This Circus, and the Hypocrisy, Was All So Predictable

This Circus, and the Hypocrisy, Was All So Predictable November 16, 2020

It’s all still happening, sadly. Trump and his acolytes are still maintaining this circus.

But it’s not like we weren’t warned. By Hillary Clinton, for example. We were also warned by Trump’s own behaviour:

In the 2016 primaries and election and before, Trump:

1) Accused Obama of not being a legitimate candidate.
2) Accused Ted Cruz of cheating in the primaries when Trump lost Iowa.
3) He welcomed Russian interference, publicly, in the 2016 presidential election, showing his own desire to cheat.
4) Even though he won, he still made huge accusations of conspiracy and fraud (eg undocumented immigrants voting).
5) He created a commission on vot4er integrity to investigate voter fraud. After two years, it was ignominiously disbanded as its document full of evidence of voter fraud that was “glaringly empty.” It found nothing. (As Mathew Dunlop stated, “It’s calling into the darkness, looking for voter fraud. There’s no real evidence of it anywhere.”)
Sound familiar?

So don’t tell me his claims are legitimate because he has made the SAME claims in every election he has won and lost and they have universally been found to be devoid of evidence, empty and themselves conspiratorial nonsense.

Here is our first evidential submission:

And then there is this, calling out the rank hypocrisy, compiled by Chris Cuomo’s team:

Trump supporters should be embarrassed. Dreadfully embarrassed.

 


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