CHICAGO, IL (KTRK) --A protester in Chicago had but one passionate plea after a second night of anti-Trump demonstrations: He wants Hillary Clinton to "sue the United States of America."
The man started his dissertation with an argument some could agree with regarding the Electoral College.
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The protester drew parallels between the way votes are weighed between states and slavery.
Then, he said the Democratic nominee for president should take the case before the eight justices of the U.S. Supreme Court.
"Hillary, you're a lawyer," the protester said. "Walk in. Go to the Supreme Court. I believe in you, Hillary."
The demonstrator said the country deserves to acknowledge the popular vote, which Clinton appears to have won in the 2016 election.
"This country needs you to stand up and walk into the Supreme Court and say, 'One vote equals one vote.' What's wrong with that? What's the debate?" he said.
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