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Chris Wallace Absolutely Roasts Jill Stein on Her Recount Scam
Have you been following Jill Stein's recount scam (see Even Jill Stein’s Own Running Mate Denounces Recount Scam and Clinton Campaign Joins Jill Stein’s Recount Scam)? If you've hit the "ignore" button, don't worry. You're what's referred to as "nearly all of America".
Well, Chris Wallace just roasted her over it on Fox News Sunday. Christmas came early. Jill Stine roasting on an open fire...
What a maroon. Wallace brings up a good point, if she's so concerned about "democracy"...why not call for recounts in states that Hillary won? By much muuuuuuuuch slimmer margins. Why not New Hampshire? Virginia? Why is she exclusively concerned with just the three states that some "researchers" told her to investigate? Even though there is zero evidence of fraudulent activity and those same researchers said as much. Wait, what kind of researchers is she talking to again?
Shouldn't their job be to conduct, you know... research?
And again, because irony can be pretty ironic sometimes...
Irony of Stein recount effort: HRC trails Trump by 10K votes in MI; Stein got 50K. HRC trails Trump by 22.5K votes in WI; Stein got 30K.— Mark Murray (@Mark Murray) 1480181230.0
At the end of the day, Jill Stein isn't changing any hearts or minds over this. The longer this charade of a "recount" continues, the more ridiculous leftists are going to look in regard to the election. Which is hard to do. At this point, Democrats are pulling a Usain Bolt in that they're only breaking their own records. In this case, records in national embarrassment. They've already racked up the top ten highest scores. Looks like Stein wants to go for an even twenty.
And that's good for business...