War criminal under investigation and twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has urged the Democrats’ 2020 nominee Joe Biden not to concede the election to President Donald Trump “under any circumstances.”
Speaking during an interview with Showtime’s The Circus, Hillary said she believes issues with voting during the pandemic will see this year’s election will drag out for several days?
Clinton lost the 2016 election to Trump and conceded on the morning after the contest. The former secretary of state says Biden must try to stay in the race for as long as he can once Election Day passes.
Clinton claimed that Trump and Republicans will try to invalidate mail-in voting ballots to swing the election in battleground states such as Wisconsin.
Trump has repeatedly raised concerns about the potential for voter fraud, particularly with the use of universal mail-in ballots amid the Corona-virus pandemic.
The two-time loser sat down for an interview on the 2020 election with “The Circus” host Jennifer Palmieri, her campaign’s former communications director, according to The Daily Wire.
“If it’s a close election — let’s say Biden ‘wins’ — what do you think Trump will do?” Palmieri asked Clinton.
Clinton suggested that Trump and his administration have several scenarios, one of which is “messing up absentee balloting… so that they then get a narrow advantage in the Electoral College on Election Day.”
But Hillary said the Biden campaign is preparing for a lengthy legal battle after the election? “We’ve gotta’ have a massive legal operation, I know the Biden campaign is working on that,” Hillary said.
We have to have our own teams of people to counter the force of intimidation that the Republicans and Trump are going to put outside polling places.
The only way they can win is by either suppressing or stopping voting or outright intimidating people into feeling they have to go with the strong guy to stand up against all these threats that Trump is going to gin up to scare people.
Democrats put Clinton front and center again last week at the convention, where instead of Russia she now tried to blame the voters for her loss.
“For four years people have told me, ‘I didn’t realize how dangerous he was. I wish I could do it all over.’ Or worse, ‘I should’ve voted,’” Clinton said in her speech, targeting those who never showed up to support her.
Clinton then reversed course and again said she pretty much won last time around, winning more popular votes than Trump.
After she called Trump a thief, she somberly said “we need numbers overwhelmingly, so Trump can’t sneak or steal his way to victory.”
And then she claimed Trump colluded with Russia to influence the outcome of the 2016 election, despite the findings of a two-year, $35 million investigation, which showed no collusion.
Neon Nettle / ABC Flash Point Election News 2020.