/Gov Phil Bryant Presidential election is rigged

Gov Phil Bryant Presidential election is rigged

Bryant, a Trump surrogate, has stumped in multiple states for the candidate and raised millions of money for him. He shared his thoughts with Paul Gallo, Supertalk radio’s host, about the presidential election. Bryant stated, “The election has been rigged.” “Any Republican must have an overwhelming majority vote. It is designed so that we can see the areas with the most liberal voting populations in New York City and California. All you need to do is win the large states. Flyover country is out of the picture. Bryant stated that this didn’t seem fair. Trump and his surrogates promoted the “rigged electoral” narrative over the past week, reinforcing the August claim. When asked Tuesday if he believes the election will be stolen from him, Trump responded, “Ask Obama”, seemingly referring back to an answer that Barack Obama made in 2008 about the possibility of a rigged vote. Obama stated that “I tell you what helps Ohio,” adding, “We’ve got Democrats in control of the machines.” Obama also said, “Whenever people are at power, you know they have this tendency try to tilt the balance in their favor.” Bryant’s close relationship with Trump is evident, according to all accounts. According to Republican political consultants, Bryant raised nearly $2 million alone for Trump’s campaign. Bryant has been to Trump’s New York headquarters at least twice in the last three months. The governor has also campaigned in Mississippi and Louisiana for Trump multiple times. Trump visited Mississippi twice in the past three months since his announcement of his candidacy. He was there once to speak at a Madison rally, and once at a Jackson rally and fundraiser. Donald Trump Jr. spoke briefly to thousands of Trump supporters at the Neshoba Country Fair in July. The governor will be joined by the Mississippi Federation of Republican Women on Thursday at a “Women for Trump” rally at the Mississippi Capitol. Jeanne Luckey, Republican National Convention committeewoman, is scheduled to speak. To support this important work, you can make a regular donation to the Spring Member Drive today. Our reporters give a human face to policy’s impact on everyday Mississippians by listening more closely and understanding their communities. To ensure that our work is aligned with the priorities and needs of Mississippians, we are listening to you. Click the button below to let us know what you think. Republish this Story You can freely republish our articles online or in print under a Creative Commons licence. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License. Mississippi Today, Adam Ganucheau
October 25, 2016, Adam Ganucheau is Mississippi Today’s editor in chief. He oversees the newsroom with the editorial staff to achieve our mission of producing journalism that is both high-quality and public-interest. Since February 2016, Adam Ganucheau has been covering politics and state government at Mississippi Today. A native of Hazlehurst, Adam has worked as a staff reporter for AL.com, The Birmingham News and The Clarion-Ledger and his work has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post and Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Adam received his bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Mississippi. The Mississippi gubernatorial elections were rigged. It was. I wonder if Trump would describe the rigging that led to his victory. Trump and he make mockery of democracy. What has a republican done to help the people? Absolutely nothing. Philbert, the citizens of MS still expect you to carry out that self-crucification. Phil Bryant blamed Mississippi’s poor economic performance on the Bureau of Labor Statistics and oil prices. He also blamed media bias, the United States Census and an “insignificant accounting error.” It’s possible that the guv and his GOP colleagues rigged the state’s economic future. He believes that elections are rigged. This idiocy is just one of the dumbest things he has said on StuporTalkFM state-sponsored StuporTalkFM. His greatest hits include “passing Initiative 42 would require schools to teach transgender Education” and “passing Initiative 42 would forcibly force schools to teach it.” I always feel better about Louisiana when I look at Mississippi. preach!!! (985) Our genius governor ladies, gentlemen, who apparently believes
A. Republican election officials are rigging many states’ elections for a Democrat; and
b. The Electoral College was created by the founders to overthrow the GOP