Democrats are out for revenge.

After President Trump stunned the world by defeating Hillary Clinton in 2016, they vowed to never let it happen again.

But now, this major Democratic plot to steal the 2020 election from Trump just fell apart.

There’s a movement taking place across the country to steal the 2020 presidential election from President Donald Trump, as well as any and all future presidential elections.

And it’s all over the fallout of the 2016 race in which Trump knocked off Hillary Clinton, who had more or less been coronated by Democrats to succeed President Barack Obama.

Trump’s win was chalked up by Democrats to his victory in the electoral college.

So their response was to plot the destruction of the electoral college with the hopes that it would not just deny Trump a second term in office, but guarantee a permanent Democratic majority.

Enter the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, a plot to combine Democratic-leaning electoral college votes together to vote for whoever wins the “popular vote.”

If a majority of states’ electoral college votes are allocated to the popular vote winner, it would render the electoral college completely meaningless.

Meaning that Trump could lose re-election simply because Democrats rigged the rules to let it be that way.

There’s one problem however.

The Democratic plot to steal the electoral college is starting to fall apart.

People are catching on to what is happening.

And even some Democrats aren’t comfortable with the plan.

“Nevada’s Democratic Gov. Steve Sisolak vetoed legislation Thursday to commit Nevada’s six electoral votes to a group of states agreeing to elect the president by popular vote. Assembly Bill 186 would have joined Nevada to the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, (NPVIC), which is an agreement between states to pool their electoral votes and voting results together into one aggregate pot,” reports the Daily Caller.

“Once effective, the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact could diminish the role of smaller states like Nevada in national electoral contests and force Nevada’s electors to side with whoever wins the nationwide popular vote, rather than the candidate Nevadans choose,” Sisolak said in a statement explaining his veto.

“As Nevada’s governor, I am obligated to make such decisions according to my own conscience. In cases like this, where Nevada’s interests could diverge from the interests of large states, I will always stand up for Nevada,” Sisolak added.

This makes a major milestone where a Democratic Governor rejected attempts from a Democratic legislature to rig the electoral college votes in a way that could make it easier for Democrats to win the White House.

While Sisolak may be punished politically for it, he did the right thing.

If the electoral college was abolished or otherwise rendered meaningless, then candidates would have much less reason for wanting to campaign in a small state like Nevada, as opposed to large states like Texas or California.

And Sisolak knows this, which is why he vetoed the bill.

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