I think they both went a bit overboard in their response, however, I'm somewhat hesitant to criticize them too much for it because it was the moderators who posed the question and they answered it. Now my opinion would be quite different if the question was not posed and they still chose to bring it up, THAT I would have a problem with. I wish they would have just said, in summary, yea I still believe it was stolen but that's now in my rear-view mirror and we work with the President we have. To me it's not really an issue of whether or not they still believe it, rather, whether or not they choose to keep bringing it up rather than just moving forward and starting fresh as a newly elected U.S. Senator.
If the election of the president of the United States was actually stolen you think we should all just go ahead and live under the criminal that stole from us our very values and the reason our country is what it is?
That is F'ing nuts. 100% nuts. Some of us put our lives on the line for this country and what we hold as truth. I would die before I would just go, "Meh, I guess we aren't a democratic republic anymore but, hey, everything seems kinda OK for now so let's just go with it."
Any rational person by this point knows it was a stunt on the part of Trump. If real Americans actually thought that this was a massive conspiracy to destroy our republic by placing an unelected official in our highest office they should be fighting in the streets. But, they aren't because this is a silly game. Nobody believes this. It is just a stupid badge of honor among nutcases to say it. Don't elect nutcases.
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