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Here Are So Many Examples of Democrats Denying Election Results That Your Head Will Spin​

By J.D. Rucker • Jun. 30, 2022

The Republican National Committee is a strange beast sometimes. On one hand, they’ve essentially disavowed all discussions about the stolen 2020 election. On the other hand, they just posted an article and a video showing plenty of examples of Democrats denying presidential election results during the last three races they lost.
With a 99% certainty, I can say the 2020 election was stolen. Whether the RNC is finally acknowledging that possibility or not is up for debate, but kudos to them for putting together this video and the list below:



FOR DECADES, DEMOCRATS HAVE REFUSED TO ACCEPT THE RESULTS OF ELECTIONS THEY LOST
DEMOCRATS CALLED THE 2000 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION “STOLEN,” “FRAUDULENT,” AND A “COUP D’ETAT”
DEMOCRATS REPEATEDLY CAST DOUBT ON THE LEGITIMACY OF THE 2004 ELECTION
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DEMOCRATS REFUSED TO ACCEPT THE RESULTS OF THE 2016 ELECTION
DEMOCRATS HAVE CONTINUED TO CAST DOUBT ON OTHER ELECTIONS SINCE 2016
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BIDEN AND HIS OFFICIALS HAVE PUSHED STOLEN ELECTION CLAIMS

can you post a link to that source please?
 

dbair1967

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can you post a link to that source please?
 

daboyz

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SCOTUS has officially overturned Roe v Wade

Leftists will be revolting and tearing shit up all weekend.
I enjoy listening to tal radio. Heard this morning there's a big rumor Trumpster is going to tell the world this weekend that he'll be running for the 2024 Presidency again. Being it's 4th July weekend. We ALL know that's the Donald's style lol.
 

Creeper

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So this amazing witness Dems trotted out there did nothing but tell a bunch of lies, all of which she has been busted for.

When this charade is over and hopefully Republicans regain the house and senate, there should be a SLEW of people who are behind all this waste of time garbage that go to prison. And if enough dots are connected between the bogus impeachments, Covid and this 1/6 garbage I wholeheartedly believe not only should many go to prison and rot the rest of their life away, but SEVERAL should be executed as traitors to the country.

After Cassidy Hutchinson testified and was caught lying multiple times every Republican in congress and the Senate should be calling for an abrupt end to the Jan 6 hearings. Hutchinson's testimony just proved Democrats and Liz Cheney are using taxpayer money to smear Donald Trump with any lies and innuendo that can come up with. This is the Brett Kavanaugh hearings all over again.

Hutchinson lied about the limo incident. She lied about writing a note. And she lied about talking to one of the president's attorney's the morning of Jan 6. What's worse is the Democrats and Cheney knew or suspected her testimony was not true. This is why they did not contact the Secret Service to corroborate what she told them. It is also why they held a special emergency televised hearing to air her testimony. They just wanted to get the sensational headlines out there so the media could do their thing, which was to give the lies a life of their own without verifying the facts. Unfortunately, one reporter from NBC decided to check with the secret service and was told the story was not true. Then others were compelled to do their own checking. I will bet they were actually trying to prove the NBC report was wrong and were disappointed when they found out it was true.

Just imagine if it was a Republican investigation of a Democrat, like Biden. In fact, remember what the media and Democrats did with the Hunter Biden story? How about Ashley Biden's diary?
 

Creeper

In the Rotation

I remember most of this from experiencing it but I had once done a lot of research on the 2000 election so I am very familiar with the machinations of the Democrats back then. People still behaved with a little decorum and loyalty to the country but we were on the verge of abandoning that thinking. The standard of the time was Nixon's concession of the 1960 election despite suspicions that the Kennedy family used the Chicago mob to rig the election in Illinois. Nixon conceded for the good of the country. But to this day Democrats still claim they won the 2000 election and the Supreme Court handed the victory to Bush. This is not true. The initial count of votes in Florida was probably the most accurate count and Bush won. After that, the punch cards had been damaged by re-scanning and votes were either changed or tossed out.

The people today who are betraying the confidence of Trump and even his wife are clearly despicable people. When the media turned the Watergate witnesses into heroes, they started the weaseling that we see today. Only the Clintons realized the need to surround themselves with confidants they knew would take a bullet before they would reveal Clinton secrets. Trump hired a lot of people who are now looking for book deals to make a quick buck in exchange for breaking their confidence and trust with Trump. And notice how much of what is reported is not first hand testimony. It is hearsay. Remember the Ukraine phone call whistle blower? He was not on that phone call and did not hear it. He reported what he was told - and we now know the person who told him was Lt. Col. Vindman, a witness during the impeachment who lied under oath. But what people are ignoring is much of what Vindman told the whistle blower never happened. It is turning out that Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony is also hearsay and also turning out to be false. Is this a pattern?

The perjurers have not been punished. This includes Peter Strzok, James Comey, Andrew McCabe, Samantha Power, John Brennan, Hillary Clinton, Huma Abedin, Rod Rosenstein, Robert Mueller, Christine Blasey Ford (and two other Kavanaugh accusers), Vindman, Michael Sussman, and many others. I doubt Hutchinson will be prosecuted either. Lying under oath appears to be only a crime for Republicans, like Scooter Libby, George Papadopoulos and other Republicans - and their lies are non-material, like misremembering dates of conversations when talking to FBI investigators.
 

dbair1967

Administrator

  1. Trump incited the riot: The second impeachment of former President Trump was based on Democrats' claim that Trump incited the Capitol riot with his speech at the Jan. 6 "Stop the Steal" rally at the Ellipse in Washington, D.C. The Democrats are still promoting this claim in the Jan. 6 committee, despite abundant evidence to the contrary. The intelligence community learned more than two weeks prior to the riot that there would potentially be violence on Jan. 6. Trump didn't meet the legal threshold for incitement, and, according to the timeline of events, the Capitol was breached before Trump's speech ended.
  2. The deployment of the National Guard on Jan. 6 was delayed: Both the Defense Department inspector general and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Mark Milley said that the National Guard wasn't delayed in its deployment. The DOD had offered to make the National Guard available four days before the riot, but was rebuffed by then-Capitol Police Chief Steve Sund. Sund later reversed his position, but his belated request for Guard troops was denied by Senate Sergeant at Arms Michael Stenger and House Sergeant at Arms Paul Irving. Trump, however, signed an order on Jan. 4 to deploy 20,000 Guardsmen if requested by Congress.
  3. Ex-NYPD Commissioner Bernie Kerik was in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 5th for meeting to discuss overturning November 2020 election results: In the transmittal letter with the subpoena served to Kerik by the committee, it provided three citations with its allegation that Kerik was in the nation's capital on Jan. 5. However, none of those citations claimed that Kerik attended such a meeting. According to Kerik's phone and tollbooth records, he was in New York City for a family emergency that day. The committee later admitted that it had made "an error."
  4. Rep. Scott Perry (R-Pa.) asked Trump for a presidential pardon regarding Jan. 6th: The vice chair of the Jan. 6 panel, Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.), claimed that Perry "contacted the White House in the weeks after January 6th to seek a Presidential Pardon." Both Perry and Trump spokeswoman Liz Harrington disputed the claim. Perry said that he "was in the Capitol doing my legislative duties on January 6" and that "the notion that I ever sought a presidential pardon for myself, or other members of Congress, is an absolute shameless and soulless lie." Harrington said that she talked with multiple people regarding Cheney's claim about Perry, and they all said that it wasn't accurate.
  5. Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-Ga.) led a reconnaissance mission inside the Capitol on Jan. 5th: The Capitol Police refuted this allegation, citing an exhaustive review of security footage that turned up "no evidence" that Rep. Loudermilk entered the U.S. Capitol with constituents on Jan. 5, 2021." The congressman was with the tour only in the Rayburn House Office Building across the street from the Capitol, and the constituents didn't enter the Capitol building. Despite vindication by the police and the committee releasing the security footage afterwards, Democrats still claimed Loudermilk entered the Capitol with the tour.
  6. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.) was involved in a conspiracy to force alternate electors on Vice President Mike Pence: Johnson never handed slates of alternate electors to Pence as alleged. Rather, Johnson's staff received an urgent request regarding alternate slates of electors for Michigan and Wisconsin, asked Pence's staff about it, and stood down after the vice president's aide said they already knew about it and the information was supposed to have arrived in the mail.
  7. Trump tried to grab the steering wheel of a presidential vehicle to divert it to the Capitol on Jan. 6th: Cassidy Hutchinson, a former junior aide to Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, told the Jan. 6th committee that she heard the account from White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations Tony Ornato. Hutchinson also testified that Trump lunged for Secret Service agent Robert Engel after trying to grab the steering wheel, and that Engel was allegedly in the room when Ornato conveyed the account. However, Secret Service said that Trump didn't lunge for the steering wheel or Engel. Ornato, Engel, and the presidential vehicle driver also said they would testify under oath to dispute Hutchinson's testimony.
 

Creeper

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  1. Trump incited the riot: The second impeachment of former President Trump was based on Democrats' claim that Trump incited the Capitol riot with his speech at the Jan. 6 "Stop the Steal" rally at the Ellipse in Washington, D.C. The Democrats are still promoting this claim in the Jan. 6 committee, despite abundant evidence to the contrary. The intelligence community learned more than two weeks prior to the riot that there would potentially be violence on Jan. 6. Trump didn't meet the legal threshold for incitement, and, according to the timeline of events, the Capitol was breached before Trump's speech ended.
  2. The deployment of the National Guard on Jan. 6 was delayed: Both the Defense Department inspector general and Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Mark Milley said that the National Guard wasn't delayed in its deployment. The DOD had offered to make the National Guard available four days before the riot, but was rebuffed by then-Capitol Police Chief Steve Sund. Sund later reversed his position, but his belated request for Guard troops was denied by Senate Sergeant at Arms Michael Stenger and House Sergeant at Arms Paul Irving. Trump, however, signed an order on Jan. 4 to deploy 20,000 Guardsmen if requested by Congress.
  3. Ex-NYPD Commissioner Bernie Kerik was in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 5th for meeting to discuss overturning November 2020 election results: In the transmittal letter with the subpoena served to Kerik by the committee, it provided three citations with its allegation that Kerik was in the nation's capital on Jan. 5. However, none of those citations claimed that Kerik attended such a meeting. According to Kerik's phone and tollbooth records, he was in New York City for a family emergency that day. The committee later admitted that it had made "an error."
  4. Rep. Scott Perry (R-Pa.) asked Trump for a presidential pardon regarding Jan. 6th: The vice chair of the Jan. 6 panel, Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.), claimed that Perry "contacted the White House in the weeks after January 6th to seek a Presidential Pardon." Both Perry and Trump spokeswoman Liz Harrington disputed the claim. Perry said that he "was in the Capitol doing my legislative duties on January 6" and that "the notion that I ever sought a presidential pardon for myself, or other members of Congress, is an absolute shameless and soulless lie." Harrington said that she talked with multiple people regarding Cheney's claim about Perry, and they all said that it wasn't accurate.
  5. Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-Ga.) led a reconnaissance mission inside the Capitol on Jan. 5th: The Capitol Police refuted this allegation, citing an exhaustive review of security footage that turned up "no evidence" that Rep. Loudermilk entered the U.S. Capitol with constituents on Jan. 5, 2021." The congressman was with the tour only in the Rayburn House Office Building across the street from the Capitol, and the constituents didn't enter the Capitol building. Despite vindication by the police and the committee releasing the security footage afterwards, Democrats still claimed Loudermilk entered the Capitol with the tour.
  6. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.) was involved in a conspiracy to force alternate electors on Vice President Mike Pence: Johnson never handed slates of alternate electors to Pence as alleged. Rather, Johnson's staff received an urgent request regarding alternate slates of electors for Michigan and Wisconsin, asked Pence's staff about it, and stood down after the vice president's aide said they already knew about it and the information was supposed to have arrived in the mail.
  7. Trump tried to grab the steering wheel of a presidential vehicle to divert it to the Capitol on Jan. 6th: Cassidy Hutchinson, a former junior aide to Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, told the Jan. 6th committee that she heard the account from White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations Tony Ornato. Hutchinson also testified that Trump lunged for Secret Service agent Robert Engel after trying to grab the steering wheel, and that Engel was allegedly in the room when Ornato conveyed the account. However, Secret Service said that Trump didn't lunge for the steering wheel or Engel. Ornato, Engel, and the presidential vehicle driver also said they would testify under oath to dispute Hutchinson's testimony.

It is important to note that discussing how to "overturn" an election using legal means is not against the law. It is not even controversial. It has been done many times after US elections. The difference is no one has exploited these conversations for political gain the way Trump's enemies have done.

In 2000, Al Gore not only discussed how to delay certification of Florida's vote count, but he actually did get the Florida Supreme Court to delay the certification against Florida law.

The fact is, Trump had/has every right to challenge the election results. Discussing how to challenge the certification of the vote, or even legally replacing the electors is legal under due process and free speech. He can attempt any legal action he chooses and the courts, as they did, will deny him if his requests violate the laws as written.

As for inciting a riot, this is total nonsense as everyone with a brain knows. Trump used the words, "peacefully and Patriotically" when he spoke to his rally audience. Democrats want to use the "shouting fire in a crowded theater" argument to claim Trump incited the riot at the Capitol. The problem is, you can yell "fire!" in a crowded theater if there is a fire. At this point there is enough evidence out there for a reasonable person to conclude there was lots of fraud in the 2020 election, so Trump talking about it is clearly protected speech.
 

dbair1967

Administrator
Dems cheering an oppressive, overly taxed nation. Who'd have thunk it?

By the way, that fucktard penis Trudope recently told his nation "you have no right to defend yourself, this is not a right that you have" when it comes to using a gun to take down a would-be attacker in self-defense.

This is what's coming here people.

 

Scot

Pro Bowler
So I saw this driving down the freeway here in Los Angeles yesterday

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Yes, that is in fact a grown ass man, driving down the freeway, in a convertible, with the top down, wearing a fucking mask!
 
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