In line with Democratic efforts to brand Republican colleagues as threats to democracy, a Democrat congressman is making an argument that anyone who questions the credibility of the 2020 election is without a doubt a "fascist." This is in keeping with Democratic efforts to label Republican colleagues as threats to democracy.
Jamie Raskin, a Democrat from Maryland's congressional delegation, defended President Joe Biden by asserting that one of the "hallmarks" of a fascist party is a refusal to accept the possibility that a senile old man could have somehow sealed the most votes of any president in the history of the United States.
Following President Joe Biden's propagation of the false notion that Republicans have embraced "semi-fascism," a dangerous attempt has been made to smear the Republican Party and those who support it.
Critics pounced on Biden for his divisive lies, which were later amplified when he accused "MAGA Republicans" of being a danger to democratic processes in the United States of America.
In the meantime, Raskin continued to defend the president's words that were loaded with hatred.
Raskin suggested that the simple act of pointing out that the election in 2020 was plainly fraudulent rendered Trump and his supporters sponsors of fascism. He did this by alluding to President Donald Trump's efforts to bring out that the election was definitely fraudulent.
They don't recognize the outcomes of elections that don't go their way, which is one of the hallmarks of a fascist political party; the other is that they support political violence. He continued, and I think that's why it was right for President Biden to sound the alarm this week.
Surprisingly, Raskin has a history of asserting that elections have been fraudulently won or lost by others. In January of 2017, the Democrat asserted that the election that took place in 2016 was fraudulent, and he was one among the individuals who contended that the votes that were cast by electors in the state of Florida should not be counted.
Raskin has made the allegation that the Democrat's attempt to establish election fraud is somehow different because no one invaded the Capitol, which is a reference to the demonstration that took place on January 6 that has been used to unfairly criticize Republicans.
In the year 2000, Raskin voiced his opposition to the presidential election by saying, in a video that was distributed by the Republican National Committee, that the previous president, George W. Bush, had in effect been appointed by the Supreme Court rather than elected by the people of the United States.
Raskin was most certainly not an outlier when it came to making several allegations of fraudulent activity, which is another evidence of how hypocritical these Democrats actually are.
Hillary Clinton, who served as secretary of state under Barack Obama and ran for president in 2008 but lost to Donald Trump, likewise said that the 2016 election was "stolen" from her.
However, it would appear that the Democrats are resolved to continue with this messaging, and their partners in the media have joined in on the efforts to press through with this messaging.
On her broadcast, MSNBC host Joy Reid claimed that Republicans are furious because President Joe Biden "named" their fascism. Reid made the statement in reference to the GOP.
Reid stated, The former president was also in the Keystone state this holiday weekend, appearing at a rally for Pennsylvania's MAGA Republican candidate for governor, Doug Mastriano, and Senate candidate Dr. Mehmet Oz. Mehmet Oz is running for the Senate seat in Pennsylvania. Trump essentially went full fascist, slamming the FBI as cruel monsters and branding President Biden an enemy of the state, despite recent actual attempts by his supporters to attack federal law enforcement. This is despite the fact that these recent actual attempts were made by his supporters. In his speech in Philadelphia, which went down in history as the most polarizing speech ever given by an American president. To hear that from Donald Trump, that's quite rich.
She continued by saying, .. So, I'm really not sure what the Republicans are so unhappy about, other than the fact that it was called.
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