Looks like Dems have stolen MN Senate seat
Well, it looks like the Democrats have successfully stolen another election. Franken now holds a 225 vote lead over Coleman in the Minnesota Senate race. After throwing out thousands of absentee ballots (disenfranchising thousands of voters), counting votes twice in Franken leaning areas, “finding” votes for Franken in the trunk of an election official’s car, inconsistently and irrationally throwing out obvious votes for Coleman and counting not-so-obvious for Franken, and now only counting previously rejected absentee ballots in areas that favored Franken, it appears comedian-turned-politician Al Franken will be seated as the next MN Senator.
The obvious cheating seems to be the latest Democratic strategy to win close elections. If they’re losing on election day in left-leaning areas, they’re not worried. They now know they can simply keep counting until they win. They tried it in Florida in 2000, and until the SCOTUS finally put a stop to the madness they gained votes with each recount. They tried again in Ohio in 2004, but fortunately then-Republican Secretary of State Ken Blackwell was able to put an end to their strategy before they could steal enough votes. They successfully stole the Washington governor’s race that same year using this strategy and now it appears to have worked for them once again.
Count on seeing Democrats employ this deplorable strategy every time they see an opportunity to overturn the results of an election. It’s absolutely disgusting.
Minnesotans, it appears you’ll be able to call this your new Senator:
Coleman will likely file a lawsuit to challenge the results, but at this point it appears the Dems have succeeded in stealing another election.
A real clown takes a Senate seat–Michelle Malkin