Demokrat Diktionary: Voter Suppression

by Steve MacDonald

Voter Suppression: “Why Democrats did not win.”

“The recall elections in Colorado were defined by the vast array of obstacles that special interests threw in the way of voters for the purpose of reversing the will of the legislature and the people. This was voter suppression, pure and simple.”-Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz

The most efficeint data and get out the vote machine, seven times as much money spent, more boots on the ground, in a state whose name is on the Model Democrats  use to take over other states, on an issue the Left holds dear (force monopoly), and Wasserman Schultz is also going with “voters didn’t know where to vote because they are used to voting by mail.”

I’m just wondering how none of the phone calls, door hangers, mailers, visits, or media included the facts that a] they had to go to a polling place (alien locations like schools, town halls, churches, civic centers), or b] where those unfamilair places might be found.  In heavily democrat districts.

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  • allen

    “voter suppression” = we didn’t have the usual amount of time to stuff in enough democrat ballots to outweigh the actual voters

  • Don

    They were accepting signed affidavits of intent to move to these districts as proof of eligibility to vote. Democrats are right, we support vote suppression, of non-residents, non-citizens, and felons from voting in our elections. Without these they apparently don’t believe they can possibly win. I always wondered how Democrats could win so many elections in a country where seventy percent of it’s citizens claimed to be Conservative, mystery solved.

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