What this Democrat 2020 contender said about the Georgia race will make your jaw drop
Democrats are still trying to find ballots in Georgia.
They think they can force a recount and install Stacey Abrams as the next governor.
And what one 2020 Democrat presidential contender just said will make you see red.
Democrats have been pushing the myth of so-called “voter suppression.”
They want anyone and everyone – regardless of citizenship – to be able to vote.
In a speech to Al Sharpton’s National Action Network, Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) said if Stacey Abrams doesn’t win then Republicans “stole it.”
“We’ll never give in on voting rights. We have seen what… If Stacey Abrams doesn’t win in Georgia, they stole it. It’s clear.”
As it stands, there are not enough outstanding ballots for Abrams to win outright.
But she’s successfully pushed back deadlines.
This could allow Democrats to conjure up enough votes to force a runoff in Georgia. Then anything could happen.
Meanwhile, in Florida the Democrats pushed to count votes cast by illegals.
Brown’s name has been bandied about as a potential contender for the 2020 Democrat presidential nominee.
Democrats think he’s their “in” with rust belt states that Trump flipped in 2016.
But the reality is, he’s as radical as they come.
As we reported, he has called for abolishing I.C.E and blanket amnesty for illegals.
But his amnesty proposal would be devastating for his on constituents in Ohio.