It’s been one hell of a ride, and over the past 20 months, the silent majority has taken abuse from leftists on a full-time basis. Well, America has spoken, and we have had enough with the corrupt politicians that got us to be a broken shell of what we once were.
According to Fox News,
Donald Trump scored a run of significant projected victories Tuesday night in the battlegrounds of Wisconsin, Iowa, Florida, North Carolina and Ohio, swiftly complicating Hillary Clinton’s path as she trailed the Republican nominee in the electoral-vote count.
Fox News projects that Clinton will win the swing states of Virginia and Colorado. She also is projected to win California, a solidly blue state that is worth 55 electoral votes.
His victory in Florida comes in the biggest and most significant battleground state that was up for grabs Tuesday night. And in winning Wisconsin, he becomes the first Republican presidential candidate to win the state since 1984; it was a major setback for Clinton, who was widely expected to win there.
It was too early or close to call other vital battlegrounds, including: Pennsylvania, Nevada, Arizona and New Hampshire.
“We’re feeling buoyant,” Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway told Fox News.
While the outcome of the big swing state races is unclear, Fox News can project that Trump will win in Georgia, Utah, Idaho, Montana, Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Kansas, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming. In Nebraska, one of just two states that does not use a winner-take-all system of awarding delegates, Fox News can project that Trump will win four electoral votes. It is too early to say who will win the final vote in that state. Trump earlier claimed projected victories in South Carolina, West Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana, Alabama, Missouri, Mississippi, Oklahoma and Tennessee.
Clinton, meanwhile, is projected to win delegate-rich New York. Clinton was projected to easily win her home state of Illinois, and is also projected to win Oregon, Hawaii, Washington state, New Mexico, Connecticut, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Maryland, Rhode Island, Vermont, Delaware and the District of Columbia.
The incoming returns follow a frenzied day of voting across America marked by long lines and last-minute appeals for support from both campaigns.
While the race has tightened in recent days, the Democratic nominee still seemed to enter Election Day with the edge on the electoral map in her quest to become the first woman elected U.S. president. But Trump voiced confidence Tuesday about his chances in key battlegrounds.
“We’re going to win a lot of states,” the Republican nominee told Fox News, as he aims for an upset victory to cap his improbable campaign which came from behind to vanquish 16 competitors in the rowdy Republican primaries.
The general election race between Clinton and Trump has been no less grueling.
The presidential debates were marked by outbursts, interruptions and name-calling, as the candidates dealt before, during and after with a slew of campaign twists that kept the race in flux all the way to Election Day.
Here is Trump’s long road to the White House:
America, we did it. Not only was Donald Trump elected, but we scored a majority in both the House and Senate. We can breathe a sigh of relief from the likes of corrupt politicians like Hillary Clinton, but make no mistake, all our work is still ahead of us. It’s up to us to Make America Great Again. Let’s make it count.