Dec 1, 2016

Dems Scream For Recount Though Illegals And Dead Voted For Them

Common Sense Commentary: I have two armed guards on my mouth, but I often catch them asleep.

My friend, Kent Johnson, had this to say about the the Democrats' reprehensible inconsistency and broken commitments.... except in kinder words than mine .... with the exception of his use of the word "dastardly". That word is so appropriate. I'm going to polish it up and use it myself more often, Kent. Its about as close as I dare get to saying something I shouldn't. 

Here is Kent....

Wisconsin set to do an election recount. What do they expect to accomplish? Sounds like Hillary and the lib gang are doing exactly what they criticized trump for saying he would reserve the right to do. But at this late date they are only going to tear us apart. And just as they charged trump, their actions are only undermining our country (I won't say "our democracy" because we are a constitutional republic). I feel all Hillary is trying to do is further drive an even larger wedge into the rift that exists down the center of our country. The result of such dastardly schemes may not turn out the way they think. Kent Johnson

And This from Townhall News
I'll have a lengthier analysis of just how stupid this (now Clinton-blessed) recount errand is tomorrow morning, but for now, here's a fun segment from MSNBC's morning show in which co-host Joe Scarborough can barely contain himself as he mocks Hillary Clinton and the mainstream media for their breathtaking double standards on accepting settled election results. When Trump hedged on whether or not he'd honor the outcome at the final presidential debate, Clinton declared herself "horrified," and the media acted equally appalled. It was a foolish thing for him to say at the time, but now that the shoe is on the other foot, it seems as though some people's standards for outrage have suddenly shifted. The whole episode reminds me of how every Republican on stage at the first GOP primary debate raised their hands and agreed to support the eventual nominee -- except for Trump. The others all assumed he wouldn't endure and prevail in the end; when he did, they found themselves bound by a pledge they'd made during what seemed to be a trap question for Trump. 

Same dynamic here: When Hillary solemnly agreed to abide by the election's result, Trump reserved the right to explore recounts and investigations, or whatever. People flipped out.  Clinton said Trump was "threatening our democracy."  Her fans were aghast.  And now she's betraying her above-the-fray, adult-in-the-room posture, which she only adopted when she assumed she'd win. Anyway, here's Scarborough in stitches: 

See is the videp....

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