Crooked Hillary Clinton’s recount is still going on. Some brave conservatives have stepped up to stop it. Nevertheless, the charade marches on.
But how’s it going? Guy Benson explains:
We’ve been saying all along that the system wasn’t hacked and that the recount is a colossal waste of time an energy — so this little data point shouldn’t come as a surprise. But it did make me laugh. Remember how Wisconsin’s Democratic elections chief explicitly warned that a statewide recount likely wouldn’t move the needle much, citing the 2011 recount that shifted a whopping total of 300 tallies? That was a sage admonition, it seems. Hillary needs to overcome a deficit of more than 22,000 votes. How’s that going so far? Note The DC’s final two sentences — top notch trolling:
The first results to emerge suggest the final tally will be rather close to the original one. Only Menominee County, home to the Menominee Indian Reservation, fully reported its recounted results on the first day. It found 17 extra votes for Stein and 12 for Libertarian Gary Johnson, while removing two votes from Trump and one from Clinton. When putting all the results together, that means the first day of the recount narrowed the gap between Clinton and Trump by just a single vote. At her current pace, Clinton will overtake Trump in Wisconsin in approximately 74 and a half years. Unfortunately, the recount is expected to last just two weeks.
You read that correctly. Millions of dollars spent, and all it’s got Hillary so far is ONE LOUSY VOTE. PATHETIC.
So what’s the point of all this? It’s the DNC trying to make Hillary feel better about her historically embarrassing loss, and it’s also an effort to get in contact with the radical lunatic fringe of people who voted for conspiracy theorist Jill Stein- knowing full well that they represent the future of the Democratic Party. When this recount is over, Jill Stein will get a payday and Democrats will get a reliable list of crazy voters, protesters, and rioters ready to roll in 2020. Simply put, they’re doubling down on crazy.
It’s sad, but it’s also kind of terrifying.