Now it's Democrats claiming election fraud!

October 13, 2023
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World Net Daily

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

Democrats launched a campaign to portray Republicans as "election deniers" after the 2020 presidential race.

That was, of course, the race where the outcome likely was influenced by Mark Zuckerberg's decision to hand out $400 million plus through various organizations to recruit Democrat voters and help Joe Biden.

Also, a survey confirmed that the FBI's election interference, its decision to falsely portray the Biden family scandals detailed on a laptop Hunter Biden abandoned at a repair shop as Russian disinformation, undoubtedly cost President Donald Trump enough votes in several swing states to change the outcome.

Republicans launched a number of challenges to those 2020 outcomes, and Democrats in one voice condemned them as "election deniers."

This is despite the fact the Republicans were taking the same positions and making the same statements as Democrats did after Hillary Clinton, a two-time loser in the Oval Office race, came up short against Trump in 2016.

In fact, Clinton repeatedly has called Trump an "illegitimate" president.

Now the Democrats are at it again, following election results they didn’t like.

report at Just the News explains the latest Democrat to claim election fraud is John Gomes, a Democratic mayoral candidate for Bridgeport, Conn.

The report explained he's "one of a growing number of Democrats who have filed lawsuits or an affidavit over election irregularities."

Gomes charges that there were problems with the absentee ballots in his primary race against incumbent Mayor Joe Ganim.

"Connecticut limits who can return a voter’s absentee ballot, and the lawsuit alleges that video footage of a ballot drop box appears to show multiple people depositing multiple absentee ballots into the receptacle, — called ballot harvesting — including a Ganim supporter," Just the News reported.

The election ended up with Gomes losing to Ganim by 251 votes.

"Ganim lost the votes cast via machines but won with the margin in absentee ballots, of which 2,630 were cast in total. According to the lawsuit, Ganim received 694 more votes in absentee ballots than Gomes did."

Witness are giving testimony and security video is being reviewed in the case.

The report said Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamon wants investigators to leave "no stone unturned" in looking into claims of election fraud.

The report noted other "election fraud" claims also have come from Hinds County, Mississippi, where District 2 Supervisor David Archie, a Democrat, claimed that Democratic Executive Committee Chair Jacqueline Amos was involved in fraud in the party primary election in August.

That dispute is now in court, too.

And in Virginia, Just the News reported, Makya Little, a Democratic primary candidate for the 19th District House of Delegates in Prince William County, sued her own party leaders claiming a June election was unfair because the party favored her opponent.

And, Just the News noted, "Last year, in Florida, former Orange County Commissioner candidate Cynthia Harris filed a sworn affidavit with the Florida Secretary of State's office alleging that illegal operations to collect third-party ballots have been going on for years in the Orlando area where voting activists are paid $10 for each ballot they collect."

She narrowly lost her election for county commissioner last year.

Media outlets, Just the News revealed, including the Washington Post, Time, Reuters, Associated Press and NBC News, "routinely employ the slur 'election denier' in their reporting, attributing the term specifically to any Republicans who questioned, challenged, contested, or denied the 2020 election outcome."

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