Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) said early Sunday that he is "nervous" about the presidential race two days before Election Day.
"A lot of Democrats out there are nervous. Are you among them?" Jake Tapper asked the senator on CNN's State of the Union.
"Oh, sure. I'm always nervous. I was nervous in '12. I was nervous in '08 — for good reason," Franken replied.
He and other Hillary sycophants have besodden themselves after hearing Trump was visiting Minneapolis-St. Paul today and Pence would be in Duluth on Monday.
The quick visit puts Trump’s face behind his claim that he can win Minnesota, which last voted for a Republican presidential candidate in 1972, along with other traditionally Democratic states. The visit also gives Trump access to the crucial voters of western Wisconsin, a swing state in nearly every poll.
Minnesota polling has shown Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton with a lead in the single digits, but Minnesota Republican Party Chairman Keith Downey said the election has been moving in Republicans’ direction both here and nationwide.
He added that when he goes to canvassing centers, he tells volunteers: "Many of you have jobs. Many of you have families. Ignore them. Get on the doors."
This is virtually the same thing he said in July at the Democratic National Convention, “Many of you have jobs. Many of you have families. Ignore them. Let me tell you something: kids love it when their parents aren't home. And let me tell you something else. An 8-year-old knows how to use a microwave. And let me tell you something else. An 8-year-old can teach a 4-year-old how to use a microwave. That's just scientific fact. They'll be fine. You have work to do. Get on those phones. Knock on those doors. And tell 'em Al Franken sent you.”
Franken, an alleged comedian, gained notoriety for his role as Stuart Smalley; an effeminate man with a perfectly coiffed bleached-blonde hairdo wearing a powder blue cardigan sweater on Saturday Night Live during the 1990s. Of course he’s nervous about Tuesday’s presidential election. After all, he’s only in the Senate because of voter shenanigans at the ballot box involving Lizard People.
NOTE: I have updated his Smalley character for this post.
Sen. Al Franken isn't sure if Clinton can hold onto blue states https://t.co/rXCmjAcmhs pic.twitter.com/AfUOhYQ0w9— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) November 6, 2016
@dcexaminer cause "gosh darn it, people hate her."— PolitiSay (@ThePolitiSay) November 6, 2016