McAuliffe Continues to Undermine Confidence in our Elections

The countdown is on, with only a week left until Election Day in Virginia, Democrat Nominee and former DNC Chair McAuliffe is bring in out-of-state liberals to bolster his failing campaign. Unsurprisingly, Stacey Abrams was one of those and is using campaigning for Democrat Terry McAuliffe as the latest platform for her refusal to accept the results of the 2018 Georgia gubernatorial race.

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger wrote for Real Clear Politics:

Virginia deserves better. By inviting Stacey Abrams, who has yet to concede her 2018 gubernatorial election race, to campaign for him, McAuliffe is demonstrating that he cannot be trusted to defend Virginia’s elections, a concerning development that should worry every voter in that state.

Since November 2018, Abrams has alleged repeatedly that her election was “stolen.” She filed a lawsuit against Georgia’s elections officials that continues to this day, though a federal judge appointed by President Obama has thrown out the most headline-generating allegations. She has raised millions of dollars off of her stolen election claims and has since built a national profile based on lies about the integrity of Georgia’s elections. She has referred to Republicans as domestic enemies.

In Virginia, Abrams demonstrated that she still has no interest in conceding her 2018 race. During a campaign stop, she told the crowd, “Just because you win doesn’t mean you won.” Not only did Abrams not win her Georgia election but she lost by 55,000 votes, more than four times President Trump’s November 2020 deficit.

This, along with a suit filed by the Virginia Democratic Party alleging that U.S. Post Office has potentially disenfranchised voters by failing to deliver election materials already points to the fact that McAuliffe is setting the stage to reject the election results if Republican Glenn Youngkin is victorious. (Not to mention McAuliffe's inability to accept the outcomes of the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections.)

Democrat's are clearly getting nervous about what the outcome of next week's election holds for them.  Should Terry McAuliffe lose, no one should take any of his protestations seriously considering that Terry has not accepted Republican victories multiple times in the past.