During the aftermath of Donald Trump’s appearance on the CNN Town Hall, the pundit class is reminding us all we should dismiss all talk of the 2020 election. We should also remember that we have more than enough good reasons to instinctively think the opposite when it comes to anything they tell the public, or demand we believe simply because they say so.
Why should Trump voters acquiesce and admit the 2020 election was on the up and up just because the media will shame and ground pound them until they do?
CNN’s Gary Tuchman speaks with New Hampshire voters following the CNN Republican presidential town hall with former President Donald Trump.
— CNN, 5/11/23
We’re to believe the same Joe Biden, who spent most of the campaign out of public view, got more votes than Barack Obama. We’re to believe Joe Biden, who made numerous gaffes of senility and racism, overcame setbacks because he had a superior delivery? We’re to believe all of the vote count irregularities on Election Night and following morning were something we must ignore?
While the Democrats and their media insist there was “no evidence of voter fraud”, that doesn’t really mean it didn’t happen. It’s just they don’t want Republicans to talk about it, especially because the most significant election interference came from the media, the Democrat Party and their activists.
It started right after Donald Trump’s election in 2016. You know, when Democrats insisted he was an illegitimately-elected president and tried to decertify his victory.
And one by one, Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. — presiding over a joint session of Congress to validate the Electoral College results in Mr. Trump’s victory — turned back their challenges with a stoic message, pounding his gavel without hesitation. “It is over,” Mr. Biden said at one point, as Republicans rose to their feet to cheer.
— New York Times, 1/6/17
The election interference began with the “Russia collusion” hoax, that despite it’s origins from the Hillary Clinton campaign, occupied more than two years of slanderous media coverage and a taxpayer-funded special counsel investigation that offered a half-assed vindication of Trump the left refuses to accept to this day.
If Trump were to reclaim the White House in 2024, Former Attorney General Bill Barr warned of “chaos” and the potential for Trump to self-sabotage his own agenda as president.
— USA Today, 5/7/23
Chaos usually requires a catalyst. In the case of the Trump presidency, it was an unrelentingly partisan media and Deep State, butthurt their preferred Hillary Clinton was rejected by the American people and determined to do everything they could to exact revenge and damage from Day One on.
They attacked hourly for over five years, Trump responded rather directly (see: “mean Tweets”), and we all know a second Trump term would be more of the same.
That’s the “chaos” Barr, other mouthpieces, and Republican presidential candidates will refer to but will absolve the instigators by not mentioning them.
Trump’s first term was engulfed in the “chaos” the left and their media created, resulting in two failed impeachments, an intentional pandemic and despite all that, his accomplishments for the American people were numerous and historic. We always hear the squishy excuse their non-votes because “both sides are the same”. The American people will have a very recent and clear contrast between the Trump and Biden presidencies. Only blind hatred would make a Democrat vote for an additional four years of this shit; their best option would be to stay home, must to the consternation of the left.
More election interference will be needed to offset Biden-voter lethargy, and the first will be to remind and assure voters that vote fraud did not happen in 2020, 2022, and won’t happen in 2024. Common sense won’t work. You have to admit, intimidation did when it counted most.
State and federal judges — some appointed by Trump — have dismissed more than 50 lawsuits brought by Trump or his allies alleging election fraud and other irregularities. Independent experts, governors and state election officials from both parties say there has been no evidence of widespread fraud.
— Reuters, 12/21/20
THIS is the basis for the left’s demand Trump voters accept the election result they worked very hard to achieve. So why would state and federal judges, some appointed by Trump, dismiss these lawsuits? Simple.
The nation witnessed a full summer-plus of liberal Democrats running wild through the streets of America, disrupted public freedom of movement, looted, burned, injured and killed police and civilians alike. The media excused the “mostly peaceful” rioters, demonized law enforcement, and even some politicians worked to fund-raise for the bail to release the domestic terrorists.
The vandalism and looting following the death of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis police will cost the insurance industry more than any other violent demonstrations in recent history. The protests that took place in 140 U.S. cities this spring were mostly peaceful, but the arson, vandalism and looting that did occur will result in at least $1 billion to $2 billion of paid insurance claims
— Axios, 9/16/20
Nine of the people killed during protests were demonstrators taking part in Black Lives Matter protests. Two were conservatives killed after pro-Trump “patriot rallies”. All but one were killed by fellow citizens.
— The Guardian, 10/31/20
Imagine being a judge in 2020; a judge that probably has a spouse and children. Despite their oaths to faithfully render lawful decisions and verdicts, let’s also note they are human beings. They, too, witnessed the summer of violence and it’s understandable that they would prefer not subject themselves and their families to intimidation (or worse) at the hands of organized, angry liberal mobs. It’s not like the left doesn’t intimidate judges, even those with federal protection….
CNN political analyst David Gregory called the attempted murder of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh “horrifying” and slammed the left for being “so hypocritical” about blaming the right for mob violence and not addressing their own side’s role in motivating such behavior.
Gregory declared, “And this is horrifying. I mean, activism has its place, of course, speaking out has its place, but to threaten a Supreme Court justice and his family outside of his home is beyond the pale, cannot be tolerated, every politician has an obligation to stand up, condemn this and to do something about it.”
— Fox News, 6/9/22
Intimidation wasn’t denounced by the left because it’s a tactic they will use until their violence takes out someone of elevated stature on their side. Then we’ll ALL be implicated and told to turn down the volume.
Republican candidates and blabbermouths can warn voters about the possibility of “chaos” if Donald Trump again earns the nomination, let alone the presidency in 2024, but if Ron DeSantis promises calm if he’s elected, he’s either a liar or dangerously naive. Local media is nothing compared to what’s in store for him should he secure the Republican nomination for president. It’s obvious he knows that.
Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill into law Thursday that exempts records related to his travel from the state’s robust public disclosure law. Republicans said the measure was necessary to protect DeSantis and prevent details about his travel habits and security detail from falling into the hands of people who might be plotting an attack on the governor. Asked about the measure last week, DeSantis said it wasn’t his idea.
The law applies retroactively and would cover his extensive use of state planes throughout his time as governor. It would also cover records related to visitors to the governor’s mansion, opponents said.
— CNN, 5/11/23
Not a good look from someone who claims to be a voice of calm and reason, compared to you-know-who.
Now that we have millions of new potential Democrat voters (illegal aliens) that will be invading cities and neighborhoods across the nation between now and the next election, there will be more than enough rioting and destruction that will provide cover for any targeted intimidation the left wishes to conduct.
Donald Trump has been there, done that, and seemingly relishes in any opportunity to stick it to the next-in-line who foolishly believes they’ll be the one to finally put him in his place. All the others running have witness it happening to him but it won’t become real until it happens them, and it WILL be real.
There will be chaos. The left has made it not just a threat but a promise.
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