Electoral College Comes Forth With Decision… Leaves MILLIONS In Shock

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Electors around the country are being harassed with a barrage phone calls, letters, emails — and even death threats —from liberals who are desperately trying to block Donald Trump from being voted in as president by the Electoral College on Monday.

But the chance of these bullying leftists of actually derailing Trump from the presidency are slim to none.

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The Associated Press found after interviewing more than 330 electors from both parties, that scores of the electors were going to cast their votes for the President-elect.

“They feel bound by history, duty, party loyalty or the law to rubber-stamp their state’s results and make him president,” electors told Associated Press. “Appeals numbering in the tens of thousands — drowning inboxes, ringing cellphones, stuffing home and office mailboxes with actual handwritten letters — have not swayed them.

Nashville, Texas elector Tom Lawless, an attorney, who voted for Marco Rubio in the primaries says the chance he doesn’t vote for Trump is unlikely.

“Hell will freeze and we will be skating on the lava before I change,” he said. “He won the state and I’ve pledged and gave my word that that’s what I would do. And I won’t break it.”

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Jim Skaggs, a Bowling Green, Kentucky elector promise to vote for Trump regardless of his concerns about the President-elect.

“His personality worries me,” Skaggs said. “He is not open-minded.”

Skaggs claims to have met Trump decades ago and knew Trump’s father through the construction business, but “wasn’t impressed.”

“I hope he is far better than I think he is,” Skaggs said. Even so, “I fully intend to vote for Donald Trump, I think it’s a duty.”

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Mexican immigrant Hector Maldonado is a Sullivan, Missouri elector. He says voting for Trump is as important a responsibility as is the oath he made upon becoming a citizen.

“I took an oath once to become a U.S. citizen,” he said, “and on Aug. 14, 1995, that was the first oath that I’ve taken to support the U.S. Constitution. A year later I took the oath again, to support the duties of being an officer in the U.S. Army. This was the third oath that I’ve taken to execute what I promised to do.”

Trump won 306 electoral votes on election night, surpassing the required 270 needed to win officially election Monday, when the electors will gather in their respective state capitals to vote. His opponents would need to convince 37 Republican electors to defect.

So far only one – Chris Suprun of Texas – has said he will do so. That’s because he is a complete scumbag.

Suprun, who’s married with three young kids, reportedly paid for cheating website Ashley Madison in 2012, using the same address registered to his 9/11 charity.

Liberal filth.

God Bless.

I VOTED FOR DONALD TRUMP AND TOGETHER WE WILL MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!

Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

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