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Sat Jan 30, 2021, 12:24 PM

Presenting Evidence Is A Good Thing. . . Except When It's Not?

Many Republicans continue to make noise about the need to present evidence regarding widespread election fraud. (They had a chance to present such evidence in several dozen court cases and failed to provide any that met legal standards.)

Some of these same Republicans are dead set against the presentation of any evidence in the coming impeachment trial of Donald Trump.

So, according to them, we need to make a big show of examining their claims of voter fraud in a public venue. But we must not subject the man making the claims of voter fraud to a public examination of his actions.

Consistency is not a Republican value, apparently. Law and Order and respect for the police are their stated values, however. Except for when they are very upset about something and the police stand between them and the people they want to murder for making them upset.

I understand now. . . sure I do. . . ?

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