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Suddenly it's No Longer Dangerous to Talk About 'Rigged" Elections


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It wasn’t long ago that we were told that President Donald Trump’s questioning the legitimacy of the election wasn’t just unfounded, but a serious threat to the future of the nation.

As one commentator put it, by fanning the specter of election fraud, Trump was “sowing doubt not just about the 2020 election, but whether America’s voting system – the foundation of American democracy – is sound … In a democracy, where governing power is rooted in the consent of the governed, this is deeply dangerous.”

Yet here is President Joe Biden, predicting that the next election can’t be trusted, based on far less evidence than Trump had. And the press is celebrating him for it.:snip:

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Steny Hoyer joins the chorus of Democrats delegitimizing elections

Zachary Faria, Commentary Fellow

January 26, 2022

Democrats continue to delegitimize in advance the 2022 midterm elections, in which they are likely to suffer heavy losses.

This is in keeping with the Democratic tradition of delegitimizing all elections they lose.

House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer reiterated President Joe Biden’s assertion that the 2022 elections could be illegitimate if Democrats don’t get to control all state elections from Washington, D.C. Although Biden's staff already tried to walk back his comments, Hoyer said he agreed with Biden, adding, “This is about an America that really believes in making sure that the people's voice is heard and reflected in the outcome of the elections.”

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