As Twitchy reported earlier today, Angela Giron, a Colorado Democrat state Senator who was recalled for her anti-Second Amendment positions, is suddenly blaming “voter suppression” for losing her job.
We went through some of Giron’s tweets from before the election, and there was no mention of a concern about suppressed voters. To the contrary, Giron was trying to promote just how easy it was to get to the polls:
— Angela Giron (@SenGiron) September 10, 2013
No voter suppression under that rock.
How about this one?
— Angela Giron (@SenGiron) September 7, 2013
Hmm, no problem there.
Giron certainly wasn’t suppressed from voting:
— Angela Giron (@SenGiron) August 30, 2013
Giron didn’t even seem to think this elderly couple was going to have a problem voting:
— Angela Giron (@SenGiron) August 18, 2013
“It’s so easy everybody can do it!” When suddenly, suppression!
We think there’s a very good possibility that the only thing related to the Colorado recall election that has been suppressed is Angela Girson’s and Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s ability to tell the truth.
Editor’s note: The title of this post has been changed slightly for clarity