This Is What Hatred Of Democracy Looks Like

If you had “within minutes” as your entry in the  “When will the Democrats blame their Colorado rebuke on GOP perfidy pool, you’re a winner.

Democrat National Committee chair Fran Drescher Debbie Wasserman-Schultz is blaming the crushing rebuke at the polls on “Vote Suppression”. 

“The recall elections in Colorado were defined by the vast array of obstacles that special interests threw in the way of voters for the purpose of reversing the will of the legislature and the people. This was voter suppression, pure and simple,” Wasserman Schultz said in a statement.

This has been part of the extremist Democrat playbook since 2000; things that go well for them are signs that democracy works; reverses, on the other hand, are signs that democracy is rotten to the core. 

It’s a play for the low-information voter that still gets their information from CNN – and giving her extremist special interest base an “out” for having been humiliated by Real Americans even after outspending them 3:1.

5 thoughts on “This Is What Hatred Of Democracy Looks Like

  1. Mitch, you’re being too generous. The Orcs outspent The Good Guys $3M to $540K, or about 6:1, according the Denver Post. Funny thing, while the “official” numbers show both sides got about 50% of their money from outside the state, much of that is because the liberal groups laundered their money through several layers of fronts to make it look like more local money was coming in.

    And they lost biggest in the Democratic district with the largest turnout. Dumb peasants! They should be listening to the plutocrats like Bloomburg

  2. You know…at this point I honestly take Miley Cyrus more seriously the Debbie Wasserman-Schultz.

    If the people of Broward County wake up and decide to kick her loose, she’ll likely have a job as a political analyst on HLNN (Hyphenated Last Name Network).

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