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Obama, Clinton, and Sanders Could Stop the Riots But They Just Watch

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by Daisy Luther

Is it just me or have you also noticed that Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and President Obama have been silent about the protests?

The very people who have the power to stop these protests and riots with just a few well-spoken words have been completely silent on the issue.

Hillary Clinton

During her concession speech, Clinton said, “We must accept this result, and then look to the future. … Donald Trump is going to be our president. We owe him an open mind and the chance to lead.”

After that, she has been mum on the entire thing.

Hillary Clinton could have asked her followers to stop this nonsense, and they probably would have listened out of respect for her. (Misplaced respect but that’s a whole different article.) Instead, her silence makes me think that she is hidden away, relishing the chaos. That she has done nothing to attempt to calm the situation underlines the fact that she was not fit to govern. A leader would look out for the best interests of a country they love, rather than watching from afar to apply balm to her wounded ego.

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  1. Keep an eye on the left, they are trying to be sneaky, Sen. Boxer is trying to introduce a bill to eliminate the electoral college ( illegally I might add, removing the electoral college requires a ratification to the constitution by the convention of the states and acceptance by 3/4ths of them. )
    and instead elect presidents by popular vote totals.

    they are also probably inciting and wanting this violence to erupt into a out of control volcano, preferably before Christmas so they can declare a state of emergency and enact martial law before elect takes office IMO.

    why else would they have picked these two particular candidates, at a time when our country was the most divided it has ever been post civil war?

    1. Moman,

      It doesn’t have to be approved by a Convention of the States. Congress, can originate it, but the States must then, by 3/4 majority approve the Constitutional Amendment.


      1. the 3/4 of the states would be a constitutional convention.

        and yes it does require one, as the electoral college is in the constitutional document, it may be submitted by the congressional representative, but not as a bill that can be passed by house and senate, and then veto’d or passed by president.

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