El-Sisi Wins Egyptian Election – Muslim Brotherhood Renounced

There is a profound Irony at play. President Obama, and Hillary Clinton supported the hardline Islamist element within the Muslim Brotherhood and Mohammed Morsi who have now been dispatched in favor of a secular governance provided by El-Sisi. Meanwhile, next door in Libya, the U.S. administration and State Dept. are telling all Americans to evacuate the country as the U.S. supported government is under attack.

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With nearly all ballots counted, Egypt’s former military chief has won a crushing victory over his sole opponent in the country’s presidential election, his campaign said Thursday. But the results were stained by questions about turnout despite a robust government effort to get out the vote.

Retired field marshal Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi won more than 92 percent of the votes, compared with 2.9 percent percent for his sole opponent and 4 percent of invalid votes, according to a tally released by his campaign.

His victory was never in doubt, but the career infantry officer had pushed for an overwhelming turnout as well to bestow legitimacy on his ouster last July of Egypt’s first freely elected president, the Islamist Mohammed Morsi.

Obama Wiping ForeheadTurnout was more than 46 percent after officials extended voting to a third day.

That figure was lower than the 52 percent turnout in the 2012 presidential election that vaulted Morsi to power. It also was lower than the bar el-Sissi himself set in his last campaign interview, when he said he wanted three-quarters of the country’s 54 million registered voters to cast ballots so he could “show the world” his support.

Still, el-Sissi can genuinely claim he comes into office with an impressive vote tally of 23.38 million votes — significantly more than the 13 million won by Morsi two years ago. His sole opponent, leftist politician Hamdeen Sabahi, received 736,000 votes.

It was telling that Sabahi, who came in third in the previous election, garnered less than the 1.03 million spoiled ballots cast.  (read more)

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12 Responses to El-Sisi Wins Egyptian Election – Muslim Brotherhood Renounced

  1. canadacan says:

    Canadacan is doing her happy dance.
    Wish I could put Snoopy on here doing his happy dance.
    This is very good for the US.
    We need somebody else as well as Israel in our corner.
    The hearts and Minds of Egypt are with us


    • doodahdaze says:

      Except for Ali-Oblahblah and his forty thieves.


    • BigMamaTEA says:

      Yes, this. I have been most recently been communicating with an Egyptian female who has a blog. It’s amazing. She and I spent a night commenting to each other, and she was so happy to hear from an American that some of us are really aware of the what’s going on both here and there. The People there stand with the People here. She also gave me some insight on the MB, and they do not like “The Won” , the old US Ambassador Anne Patterson, who was in bed with the Brothers, nor the Hilldabeast. I already knew that from my own research, but to me it was bonus points to have and Egyptian citizen confirmation. We shared “tears of sorrow and tears of relief” with each other.


  2. Josh says:

    “… senior member of the EU mission, Robert Goebbels, pointed out that the relatively high turnout should not be taken as evidence of democracy.”

    “Boycott, he said, is a form of freedom of expression and no one should speak for the “silent” voters.”

    “The unusual measures taken by the government to get voters to the polls also raised skepticism over the extent of support.”

    “’Citizen enthusiasm was dampened by the widespread perception that this election was not meaningful and that its results were predetermined,’ the U.S.-based Democracy International said in a statement Thursday.”

    “Islamists, once the country’s most powerful political machine, had called a boycott of the vote, as had many secular “revolutionary” youth groups.”

    I suppose Fox is just trying to be fair and balanced by reporting what the losers had to say.


    • P.Spinach says:

      Thanks for that. See below 🙂

      This also proves the EU commission is greatly ignorant. Seals the deal for me as to what the EU is all about. Go Marine Le Pen!


    • BigMamaTEA says:

      Josh, this is really a rhetorical question…BUT, is that EU guy’s name really Goebbels? HA! That should disqualify him from office immediately!


  3. P.Spinach says:

    Ha! ha! Love it!

    The difference between 52% and 46% turnout is indifferent because his opponent garnered only 2.9% so even if the 6% differential went to elsewhere, El Sisi still won by an un-rigged overwhelming majority unseen in history. Sippy Cup cannot whine about the un-democratic vote the way he did with Morsi. Muslim Brotherhood no doubt rigged the votes anyways. Barack himself eliminated his own competition during Senate days, this comes back to bite him like the dog he ate in Indonesia. The best part is Egypt, formerly ally of the US, hates Hildebeast. (In a bizarro world, the terrorists like Iran are now the Democrat’s best friends. Not strange though when you remember Democrats were the Party of KKK).

    Me too, HAPPY DANCE!


  4. texan59 says:

    Once again, our “best and brightest” back the losing team. I wanna play poker with these idjits. 🙄


  5. Betty says:

    God bless him and the beautiful people of Egypt.


  6. James Russell Ferro says:

    Maybe the Christians will have peace again in Egypt, like they did before the so called Arab spring, that Clinton and Obama praised so much. Look at what happened to the Christians in the other countries where the handiwork of Obama / Clinton was applied. A democracy is only as good as the foundation it is built upon. Our founding fathers with all their flaws knew that. 1 Corinth.3.11


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