Candidate Declares Victory After Losing Primary

Laura Loomer, if you hadn’t guessed, has gone full Emperor Norton:

We’ll add this to her on-going list of conspiracies against her, I guess?

Maybe the appropriately-named Loomer (autocorrect humorously corrected her name to Boomer, thanks a lot Apple!) can handcuff herself to the door of the Capitol, as if it was a common Twitter office.

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10 Responses to Candidate Declares Victory After Losing Primary

  1. Big Orly Taitz (sp?) energy in this one.

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  2. Buttermilk Sky says:

    Gosar, Greene, Boebert and the rest of the Crackpot Caucus are relieved that they won’t have to welcome her. This time.

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  3. osirisopto says:

    Sounds like she’s ready for a straight jacket.

    This is one reason why members of the legislative, judiciary, and executive branches should be required to list the medications they’re prescribed, the dosages, and the frequency with which they comply with their doctor’s orders.

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    • MDavis says:

      Yoke that one to abortion, i.e.: medical procedure, restrictions.
      If prospective parents have to comply with draconian rules, if their doctors have to report their decision then candidates and their doctors should also be required to do this for the public weal.

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  4. w3ski4me says:

    And we have the orange moron to thank for this. I recently read about one rethug claiming cheating had been going on, before the election in question was held. Now every Rethug loser will demand recounts even on blowout elections just because Donny did it. I even read of some guy in maybe Nigeria, doing the same shit. We have a world full of sore losers now.

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    • ali redford says:

      I’ve read 2 headlines today about Mark Gietzen suing the St. of KS for a full recount of the constitutional amendment vote. I’m not certain that he can get that done, no matter how high up he sues. We do know he spent almost $120,000 to get the counties recounted where they lost the worst, now he’s squalling right along with the rest of them. It’s not a good strategy when the difference is so very many votes and everyone can see that. But it wastes resources, too.

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  5. roket says:

    Woe to FL-11. Nothing good can come from this—all bad.

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  6. “I actually am the Congresswoman in Florida’s 11th District, and everyone knows it,”

    So, apparently she thinks she also already won the general election. But I’m afraid not everybody knows it. In fact she seems to be the only one.


  7. Dave G says:

    Perhaps she can get the Democrat elected. That would be good.


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