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Democrat Governor Signs Bill That Pledges Electoral Votes to POPULAR Vote Winner

Come again!?

John Salvatore

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Jared Polis was elected governor of Colorado in 2018, despite carrying some baggage.

More on that below in just a bit.

Now, Polis has signed a bill that will hand Electoral College votes to the winner of the nationwide popular vote.

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If all Democrat governors start doing this, it could definitely wind up being a problem for Republicans.

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From Denver Post:

Gov. Jared Polis on Friday quietly signed a bill that pledges Colorado’s Electoral College votes to the presidential candidate who wins the national popular vote.

The National Popular Vote Act makes Colorado part of a multi-state compact — but it only takes effect if and when enough states join to control 270 electoral votes.

About Polis’s baggage, as mentioned above – circa late 2018…

From Colorado Public Radio:

A two-decades-old police report details an altercation between Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jared Polis and his former personal assistant, as he attempted to prevent her from leaving his office with stolen documents.

In the police narrative, Polis said he pushed Patricia Hughes, at the same time that she was hitting him with a bag. The police report from June 23, 1999, was first written about in the conservative outlet The Washington Free Beacon. Polis is listed as the victim on the report. Hughes was charged and pled guilty to stealing trade secrets after police found company contracts in her bags.

Speaking of Democrat governors, things seem to keep getting worse for Virginia’s Ralph Northam.

Everyone now knows about his racist yearbook photos. He also admitted to using shoe polish as blackface when dressing like Michael Jackson.

Now, a 2013 video shows Northam refusing to shake the hand of a black opponent.

Heck, Ralph wouldn’t even acknowledge the man.

See for yourself:

WATCH:

Kate Brown, Democrat governor of Oregon, set aside $4 million to fight President Trump and defend lawbreakers.

From OPB:

$4 million to fight the Trump administration in court. Half of that money would go into an “Oregon Defense Fund” and pay for ongoing and forthcoming lawsuits filed by the state against the federal government. The other half would pay for the defense of immigrants who are in deportation proceedings.

Brown’s main priorities are education, health care, housing and climate change.

Brown: “I believe that this approach is necessary because we have a lot of work to do over the next few years. Oregon’s state motto is not, ‘She rests on her laurels.’

The liberal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has once again decided to go against President Trump.

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