Undeterred by logic and good sense, Chris McDaniel has announced his demand that he receive 25,000 extra votes and be declared the runoff winner.
August 5, 2014

Chris McDaniel has finally made his demands public with regard to how he wants to win the runoff election he lost to Thad Cochran in June. All he wants is for Mississippi to award him an extra 25,000 votes that were not cast so that he can be declared the winner of the runoff and go about the business of running for Thad Cochran's Senate seat.

Not too demanding, right?

Matt Osborne over at Breitbart Unmasked:

Fulfilling his promise last Friday to make “a major announcement” today, tea party insurgent Chris McDaniel has decided to forgo a legal challenge and simply ask the state Republican Executive Committee to handicap him 25,000 votes, declaring him the winner of the primary runoff that he lost six weeks ago. As Phillip Bump of the Washington Post makes clear, this strategy change is almost certainly due to the weakness of his evidence: Read on...

Boiling this down to the real issues, Chris McDaniel is upset that black voters upset his plans to win Mississippi with all-white votes. Delusional, much?

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