Carpetbagger and Democrat darling, Jon Ossoff suffered a crushing loss in Georgia’s 6th District Tuesday evening. Like clockwork, the liberals are blaming possible hackers, and Rachel Maddow even blamed bad weather.
When it became clear that Georgia Democratic congressional candidate Jon Ossoff was going to blow tens of millions of dollars and lose to Republican Karen Handel, MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow suggested that heavy rain in Georgia had “partisan implications” that affected the special election.
“Steve, let me ask you one last question on this. If there was a turnout effect from the bad weather today in the district, does that have any partisan implications that you could foresee in terms of what was expected for same day, election day voting rather than the early vote?”
MSNBC election analyst Steve Kornacki responded:
“You can attribute that to anything. We’ll see if that turns out, but that’s something else and obviously, if you get into an election like this where it’s going to be decided by a point or two, you could blame anything, whichever side you turn up on.”
So, you see, the weather gods made it rain four-and-a-half inches on the Democrat side of the district and the weather gods made it just sprinkle on the Republican side of the district, and therefore Karen Handel got a last-minute endorsement from the weather gods. This is the kind of thing, folks, perfect example, 25 years ago we’d see this and make jokes about it, we would laugh ourselves silly. Not realizing these people take it all seriously and believe it.
In case you were on the fence of whether liberalism is a mental disorder or not, this just may convince you.