Plan B? Are the Clintons setting up a new party?
The article cited below is written from a business takeover specialist's viewpoint. The author says he was struck by Hillary's concession speech: the delay, the purple both Clinton's were wearing (the reason for the delay?), the Clinton need/desire for a new income source now that pay-to-play ("their main product feature") won't work any more, her Stronger Together theme, the Foundation already set up and pre-funded, her mention of a "representative democracy such as ours," rather than the representative republic that we actually are.
"Hint: Start a new movement with its own unique logo, branding, power structure, messaging, and funding all within your control, and startup takes little more than a flip-of-the-switch because seed funding is more or less already – in the bank. It’s absolutely brilliant from a business perspective.
Shed the colors of the “Blue” of the “Dems” and the “Red” of the “Repubs” into the new purple of “Stronger Together!” Hit up disgruntled Bernie Sanders followers with “We’re just as miffed as you! Donate now to the new cause!” “Why wait for another stolen democratic election! Fight now!! Send your donations to: ___________”"
He says to expect more organized Purple Protests and a campaign to end the electoral college, which would mean that winning just three big states, such as New York, California, and Texas, could control an election. Those of us in the Rust Belt, or the Flyover States, would no longer have even as little voice as we usually do now.
I'd never thought of that benefit of the electoral college before, but I do remember now that it and the Senate were set up to protect the interests of the smaller states that were reluctant to join a United States.