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Last week, tea party senate candidate Chris McDaniel's election lawyer said the campaign would file a legal challenge to the results of his primary runoff against incumbent Republican Thad Cochran in Mississippi within 10 days. Well, it's been 10 days, but still no lawsuit.
Mitch Tyner, attorney for Chris McDaniel, says an expected legal challenge by McDaniel of the June 24 GOP primary runoff won't be filed today.
So, have they given up? Is it time to finally put the popcorn away? No, they say:
Tyner said in an email this morning: "We've been slightly delayed in getting some of the data that we want to include in the challenge and expect to file it next week."
For a month now, these guys have said they have evidence the election should be overturned, yet with the clock running out, they still haven't filed a challenge, and they keep on missing deadline after deadline. Either they don't actually have any evidence for their claims, or they are the stupidest sack of idiots that side of the Mississippi. Actually, probably both.