How Democrats React When They Lose

Think back to the distant memories of 2016. Hillary cheated her way to a Democratic nomination, and everyone was sure that Donald Trump was going to get walloped in the general election. All you heard were jokes about what a loser he was. Somewhere in the middle of that, then-candidate Trump mentioned that he would be willing to challenge election results if they seemed fishy.

In response to that, everyone on the left immediately took up arms. Obama himself assured us that it is impossible to tamper with an election, and the media paraded “expert” after “expert” to explain to us why Mr. Trump would need to quietly accept his inevitable defeat. Not 12 hours after it became clear that Mr. Trump would be our next President, the narrative completely flipped.

Two years later, the left is finally abandoning their fabricated impeachment bid. Instead, they want to change all of the rules for elections to claim that President Trump is illegitimate. More importantly, they’re searching for every possible way to cheat the system to keep Republicans out of office.

This is more than just a hissy fit. Nancy Pelosi is fighting for the right of 16-year-old voting. And, that’s only the beginning. This video will show you all the ways Democrats are hoping to cheat in 2020. You’d better pay attention, because this is the last step before they either admit defeat or literally take up arms in civil war.


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