Hillary Clinton was advised by a team of researchers and legal representatives to require a recount in three states won by Donald Trump. The team includes voting-rights lawyer John Bonifaz and Professor J. Alex Halderman of the University of Michigan, think that these vote counts from three states are inaccurate and possibly hacked.
Based upon their evaluation, Clinton should have won in these states if the counts were accurate. It seems that someone has hacked into the system, but it’s too early to assume. Last Thursday, the protestors held a teleconference with Clinton project chairman John Podesta and project advisor Marc Elias to discuss this matter, according to an insider.
Clinton was supposed to win in these three states, but it turned out to be the opposite.
For now, the team is trying to figure out whether the stats were hacked or not. They’re saying that this isn’t right for Hillary Clinton supporters – especially that there are implications from the White House if Russians are hacking into the system.
Experts say that there’s no need for a recount, however, it doesn’t stop the supporters from demanding a recount in these states. As these issues are addressed, a consultant to Hillary Clinton said that the White House concentrates on a smooth transfer of power and Clinton will not dare to test the outcome of the US elections.
The Clinton camp is lacking time to challenge the vote counts. As what we have learned, there is a due date for recounts, Friday for Wisconsin; Monday for Pennsylvania; and Wednesday for Michigan.