Rachel Maddow Suggests Republican Weather Led to Democrat Election Loss

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June 28, 2017Jun 28, 2017

In 2005, an eastern Idaho weatherman gained national attention after claiming the Japanese mafia used Russian weather-altering technology to steer Hurricane Katrina into New Orleans. He soon quit his job to pursue his theory, along with other weather weapon conspiracies, according to the Seattle Times.

Now conservative media analyst Mark Dice is wondering if that’s what MSNBC’s perennially liberal host Rachel Maddow was referring to when she suggested that “partisan weather” contributed to the Republican victory in the highly watched Georgia special election last week.

Yes, you read that correctly. Democrat Jon Ossoff’s loss to Republican Karen Handel, despite the millions of dollars he was receiving from liberal powerhouses in what was supposed to somehow be a national referendum on President Trump, was so surprising to the left that a week later they’re still trying to figure out what happened.

And they’re not content to believe that perhaps the voters of Georgia’s 6th congressional district simply did not what a Democrat — especially one who didn’t even live in their district — representing them in Washington, D.C.

Now watch Dice hilariously present Maddow’s mad theory:

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