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Conclusion pre-election

I hope that the outcome of this Presidential election will not have the effect on America I feel today.

However wins the election today could be a problem for America and/or the world.

Are country has been "legally divided" since 2009, why do I say "legally" because human rights are respected because of the laws too often.

What effect will this election have on many?
If Donald loses, that the system has betrayed them and this gives them the right to attack the system. What this means no one knows, it could be raciest, anti LGBT, anti-government, anti-immigrant or any ANTI. Will this create a small civil war?

If Donald wins, that the new system will allow hate and remove so many rights recovered over this last 8 years. Will this give Donald's supporters the right to cleanup America?

In Delaware, Ohio 12:47 PM ET was this the signal for his troops to be ready?
"I would like to promise and pledge to all of my voters and supporters and to all of the people of the United States that
I will totally accept the results of this great and historic presidential election, if I win,"

As I indicated many months ago in the chapter "Donald's principle - Act 1: Being noticed"
Donald Trump became the "spiritual leader" for people that felt the existing system was against them, these hate groups needed a leader which they felted they found in Donald. His first followers believe in him and they will follow him whatever happens. There are millions of them. Many are fanatically devoted to him. Many believe that Trump is headed for a landslide victory, because that is what he is telling them. Many believe, just as Trump said during the debate, that Hillary Clinton should legally not be allowed to be president because she’s committed a crime. Many believe that Clinton and her campaign are colluding with nonwhites to rig the election.

Is it true Donald never actually wanted to be President of the United States:

Trump as I said is a con-man don't confuse a con-artist with a crook:
A crook: is a habitual or professional criminal; a consistently dishonest person.
A con-artist: a person adept at lying, cajolery, or glib self-serving talk.

Since Donald feels his situation is getting a little more difficult just check:
During the first debate, he promised to accept a Clinton win.
During the second debate, he “joked” — not really joking — that she’d better hope she won, because if he won he’d put her in jail.
By the third debate, he simply reneged on his earlier promise: “I will look at it at the time,” he said when asked if he’d accept the election results. “What I’ve seen is so bad.”

Check out the true Donald:

A strange thing during the 3 Debates (270 minutes)

Donald always has a problem with his microphone (nervous?) and he drinks a lot (water?).
The words: God or Jesus was never pronounced.
People often use "Oh my God" or "Jesus Christ" when referring to something unbelievable, and to me this debates where "unbelievable".

Please don't misunderstand me I know it doesn't have anything to do with religions but most moral people use these words often.

 Remember a John Adams Quote:

Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.


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