George Stephanopoulos, a slimy weasel of a man, former senior advisor to President Bill Clinton, and ABC News anchor said he believes that only Republicans question election results. He obviously suffers from a selective memory disorder, or that is what his corporate masters told him to say.
Stephanopoulos is a political hitman who will do anything his bosses tell him to do. I remember when during a Republican primary debate Stephanopoulos asked Mitt Romney if states could ban abortions. Romney, like everyone watching the debate, wondered where the 5 foot 4 inches garden gnome who looks like he fell off of a broken charm bracelet pulled that question out of. Romney responded that he doesn’t know of any calling in any state to ban abortions, and Stephie the Clown kept asking him. It was because he wanted Romney to go on record saying that the answer is obviously yes.
Romney, to his credit, kept repeating that neither he nor anyone else he knows of has ever mentioned they want to ban abortions, clarified by saying that the Constitution, especially the 10th Amendment, does mean that states can ban abortions if they want to.
The next day, all the usual suspects in Fake News Town reported that Mitt Romney declared that states can ban abortion laws.
I don’t like Mitt Romney even a little bit, but Stephanopoulos was allegedly ordered to do that by people higher up the pay scale than him, possibly people in the Obama White House who wanted him taken out during the primaries with the added benefit of slapping all Republicans with a series of guilt by association articles written by other Fake News outlets. This is George Stephanopoulos.
So when little Georgie acted like he had no idea that Democrats contest election results nearly every time they lose an election, Stephanopoulos, being a partisan political hack for the Democratic Party, would absolutely know that.
On “This Week,” Stephanopoulos said that all you have to do is take a look at 2020 for an example of one political party questioning election results and engaging in violence in Washington, DC.
Sarah Isgur, lawyer, political commentator, and former spokeswoman in the Justice Department in the Donald Trump administration, reminded Stephanopoulos that he should have looked at 2016 first.
Isgur, now a staff writer for the Dispatch and an ABC News contributor, fact-checked Georgie right on the spot.
“When I look forward to 2024, I’m deeply concerned by these numbers because what it says to me is that people on both sides are not ready to accept the results of the next election,” she said.
“Both sides?” Stephanopoulos asked, sounding confused.
“I absolutely think that is the case,” Isgur said.
Stephanopoulos read results from a poll citing that 40 percent of Republicans who were surveyed approved of violence against the government, and gosh, golly, gee, he completely forgot to mention that 41 percent of Independent voters felt the same way, and even 23 percent of Democrat voters.
Isgur went on to point out that Hillary Clinton questioned the legitimacy of Donald Trump’s 2016 win, even though she was responsible for Barack Obama’s Department of Justice spying on Trump’s campaign and dogging his presidency with false accusations of Trump-Russia collusion that Hillary made up just to get her illegal private email server off the front pages of the news.
“You look back at 2017, look at the ABC poll on whether Trump was legitimately elected. It was about six to eight points off of this one right now, not that far off. Hillary Clinton, asked in 2017, was Trump legitimately elected, point blank? She did not say yes. She said she had questions,” Isgur said. “You think Democrats, if Donald Trump runs again, if Donald Trump wins in 2024, you think Democrats are going to think he was legitimately elected? You got to be kidding me.”
Democracy for America CEO Yvette Simpson then claimed “no precedent” exists for what happened in 2020 and on January 6 and claimed that the problem is found “purely in the Republican camp.”
Simpson was right on one thing. There was no precedent that a presidential election was stolen and then working in collaboration together, the mainstream news media, the Democratic Party, and social media tech tyrants blocked any and all speech about the massive voter fraud and irregularities that whistleblowers testified to witnessing in state legislature hearings in all the key battleground states that were stolen by the Democrats.
I don’t condone violence ever, but I can certainly understand the frustrations of millions of Americans who were told they were not allowed to ask questions. They were to sit down and shut the hell up while false certifications were being filed. It would have been one thing for the Democrats and their cronies in media to have taken the accusations seriously and allowed questions to be asked, but instead, they shut people down and silenced them with censorship. Yeah, I can see how some people could get really angry watching that happen in America.
As Isgur pointed out, Hillary Clinton publicly questioned the legitimacy of Trump’s victory.
Speaking of Trump’s victory, Clinton said, “I think that there are lots of questions about its legitimacy,” during a video interview posted online Friday by the leftist Mother Jones website.
Clinton lamented how “we don’t have a method for contesting” the election in the United States and called for an independent commission to “get to the bottom of what happened.”
What happened was Hillary was the absolute worst candidate a national party ever gave the nomination to. People just don’t like her and they don’t trust her.
Many leftists who sit on news sets drinking from a coffee mug with corporate logos on them forget that there were protests and riots on Trump’s Inauguration Day where 200 rioters were arrested that day and multiple police officers were injured because of the violence. The rioters attacked businesses and I guess George missed the limousine that was set on fire.
And let’s not forget that after Republican White House wins in 2000, 2004 and 2016, Democrats in Congress used the formal counting of electoral votes as an opportunity to challenge election results. Trump voters in 2020 simply wanted a little more time extended to verify voter fraud so that the counting of the votes would be accurate.