Hillary Clinton claims Republicans ALREADY have a plan to ‘steal’ the 2024 presidential


Hillary Clinton said ‘extremist’ Republicans have a plan underway to steal the 2024 presidential election in video urging Americans to vote for Democratic legislatures in their states.

The two-minute clip urged Americans to look past the 2022 midterms and turn out to vote in their local election, because she claims the conservative majority U.S. Supreme Court might give state legislatures the power to overturn results.

‘Right-wing extremists already have a plan to literally steal the next presidential election – and they’re not making a secret of it,’ Clinton alleged.

The failed 2016 Democratic presidential candidate did not provide any proof of these plans or examples of Republicans conspiring to ‘steal’ the 2024 election. 

The video was put out on Twitter by the progressive group Indivisible Guide, which is running an initiative aimed at promoting progressive candidates in local state races on a website called Crush the Coup.

While the group says Democrats winning the midterms is ‘critical’, it also says they need to be focused on the larger issues of ‘fighting MAGA Republicans at the state level.’

Crush the Coup’s website homepage reads in huge capital lettering: ‘MAGA has a plan to steal the election in 2024. We have to stop them, today.’

It further claims that Democrats need to focus on winning 29 local seats in six swing states – Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

Hillary Clinton said in a video released on Twitter that 'right-wing extremists already have a plan to literally steal the next presidential election ¿ and they're not making a secret of it'

Hillary Clinton said in a video released on Twitter that ‘right-wing extremists already have a plan to literally steal the next presidential election – and they’re not making a secret of it’

Clinton scoffed when claiming the prospect of Republicans trying to challenge the results of the next presidential election is ‘keeping me up at night’ and said that allowing GOP legislatures to control states is a ‘threat to Democracy.’

‘The right-wing controlled Supreme Court may be poised to rule on giving state legislatures – yes you heard me correctly – state legislatures the power to overturn presidential elections,’ the former Secretary of State said.

On January 6, 2021, 147 Republicans in the House and Senate objected to the results of the 2020 presidential election, while the vast majority of Congress voted to codify the outcome as a victory for President Joe Biden.

Six Republicans in the Senate and 121 in the House backed objections to certify Arizona’s electoral outcome while 128 in the House and seven in the Senate objected to Pennsylvania’s outcome.

Any Republicans who still question the outcome of the 2020 presidential election have been dubbed ‘election deniers’, even though Democrats have asked questions – and continue to question – the outcome of some previous elections.

Now, Clinton is questioning results a full two years before an election was even held, despite her claims that Republicans pushing election fraud claims are helping push the Kremlin’s agenda. 

The former Secretary of State said: 'The right-wing controlled Supreme Court may be poised to rule on giving state legislatures... the power to overturn presidential elections'

The former Secretary of State said: ‘The right-wing controlled Supreme Court may be poised to rule on giving state legislatures… the power to overturn presidential elections’

Clinton said in June 2021 elected officials suggesting the 2020 election was stolen or conducted unfairly are aiding Russian President Vladimir Putin’s efforts to undermine American democracy.

‘We never thought we had to worry about domestic enemies. We never thought we had to worry about people who didn’t believe in our democracy,’ Clinton said during an MSNBC interview at the time.

‘And sadly, what we’ve seen over the last four years and particularly since the election is that we have people in our own country who are doing Putin’s work,’ she continued. ‘They are doing his work to sow distrust, to sow divisiveness.’

Indivisible Guide is a progressive group that formed in response to Donald Trump’s election in 2016, but calls the former president a ‘symptom of a sick democracy, not its cause.’

In Clinton’s video, she said that Republicans are on a mission to make sure that neither the popular vote or the Electoral College results do not determine the outcome of the election. She also slammed the Electoral College as outdated. 

Clinton won the popular vote in the 2016 prudential election by nearly 3 million votes – but Trump emerged the victor by winning the Electoral College count by 74 votes. 

In 2008, Clinton lost the Democratic presidential primary election to eventual winner Barack Obama. She won the nomination in 2016, becoming the first woman to run for president under a major party. She lost to Trump. 

Clinton was promoting the progressive Indivisible Guide's Crush the Coup project, which is focusing on local elections in swing states in an attempt to turn the legislatures blue and stop the conservative Supreme Court from allowing them to challenge election results in their states

Clinton was promoting the progressive Indivisible Guide’s Crush the Coup project, which is focusing on local elections in swing states in an attempt to turn the legislatures blue and stop the conservative Supreme Court from allowing them to challenge election results in their states

‘The 2024 presidential election could be decided not by the popular vote or even the anachronistic Electoral College but by state legislatures, many of them Republican-controlled,’ Clinton said.

She then promoted Indivisible Guide’s Crush the Coup campaign.

The group details that the U.S. faces two fundamental problems, that U.S. democracy is ‘rigged’ in favor of the white and wealthy and that ‘an alliance of white nationalists and the ultra-rich’ has emerged in the last decade to try and cling to power.

‘That’s how we ended up with Trump,’ they claim.



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