Donald Trump won the presidential election with 306 electoral votes.
It was a convincing victory.
He won states that the Democrats were convinced he had no chance of winning.
It was an embarrassing defeat for Clinton in many ways which is why we have seen the left scrambling to delegitimize Trump however they can by blaming Hillary’s defeat on Russia, racism, the Electoral College, and several other factors.
You would think that a week before Trump’s inauguration we would start to see liberals understand that unity is the best way forward.
That hasn’t happened.
In fact, the Hillary campaign is still trying to delegitimize Trump’s victory as recently as this morning.
Here is what Hillary’s former campaign spokesman had to say.
Fallon said, “Every day there are new developments, new shoes dropping, so to speak, that call into question the legitimacy of his win. First it was with respect to Russian interference. They tried to deny — the Trump folks did, that Russia was behind this, now they’ve been forced to admit that. Then they tried to say that it was not for the purposes of trying to help Donald Trump, they were just trying to sow confusion and they were targeting both sides. And now, folks in the government have concluded that it was actually to try to tip the election Donald Trump’s way. And now, with respect to the FBI, we see that Jim Comey’s actions are sufficiently questionable that the internal watchdog at DOJ thinks that they merit an independent review. So, I think Donald Trump is just trying to cling to whatever legitimacy still is in effect here.”
Here’s the video of Fallon from earlier today…
Ultimately, this election came down to Hillary Clinton not being a trustworthy or inspirational candidate.
Trump motivated the voters by highlighting the many failed policies of the last 8 years.
Hillary wanted to continue those policies.
That was the difference.
It’s unfortunate that our friends on the left are so unwilling to admit that.Note: The author of this article has included commentary that expresses an opinion and analysis of the facts.