On his “Pass The Salt Live” webcast this morning, Religious Right activist Dave Daubenmire reacted to the results of yesterday’s midterm elections by flat out refusing to believe that Democrats actually won enough races nationwide to take control of the House of Representatives.
“Those elections are so rigged,” Daubenmire griped, insisting that the fact that polls predicting that Democrats would retake the House turned out to be “pretty accurate” was actually proof that dozens of races had been “fixed” across the nation. “Something smells on that one.”
“You can fix precinct-by-precinct elections,” he said. “Something stinks last night. You will never convince me—I wish I had my tinfoil hat on—you’ll never convince me that there are that many people, [with] the condition that America is in, that America is on the upswing, that that many people would come out and vote Democrat. I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I don’t believe it.”