When Dems Lose Elections, they Protest, Cry Racism, ‘Find’ Votes

Hillary Clinton certainly has changed the way that elections are perceived. Since she lost the presidential election she has been complaining regularly for two full years.

One TV commentator counted 62 different reasons that Hillary has given for losing, blaming everyone but herself for her awful campaign.

Hillary is the opposite of a strong feminist. She has turned into the stereotype of a weak, whining, insecure and patently un-gracious woman.

Now the black female Democrat who lost the Georgia gubernatorial election on November 6 is doing the same thing even after losing by more than 63,000 votes. When her opponent Republican Brian Kemp – who was supported by president Trump in the primaries – was declared the official winner Stacey Abrams said:

“I acknowledge that former Secretary of State Brian Kemp will be certified as the victor in the 2018 gubernatorial election, but to watch an elected official who claims to represent the people in this state baldly pin his hopes for election on the suppression of the people’s democratic right to vote has been truly appalling. So, let’s be clear. This is not a speech of concession. Because concession means to acknowledge an action is right, true or proper. As a woman of conscience and faith, I cannot concede that. But my assessment is the law currently allows no further viable remedy.”

In other words she has decided to protest after she lost legitimately, just like Hillary. Naturally this is going to spiral down into a racial issue, that somehow blacks were robbed of the election. ‘Suppression’ is the key phrase. Already this mantra is making the rounds of Democrats and their media cronies.

And since there is no way to prove this ‘suppression’ it makes a perfect fable for Democrats to repeat over and over and over without proof, like the Russia collusion story.

Yet it is Democrats who are showing all of the voter irregularities in very liberal places like Broward County, Florida and in races across the country won by Democrats when thousands of ballots were suddenly “found” after the original vote counts were close or showed the Republican candidate winning.

In 2016 it was reported that 37% of all of the precincts in heavily black and Democrat Detroit showed more votes counted than voters registered. Multiply this by tens of thousands of urban precincts across America and you have major fraud by the millions… always favoring Democrats, that is.

Consider the elections for governors in Florida and Georgia, and for US senator in Florida. Republicans won all three, but the initial vote counts were somewhat close and we can be pretty sure that Detroit-style voter fraud already was “baked in” to the original Democrat vote totals (illegal aliens voting, over-counts of ballots, multiple ballots cast by a single person, voting in two places, fake ballots, etc.).

But when those techniques did not provide enough votes for Democrats to win, thousands more ballots were suddenly “found” as they were in some crucial races in California.

Cristine Laila on The Gateway Pundit reports about conservative Orange County, California where Republican candidate for governor John Cox got 200,000 more votes than the Democrat candidate in the mid-term election. Yet Laila reports:

Orange County, a traditionally conservative enclave in Southern California turned all blue after Democrats found tens of thousands of votes post election day.

Just two years ago in 2016, only 2 Congressional districts in Orange County voted (Democrat)–now just two years later every single district voted (Democrat).

Democrat blue wave? More like Democrat election fraud.

The 39th district was officially called for Democrat Gil Cisneros over Republican Young Kim who up by 3 points on election night and was set to be the first Korean-American Congresswoman. The Democrats stole this race with ‘late votes.’

Young Kim was up by 3,900 votes on election night with 100% of the precincts reporting according to AP and she ended up losing by 3,000 votes 11 days after the election.

Republican Congresswoman Mimi Walters in California’s 45th district was also ahead on election night then was magically defeated by Democrat Katie Porter several days after the election.

Democrat Katie Porter was trailing (incumbent Republican) Mimi Walters on election night then jumped ahead by hundreds of votes after the Democrats produced thousands of ballots after the election.

There may be something more sinister happening in Orange County, California.

Does this sound right after the big John Cox plurality in Orange County?

No… of course not. Laila continued:

The Gateway Pundit spoke to two concerned voters in California’s 45th district who said when they went to vote, they were told they weren’t on the roster so they were given provisional ballots.

Two registered Republicans in California’s 45th district told this reporter that they have been voting for over 20 years in Orange County and what happened this midterm has never happened to them–EVER.

“I’ve been a registered Republican and an active voter for over 20 years and when I went to vote on election day, I was told that I wasn’t on the roster so I was given a provisional ballot,” a Republican voter told The Gateway Pundit.

Was this an isolated incident or is this more widespread?

One America News reporter Jack Posobiec spoke to a pollworker in California on election day.

The pollworker told Jack Posobiec, “I have received a very large amount of voters whose registration was changed to vote by mail without their consent and then not mailed their ballots. I’m allowing provisional voting. My registrar is giving me the runaround about this and just saying don’t worry. …

The Drudge Report featured the story about the stunning losses in Orange County and the responses by concerned voters in Southern California raised eyebrows as well.

One woman who lives in Newport Beach in California’s 48th district said she hasn’t missed a vote in 43 years and was forced to fill out a provisional ballot on election day; her vote still hasn’t been counted.

“I was made to fill out provisional ballot after voting in the same precinct in OC consistently 20 years said I was mail in never have been My vote still has not been counted I check daily. Same with (conservative) friends. I’m ind. never missed a vote n 43 yrs,” tweeted a Newport Beach resident named Vanessa Butler.

Another lady in the same county said on the Rush Limbaugh radio program that after she had changed her registration from Republican to Independent she immediately got an email message from liberal singer Taylor Swift. In other words her registration switch was obviously reported by her voter registrar to an outside pro-Democrat voter group, which is certainly illegal.

Then get this… She received a total of six ballots, two by email and four in the mail.

This is how Democrats commit fraud on a large scale. And we can assume that it is going on all over the country, as it has for decades, but is much more intense since president Trump was elected.

Meanwhile John Nolte of Breitbart News reported about how Fox News may have affected the California races:

Nearly 90 minutes before polls closed in California, Fox News chose to make the irresponsible announcement that Republicans had already lost the U.S. House of Representatives. Did that early call cost the Republicans Orange County, California?

Orange County has been a Republican stronghold (and a famous one) for decades, and while there is no question the county had been trending Democrat, on Election Night, Republicans lost all seven congressional seats. But if you look at the vote counts, there were a number of squeakers.

In the 28th District, Democrat Linda Sanchez beat Republican Ryan Downing by less than 300 votes.
Out of over 140,000 votes cast in the 39th District, the Democrat won by only a little over 4,000 votes with 51.4 percent. This race was so close, it was not called until November 17.

In the 45th District, the margin was 51.6 to 48.4 percent with a margin of under 9000 votes out of some 280,000.

With margins such as these, it is not unreasonable to ask if Fox News suppressed the Republican vote with its indefensible Election Night call.

While Democrat voters prefer early voting, it is well known that Republican voters tend to vote on Election Day — which means those after-work hours are crucially important when it comes to turnout.

Here’s one more story about a Utah congressional race that black Republican Mia Love was declared the winner of at one point:

Democrat Ben McAdams has flipped a U.S. House seat in deep-red Utah, defeating Republican U.S. Rep. Mia Love by fewer than 700 votes in a race that took two weeks to settle.

McAdams defeated Love, the first black Republican woman elected to Congress, by a margin just over what would have been needed to require a recount, according to final results posted Tuesday.

McAdams’ victory adds to the Democratic majority in a year when they have flipped more than three dozen Republican-held seats across the country to win control of the U.S. House of Representatives.

The race had been too close to call for The Associated Press until the final votes were tallied. State election officials will certify the results next Monday.

McAdams declared victory Monday night after a release of ballots gave him a margin his campaign believed was insurmountable.

Notice – “after a release of ballots” gave yet another Democrat another victory. We have never seen this type of activity before on such a wide scale. It appears that these Democrats are stealing every election that they possibly can.

Here’s one more story, from Fox News:

An alleged voter fraud scheme in which Skid Row’s homeless were being offered money and cigarettes in exchange for “false and forged signatures” on ballot petitions and registration documents has been uncovered in Los Angeles, prosecutors announced Tuesday.

The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office says it is charging nine people in total with felony counts related to the offenses, which are said to have happened during the 2016 and 2018 election cycles.

“The defendants are accused of engaging in the solicitation of hundreds of false and/or forged signatures on state ballot petitions and voter registration forms by allegedly offering homeless people $1 and/or cigarettes for their participation,” a statement from the attorney’s office reads.

Again, multiply this by hundreds of cities large and small and you have major fraud. Notice that there have been no such reports in rural or small-town Republican areas.

Poll: Americans Turning Against Internet Giants

A recent poll shows that American public opinion has turned significantly against the Facebook, Amazon, Nextflix and Google (FANG) internet monopolies. These monopolies were hardly even an issue just two years ago but the open bias and censorship of FANG has since become a national concern. The Axios website reports:

Silicon Valley has a big and growing problem: Americans have rising concerns with its most popular products and a growing majority wants big social media companies regulated, according to new poll conducted by SurveyMonkey for “Axios on HBO.”

Why it matters: The public is more aware than ever of some of the negative consequences of the technologies that have changed their lives, which makes Silicon Valley and social media ripe political and regulatory targets.

… By the numbers: In the past year, there has been a 15-point spike in the number of people who fear the federal government won’t do enough to regulate big tech companies — with 55% now sharing this concern.

• In that same period, there was a 14-point increase in those who feel technology has hurt democracy and free speech.

• The biggest spike has been among Republicans, presumably because of increased concern about perceived censorship of conservative voices on social media.

… The bottom line: Americans are more aware than ever before about the dark side of technologies, which should worry Silicon Valley.

To add to the FANG woes, Businessinsider.com reports:

President Donald Trump says his administration was “looking at” antitrust proceedings against tech giants Amazon, Facebook, and Google.

In an interview with Axios’ Jonathan Swan and Jim VandeHei on the news site’s premiere HBO show Sunday night, Trump said the European Union’s $5 billion fine against Google made him consider pursuing regulation.

“You look at the European Union, they fined I guess it was Google, billions of dollars, and frankly I don’t like that they’re doing that because that’s an American company,” Trump said. “I don’t think it’s good that they’re doing that. But if anybody does that, it should be us doing it.”

Swan asked if Trump would direct the Justice Department to look into the company as a monopoly, and Trump responded it was “certainly something we’re looking at.”

When asked if he would ever break the companies up, Trump said previous administrations had discussed it but the action never materialized.

… Responsibility for such proceedings would fall to the Federal Trade Commission or the Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division.

This is not mere regulation; this is potential antitrust action which means that the government could literally break each FANG company up into smaller companies like it did with Standard Oil and Bell Telephone. This is big stuff. Fortune.com reported:

The timing couldn’t have been better, at least for attendees of Fortune’s Brainstorm Tech conference this week in Aspen, for Jonathan Taplin’s recent essay in The Wall Street Journal titled “Can the Tech Giants Be Stopped?”

… (These tech giants) have many things on their minds, and among them are the difficult questions Taplin raises. Amazon sucks the life out of retail competitors, Taplin argues. Google and Facebook have vanquished what was the news industry-without contributing to the production of democracy-sustaining journalism that was the finest work of newspapers. They and a few others promise to dominate applications of artificial intelligence while paying little heed to the job-killing ramifications of the new technology.

Taplin, who expands on these arguments in his book, Move Fast and Break Things: How Facebook, Google, and Amazon Cornered Culture and Undermined Democracy, has a solution. Antitrust regulators should temper the power of these giants, just as they did with different degrees of success with AT&T, IBM, and Microsoft.

Thus there is a possible earthquake coming that will turn the tables on the lefties who always want to use anti-trust actions and harsh regulation against corporations unless the corporations are controlled by their friends, that is.

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