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Reader comment on item: "Republican Mob" Was Once an Oxymoron, Now It's a Reality

Submitted by Alex B (United States), Jan 16, 2021 at 21:52

As the old maxim has it a picture is worth a thousand words but in this case on the core issue of fraudulent elections -- yes or not -- is the LACK of pictures or rather the videos which speaks volumes.
In light of high public interest, we should see, we should be able to see dozens or perhaps even hundreds of videos documenting different court proceedings designed to clarify where is the truth. The sad reality is that they never really took any of these cases into serious court deliberation. What is even sadder is that the author knows it full well.
Here you say: "Rejecting the learned conclusions of judges and the considered opinion of conservative analysts, the mob dismisses Republicans who deny its fantasies as RINOs and weaklings."
You mean to consider the 'learned opinion...' resulted from proper court proceedings which never took place? Seriously, this is an insult to your readers' intelligence.
The only question relevant here is why they refrained from taking those cases. Just imagine how would the mob react (not the mob in the center of your piece, the other one) should the party lines advanced and promoted so enthusiastically by the so called objective media outlets ( 'most honest and fair elections -- ever ) would emerge as standing on shaky grounds? Well, I hope you know the answer to this question.


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