Al Gore Was Not Elected President. Get over it.

Courtesy of Grabien and HBO

In the infamous 2000 Presidential Election a "Hanging Chad" determined in the end that George W. Bush would be this country's next President.

Al Gore did however win the popular vote and there was an outcry for Al Gore who had won the "majority vote" to become the President instead. This was not the first nor the last time a candidate would win the popular vote and lose the election die to the rules being for The Electoral College and NOT the popular vote.

It has happened 5 times in the history of our country. These five are: John Quincy Adams in 1824, Rutherford Hayes in 1876, Benjamin Harrison in 1888, George W. Bush in 2000 and Donald Trump in 2016.

Leave it to people like John Kerry and Hillary Clinton and Michael Moore to desperately cling to anything they can hold onto by saying that the popular vote should be the law of the land.

The Founding Fathers had a different idea that did not involve a corrupt system based on the whims of the populace.

A system had to be put in place so that people like John Kerry can't influence an election on a whim.

This kind of behavior is dangerous and simply pointing it out is not good enough anymore. You must educate people like this and inform them that they are the ones that are out of touch and in need of course correction.

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