Furious DEMs Blast Jill Stein’s Recount to Nowhere

Waste of Time

Jill Stein of the Green Party and former presidential candidate was blasted today by furious Dems which described her vote recount attempt as a waste of time.

And a waste of money we may add, but that’s none of our business. Droves of Dems are pretty far from being enthusiastic about Jill Steins’s recount effort, as they’re seeing it as an irrelevant and futile endeavor, which only distracts public’s attention from President elect Donald Trump’s personnel decisions and policy.

Some publications even dubbed Jill Stein’s recount initiative as a fundraising scam and as each day passes by, it’s becoming increasingly more difficult to find a person who’s actually on her side.

Even Barack Obama’s administration stated that the election results are accurately reflecting the will of the American people, while Hillary Clinton’s campaign attorney denied the possibility of hacking and/or outside attempts to alter the voting process via technological means or other ways.

Basically, almost everybody is kosher with the election results and now even some Democrats are starting echoing Donald Trump’s charges via Twitter with regard to the recount being just a scam advanced by a sore loser which already raised over six million dollars to finance the recounts in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania.

“It’s a waste of time and money. It is not going to change anything,”


This is not the Donald on Twitter, but Dem strategist Joe Trippi, who was in charge of former Vermont Governor Howard Dean’s campaign for presidency in 2004.

“I think it probably was the Stein people looking for a way to stay relevant, raise some money and take the stink off of them. Instead of everybody screaming, ‘You made Trump happen,’ she is counting the votes to change that whole narrative.”

Another Democrat strategist, namely Robert Shrum confirmed that Clinton’s people were against her campaign getting involved in the recount, whilst stating that there’s no chance for the respective recount to change anything with regard to the election’s outcome. Let me quote Robert Schrum:

 “My sense is that the Clinton people would have preferred this not to happen and are going to be involved only in a monitoring capacity,people are way over-excited about the thing.

There is no chance” that it will change the election’s outcome.”


Even Clinton lawyer Marc Elias wrote earlier on his Medium blog on Saturday:

“Because we had not uncovered any actionable evidence of hacking or outside attempts to alter the voting technology, we had not planned to exercise this option ourselves.”


One may ask, who benefits from this scandal except maybe for Jill Stein, who’s raising millions from mysterious donors? Most states have recount deadlines on Monday whilst in others the deadline has already passed. For example, Pennsylvania’s State Department said that Jill Stein already missed the deadline for filling a voter initiated recount and now Stein sues, in an attempt to force a recount.