T won Clinton by less than 1 point in WI. Gerrymandering

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    you might find this interesting~~~~~
    More lives were lost during the Civil War than world war 1 + 2 combined.

    There have been numerous mass extinctions of human tribes.

    The Jews were not the only one's
    b.t.w. they stil be with us & welcome

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    He won the Electoral College!

    He is the President!!

    End of Story!!!

    Run a better Candidate that can win next time or run Warren and lose again...
     
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    The OP'er blame Gerrymandering but if you look closer at the vote totals you will realize Jill Stein did better than expected in states like Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania...

    Now the question should be ask is how many of Sanders voters stayed home or voted for Stein and how many minorities that voted for Obama stayed home and did not vote for Clinton?
     
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    That's for historians to talk about

    It's the here and now that has gotten my attention

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