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What would happen if Donald Trump refused to concede this election?

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" The vote of the electoral college is conclusive, legal experts say, and it’s irrelevant whether the loser concedes or not."

Correct.  The "loser" does not need to concede... it is just a dignified courtesy...

But, that does not mean that the "loser" cannot or should not contest the results if there is probable cause.

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9 hours ago, Jaxinjersey said:

" The vote of the electoral college is conclusive, legal experts say, and it’s irrelevant whether the loser concedes or not."

Correct.  The "loser" does not need to concede... it is just a dignified courtesy...

But, that does not mean that the "loser" cannot or should not contest the results if there is probable cause.

.....As long as George Soro's voting machine are used to calculate the tally on national elections there will always be....''Probable Cause''.... 

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Right as rain JAX & SKEET !

Every time we see another kommie hit piece from umbertino we wanna gag.

His ilk trades in mis / dis information on a grand scale as part of the evil agenda to

further enslave the folks.

Wonder if he ever feels guilty cashing those checks from his kommie masters.... <_<

Somebody oughtta unleash the terrorists on 'the Guardian' like they did Charlie Hebdo.

Whatta hack propaganda machine THAT is.

 

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19 hours ago, SgtFuryUSCZ said:

***///

Right as rain JAX & SKEET !

Every time we see another kommie hit piece from umbertino we wanna gag.

His ilk trades in mis / dis information on a grand scale as part of the evil agenda to

further enslave the folks.

Wonder if he ever feels guilty cashing those checks from his kommie masters.... <_<

Somebody oughtta unleash the terrorists on 'the Guardian' like they did Charlie Hebdo.

Whatta hack propaganda machine THAT is.

People lost their lives for nothing more than free speech, the very thing we as Americans fight to preserve everyday.......A true "Patriot" would know this.  <_<

GO RV, then BV   

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