[Jill Stein is] pushing for these recounts in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan. But let's face it -- she was nowhere near winning ANY of these states. [....]  Stein is obviously a proxy/agent for Hillary -- so Hillary won't have to appear even more of a sore loser by whining and calling for a recount.
Would that be the Hillary
whose campaign-proxies in the "mainstream news (& entertainment
) media" did their mendacious (I doubt it was as benign as merely disingenuous) best to create a stink
about Trump's refusal to unconditionally accept
the "results of the election"?  When objective informed voters contemplate the corruption of the voting process caused by the illogical-but-vocal opposition--especially by Democrats and their identity-group sheep--to common-sense new laws that legally required voters
to present verifiable identification
before being issued a ballot?
Stein got less than 1% of the vote. Give me a break!  She can't possibly be interested in this for personal or professional reasons. [....]
In Florida, state law provides an automatic
recount when the margin
of the vote in a contest is 1/2%
(i.e.: 1/2 of 1%). Methinks I recall a limit in state law on granting unplanned recounts simply upon a candidate's formal request, (and I think I recall it) requiring
a 1% preliminarily reported margin
of votes cast in the contest (but that latter number is from fallible memory, so perhaps I ought to look it up and report herein).
Altho' I'm reluctant to place limits on the fundamental act of a representative republic
, it seems to me that a candidate ought to be required to be within 10%
margin of (i.e.: relative to) the winning vote, or most generously, perhaps no margin any greater
(that being the additive inverse to the majority required for ratifying treaties &c.) to be able to cause a recount without demonstrating probable cause
for a miscount. Not just in any court of law within the jurisdiction of the elective office, but in a court that completely encloses that jurisdiction."}
It has to be a "suitcase full of cash" [....]
Methinks the Clinton Foundation
would be eager to hand over at least 1 "suitcase full of cash
" while it has such riches available. Because a settled Electoral-College vote that confirms the election of D.J. Trump as president of the U.S.A. will devastate the
of the Clinton Foundation.