Pennsylvania and Wisconsin pushed the victory; Hallelujah

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very small majorities in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin pushed the victory; rural America went to Trump, American cities to Clinton

Florida

29 electoral votes
48%  C
4,485,745
49%   T
4,605,515
………………

Pennsylvania

20 electoral votes
48%   C
2,844,491
49%   T
2,912,442
………………

Michigan

16 electoral votes
47%    C
2,263,198
48%     T
2,275,844
………………

North Carolina

15 electoral votes
47%   C
2,162,074
51%     T
2,339,603
…………………

Virginia

13 electoral votes
50%   C
1,912,687
45%    T
1,728,798
……………….

Colorado

9 electoral votes
47%   C
1,126,384
45%    T
1,075,752
…………….

Ohio

18 electoral votes
44%    C
2,317,001
52%     T
2,771,984
……………

Wisconsin

10 electoral votes
47%    C
1,381,892
48%    T
1,409,282
…………….

Nevada

6 electoral votes
48%   C
537,753
46%    T
511,319
………………….

New Hampshire

4 electoral votes
48%    C
346,816
47%    T
345,379
……………….

Iowa

6 electoral votes
42%
652,437    C
52%            T
798,302
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McGinty-Toomey, Penn. US Senate Race

 Gov. Wolf — after at first saying he felt good about McGinty’s chances — told attendees it would be a long night.  By the end, few celebrants remained at what Democrats hoped would be their victory party.  Democrats had thought that Trump’s presence would help them in a state that has tilted blue in previous presidential election years.  But he was running stronger in Pennsylvania than many expected, perhaps even Toomey.  He captured the state around 1:40 a.m.

The senator did not take a firm stand on the GOP nominee during the campaign — not until he voted around 6:45 p.m. Tuesday.  He told reporters that he had “serious questions” about the nominee’s temperament and judgment but that “we’ve just gotta change the course we’re on.”

McGinty had hammered Toomey as “spineless” for refusing to take a stand sooner, with those attacks making up the bulk of her message in the race’s final weeks.  The Pennsylvania contest had become a proxy battle by the two national parties.  McGinty was bidding to become Pennsylvania’s first woman senator.

Long a high-level aide in Washington and Harrisburg the former chief of staff for Wolf was picked by Democratic leaders in Washington to be the face of a crucial campaign and heavily-backed by Democratic leaders, including Clinton, President Obama and Vice President Biden.

A relative unknown, McGinty had pledged to support Clinton and middle class Americans she argued were left behind by a changing economy, and Republicans such as Toomey.

Toomey had painted her as a “rubber stamp” for Democratic leaders, and pitched himself as a check on a potential Clinton White House.  He won an often ugly race colored by deeply personal attacks.  Toomey, once a darling of the right, had to walk a political tightrope in recent years — needing to please both his conservative base while trying to appeal to moderate swing voters.   http://www.philly.com/philly/news/politics/20161109_Pa__Senate_head_geos_her_enahde.html

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China Passes ‘Cyber-Security’ Law Banning Speech Threatening ‘Socialist System’

11-9-16    On Monday, China’s Parliament passed a cyber-security law that has foreign businesses and human-rights activists nervous, as it will place even more restrictions on China’s already tightly controlled Internet when its practices are implemented next June.     http://truepundit.com/china-passes-cyber-security-law-banning-speech-threatening-socialist-system/

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America went in spirit to Valley Forge again in order to gain the roots, the vision, the unity and the victory.     Hallelujah.  Hallelujah.

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breaking news from wikileaks:  Cw2gtMBWIAEAnLh.jpg

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