Important to answer this so will do a small thread

1) I believe that voter fraud in quantities necessary to affect the election may have occured - I’ve studied all the evidence

2) Any conclusive evidence can only be obtained via an investigation

3) Trump mounted the worst legal challenge ever. He listened to the Kraken people. He should of been listening to @barnes_law and @Peoples_Pundit who understand election law/patterns

A focused campaign to push for greater scrutiny of absentee ballots was the was to ho

3) Hence there wasn’t any definitive evidence to use. My analysis of Pennsylvania made it to the “Life, Liberty & Levine” show! You can’t accuse me of not looking for the data

4) You might believe that you sure that fraud determined the outcome, but nobody knows for sure

5) It would be wrong to force Trump through congress and thereby disenfranchise voters without sufficient evidence

6) It would set a precedent whereby Democrats could create scenarios of voter fraud and challenge every election!

The electoral college would cease to function

7) It was a misguided and short sighted strategy which would harms Republicans long-term...the Electoral College is important

Precedents matter

8) To continue and try to convince your supporters that Jan 6th offered any relief was always science fiction

Interpretations of the constitution are a dime a dozen

Give me 10 lawyers and I’ll give you 10 different interpretations of any constitutional statute

9) Trump should not have pushed this nonsense notion that that Jan 6th was the crucial day

10) This doesn’t mean Trump deserves all the blame

Nobody anticipated the events of September 6th

EVERYBODY ignored the possibility of this happening, including security forces

Unfortunately something bad happened, mostly driven by far right extremists

11) Why is Trump partially to blame?

Because in politics, words have consequences

Politically, you are judged by your rhetoric

Inadvertently, his rhetoric led to the storming of the Capital

Politicians are politically responsible for the words that come out of their mouth

12) Trump made a miscalculation. The ensuing events were catastrophic for him.

His most loyal supporters’s behaviot made him a pariah

13) Was he legally responsible? No

Was he politically responsible? Yes, somewhat

14) To come full circle, @DanCrenshawTX is 100% correct in his position

Trump deserves some blame because of the final outcome

But he does not deserve all the blame

He did not want Sept 6th

Also, there are still legitimate, outstanding concerns about election integrity


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The GA Senate race was lost because some Trumpists rejected the GOP

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