Florida: Ungrateful Boy Concedes to Ron DeSantis, Again; Georgia Confirms Kemp

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
November 18, 2018

Gillum conceded once before and then revoked the concession, so I’m not sure this second one means much. He might just revoke it again, after Broward County finds another truckload of magical votes.

In Georgia, Kemp has been confirmed as Governor.


Georgia’s top election official certified the state’s vote count Saturday, confirming Republican Brian Kemp’s victory in the race for governor against Democrat Stacey Abrams, the Atlanta-Journal Constitution reports.

Kemp led Abrams by 54,723 votes, a 1.4 percentage point margin of victory. Abrams narrowed the gap as additional absentee and provisional votes were counted since Election Day, but she was still 17,488 short of the votes she needed to force a runoff.

Abrams still has not conceded, saying that if she doesn’t win the election is fake.

The Jewish media is giving 100% support to the idea that if a Democrat does not win an election, it is the result of some type of conspiracy.

It’s funny. I remember when they went nuts over Donald Trump refusing to agree to respect the results of the 2016 election if he lost, saying that this was a threat to the very concept of democracy.

Hillary claimed that the idea was “horrifying.” Then, after losing, has spent two years claiming she actually won but only appeared to lose because there was some kind of Soviet conspiracy against her.

This Abrams madness is a setup for the next election, when she will claim that the election was stolen from her and she was the actual winner.

This “democracy actually isn’t real tho” line is the new argument of the Democrat Party. And it is shameful that the Republicans are not fighting it harder than they are.

If Democrats are saying that the elections are being meddled with, the Republican response should be, “okay, well let’s make sure that isn’t possible anymore.”

They should demand:

  • Voter ID laws
  • An end to “early voting”
  • Private companies observing the voting process and vote count
  • A system which ensures that all votes are accounted for on the day of the election, through some kind of numbering system
  • etc.

Republicans should demand that the whole thing be locked down entirely so there can never be any confusion ever again.

Look at this shit.