No no, it is far more ridiculous. Changing the constitution has been done 27 times. The task takes only a few signatures. However, changing the statehood of a State would be unprecedented — at least as far as my research reveals. Such a task would require far more thought and actions.

But all of that would only be relevant in this conversation if anyone in their right mind was actually suggesting that we amend the constitution right at this moment and give the election to Hillary. I have not come across anyone who is suggesting that. Rightfully so, people are instead suggesting that we stop repeating this mistake of ignoring the results of the popular votes in favor of the elector votes.

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