‘We do not live in a free country’: Republican primary candidate Laura Loomer refuses to concede defeat over Big Tech ‘fraud’

Declaring that America is no longer a free country, ultra-canceled MAGA provocateur Laura Loomer refused to concede defeat in her Republican House primary in Florida on Tuesday. 

The right-wing activist alleged that her loss to incumbent Daniel Webster had effectively been rigged by Big Tech and the media.

Laura Loomer refuses to concede

Pointing to her narrow loss of 7 points, Loomer claimed that her campaign’s inability to access social media had a decisive effect on the outcome in the 11th district primary.

“I’m not conceding but I am just saying, this is not an 80,000-vote difference. I’m talking about 5,210 votes and when you look at the impact that Big Tech and social media and the internet plays in our society today, there was no denying that there was voter fraud and election interference in this campaign.”

She called her campaign’s performance “incredible” considering the social media blackout, and congratulated supporters for having “exposed the corruption within our own feckless cowardly Republican party.”

Loomer, who is banned from most social media sites, as well as Uber, Lyft, and payment processors like Venmo, called herself the “canary in the coal mine” on the issue of Big Tech censorship.

She made an appeal for “feckless” Republicans to address the Big Tech issue, warning that America will not have fair elections again until it is dealt with.

“We do not live in a free country”

In a dramatic moment, Loomer began crying, saying she was heartbroken over the state of the country.

“It breaks my heart that we are in a position in this country today where the Republican Party establishment is participating in the voter fraud machine. And I stand on the stage before you today with the American flag behind me to tell you that we do not live in a free country.”

This is not Loomer’s first political bid. She lost a House race in 2020 to Democrat Lois Frankel in Florida’s 21st District.

Often characterized as “far-right,” Loomer has not been shy about her view, shared by most Republican voters, that the 2020 election wasn’t on the level.

While it has seldom been acknowledged by the left, Big Tech interference was a major factor in the 2020 election, with even Mark Zuckerberg making the shocking admission this week that Facebook censored the Hunter Biden laptop story after a tip from the FBI.

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