SENATE DEMOCRATS TO INTRODUCE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO ABOLISH ELECTORAL COLLEGE | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


SENATE DEMOCRATS TO INTRODUCE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT TO ABOLISH ELECTORAL COLLEGE

Leading Democratic senators are expected to introduce a constitutional amendment Tuesday to abolish the Electoral College, adding momentum to a long-shot idea that has been gaining steam among 2020 presidential candidates.

Sen. Brian Schatz of Hawaii plans to introduce the measure, along with Sen. Dick Durbin of Illinois, the No. 2-ranking Democrat in the Senate, and Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California, the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Also signed on to the legislation is Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, one of a growing number of presidential candidates who have called for electing presidents by popular vote, even though changing the Constitution is seen as virtually impossible today.

A constitutional amendment may be proposed by a two-thirds supermajority in both the House (about 290 votes) and Senate (67 votes) and requires ratification by 38 states.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

We knew this was coming; the only question is, why so late, after the 2016 elections?!?

I think that the Desperate Dementocrats truly believed that the Mueller investigation and Russiagate were going to get President Trump impeached and thrown out of office.

They, and the alleged "news outlets" which supported them, are now paying, in spades for that miserable attempt to swat down the man who actually won the election, President Trump, but will never get the votes of smaller, less populated states who are protected by the Electoral College in time to affect the 2020 elections.

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