Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum, who conceded the race to Ron DeSantis on election night but withdrew that concession Saturday after it appeared there were more votes to count, went after President Trump, Sen. Marco Rubio, and Governor-elect Rick Scott Monday night in a speech Monday night.

Standing in the door? Like the New Black Panthers in Philadelphia in 2008?

Is it just us, or is it bad form to concede and then, days later, spread the idea of widespread disenfranchisement?

Yes, but there are rules in counting those votes, and (almost) all of Florida’s supervisors of elections seem to know and were able to abide by those rules. So maybe don’t drag out the police dogs and fire hoses when long lines are now considered voter suppression?


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