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Far-Right Fairfax County School Board Member Tweets Out False Popular Vote Count


First, here’s the actual popular vote count as of last night. Note that Hillary Clinton’s lead is growing all the time, and will most likely end up at 1.5-2 million by the time all the ballots are counted.

Now, here’s what far-right Fairfax County School Board member Elizabeth Schultz falsely claims the popular vote count is. Can anyone seriously argue that a person like this, who routinely tweets out false “news,” plus extreme and bigoted comments, should be on a school board???

Note that Schultz tweeted out this blatantly false vote count hours after the real vote count – Clinton ahead by 750k votes and growing by the hour – was available. Now why would anyone do such a thing? Hmmmm.

P.S. For more on Schultz – the LAST person who should ever be on a School Board! – see Audio: EW Jackson Talks to Anti-#LGBT Fairfax County School Board Member Elizabeth Schultz, Far-Far-Right Fairfax County School Board Member Recommends Video by Rabid Bigot, Extremist,Video: Heated Debate Over Transgender Rights in Fairfax County Public Schools,http://bluevirginia.us/2016/05/audio-voice-reason-fairfax-county-school-board-goes-nuts-transgender-directive, Just When You Thought Fairfax County School Board Member, Anti-LGBT Extremist Elizabeth Schultz Couldn’t Get Any Crazier, FCDC Chair Sue Langley: School Board Member Elizabeth Schultz (R) “has gone on a Trump style, unhinged social media rant”, ,etc., etc.

  • old_redneck

    lowkell: You probably already have seen this. However, BlueVirginians need to read this compilation of steaming horseshit that is now featured on the front page of Bearing Drift — “Fifty Reasons Why Donald Trump Won.”


    That article is the essence of the stupidity we are up against. When you have people who believe even a little bit of the crap in that article, what are we gonna do?

    Buy them books, send them to school, and they eat the books.

    • That’s why they’re going to lose the national popular vote by 1.5-2.0 million votes. But yeah ,they live in their own made-up reality.

    • Mickey Emerson

      So, you don’t have the capacity to understand what they are saying in the article, or links provided, so you call others stupid. Was the “eating books” in reference to the excuses you kept giving your teachers, that the dog ate your homework?

    • Yeah, that was….just….my god.

  • A_Siegel

    Perhaps School Board Member Schultz simply needs a class on how to do research on the web — not understanding what FCPS expects any 7th grader to know.


    Marty Baron ✔ @PostBaron
    Google’s top news link for ‘final election results’ goes to a fake news site with false numbers http://wpo.st/r8EE2
    1:48 PM – 14 Nov 2016
    Photo published for Google’s top news link for ‘final election results’ goes to a fake news site with false numbers
    Google’s top news link for ‘final election results’ goes to a fake news site with false numbers
    Trump didn’t win the popular vote, no matter what “70 News” says.

  • David Dickinson

    In the vote that actually counts, Trump crushed Clinton 306-232. That is a landslide.
    If it was purely a popular vote, then the strategies would be different. For instance, Republicans would not have completely ignored California (a lost cause).
    As it is the Trump campaign completely OUTSMARTED the Clinton camp and applied just enough resources in each battleground state to just about win them all.

    • No doubt, the Clinton campaign made some major mistakes. Like why were they wasting resources in Nebraska in closing weeks??? Why were they wasting resources in Arizona, which they didn’t need, or Georgia, when they should have been 100% focused on holding the “blue wall” states? Why did Hillary Clinton barely (if at all) visit MI/WI yet spend inordinate amounts of time and resources in OH, which again we didn’t really need? Sure, Comey and the media were horrible, but I really wish the campaign would look at some of THEIR MISTAKES, as well as Clinton’s flawed message (in many ways), symbols (an arrow pointing right? WTF?) and slogans (“I’m with her” had it completely backwards, should have been “SHE is with US!”). Ugh.