What would unite nation?
Yesterday I watched videos from the Washington. At least 90% of the protester were middle age, and above, men and women. It was nothing like Black Lived Matters" protests: No violence, No looting, no burning anything...
The people asked only one thing-Investigation.
Do you agree with them: Only public investigation of the election fraud would put this issue to end and will unite the nation?
Pipe bombs? Middle aged people carried pipe bombs...
4 dead? the fake media would not clarify, 3- are dies from medical reason... (young people don't die from medical reasons). And young woman was murdered by police officer without reason, as one witness testified.
Barr investigation? Did he? That's the question.
The all courts simply did not...
- The First DragonLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
You are right. ONLY a public investigation of election irregularities will satisfy everybody that the election was free, fair, and secure. And remember 4 years ago, many voters thought THAT election was illegitimate too.
As it stands, whether Biden, Trump, Pelosi, or the buffalo guy is inaugurated on January 20, more than half the voters will think s/he got there illegally.
This is an issue that MUST be dealt with, before we lose our Republic.
And if the crowd had NOT protested at the Capitol, what is the chance it would happen?
To Unite the nation, we need a transparent, fair, and secure electoral process. With that in place, we will go back to the concept of the Loyal Opposition - we may not like or agree with the President, but if he was rightly elected, he IS the President and we will work with him. Or her.
- Mr ScepticLv 62 months ago
You are trying to dismiss and deny an act of domestic terrorism and insurrection, incited by Trump, a defeated president.
If there were any evidence of election fraud it would have been presented to a court. It wasn’t, because it wasn’t there.
- Anonymous2 months ago
National Socialism, of course. It worked in 1933.
- Anonymous2 months ago
removing all right wingers
they've only been in the way since the beginning
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- Jas BLv 72 months ago
There were two pipe bombs, four people are dead and property was damaged, destroyed and stolen. To suggest there was no violence is simply not true.
There have been investigations into Trump's allegations of voter fraud, by the US Attorney General Bill Barr, one of Trump's closest allies, by the US cyber security department, by the Department of Justice, the by around 60 court cases, in lower courts, in appeals courts and two in the Supreme Court which has a 6-3 Republican majority, three of those judges appointed by Trump.
In order to have an investigation there has to be credible evidence of wrong doing and there has been none which has stood up to legal scrutiny.
If Trump cannot provide evidence in 60 court cases, many of them with Republican judges, one appeals court which were all Republican appointed judges, one of them by Trump and the Supreme Court then there is no real evidence, just unsubstantiated allegations.