Harvard law professor Larry Lessig reports that as many as 20 members of the Electoral College could flip their votes on December 19, casting them for Hillary Clinton instead of Trump.
But the RNC says that’s not possible: “Two RNC sources familiar with the effort said the committee — with the assistance of state Republican parties and the Trump campaign — have been in touch with most of the GOP electors multiple times, and has concluded that only one is a risk to cast a vote against Trump.”
Monitoring the actions of how the electors are going to vote is common practice. This year, however, the Democrats are trying to steal electoral votes in an effort force a Hillary win. They are also pushing legislation to abolish the electoral vote altogether.
The Clinton campaign will use any strategy to get their way. Clinton campaign manager John Podesta said he thinks electors, “Should know what American spies know, including just how much Russia put its thumb on the scale to help Donald Trump win.
The electoral college decided the outcome of the Presidential election four times: in 1876, 1888, 2000 and 2016. The Democrat Party was formed in response to the 1824 election of John Quincy Adams, and Democrats lost the election each time the Electoral College voted.
This year the Democrats are still trying to convince everyone they should have won.
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