Nancy Pelosi claims Trump would ‘challenge’ 2020 election results if he lost

The hypocrisy in the Democratic Party never ceases to amaze me.

After fighting President Donald Trump’s victory tooth and nail for the last two years, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is now warning that if Trump is not defeated soundly in the 2020 election, he will “challenge each of the races.”

Hypocrisy Runs Rampant

Nancy Pelosi (CA) is now taking a new approach to beating Trump: fear-mongering.

This is the new theme of the Democratic Party, and it is catching on quickly.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) is using this theme to blast Trump’s health care policies, and now, Pelosi is using it to try to energize voters.

But the House speaker is taking it a step further, and actually trying to create a constitutional crisis with her latest rhetoric.

“If we win by four seats, by a thousand votes each, he’s not going to respect the election,” Pelosi said. “He would poison the public mind. He would challenge each of the races. He would say you can’t seat these people.”

Pelosi took it even further, saying she believes if the 2020 presidential election is close and Trump loses, he would refuse to step down from office.

Pretty Rich, Nancy

That is a pretty rich statement coming from a woman whose political party members routinely refuse to acknowledge they lost their elections.

Stacey Abrams is literally telling the media she won her race for Georgia’s governorship in 2018. Hillary Clinton, just this weekend, stated that the 2016 election was “stolen” from her.

Does that sound like a party that is accepting election results?

If Trump wins in 2020, Democrats will pursue impeachment the very next day. Then they’ll launch more investigations into Donald Trump to obstruct the administration, not only renewing the Russia collusion probe, but taking it a step further and involving China.

Remember Pelosi’s words, so we can serve them right back to her in a big plate of humble pie come Election Day 2020.

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