All I have to say- No more Mr (Mrs) nice guy.
What would the Republicans do?
You f'in a right they would go kamikaze full bore legal challenge.
The question we need to ask is- is it worth a legal challenge to maintain our respected status in the world, or when we tell our kids- you could be President some day, as of Trump we give them tacit permission to exploit and abuse societal and instituional norms and women for their own explicit gain?
You understand that people didn't just "pick themselves up and went to work on the next Election Day," right? People literally died, thousands of people died, because of the bush administration. She should absolutely file for a recount. The presidency belongs to her. The American people want Clinton. We don't want a racist misogynist in the Oval Office just because you're too lazy and somehow see protest as unamerican. People are being "spoiled" by protesting? I don't even understand that sentiment. People like you would have aligned themselves with Britain during the American revolution. Protesting gets shit done.
Hell, yes. Republicans are well known for pulling shenanigans in elections. It can't hurt to ask for an audit in three states.
All three states have random precinct audits. 2 of 3 have voter verified paper trails of all ballots cast. Only Pennsylvania has DRE machines with local ballot images that could be theoretically tampered with at great difficulty, which are audited, too. And could be caught by any number of means.

The author should have done some journalistic research before publishing. I found the information above online in about five minutes last night during an online discussion with other computer security experts.
This white man over 50 just contributed to Jill Stein's effort to recount the election in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania:…

We aren't all Breitbart fanboys like Jarhead.
J. Alex Halderman never actually said the election was hacked. He also never said there was persuasive evidence either. Here is what he actually said:

“Were this year’s deviations from pre-election polls the results of a cyberattack? Probably not. I believe the most likely explanation is that the polls were systematically wrong, rather than that the election was hacked.”…

Funny how that quote got left out of this article, but now that the Merc is trafficking in conspiracy theories I guess it really doesn't matter.

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