A recent headline reads:
Hillary Clinton Won Popular Vote By Almost 2 Million — Can Trump Still Be President?
The article continues:
Nearly a week since the presidential election, all the ballots have yet to be counted, and yet it’s already been determined that Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by a massive margin. At this point, Hillary has almost two million more votes than President-Elect Donald Trump. Can he keep his position despite this?…
For anyone hoping that the massive popular vote lead means Hillary has another chance at regaining the presidency, don’t get your hopes up. Trump is still president-elect after obtaining the necessary electoral votes, which he did on election night. It does not matter the outcome of the popular vote count at this point, though Hillary can take solace in knowing that voters turned out in the millions to support her as their commander-in-chief.
When a government has a long-standing policy of being lax on border control, to the point of changing the demographics (and, by extension, the politics) of its electorate, then proponents of such policies cannot point to the resulting demographic change as a moral mandate to continue such policies. This would be akin to European colonizers wiping out Native American villages – and then holding an election, where the new majority is European. When the results of such an election come in, and support the continued onslaught against the natives, we would be neither surprised nor impressed.
Leftists are pointing to Hillary’s supposed “popular win,” but ignoring the fact that much, if not all, of this “popular” vote differential can be attributed to the open borders policies of previous administrations.
Here’s the annual breakdown of births to illegal immigrants in the U.S. (anchor babies), according to Pew Research, since 1980:
Since you must be at least 18 years old to vote in the US, let’s tally up the number of such births prior to 1998. In other words, how many anchor babies were eligible to vote in this year’s election? The answer is 1,860,000. Were any anchor babies born before 1980? Obviously so.
This, ladies and gentlemen, is Hillary’s “popular vote.” It’s entirely the result of the very same crimes that Trump has vowed to end. To cite the fruits of such crime as a reason to question the legitimacy of Trump’s victory is a sick joke.
I wanted to mention one more thing. There’s an effort to pressure the electors to rebel and to vote against Trump – despite their states having voted for him. If this does come to pass, it will make the United States a laughing stock of the world. America will no longer have any moral high ground to demand that other countries honor their elections. As bad as some people imagine a Trump presidency would be, this turn of events would, in the long run, be much worse.