He doesn't "dodge" anything. As Elizabeth Warren posted, this means that it is no longer a matter of debate but FACT that Donald Trump committed massive fraud against thousands of people.
Why we are still moving forward with this sick individual as a president elect is stunning beyond belief. The acquiescence of leading Democrats - the total failure to act in any aggressively meaningful fashion in stopping his entry into office. The press, too, is complicit in this process.
I don't know who I'm madder at .. this disgusting candidate and his band of criminal racist misogynist thugs - or people like Clinton and Obama who don't put up any fight - and their idiot campaign strategists -- who they still haven't figured out aren't even real strategists and campaigners.
This man should be sitting in jail right. He should charged,, too, as an admitted serial sex offender. He also raped a child in front of several credible witnesses. His wife is a Slovenian fascist slut. She worked in the country illegally and obtained citizenship illegally - meaning, that, under US law, her citizenship should even be revoked. Yet they stand there talking about their registry lists for Muslims.
They are so utterly corrupt and without any scruples or real principles.
The electoral college is filled with similarly unfit persons. They are not capable of doing their jobs -- which, in this case, means turning the votes over to Clinton, who is not unfit - and who won the popular vote by over 2 million and still counting.
The electoral college was established for this purpose as per Alexander Hamilton. (irony, considering what just happened on Broadway) If it cannot, however, any longer fulfill its intention, it should be immediately abolished and the popular vote determining the election. Meaning, in this case, to Clinton.
So - they would need to go to court for this - correct?
So what is going on? Where is the action? There's not even any discussion in the news about it. It's just this blah, blah, blah about mobilizing against his administration. But what about stopping his entry into office altogether?