Pelosi Reveals Her Sick, Post-Election Fantasy

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Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi appears to be desperate for attention and she’s making that very clear by saying she’s prepared to play a “prominent role” in deciding the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.

As Democrats have done everything imaginable to undermine the credibility of the election this year, Pelosi is hinting that we could see contested results – and she’s salivating over the opportunity to get involved.

According to Fox News, prior reports suggested that Pelosi has been contemplating what Politico referred to as a “once-in-a-century phenomenon.”

In the event of a tie in the Electoral College — which is unlikely but possible — the “newly seated House of Representatives” would hold a complicated vote, The New York Times reported.

The Politico report said the House vote could be “brutal,” and could come down to which party controls the most state delegations. (Republicans have 26 and Democrats 22.) The number could change after Tuesday’s results are known, the Times reported.

“But let’s not worry about that right now,” Pelosi said to NPR “What we want to be ready for is a big vote tomorrow to dispel any thought other than that, on January 20, Joe Biden will be inaugurated president of the United States, that we will have a Democratic House and a Democratic Senate.”

The Democrats have long suggested that President Trump will not accept the results of the election if they don’t go in his favor – but the reality is that this claim by the leftist wing party is just a clever game of misdirection. The Democrats are doing exactly what they’ve been trying to convince us that Trump will do.

Joe Biden’s campaign manager proclaimed on Monday that under no scenario would President Donald Trump be “declared the victor on election night.”

Jennifer O’Malley Dillon, who has led the former vice president’s campaign since the end of the Democrat primaries, told supporters during a virtual election protection briefing that Trump’s recent suggestions of declaring victory on election night if the race seemed to be going his way were improper. She argued that it would be impossible for a victor to be determined for days.

“We want to be clear with you that if he tries to do that, that will not be true,” O’Malley Dillon said. “Just declaring victory without actually having won … is really basically trying to say that COVID is over even though we know it’s not and all the evidence is saying that COVID in this country continues.”

“We want to be fundamentally clear, what we believe to be true, under no scenario will Donald Trump be declared a victor on election night,” she added.

To make the situation look even more damning for the Democrats, the Biden campaign has begun heavily fundraising for the prospect that a protracted legal battle will ensue well after Election Day.

As part of the preparations, the former vice president’s campaign has already recruited more than 600 election lawyers to help fight any “chicanery” in the vote-by-mail process.

The widespread vote-by-mail pushed by Democrats could pose a significant logistical problem for state and local election bureaus.

It’s likely that they will unnecessarily increase the burden on local governments, potentially delaying the reporting of results well after Election Day. Wisconsin indicated the possibility of this scenario when it took more than a month to count at least 30,000 outstanding mail-in ballots from the state’s April 3 Democrat presidential primary.

Still, despite all of these signs exposing the Democrats intentions to destabilize the election in order to stand a chance in 2020, they continue pushing the false narrative that President Trump is the threat.

“We’re ready. We’re prepared. We’ve been ready for a while because we see this irresponsibility of the president, his disrespect for the Constitution, for our democracy and for the integrity of our elections. So we’re ready for him,” Pelosi said to NPR.

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