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Weird: Democrats Are Suing All Over the Place Over Election Fraud and It’s Okay

If you’re reading this, you are probably one of those extremist MAGA Republican election deniers like me. That’s what Joe Biden and the fake news calls us every day. You probably haven’t noticed, but Democrats are almost never called “election deniers” when they sue somebody while alleging election fraud. That’s actually happening all over the country right now. Here are a bunch of cases where it’s apparently okay to be an election denier, so long as you are a Democrat.

A woman named Cynthia Harris lost her race for Orange County Commissioner in 2022. She didn’t take the loss lying down, since she had been involved in Democrat Party politics for years in that part of Florida. She filed a sworn affidavit with the Florida Secretary of State’s office and turned over evidence of outright fraud and illegal ballot harvesting in Orange County. An active criminal investigation is under way, thanks to Harris turning over all the dirt.

A Democrat ballot harvester showed up at Harris’s door and tried to talk her into giving away her unfilled mail-in ballot. Harris recorded it! The authorities in Florida have the video of this happening. She happily chatted with the ballot harvester and was able to obtain the script that they teach people to work in this illegal operation, which the police also have.

Harris swore in her affidavit that the Democrat Party has been doing this for years in Orlando. Trained harvesters try to talk people into giving away their ballot, and they are paid $10 for every unfilled ballot they collect. Harris stated in her affidavit that this has been going on for years in the Orlando area, particularly in black neighborhoods.

It’s been over a year since this happened, and NBC News still hasn’t called Cynthia Harris an election denier for some reason.

 

In Virginia, a woman named Makya Little lost her Democrat Party primary back in June. She was running for a House delegate position in Prince William County. Little’s lawsuit claims the Democrat Party of Virginia owes her financial damages, because they favored her opponent in the primary and cost her the race. She’s also asking the court for an injunction to stop the printing of ballots for this fall’s election until her case concludes, since she believes she should be on the ballot.

We don’t know the first thing about Makya Little. Maybe she’s another Stacey Abrams type of election denier. But what if she’s right? The fake news has steadfastly refused to report on her case, and they’re not calling her an “election denier.” They’re ignoring her completely, just like they are ignoring Cynthia Harris in Florida.

In Mississippi, Hinds County District 2 Supervisor David Archie (D) filed a lawsuit alleging statewide fraud in his party’s August primary. Archie laid out his claims of statewide election fraud in a meticulous press conference, with numerous witnesses providing evidence. In his lawsuit, he called for a do-over primary election in Mississippi.

Democrat Executive Committee Chair Jacqueline Amos claimed the election was on the up-and-up but admitted that David Archie had the right to challenge the results. It didn’t matter in the end, though. The judge threw David Archie’s case out at the end of September, claiming that he had missed the deadline for filing election challenges.

Isn’t that interesting? If fraud is discovered more than a month after an election in Mississippi, there’s no way to overturn it. Too late! So sorry! Someone should tell the Mississippi legislature about this loophole. While it was probably written to prevent frivolous challenges to elections, I doubt that they meant for it to apply to statewide fraud.

And of course, there’s the big case going on in Bridgeport, Connecticut right now. In the mayoral primary election there last month, challenger John Gomes lost by 251 votes to incumbent Mayor Joe Ganim. Gomes discovered surveillance video of an election clerk stuffing huge stacks of ballots in a drop box right outside her office in the middle of the night. This took place the week before the September 12th primary in Bridgeport.

Gomes is suing and calling for a do-over election, or for the judge to simply void the election and declare him the winner. The case is now entering its second week. So far, no one in the fake news has called John Gomes an election denier. Meanwhile, the fake news goes out of its way to identify Republican candidates for office as “election deniers.” See how that works?


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