Hillary Clinton Attacks Middle America, Calls For Elimination of Electoral College (VIDEO)

Failed Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton told CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Wednesday that it is time to eliminate the Electoral College as she continues her blame tour.

Hillary Clinton despises middle America. She didn’t even visit Michigan or Wisconsin during her presidential campaign and now she’s openly calling for the elites in New York and California to call Presidential elections–to hell with rural America.

The Electoral College beautifully filtered out fraud during the 2016 presidential election. There are just so many ballots that one county can stuff. While there is much evidence of voter fraud, the EC really helped stop the fraud at County and State lines.

No wonder why Hillary wants it gone.

When Anderson Cooper asked Hillary if the Electoral College should be abolished, she replied in the affirmative, “I said that in 2000 after what happened in the 2000 election with Al Gore.”

“I think it needs to be eliminated,” Hillary said of the Electoral College. “I’d like to see us move beyond it, yes.”

Hillary bragged about ‘winning the popular vote’ by nearly 3 million votes and said she believes in ‘one person, one vote’.

Here are the hard cold facts. Donald Trump won 30 States to Hillary’s 20 States. Donald Trump won 2,623 Counties to Hillary’s 489 Counties. By looking at the map below, you can see that Hillary’s cosmopolitan, elitist bias is showing because she wants only the coastal states to determine the outcome of presidential elections.

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