So much for the new, moderate--dare we say centrist--Hillary Rod ham Clinton. Yesterday she lined up with her party's moonbat "They-stole-Ohio" caucus to headline the first formal congressional challenge to a presidential election since 1877--only to see the effort, in equal measures baseless and slanderous, fial spectacularly. No doubt visions of her own installation are daning in Hilary's head; that could explain her flirtation with the frassy-knoll commandos of her party's left wing: they work hard for their candidates in presidential primaries. The fun started yesterday during the constitutionally mandated joint session to certify the Nov. 2 vote. At which point the session dissloved, with the menbers retiring to their respective chambers to debate the matter. Then both chambers overwhelmingly rejected the objection. Even Hillary voted to certify the results-but not before a seismic fracture between herself and her colleague form New York, Sen. Chucky Schumer appeared: *Said Schumer: "My view is that you don't hold up the election unless there is concrete real evidence of fraud. I haven't seen that." *Said Clinton: "As we look at our election system, I think it's fair to say that there are many legitamate questions about it's accuracy,about it's intergrity, and they are not confined to .....Ohio." Schumer of course is correct. There is no evidence of fraud in the Ohio outcome. None. If Hillary Clinton had any, she would have raised them long before yesterday's pander to internet trolls and others who see benefit in undermining the legitimacy of critical American institutions............... www.nypost.com/postopinion/editorial/37788.htm Gee sounds like Hillary and Chucky had a bad break-up??? Well at the risk of stating the obvious, I think we all now know what group she will be representing when she runs for office.............BIG SHOCKER Huh???