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Rejecting Conspiracy Theories Hard to Manage When Evidence Does not Support Constitutionalism

Reader comment on item: Fellow Conservatives, Please Reject Conspiracy Theories

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jan 6, 2022 at 19:22

President Trump's contentions of fraud notwithstanding, it is not his claim to the shadowy efforts of his politcal opponents that set the stage for January 6th; it was the standing leadership that spooked the processes that was captured on film, but very quickly dismissed as being Democratcially sponsored when the Speaker acted in an unconstitutional manner, not protecting the capital as was required by the threat. That threat is still there; and where are the protections?

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