Well, This is Interesting...
dipping a toe into it. After Jill Stein raised $5.7 million for the legal and recount fees (which are expected to total $6-7 million), they're finally getting involved. Some people might question, if the ruins of the Clinton campaign want to get involved in the recount process, why not chip in some cash and put their money where their mealy mouths are?
My answer? They already had. Where else do you think that $5.7 m came from? It sure as hell wasn't cash-strapped hippie dippy granola-eating Green voters. That money came from well-financed Clinton backers (most likely starting with puppet master Soros through a proxy or two) who are fighting a proxy war of their own using Jill Stein and her campaign as their infantry, their useful idiots. It's a win-win situation for the Clintonistas:
If the recount yields fruit that puts their Goldwater Girl in the WH, great! If it doesn't, their lack of proximity will give them enough plausible deniability to blame the entire debacle on Stein if and when it blows up in her face like a prank cigar.
My prediction: Trump's still sleazing his way into the White House and this recount will be a waste of $7 million. After all, the various county elections officials are probably the ones that hacked the electronic voting machines in the counties in which Clinton did the most poorly (she fared much better in WI counties in which paper ballots were used, one of the Stein campaign's biggest bones of contention).
I won't trust the recount results in the famously fascist Michigan or even Pennsylvania. Republicans are even now ensuring their people are firmly embedded in the recount process and the results won't change much if at all. After all, if the ballot results shift noticeably but still give the presidency to Trump, all the recount will do is inspire more distrust in the electoral process. And considering Trump's slim margins of "victory" in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, they don't have a lot of wiggle room, to begin with. If Trump walks away with 2% fewer votes in the first two and 3% fewer in PA, it'll hand the presidency to Hillary Clinton.
And the Obama administration is helping Camp Clinton about as much as it's assisting the water protectors in North Dakota, which is to say not at all. In fact, the Go Along to Get Along At All Costs Obama administration actually said in a press release,
"Nevertheless, we stand behind our election results, which accurately reflect the will of the American people."
Right. If that were true, we'd be going by the popular vote that Clinton won instead of an outdated and irrelevant Electoral College that's a relic of the 18th century.