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We’re not even into summer and Democrats are already complaining about effective laws that curb election fraud.
It didn’t take long for Debbie Wasserman Schultz to slam Wisconsin’s new voter ID law after the primary.
On Wednesday, the Democrat National Committee chairwoman moaned on Twitter about long lines – just like “Republicans intended.”
— D Wasserman Schultz (@DWStweets) April 6, 2016
Does she actually think that the GOP has a secret plan to subvert the presidential election through the arduous task of waiting in line in order to have an honest election?
And what would Wasserman Schultz, who’s been fiercely criticized for rigging the gig in Hillary’s favor, know about sneaky ways to steal elections?
Apparently, everything according to those who read her tweet:
@DWStweets You’re not one to talk. Just as YOU intended, Democrat and Independent voters got turned down in Arizona so Hillary would “win.”
— Alex (@GrushNYC) April 6, 2016
@DWStweets funny how you were silent on this in AZ when it was a Clinton win.
— Kent Goertzen (@klgoertzen) April 7, 2016
— Amie Hirrschoff (@amieh54) April 7, 2016
— Andrew Beachy (@PolyphonicSpr33) April 6, 2016
— Daniel Redeffer (@DanielRedeffer) April 6, 2016
But it didn’t end there, many saw the long line as the good thing that it is and were quick to call out Wasserman Schultz on that too.
@DWStweets Duh…maybe that has to do with record turn out..on the other side.
— Judson McCulloch (@JudsonMcCulloch) April 6, 2016
@DWStweets Why do you blatantly lie? Long lines were due to huge turnout. YOU are why America is divided right now.
— Still Notyobusiness (@SgtMelons) April 6, 2016
— Jim Kubasta (@Jim_Kubasta) April 7, 2016
— Ree Fungorio (@ReeFungorio) April 7, 2016
@DWStweets Nothing compared to waiting in line for months waiting for VA to give you medical care
— Roger Hammond (@retfado) April 7, 2016
— ❤️Mrs. Opinionated (@1MrsOpinionated) April 6, 2016
Scott Walker’s not buying it either, and came out to give himself a pat on the back.
Huge turnout yesterday shows that photo ID law works just fine. Easy to vote but hard to cheat.
— Scott Walker (@ScottWalker) April 6, 2016
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