November 9, 2018
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Watch the Democrats try to steal elections.
Think about how Democratic dishonesty is a lot greater threat to freedom than some unproven Russian conspiracy.
As you watch the long, long, long counts in Florida, Arizona, and California, remember the long count which stole Senator Norm Coleman’s Senate seat for Al Franken in Minnesota.
Remember Democratic candidate for governor in Georgia Stacey Abrams’s assertion that her blue wave was made up of both legal and illegal residents. Remember that 22,000 of the applications her voter registration group filed in Georgia were either canceled, duplicative, or couldn’t be reconciled (probably because the voters did not exist).
The Democratic supervisor of elections for Broward County, Florida has a consistent record of breaking the law and trying to steal elections.
When you have the state’s sitting governor and Senate candidate, Governor Rick Scott, filing a lawsuit against “rampant fraud” and saying, “I will not stand idly by while unethical liberals try to steal an election.” Things have gotten very serious.
As Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel has said, “what’s happening in Broward County should concern every American.”
In Arizona, you can bet many of the 400,000 mail-in ballots still outstanding will likely turn out to be non-existent or votes cast by illegal immigrants – or simply made up by the election officials in two of the state’s most liberal counties. Already, the state Republican party has alleged that left-wing election officials in one county destroyed evidence related to early voting irregularities.
The fact is, that after all their feigned worries about Russia influencing the election, Democrats will end up stealing a lot more votes than Putin ever dreamed of taking.
Watch the next few days, remember the lies, smears, and character assassination Democrats threw at Justice Brett Kavanaugh.
And worry for the very fabric of our country.
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