?”

“Given nature of gov’t- he may not be able to do but it proves the point then,” Tanden says in the mail from March 2015.

Bernie Sanders ‘Obama betrayer’

A February 2016 exchange between strategist Joel Johnson and Podesta discusses possible attacks on Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders – Clinton’s rival for the Democratic nomination at the time. Bernie “needs to be ground to a pulp,” Johnson says. “Crush him as hard as you can.”

“Where would you stick the knife in?” Podesta asks in response.

“Obama betrayer (Wh will affirm). Hapless legislator (Senators/members will affirm). False promiser (policy elites will affirm). Can’t win (black people will affirm),” Johnson fires back.

‘Off the reservation’ on TPP

An email chain from March 2016 discusses a Politico article which reports “Clinton faced internal pressure from her Brooklyn headquarters to oppose the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal she helped craft as secretary of State.”

“Do not get our spin here,” Gene Sperling, former economic policy assistant to both Bill Clinton and Obama says. “Why we not hyping claw back, ROO, out front on steel, tough enforcement on China?! Was this just her not talking to any of us and off on her own take?(But Joel is in there ) please clarify.”

Joel Benenson, a senior Clinton strategist is quoted in the piece.

Tanden replies, “Is Joel off reservation? Does he not get that this story makes Hillary seem politically craven at best or a liar at worse? Or if this is campaign position, can I object?”

“Hard to say she believes what she says when Joel is spinning that she doesn’t mean what she is out there saying,”she adds.

‘Get the talkers under control’ after Bill Clinton article

A March 2015 chain discusses getting “the talkers under control” following a New York Times article about the necessity for Bill Clinton to have a minder on the campaign trail.

Bill’s aide Tina Flournoy writes, “not happy about this,” linking to the article, “To Avert Repeat of 2008, Clinton Team Hopes to Keep Bill at His Best.”

“It does feel like some people who should know better took an opportunity to talk about WJC/his potential role in a way that is not helpful,” she adds.

“For me this just reinforces need to get the talkers under control,” replies Jennifer Palmieri, Hillary Clinton’s director of communications.

Email release

Not all emails were released to the public in March 2015, according to a message to political consultant Jim Margolis from Clinton’s chief strategist Joel Benenson.

“If there is a release of the 55K, are there others that are not being released?” Margolis asks, to which Benenson replies “Definitely”.

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Bernstein: FBI Would Not Reopen Case Unless New Evidence Was “A Real Bombshell”

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BY TIM HAINS

Watergate journalist Carl Bernstein comments on the FBI’s shocking Friday afternoon announcement that they are reopening the investigation into Hilary Clinton’s email server because new evidence has come to light.

CARL BERNSTEIN: Well, there’s no question that the e-mails have always been the greatest threat to her candidacy for president, that her conduct in regard to the e-mails is really indefensible and if there was going to be more information that came out, it was the one thing, as I said on the air last night, actually that could really perhaps affect this election.

We don’t know what this means yet except that it’s a real bombshell. And it is unthinkable that the Director of the FBI would take this action lightly, that he would put this letter forth to the Congress of the United States saying there is more information out there about classified e-mails and call it to the attention of congress unless it was something requiring serious investigation. So that’s where we are…

Is it a certainty that we won’t learn before the election? I’m not sure it’s a certainty we won’t learn before the election.

One thing is, it’s possible that Hillary Clinton might want to on her own initiative talk to the FBI and find out what she can, and if she chooses to let the American people know what she thinks or knows is going on. People need to hear from her…

I think if she has information available to her from the FBI or any other source as to her knowledge of what these e-mails might be, hopefully she will let us know what they are and what is under discussion here.

Right now we’re all talking in a vacuum but I want to add here that in the last, oh, 36, 48 hours, there has been an undercurrent of kind of speculative discussion among some national security people that something might surface in the next few days about e-mails, and I think the expectation in this chatter — and I took it as just chatter but informed chatter, to some extent — was that it would relate to another round of WikiLeaks e-mails, which our Justice Department people seem to be saying is not the case, but there has been some noise in the national security community the last day or two of this kind of possibility of some kind of revelation.

But this is her achilles heel and we have to remember that it also comes on the — back to the word heel — of the revelations about the Clinton Foundation. So the confluence of all of this is bad for her as it stands now but with some knowledge she might be able to stop, turn things around, and give us some idea of what’s going on in a way we might not otherwise know, and also it’s very possible that some members of congress very quickly are going to get an idea of what these e-mails are, and what this is all about, and for whatever purpose put some information out there.

‘Israel is depressing’: Clinton adviser vents frustration in latest Podesta emails

WikiLeaks has dumped another batch of emails from the account of Hillary Clinton’s campaign chair, John Podesta. This is the 21st batch of communications to be released by the whistleblowing site.
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There will be a total of 50,000 emails released in the lead up to November 8, according to WikiLeaks. So far, 35,594 have been published.

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On Thursday, further discussion among the Clinton campaign of Bill Clinton’s controversial past was revealed, while Clinton adviser Neera Tanden branded the private email server debacle as “f**king insane.”

READ MORE: ‘How’s this different from Bill Cosby?’: Past of Hillary’s husband discussed in Podesta emails

Speaking via telephone to a conference in Argentina on Wednesday, Julian Assange claimed the ongoing releases had “whipped up a crazed hornet’s nest atmosphere in the Hillary Clinton campaign.” Assange also claimed that the campaign had attempted to hack the WikiLeaks servers.

READ MORE: Assange claims ‘crazed’ Clinton campaign tried to hack WikiLeaks

Israel is depressing

Clinton adviser Neera Tanden tells Podesta that “Israel is depressing” in a mail from March 18, 2015 titled ‘Man’.

“It’s a good lesson that the wing nuts are just ruthless in every country,” Tanden adds.

The right-wing Likud Party led by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu won a surprise victory in national elections on the same day, handing him his fourth term in office and making him Israel’s longest-serving prime minister.

“Bad,” replies Podesta.

Someone has your password

In March 2016 Podesta is warned to change his email password “immediately” and ensure that two-factor authentication is turned on” after Charles Delavan, a member of Clinton’s IT team, mails him warning that someone tried to access his account.

“It is absolutely imperative that this is done ASAP,” Delavan tells Podesta’s chief of staff Sara Latham in a second mail stressing the urgency of the issue.

A Google alert on the unauthorized login attempt shows its source as being in Ukraine.

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Edward Snowden gang

“That’s your Edward Snowdon [sic] gang,” Podesta claims when advised of leaked emails from the Center for American Progress (CAP).

The mail was sent to Podesta by Herbert Sandler, founder of World Savings Bank, which was sold to Wachovia Bank in 2006.

He’s bad bad bad

In an email chain from February 2016, Clinton’s Jewish Outreach Director Sarah Bard mocks Bernie Sanders for his lack of following in Israel. She sends a link to a New York Times article which claims Sanders sought advice from an expert who accused Israel of having ties to a chemical attack.

Media mogul Haim Saban gives his two-cents on the topic, stating that “Bernie Sanders has a 25 year awful record on Israel,” before adding, “THIS is NOTHING.”

“Get your researchers to come up with some of the awful things these 2 (sic) have said about the US/Israel relationship, and you will have plenty of ammunition on the issue,” Saban goes on. “He’s bad bad bad.”

Bernie the megalomaniac

In a separate email to Podesta, Sanders is described as a “Megalomaniac” by philanthropist Philip Munger, who urges Clinton to turn her “financial connections from liability to asset”.

Just days ahead of the Iowa caucus in January 2016, Munger claims: “Bernie relying on charisma and revolution. Megalomaniac!”

Crap that young people pay attention to

In a February 2016 mail Podesta is given advise on Clinton’s campaign by marketing executive Wendy Bronfein, who tells him that Clinton “may not be the best face” to attract younger voters.

Instead she should utilize trending figures in her favor because “that’s the crap that young people pay attention to,Bronfein says.

“I hate to generalize a generation but by social media nature, they ‘follow’. So if someone they identify as cool endorses – they will likely fall in line with that candidate.”

Bill Clinton’s “Saxophone moments” are praised by Bronfein as an example of “pop culture play”.

“It’s f**king dumb but being ‘cool’ counts for more than it maybe should,” Bronfein concludes.