Democratic Party in Georgia Under INVESTIGATION for Hacking Voting System

Democrats are back at it. And by “it”, I mean cheating in elections.

Let’s keep it real, cheating is the ONLY shot Democrats have at winning either the Senate or the House. In fact, Democrats would lose 80 percent of all elections if they ran on the up and up.

Whether keeping “hidden” ballots, or suppressing the votes of strong Republican constituencies, Democrats know how to cheat to win. And if you had their stable of misfits with their idiotic ideas, you’d cheat too.

That’s apparently what Democrats have decided to do in Georgia.

According to Breaking 911,

After an alleged failed attempt to hack the state’s voter registration system, the Secretary of State’s office opened an investigation into the Democratic Party of Georgia on the evening of Saturday, November 3, 2018. Federal partners, including the Department of Homeland Security and Federal Bureau of Investigation, were immediately alerted.

Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp (R), who is running for governor, made the announcement two days before the midterm elections in which he is running against Democrat Stacey Abrams.

Anybody surprised?

The only thing that would surprise me is if the Democratic Party didn’t attempt to blame the Russians by way of Donald Trump.

Oh, another surprise would be for them to admit their crime. But you have a better chance of seeing a Sumo dance in the Nutcracker this Christmas.

The article continues,

“While we cannot comment on the specifics of an ongoing investigation, I can confirm that the Democratic Party of Georgia is under investigation for possible cyber crimes,” said Candice Broce, Press Secretary. “We can also confirm that no personal data was breached and our system remains secure.”

Stacey Abrams has no shot at being governor of Georgia, despite her blackness and inward genitalia. Nice try for Democrats to pander, offering another dumb black chick into a political foray. But Georgians don’t want a Sheila Jackson Lee as their governor. They’ve seen what one has done for Texas.

Back to the investigation.

How will this play out? Allow me to speculate for you. When Abrams loses, this will all go away.

That is all. Because if you’re waiting for a scenario where Abrams wins, there exists none.

As for the rest of the country, if there is a contentious race, the Democrats are cheating. You can bet the farm, the house, your favorite child on it.

For the record, any close race is not as close as Democrats want us to believe. They try to stay within statistical error, as they want nobody to question the “questionable” win by Democrat.

Al Franken got one of those wins a few years ago. Thankfully, he’s now gone; a tragedy of the party and their choice of #MeToo movement over former comedic hack.

I read that in the last two election cycles, Democrats have lost 82 percent of races labeled “tossups”.

In 2016, tossup races finished Republicans 21, Democrats 4.

In 2014, tossup races finished Republicans 17, Democrats 4.

Based on this Real Clear Politics, Democrats have 202 seats won, Republicans have 196, and 37 tossups. Using the 82 percent rule, the results will be Republicans 227, Democrats 208.

Sounds about right to me.

Leftists pulled out all the stops. They ran lots of women, thinking the #MeToo card would work. It won’t.

Next, they ran various candidates of color, like Gillum in FL, and Abrams in GA. America is on to this tactic. Particularly because the candidates are so bad. Gillum’s team is under FBI investigation, and Abrams has a shady financial past.

Democrats even ran lots of military people, hoping to trick Conservatives into voting for them. Another ruse Americans saw through.

Most Democrats now run as “moderates”, with one Senate Democratic candidate disavowing the party and running commercials that make her appear as an Independent. The vote of confidence is simply not there for Democrats.

And now we learn they are under investigation for cheating? Not good for their chances of getting control of any part of government.

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