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Imagine yourself in the HRC war room Tuesday night:
7PM - Giddy with excitement, FWPOTUS making Herstory.
8PM - All good, exit polls looking right on target, Hillary landslide on the way (Virginia still to close to call? Weird, but no problem...)
9PM - What the fuck is happening in Florida? And Virginia is still too close to call?
10PM - This can't be happening, This just can't be happening. Trump just took Ohio and Florida is still in play.
11PM - We lost North Carolina, Florida and Iowa, his path is opening up and our path is closing. Make a list of close vote states we can challenge.
12PM - We're screwed. He's going to win Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Some one get the networks on the phone - don't let them announce the Pennsylvania results. We need to strategize.
1PM - The Daily Kos live blog has it down.
2PM - We'll demand recounts in all the close elections and use our lawyers to win this thing - John, get out there and tell those people to go home.


This is the most graceless and dismissive speeches ever delivered by a losing side in US election history. "Thanks for your two year commitment to our cause, now go home and get some sleep while we throw the country into a constitutional crisis and muscle our way to victory." The 2AM concession phone call must have been something:
HRC: Donald, we're going to call for recounts in Florida, North Carolina, and our Blue Wall states so I'm afraid we'll have to wait...
Trump: Hold it right there Hillary. You think you're dealing with some GOP hack like Bush or Romney? You better get your mind right and I mean right now. I'm not a politician sister, you're talking to a real estate developer and if you litigate I'll chew you're pussy up and spit it out in court. I'm giving you one minute to accept the results and if you don't I'll hand this phone over to Michael Cohen.
HRC: We can't just accept the results. we think there's...
Trump: I'll crucify you, I'll drag you through so much mud you'll never get clean, and when it's all over and I've won then I'll prosecute you to the fullest and lock you up, that I can promise you. You've got 40 seconds.
HRC: Hold on. (muffled sound of a heated conversation) Okay, Donald, okay, if I do this you'll let me skate on the server and foundation prosecution?
Trump: (sigh) You don't deserve it, I want you to know that, but yes, I'll give you a pass.
HRC: Congratulations Mr. President-Elect and good luck. Will I see you this weekend at the Schumer's?
Trump: I'll see you there Hilary, great job on the campaign - I know how hard it was on you physically but you're a real fighter. Give my best to Bill.
Yes, it's a mad world (sit and listen!) my fellow citizens and remember that's how it happened. Contemplate the simple pleasures of life and "move on" to an America Made Great Again.
I've been roaming around for hours
Singing all your songs while
Standing at the edge about to fall
Faces crushed against the wall
The sudden fear of singing all your songs of
Staring into space I hear the sound
From a voice that's never found
The sudden fear is strange
But maybe it's all a big mistake
And you live on all you take
From the lives that have always been close
I've been roaming around for hours
Singing all your songs of praise
How on earth can I complain
How in hell can I be safe
This sudden fear is strange
This sudden fear of change

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