Yeah…you heard it correctly. The campaign for the woman who attacked Trump after he wouldn’t say he’d accept the outcome of the election is considering a challenge to the outcome of the vote. When it comes down to scrutinizing the votes, we’re guessing that the Democratic Party isn’t going to want to have a microscope held up to the votes in these critical states. We’d welcome a challenge of the votes here in MI, the last state in the nation to submit their vote count, the state where Obama sent an army of DOJ agents to “protect” the vote. We’ve personally watched “irregularities” taking place in polls in more than election in Pontiac, MI, and no one in the GOP or the MI Secretary Of State’s office has the will to do anything about it. Maybe the Democrats already know that it’s a waste of time, and are just trying to stir up their unenthused base of Democratic voters…

Clinton’s campaign chief is taking meetings with groups urging him to consider a challenge to the final vote in several of the key states that gave Trump the White House.

Reports from several sources revealed on November 22 that Clinton campaign chief John Podesta was taking meetings with a group claiming it had discovered “irregularities” in several counties of some of the states that Trump won.

Apparently a “group of prominent computer scientists and election lawyers” met with Podesta to express their belief that they “found persuasive evidence that results in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania may have been manipulated or hacked,” according to New York magazine.

The academics presented findings showing that in Wisconsin, Clinton received 7 percent fewer votes in counties that relied on electronic-voting machines compared with counties that used optical scanners and paper ballots. Based on this statistical analysis, Clinton may have been denied as many as 30,000 votes; she lost Wisconsin by 27,000.

In order to overturn the election, these challenges would have to succeed in multiple counties and multiple states all at the same time to swing the Electoral College to Clinton, so it certainly seems like a desperate long shot.

It is such a long shot that even the left’s favorite numbers guru, Nate Silver, essentially dismissed the effort.

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