A remarkable press conference took place in Jackson, Mississippi last week. A Hinds County District supervisor named David Archie – a Democrat – held a press conference alleging county-wide voter fraud in Mississippi’s Democrat primary on August 8th.
A county-wide audit found that 26 out of 26 precincts in Hinds County had major, unresolvable problems that make it impossible to know which candidates won or lost.
David Archie was the incumbent, who supposedly lost his race to Anthony Smith, who received 63% of the vote. Archie and the witnesses that he brought to the press conference with him allege that the chairperson of the Hinds County Democratic Executive Committee, Jacqueline Amos, basically stole the election.
Supervisor Cynthia Johnson-Walker’s testimony at the press conference was absolutely riveting. Skip forward to 16:25 if you want to just watch the findings that she describes. David Archie is asking for his own District 2 race to be held as a complete do-over.
However, based on the findings described by Johnson-Walker, it sounds like Hind County needs a do-over on every primary race from August 8th. Not a single election in Hinds County is certifiable if the evidence is consistent with what these Democrats are claiming.
This is interesting to watch, even though it sort of looks like Democrat Party infighting. Here we have an inside look at how Democrats can function as a county-wide unit to steal any election they want. That’s important, since the 2020 election was decided by just seven Democrat-controlled counties…