When they’re not defending anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan, the gals over at the Women’s March often provide some first-rate entertainment. This Tuesday, the Women’s March assembled its troops at the Capitol to demand that every vote be counted before “business as usual.”
Every vote counts. That’s why we have to #CountEveryVote.
— Women's March (@womensmarch) November 12, 2018
We’re not sure where they thought counteveryvote.org went, but it looks like it points to a Japanese provider of medical billing software:
Your link goes to a japanese website
— Madi🌞 (@tpwkmadi) November 12, 2018
Hey antisemitic womens march here is your linked website. Start supporting all women and American citizens and legal votes … stop promoting voter fraud and antisemitism. pic.twitter.com/qPfnLO0sXj
— Daniel R Jett (@jettnuke1) November 13, 2018
— Launa 🇺🇸🇺🇸 (@launa_usa) November 13, 2018
— 🇺🇸Sleepy McLesbo🏳️🌈 (@JulietRobeck) November 13, 2018
How about checking every URL before worrying about counting every vote. And speaking of counting votes, has anyone mentioned that there are rules that must be followed? As Twitchy reported this morning, Broward County, Fla., hadn’t even begun the recount of more than 700,000 ballots that must be tallied by Thursday’s deadline.
This “count every vote” campaign isn’t really resonating with people who expected their votes to be tallied, you know, on election night and not more than a week afterward.
Read the comments here, this is what actually defending democracy looks like.. #VoterFraud
— Tommy (@goodtime_tommy) November 13, 2018
Wrong, every LEGAL vote counts.
— Leigh Wright (@LeighWright420) November 13, 2018
Only legal votes count, not all of them.
— joejones (@bonustag) November 13, 2018
Yes. Count every legal vote while also following reporting and timeline laws.
— Turbo (@turbocheetoh) November 13, 2018
Today is exactly one week since the midterm elections. The Georgia and Florida gubernatorial races are still ongoing, and nothing less than democracy is at stake.
— Women's March (@womensmarch) November 13, 2018
Great point … now, why exactly hasn’t every legal vote been counted by now? Are they still finding mystery boxes of provisional ballots left behind in school cafeterias? Count every vote sounds great, but you do know there’s a cutoff, right? You don’t get to count “new” votes after the fact.
This is not a democracy. This is a republic.
And illegal votes do not count. OKAY so STFU.
— ivica bilic (@bilic_ivica) November 13, 2018
Can my vote count too? I'm in Poland (not a US citizen), and as I understand, you can mail-in ballots.
— Guekkiko (@guekkiko) November 13, 2018
Illegal votes don't count. Recount and burn the illegals votes.
— Turner ❌ (@Turner20236095) November 13, 2018
Don’t give Broward Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes any ideas about destroying ballots — there’s a history there.
Every vote is counted. Just not one's that appear out of the blue or from non citizens.
— itsaBOTtime (@vinny5p1) November 13, 2018
No, votes of dead people don’t count. Votes of illegal aliens don’t count. Double votes don’t count. You’re not defending democracy. You’re defending Democrats stealing elections.
— Tommy Johnson (@TommyJo33624688) November 13, 2018
Every legal vote that is, excluding dead people, illegal immigrants, and forged documents. One vote for one American citizen. Quit deceiving people!
— William K McCurry (@kemccurry) November 13, 2018
Legal votes count… you know, from LEGAL, LIVING, registered citizens. One vote, one precinct, with Voter ID.
— Southern Southpaw (@aj1374) November 13, 2018
But voter ID is racist!
— Amanda (@AmandaPanda8309) November 13, 2018
Oh look, we found more votes in the bushes.
— Michael Gallagher (@mgall8961) November 13, 2018
Count those votes!
Surprise! Georgia Democrats encouraged as ‘thousands of new votes’ have come in for Stacey Abrams https://t.co/pUx9ZVyRpq
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) November 11, 2018