- Oct 18, 2011
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Coming from the side that spent Day 1 of the 45th President's Inauguration conjuring up a conspiracy that he worked with Russia to influence US elections, it is laughable to listen to any lectures on conspiracy theories.Top Republicans around the country look the other way, mumble and offer vague platitudes when asked about the 2020 election.
They allow themselves to be complicit in wild conspiracy theories about secret ballots and Democrats switching votes.
They refuse to give Biden the courtesy of being called President Elect.
Are they that afraid of upsetting a deranged madman who will lose his office in six weeks?
For all the people who predicted that the Republican fever would break the instant it was clear that Donald Trump had lost the presidency to Joe Biden, let me present you with this exchange between CNN's Alisyn Camerota and Delaware Sen. Chris Coons on CNN Tuesday morning (bolding is mine):www.cnn.com