2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate Calls To Eliminate Electoral College
Liberals have been doing everything they can to give themselves an upper hand in future elections and stopping at nothing.
There have now been a number of states who have voted to give their electoral votes to whoever wins the popular vote for the nation.
Now Senator Elizabeth Warren has joined the ranks of those wishing to completely eliminate the Electoral College.
Senator Warren said,
“My view is that every vote matters. And the way we can make that happen is that we can have national voting and that means get rid of the Electoral College. Presidential candidates don’t come to places like Mississippi. … They also don’t come to places like California and Massachusetts, right? Because we’re not the battleground states.”
According to CBS News,
Since 2000, Democrats have seen two of their presidential candidates, Al Gore and Hillary Clinton, win the popular vote only to lose the Electoral College — and the election. Because most states distribute electoral votes through a winner-take-all system, candidates tend to pay much less attention in the general election to states that are either deeply Democratic or deeply Republican, focusing instead on the battlegrounds where the outcome is uncertain. The groupthat by November 2016, over 90 percent of the electoral activity in the campaign had taken place in just 11 battleground states.
Has anyone else realized that practically every agenda item the Democrat hopefuls are pushing for have to do with making it easier for them to win an election? Just think about it:
They want to abolish the Electoral College, allow illegal immigrants to vote and open borders to allow hundreds of thousands if not millions to come into the country and shift the political landscape to an overwhelmingly liberal dominant, and they’re wanting to lower the voting age to 16 years old.
Not one of these things does anything to improve America or the lives of its citizens. They’re just trying to change the rules since they lost the election in 2016. These are just tell-tell signs of a weak/confused party.