Andrew Mark Miller:
Many Democrats across the country have been embarrassing themselves trying to pretend that Donald Trump didn’t win this election.
We have seen recounts.
We have seen a laundry list of excuses as to why Hillary lost. The most popular excuse seems to be that the Russians did it.
We have also seen a push to convince Electoral College voters to ignore the will of the people in their state and vote for Hillary which would essentially steal the election from Trump.
It turns out that some powerful Democrats are involved in this illogical and dishonest plan.
You know how we told you that a Van Jones PR firm was behind the effort?
It goes even deeper than that.
From The Daily Caller:
The public relations firm working behind the scenes with the faithless electors is rife with ties to prominent Democrats like President Obama and twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
The firm was co-founded by Van Jones, the former green jobs czar in the Obama White House who later resigned after it was revealed he signed a statement questioning whether the Bush administration had a role in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Jones now works as a CNN commentator.
Molly Haigh, Megaphone’s cofounder and president, worked for Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign. Haigh blames the Republican party’s “racist, misogynist, xenophobic fear mongering” for Trump’s rise to power.
Megaphone communications manager Diane May worked for Bernie Sanders on his 2016 presidential campaign. Megaphone’s website advertises the fact that May worked on both Obama presidential campaigns in 2008 and 2012.
Vien Truong, one of the firm’s four listed board members, headlined a Hillary Clinton fundraiser hosted last September by pro-Clinton environmentalist organization CleanTech Party. Truong also serves as the director of another Van Jones endeavor: Green for All, an environmentalist org that received a $200,000 cash infusion from left-wing financier George Soros through his Open Society Foundations as recently as 2010. Soros recently met with other liberal mega-donors to plot to their opposition to Trump, as first reported by Politico’s Ken Vogel.
This goes much deeper than just Van Jones.
Electoral College survey shows Trump has nothing to worry about
AP polled 330 of the 538 members of the EC.
They only found 1 Republican willing to switch away from Trump.
(and to …. where?)