Watch Various Democrats Denying Election Results For 12 Solid Minutes (VIDEO)

Democrats have spent the last two years screaming that anyone who doesn’t accept election results is a threat to our democracy.

This is especially rich if you remember anything about history.

Democrats have denied election results dozens and dozens of times.

The Republican National Committee put together this informative list of examples:

2000 Presidential Election

  • Joe Biden, 2013: Al Gore “was elected president of the United States of America.”
    • Joe Biden, 2016: “I think [Gore] won.”
  • Hillary Clinton, 2016: The Supreme Court “took away a presidency.”
  • Barack Obama, 2005: “Not every vote” was counted.
  • Bill Clinton, 2001: “The only way they could win the election was to stop the voting in Florida.”
  • Jimmy Carter, 2005: “There’s no doubt in my mind that Al Gore was elected president.”
  • Al Gore, 2017: “Actually I think I carried Florida.”
  • Jamie Raskin, 2003: George W. Bush was the “first court-appointed president.”
  • Terry McAuliffe, 2004: “We won that election!”
  • Debbie Wasserman Schultz, 2016: “The Supreme Court elected the president. Al Gore won the state of Florida in 2000.”

2004 Presidential Election

  • Hillary Clinton, 2005: “It’s fair to say that there are many legitimate questions about” the “accuracy” and “integrity” of America’s election system, “and they’re not confined to the state of Ohio.”
  • Howard Dean, 2006: “I’m not confident” the election “was fairly decided” because “the machines were not reliable.”
  • Jerry Nadler, 2005: “The right to vote has been stolen from qualified voters.”
  • Sheila Jackson Lee, 2004: “We cannot declare that the election of November 2, 2004 was free and clear and transparent and real.”
  • Maxine Waters, 2005: “Problems in the Ohio election” could have been “outcome determinative.” 

2016 Presidential Election

  • Joe Biden, 2019: “I absolutely” agree that Trump is an “illegitimate president.”
  • Hillary Clinton, 2019: The election was “stolen.”
  • Jimmy Carter, 2019: “Trump didn’t actually win the election in 2016. He lost the election and was put into office because the Russians interference on his behalf.”
  • Kamala Harris, 2019: “Absolutely right” that Trump “didn’t really win.”
  • Karine Jean-Pierre, 2016: It was a “stolen election.”
  • Jerry Nadler, 2017: It was a “tainted” and “illegitimate” election.

That’s not even the full list! Watch the whole thing below:

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