Election Results Deliver Us From Abyss

California doesn't elect the president - the entire country does

Election Results
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By Kevin Roeten:

Kevin Roeten
Science Editor

Theoretically, Hillary was elected president of California, and Trump was elected president of the rest of the country…

Thwarted Electioneers

We hear a cacophony of blaring and bleating from the media, and especially the Hillary clowns about the recent presidential election. Hillary ‘claims to have’ won the popular vote, and the Democrat populace is screaming for Hillary’s right to be president. According to the numbers—60,839,497 to 60,265,847, or 47.8% to 47.3%–Democrats thought they had a winner. Somebody needs to tell the Democrats election results are not calculated that way. Trump won the popular vote in 31 states to her 19 states. In popular vote, that result came out 62% for Trump and 38% for Hillary. Hillary won California’s vote 5,860,714 to Trump’s 3,151,821, or 61.6% to 33.1%. But somehow, California gave Hillary the popular vote for all states as claimed by the Democrats.

But if you deduct her California vote from her national vote, it leaves Hillary with 54,978,783 votes, and without California Trump nationally received 57,113,976 votes. But in the other 49 states, Trump won in a landslide victory, 51.3% to Hillary’s 48.7%. Theoretically, Hillary was elected president of California, and Trump was elected president of the rest of the country. By a substantially large margin, actually. This exemplifies the wisdom of the Electoral College, which is to prevent the vote of any one state from overriding the vote of the others. Once again, the electoral college proved how America is different than any other country. The US has 3,797,000 square-miles. When you have a country encompassing 4 million square miles of territory, it’s ludicrous to even suggest the vote of those who inhabit a mere 319 square-miles should dictate the outcome of a national election.

Total  Number Of Illegals Voting

The outcome of the election was right-on. But the specter of illegals, especially those causing harm, has tarnished the election. On Breitbart News DailyJudicial Watch President Tom Fitton discussed a major concern by the Center for Immigration Studies revealing “there could be as many as 43 million non-citizens in the United States right now.” Fittonspotlighted this study on Twitter as evidence of potential voter fraud issues. “There’s 43 million people who are not citizens and are ineligible to vote, but a good percentage of them do register to vote. It’s totally naive to believe none of the millions of aliens in the US are voting. It’s likely Democrats have turned a blind eye to any wrongdoing in this illegal voting. It’s now officially an issue: illegal aliens are voting. President Donald Trump has announced a major investigation into the charges surrounding this phenomenon..

It has resulted in the election of Al Franken to the US Senate, and many other terrible things, like Obamacare for one.

“Are we supposed to be so naive as to think that tens of millions of people are here, present in the United States, and none of them are illegally voting?” Fitton asked. “In states where you don’t have voter ID, in states where most voter registration, you’re not required to certify citizenship, other than signing and saying you’re a citizen?” “It happens repeatedly where you have these voter registrations signed by aliens because they shouldn’t be voting… they’re registered to vote – and the irony is, once they’re registered to vote, voter ID ain’t gonna protect you,” he noted, “because they have the ID necessary to vote, once they’re registered. So you have many non-citizens voting in elections, and they vote in large numbers in a way to sway elections.”

Center For Immigration Studies, CIS, says non-citizens in the US are as big as they’ve been in 105 years. We’re talkingrecord proportions. And there has been a massive uptick over the last few years. The Washington Times published a big story lately following up on voter fraud. Conservative activists say the liberal media are ignoring evidence. Non-citizen voting is illegal, and fraud. “Most voters are never asked for voter ID, so it is dishonest to suggest that with the tens of millions of illegal and legal aliens here, there is no voter fraud,” said Fitton. “If the key Old Dominion study results on the 2008 election are applied to 2016 — 1.41 million aliens may have voted illegally, with 1.13 million voting for Democrats.” Trump is right. A full-scale, non-partisan federal voter fraud investigation is long overdue. There has never been any systematic federal investigation of voter fraud – ever. Actually, this investigation involves simply analyzing voter registration databases against federal databases of aliens and deceased individuals.

Overriding The LAW

It’s certain reporters and their editors rarely miss an opportunity to condemn the typical hardliner with the illegal immigration scandal in an attempt to condemn those of us who feel laws must be obeyed. The 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act, and the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act, both contributed hugely to Americans’ job displacement and the nation’s unsustainable population growth. Both were negotiated behind Congress’ closed doors, passed and signed with huge media fanfare.

Over a million legal, employment-authorized immigrants have arrived every year for more than two decades. The historically high immigration level has immeasurably hurt American workers. Most severely penalized are the under-skilled and undereducated. Even two prominent immigration expansionists recognize the relationship between high immigration and stagnant wages: former President Barack Obama and Nobel Prize winner Paul Krugman. In his book, the “Audacity of Hope,” Obama wrote record immigration “threatens to depress further the wages of blue-collar Americans.” Krugman, citing supply and demand principles, said “immigration reduces the wages of domestic workers who compete with immigrants.”

Somali refugee Abdul Ali Artan, who went on a stabbing spree on the Ohio State University campus on Nov. 28, 2016, came to the U.S. from Somalia with his mother and six siblings as ‘refugees.’ (Photo: Twitter/The Lantern)

Obama Drove Illegals

During Obama’s last year, immigrant employment rose 38 percent faster than native employment. Between 2015 and 2065, immigrants and their children are projected to account for 88 percent of the US population, or 103 million people.Imagine the day when Communist China’s government sends 250,000 indoctrinated anchor babies back as adult soldiers and they are all admitted into the country because they are supposedly considered “American citizens.”

We could lose the entire West Coast if a sneak attack takes place. The Chi-Com government understands this scenario. The “American anchor baby” phenomenon is now part of Chinese culture. Rep. Steve King (R-IA) has introduced the Birthright Citizenship Act of 2017 (HR 140) which would eliminate the ‘anchor baby’ scam for good. In addition to the Chi-Com threat, another estimated 360,000 anchor babies are born to illegal alien parents in America every year. This automatically shields the parents from deportation, and 71% of illegals apply for welfare for their new baby before leaving the hospital. They usually leave the hospital without paying the delivery bill, which costs the taxpayers $6 billion per year.

It would be nice to have immigrants become true citizens by going through normal citizenship procedures. But lately, the majority do not. And of that majority, many Muslims have infiltrated the country to convert Americans to Muslims by Jihad.


Kevin Roeten can be reached at roetenks@CHARTER.NET.

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CHO's science editor Kevin Roeten is a former Chemical Engineer. He enjoys riding the third rail of journalism: politics and religion. As an orthodox Catholic, Roeten appreciates the juxtaposition of the two supposedly incompatible subjects.   Kevin is a Guest Columnist for the Asheville Citizen-Times, and the Independent (Ohio), and writes for numerous blogs (Nolan Chart, Allvoices) and newspapers, including USA Today.   A collaborator in the book Americans on Politics, Policy, and Pop Culture (Jason Wright and Aaron Lee), he is also an amateur astronomer, and delves into scientific topics.   Kevin Roeten can be reached at roetenks@charter.net.