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10 months later, as Ted Knight would say, Well, we're Waiting....
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Hillary didn't concede the next day?
So it's your contention that it really IS conceding even though she got in front of every TV camera she could for the next couple years saying she got f'd. I guess that may seem like a valid argument to some...
 


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So it's your contention that it really IS conceding even though she got in front of every TV camera she could for the next couple years saying she got f'd. I guess that may seem like a valid argument to some...
She conceded the day after the election. The election was over at that point. The transition occurred as normal.

She didn't call any Secretaries of State and ask them to "find" her votes. She didn't file even one lawsuit much less 50. She didn't demand any recounts. She didn't encourage the state Dem Party in Wisconsin or PA hold a fraud "audit" for months. She didn't gin up her supporters to attack the Capital and stop the certification.

She never said she got "f'd" and saying she went in front of every camera she could find is a gross exaggeration. Giving her thoughts on the Russian interference does note remotely equal what Trump has done. It's not even a drop in the bucket. And trying to "yeahbut" and say they're the same is simply pathetic.
 
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So it's your contention that it really IS conceding even though she got in front of every TV camera she could for the next couple years saying she got f'd. I guess that may seem like a valid argument to some...

Stop being such a sore loser.
 

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She conceded the day after the election. The election was over at that point. The transition occurred as normal.

She didn't call any Secretaries of State and ask them to "find" her votes. She didn't file even one lawsuit much less 50. She didn't demand any recounts. She didn't encourage the state Dem Party in Wisconsin or PA hold a fraud "audit" for months. She didn't gin up her supporters to attack the Capital and stop the certification.

She never said she got "f'd" and saying she went in front of every camera she could find is a gross exaggeration. Giving her thoughts on the Russian interference does note remotely equal what Trump has done. It's not even a drop in the bucket. And trying to "yeahbut" and say they're the same is simply pathetic.
Jesus, your revisionist history is impressive. You really do believe anything. She couldn't get her face on enough tv cameras to cry fowl. Trump conceded the election as well.

From a macro level, the point of the exercise here is faith in the election process; Are you really going to try to argue that she did nothing to erode public faith in our electoral process? By crying Russia collusion for the next couple years? Are you really that ignorant or disingenuous? For reals? The evidence produced in this thread makes you look like kind of a fool here
 

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Trump conceded the election as well.
When?
From a macro level, the point of the exercise here is faith in the election process; Are you really going to try to argue that she did nothing to erode public faith in our electoral process?
A drop in the bucket to what Trump has done. Russia did meddle in various ways. They didn't change the results. I'm not aware of Hillary claiming she "really won" or anything remotely similar.
 



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When?

A drop in the bucket to what Trump has done. Russia did meddle in various ways. They didn't change the results. I'm not aware of Hillary claiming she "really won" or anything remotely similar.

The donalds trying to claim that it was anything even remotely similar to what Trump and his minions have done just tells you how far gone they are. The election broke them.
 


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When?

A drop in the bucket to what Trump has done. Russia did meddle in various ways. They didn't change the results. I'm not aware of Hillary claiming she "really won" or anything remotely similar.
What did Trump do?
 





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Report details Trump's all-out bid to undo election results​


Donald Trump's extraordinary effort to overturn his 2020 election defeat brought the Justice Department to the brink of chaos, and prompted top officials there and at the White House to threaten to resign, a Senate Judiciary Committee report found.

WASHINGTON — Donald Trump's extraordinary effort to overturn his 2020 election defeat brought the Justice Department to the brink of chaos, and prompted top officials there and at the White House to threaten to resign, a Senate Judiciary Committee report found.

The report released Thursday by the Democratic-run committee offers new insight into how the Republican incumbent tried to undo the vote and exert his will on the department, asking leaders to declare the election "corrupt" and disparaging its top official for not doing anything to overturn the results. Trump's actions led to a near-revolt at department headquarters that receded only after senior officials warned of a mass resignation, with one White House lawyer describing efforts to undo the election as a "murder-suicide pact."

"In attempting to enlist DOJ for personal, political purposes in an effort to maintain his hold on the White House, Trump grossly abused the power of the presidency" and arguably violated a federal law that prevents anyone from commanding federal employees to engage in political activity, the report says.

 

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Report details Trump's all-out bid to undo election results​


Donald Trump's extraordinary effort to overturn his 2020 election defeat brought the Justice Department to the brink of chaos, and prompted top officials there and at the White House to threaten to resign, a Senate Judiciary Committee report found.

WASHINGTON — Donald Trump's extraordinary effort to overturn his 2020 election defeat brought the Justice Department to the brink of chaos, and prompted top officials there and at the White House to threaten to resign, a Senate Judiciary Committee report found.

The report released Thursday by the Democratic-run committee offers new insight into how the Republican incumbent tried to undo the vote and exert his will on the department, asking leaders to declare the election "corrupt" and disparaging its top official for not doing anything to overturn the results. Trump's actions led to a near-revolt at department headquarters that receded only after senior officials warned of a mass resignation, with one White House lawyer describing efforts to undo the election as a "murder-suicide pact."

"In attempting to enlist DOJ for personal, political purposes in an effort to maintain his hold on the White House, Trump grossly abused the power of the presidency" and arguably violated a federal law that prevents anyone from commanding federal employees to engage in political activity, the report says.

Seems like the wingnuts here should be up in arms. I mean, what could be worse for thus nation, more damaging to democracy?

Yet, silence.
 

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Seems like the wingnuts here should be up in arms. I mean, what could be worse for thus nation, more damaging to democracy?

Yet, silence.
Dude, we stormed the capitol, caused an insurrection, and were 10 seconds from taking over the country.

We'll do anything. Why the hell would we be up in arms about that simple shit?
 

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Seems like the wingnuts here should be up in arms. I mean, what could be worse for thus nation, more damaging to democracy?

Yet, silence.
Not only silence. If he'd succeeded most would have been OK with it. And they'll vote for him again.
 




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