Hillary Clinton Says Biden Should Not Accept Results To Election: Don’t “Concede Under Any Circumstance”

During an interview with her former campaign communications director Jennifer Palmieri, twice failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton urged former Vice President Joe Biden to not accept the results to the 2020 election if he loses to President Donald Trump.

The comments from Clinton were quite ironic considering she famously said in 2016 that anyone who “won’t respect the results of the election is a direct threat to our democracy.”

“If it’s a close election — let’s say Biden ‘wins’ — what do you think Trump will do?” Palmieri asked.

Clinton answered by starting a conspiracy theory, stating that the Trump Administration may be “messing up absentee balloting… so that they then get a narrow advantage in the Electoral College on Election Day.”

She went on to say that the Biden campaign is getting ready for a long legal battle if he loses and Clinton said that he should not concede if he loses.

“We’ve gotta’ have a massive legal operation, I know the Biden campaign is working on that,” Hillary Clinton said. “We have to have poll workers, and I urge people who are able to, be a poll worker. 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. … At least we know more now about what they’re going to do.”

“Joe Biden should not concede under any circumstances because I think this is gonna’ drag out and eventually I do believe he will win if we don’t give an inch.”

It sounds like Hillary Clinton is supporting altering the results to an election.

“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,” she said.


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