If only women voted…
Trump would only 80 electoral college votes, according to 538 that has been FABULOUS this week. So happy that they’re writing click-able stuff again. Now, ya gotta wonder about the women in those red states up there.
Now here’s 538’s “If Only Men Voted” map.
Sigh. Explain this, please.
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How would it look if only white people voted?
Like Steve Bannon’s dreams.
But, in searching I found this: http://nymag.com/selectall/2016/10/heres-how-electoral-map-would-look-if-only-x-voted-meme.html
I like the bear map, if I could be confident that bears would be anti-Trump (I’m guessing Trump’s progeny have shot more bears than Clinton’s).
Confidential to Mike Pence:
If Trump asks you to announce he’s going to be refusing charges against him, maybe ask a few questions before going ahead.
Wow, that was pretty terrible. ““She wanted to marry him,” Gilberthorpe said of Leeds, who apparently made the confession when Trump excused himself and went to the bathroom.”
“Gilberthorpe made headlines in 2014, when he went public with a claim that as a 17-year-old he procured boys (some who “could have been” underage”) for sex parties with high-ranking British politicians.”
This guy sounds like that guy that used to pop up in the US media all the time who always just happened to be in the right place at the right time and to have a handy quote–I forget his name.
Gregory F. Packer (born December 18, 1963), is a retired American highway maintenance worker from Huntington, New York, best known for frequently being quoted as a “man on the street” in newspapers, magazines and television broadcasts from 1995 to the present. He has been quoted in more than 100 articles and television broadcasts as a member of the public (that is, a “man on the street” rather than a newsmaker or expert). According to the Nexis database, from 1994 through 2004 Packer was quoted or photographed at least 16 separate times by the Associated Press, 14 times by Newsday, 13 times by the New York Daily News, and 12 times by the New York Post. Although he always gives his real name, he has admitted to making things up to get into the paper.
Packer’s status as a frequent interviewee is mostly due to his hobby of attending public appearances of celebrities and other media events and being first in line on such occasions, leading to him being dubbed a professional line sitter.
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