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Literally AND Seriously.

I listened to the entire hour long phone call between Trump, Raffensberger and the lawyer. To all of the people who voted for him because you thought he was harmless, you owe it to yourself to listen to it.

If you told him that he lost because of alien visitors from the star system Vega, he’d believe it.

Imagine if Joe Biden called the election officials in North Carolina and badgered and threatened and insulted them while simultaneously demanding they falsify election results and that his team go in and verify signatures to get the right answer. Trump nuggets would be outraged. They’d be rageogenically empurpled. Their guns would be locked and loaded.

The rest of us have had to put up with his crap for 4 years and we’re sick of the daily cortisol surge.

But whether you took him literally or seriously or stupidly, he’s not even willing to entertain the possibility that some Georgia voters are “people” who did not vote for him. Funny how he manages to accuse Raffensberger and Germany (nice name by the way) of being insufficiently Republican. I’m sure those guys have traded every speck of decency and personal values they had right up to the point where Trump is telling them to break the law. Is it both a federal and state law? Because Trump couldn’t offer them a pardon to falsify the election results in that case. They’d be screwed. Otherwise, who knows? In any case, their honor has been besmirched and neither of them stop the conversation and ask for an apology on their behalf or that of the entire Republican Party. That’s weird. Don’t you think that’s weird?

I take the election result in Georgia to be literally and seriously valid and accurate just the way it is.

What a sick, twisted, selfish, corrupt baby.

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  1. In any case, their honor has been besmirched and neither of them stop the conversation and ask for an apology on their behalf or that of the entire Republican Party. That’s weird.

    I hadn’t thought of this, but IMO it just shows the depths to which the GOP has sunk. 40+ years of GOP bullshit has been fully digested, not just by the GOP rubes, but by those with significant roles within the party at all levels. I see no recourse available other than a purge of every Selected/Elected Republican, in all branches of government, at every level of government.

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