Jill Stein Doesn’t Believe Hillary Lost these Battleground states and is now doing THIS!

Politics makes for strange bedfellows, and Jill Stein wanting a recount for Hillary Clinton is one of those. Stein is trying to fund the $2 Million need to force recounts in Michigan, Wisconson, and Pennsylvania. That would overthrow the Trump victory and put the nation in turmoil. Not that the liberal progressives would mind if it achieves their assent to power.

As Written By UPI for Breitbart:

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein on Wednesday made a major push to raise $2 million to pay for recount efforts in three critical battleground states that cost Hillary Clinton the election.

Stein launched an online funding page Wednesday, hoping to raise the money by next week so recount efforts can begin immediately in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania — three states that provide enough electoral votes (46) to give Clinton the victory.

Stein’s efforts follow various claims of potential voting anomalies in those three typically-Democratic states, all of which voted for President Barack Obama in 2012 and 2008. In fact, a Republican presidential candidate hasn’t taken even one of those states since 1988.

“We are raising money to demand recounts in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania — three states where the data suggests a significant need to verify machine-counted vote totals,” Stein’s fundraising page tells supporters. “In true grassroots fashion, we’re turning to you, the people, and not big-money corporate donors to make this happen.”

As of late Wednesday afternoon, nearly $600,000 of the $2 million target had been raised.

Stein’s effort comes at a time many are wondering whether a recount should be ordered.

Last week, a group of computer scientists and election lawyers called on the Clinton campaign to demand a recount in those three states, The Wall Street Journal reported —

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Jill Stein raising $2M for recount in 3 battleground states that would elect Clinton – Breitbart

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