After all of the legal votes were cast and counted, Norm Coleman was the victor of the Senatorial Election in Minnesota. Thus, the Democrats did what they did with Governor Gregoire in Washington State: they kept pursuing legal channels until enough votes were “found” to ensure the Democrat was the winner. Many of the votes that were “found” in Washington State were extremely questionable at best, but the State’s election board and the courts, both of which are highly controlled by the Democrats, sided with the Democrat candidate and thus, Gregoire was selected (not elected) to be Washington State’s Governor back in 2004.
The same thing is happening up in Minnesota right now. Even though Norm Coleman won the popular vote according to election boards who were entrusted with counting the votes and not counting the questionable votes, the Democrats are trying to get a foul-mouthed clown in Al Franken selected as the next Senator from Minnesota.
It is a slap in the face to Americans everywhere that the Democrats work so hard to usurp the electorial system in order to ensure their own power. Here is a brief history of how this election and recount (conducted by Democrats) has been playing out:
Will The Dems Steal The Senate Race In Minnesota?
November 7, 2008
Dems Inching Closer To Stealing The Minnesota Senate Race
November 10, 2008
Mischeif In MInnesota: Dems Working To Steal Senate Seat
November 12, 2008
Dems Still Trying To Steal Senate Seat In Minnesota
November 17, 2008
Al Franken Lawyered Up And Ready To Steal Senate Seat
November 21, 2008
Here is the latest from Amanda Carpenter at Town Hall:
|Franken is currently leading by a little more than 100 votes. This is the first time Franken has pulled ahead of Coleman in recount, which has been taking place for over a month.
Minnesota’s powerful Canvassing Board is expected to finish counting all the disputed ballots by the Friday night. The board’s review of the disputed ballots, however, is not the last step in the recount. There are nearly 300 ballots left to examine.
The Minnesota Supreme Court gave the board another assignment on Thursday by ruling that roughly 1,600 more ballots improperly rejected needed to be examined by the end of the month.
As you can see, the Canvassing Board (controlled by Democrats) and the courts (controlled by Democrats) are following the same exact strategy that their counterparts in Washington State used. Make rulings that favor the Democrat candidate until enough votes are “found” to have the Democrat declared the winner. Or, as Communist Josef Stalin once said: “It does not matter who casts the votes, it only matters who counts them.”
You also have to wonder: How many of these questionable votes that the Democrats “found” to be in favor of Al Franken were cast by people registered by ACORN?
Wake up, America. This may be our electorial future if we allow the Dems to continue stealing elections like they did in Washington State and are actively trying to do in Minnesota right now.
You can access Amanda Carpenter’s complete article on-line here:
Coleman Says Franken’s Lead is “Temporary”
December 19, 2008