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Well, we’re nearing the end of Week 2 of “Election Day 2020.”
And amidst the mounting legal squabbles we’re not any closer to determining the clear winner for the Oval Office.
However, the Dimtards, Woketard activists and Big Brother Tech are working overtime in an effort to convince 70+ million Trump voters no voter fraud occurred anywhere, or at anytime during this election year.
Every YouTube video that challenges the “no voter fraud” mantra has this notice displayed under the screen:
The AP has called the Presidential race for Joe Biden. See Google for more.
Even if there truly was no voter fraud, Tulsi Gabbard voter Just Some Guy points out the Dimtards’ actions from the “Thief in Chief” on-down, look bad.
Tucker Carlson conceded that “...it’s hard to trust anything you hear right now...”
Of course, this isn’t the first time Dimtards had collective meltdowns over an election.
Ann Coulter provides a handy-dandy reference: The Democrats’s Guide to Losing Gracefully.
But in this case, the Dimtards are acting more like “sore winners,” and branding any mention of voter fraud as just just some weird stuff that happened.
Which has Diogenes’ Middle Finger asking: What would it take to convince anyone of election rigging?
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While part of the no-voter-fraud fraud contains stories of ballots—all for Joe Biden—being dropped-off at polling sites in battleground states in the middle of the night, this industrial scale fraud was four years in the making.
And the no-voter-fraud fraud continues: Democrats encourage supporters to relocate to Georgia to vote...in the runoff elections.
Now that America stands at a crossroad, us Deplorables are being told to unite...
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...which really means “shut the Hell up.”.
The calls for “unity” ring hollow, especially when network hosts threaten the livelihood of Trump Supporters, along with the sinister desire to put Trump supporters on “lists.”
Tammy Bruce reminds everyone: The making of lists never ends well.
No it doesn’t.
Gregg Gutfeld called-out the Dimtards’ two-faced call for healing and “accountability” for what it truly is—retribution.
And the “accountability” is already underway, as the Lincoln Project threatened Trump lawyers, causing some to quit.
Fortunately, the “Trump Accountability Project” shut down after the backlash.
For the moment.
Meanwhile, as the ballot counting continues and both sides ramp-up for the Georgia run-off, remember: It’s not over.
There’s too much at stake.
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