Guys, is Wingnuttia learning?
While Trump has most notably spent the last 18 months denying his 2020 election defeat, despite clear evidence he lost, he’s not the only one. During this election cycle, candidates across the country have refused to concede – even in races that are not remotely close.
This week, a Colorado county clerk indicted on charges including election tampering finished last in the GOP Secretary of State race, refused to acknowledge her loss and accused officials of cheating.
“We didn’t lose. We just found more fraud,” Mesa County clerk Tina Peters told supporters at an Election Night party.”
Meanwhile, in South Carolina, the writhing hotbed of unbridled lust:
In South Carolina, a pair of Republican primary challengers said their blowout losses were tainted by serious problems. Both gubernatorial candidate Harrison Musselwhite and attorney general candidate Lauren Martel lost by double digits against popular incumbents, but sent nearly-identical letters to state officials claiming a plethora of concerns with the election.
What about the half-baked in the half-backed Nevada desert?
And in Nevada, GOP gubernatorial primary runner-up Joey Gilbert told supporters in a video message he could not have been defeated.
It’s not based on any facts, it’s only based on my gut feeling and my own intuition, and that’s all I need.”
Couy Griffin, a commissioner in Otero County, N.M. on why he wouldn’t vote to certify an election
“It is impossible for me to concede under these circumstances,” Gilbert said. “I owe it to my supporters. I owe it to all Nevadans of all parties to ensure that every legal vote is counted legitimately.”
It’s a point of honor to be so important and FEARED by the libtards that Antifa arranged for MASSIVE VOTER FRAUD so you cannot be elected to be the third assistant to the local sewage Management Board in Possum Hollar.