After nearly three years since getting steamrolled in the 2016 election by President Donald Trump, Democrats are mad. Very, very mad.
They didn’t want to accept reality in 2016 — and they’re willing to do anything they can to make sure it doesn’t happen again.
Even rig the election.
2020 hopeful Kamala Harris, D-Calif., claims that Democratic former gubernatorial candidates Stacey Abrams (of Georgia) and Andrew Gillum (of Florida) would have won their’ elections if not for voter suppression.
“The truth is, we need a new Voting Rights Act in this country with automatic voter registration, Election Day as a national holiday, and we need to fight back against Republicans who suppress our constitutional right to vote,” she said.
The truth is, we need a new Voting Rights Act in this country with automatic voter registration, Election Day as a national holiday, and we need to fight back against Republicans who suppress our constitutional right to vote. #NAACPDetroit
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) May 6, 2019
Now she wants revenge — and it’s happening across the country.
In her home state of California, Democrats passed through the Senate a bill that to keep Trump off the election ballot in 2020 because the Department of Treasury won’t release his tax returns.
The Golden State joined the ranks of Illinois, Washington, and Hawaii, where similar bills have passed their respective Senate chambers.
Proof that the Democratic establishment has plans to confuse millions of voters who fully intend to vote for Trump — but won’t find him listed on the election ballot.
Sounds a lot like voter suppression.
America is at a juncture where political engagement is only skyrocketing as the stakes are raised and the citizens are speaking up about it.
But voters aren’t choosing Democrats, and Harris and her pals don’t like that — so they’re trying to silence these voices.
The Horn editorial team