Ding-dong, the witch is BACK!
Just wondering, but does anyone remember a time when Jill Stein was taken seriously as a politician?
Yeah, me neither…but certainly there was a time on the scale of seriousness where she scored say, five out of ten, rather than the utter zero she hit during the presidential recount fiasco. And maybe she was so terrified of being a zero forever that she decided to stage this little “comeback.”
Because just when we thought we’d gotten rid of Stein for good, here she is again.
And she’s not bringing any better political game this time around, either.
“Apparently the post-campaign fundraising queen was not content to accept the results of the election, even after her three futile recount efforts in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin were concluded and the Electoral College had already cast its official vote, as she is now calling for further investigation of the election on the federal level, according to The Hill,” Conservative Tribune reported.
Insert sigh here.
Can Stein get a life? Doesn’t she have anything else to do? She lost. By a gigantic amount. And now she wants to investigate the electoral system…? Seriously? Here’s more from the disturbing report in question:
“The team of attorneys Stein gathered to aid in her failed recount bid recently sent a letter to Attorney General Loretta Lynch requesting that Lynch launch a federal probe into the integrity of the U.S. electoral system.”
Let’s just put a stop to the insanity, could we please? This is getting out of control. Maybe the final word CT delivered on this issue should be enough for Stein and her tiny bevy of followers who have never, ever lived in reality:
“It is worth noting that there was no widespread fraud or evidence of vote-tampering uncovered in the recounts, which had been the primary allegations behind the push for the recounts in the first place.”
Thankfully, Donald Trump takes his rightful position in the White House later this month and we can finally stop hearing names like “Jill Stein” and “Hillary Clinton.” …though the latter may be a lot harder to get rid of.
Source: Conservative Tribune