Before the 2016 election spiraled straight into the ground for the Democrat nominee, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton were among those criticizing anybody questioning the legitimacy of elections in the U.S.:

As Team Hillary demonstrated after she lost, that “rule” doesn’t seem to apply when some Democrats lose, and it continues to this day:

More from the Associated Press:

The Democrat’s longshot strategy relies on a statute that’s never been used in such a high-stakes contest. It is being discussed as Georgia elections officials appear to be on the cusp of certifying Republican Brian Kemp as the winner of a bitterly fought campaign that’s been marred by charges of electoral malfeasance.

Top Abrams advisers outlined her prospective case to The Associated Press, stressing that the Democratic candidate hasn’t finalized a decision about whether to proceed once state officials certify Kemp as the victor. That could happen as early as Friday evening.

That’s probably the equivalent of attempting a 99.5 yard Hail Mary pass.

And then some.

The rules are different for Dems, apparently.

And yet…

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