The Dems don’t want to admit this — — they’re busy blaming the electoral college, Jill Stein, the “uneducated voter” (they used to love those people when they voted Dem, but I digress) anything other than the actual reasons, which is they (1) predecided years ago they were going to run a certain candidate, (2) refused to alter course no matter how horribly flawed, unpopular, and considering how much baggage she was carrying, and (3) ran on no platform at all other than “she’s not Trump.”
Trump was the most beatable candidate in history. Yet he won.
Trump is currently the least popular new president in his first month in history. Yet, if Hilary had won, that title would have been hers. Tells you something.
Trump won without a mandate; but the GOP has one. They were projected to lose a dozen house seats, they lost half that; the Dems were a huge favorite to take eight-odd seats in the Senate; they took two.
If the GOP had nominated Cruz, Rubio, or Kasich, not only would have they won the electoral but they would have won the popular vote as well.
And yet, there’s no soul-searching out there, and they seem to want to double down on failure. Very odd.