If the Democrats aren’t careful, they will soon find themselves lumped in with Alex Jones, Bill Cooper, and the rest of the tinfoil hat-wearing conspiracy theorists who exist at the fringes of our society.
The left has consistently attempted to plant the seeds of wild, unkempt conspiracies when it comes to Donald Trump, purely out of desperation. They’ve never dealt with a politician quite like this and, on account of that, they’ve turned to the absurd to attempt to delegitimize The Donald.
The largest and most well-known of these cockamamy concoctions came under the guise of the “RussiaGate” ruse, in which they spent tens of millions of dollars and tens of thousands of hours trying to convince America that Trump was some sort of double agent working for The Kremlin.
Their latest insidious intimation may be just as dastardly, especially with political tensions running so high here in America.
President Donald Trump has no intention of “peacefully” transferring power if he loses the November election, according to House Majority Whip James Clyburn.
Trump, who floated the idea of delaying the vote last week over fraud concerns, neither plans to leave the White House nor hold “fair and unfettered elections,” the Democratic Representative from South Carolina said Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union.”
“I believe that he plans to install himself in some kind of emergency way to continue to hold onto office,” Clyburn said. “And that’s why the American people had better wake up.”
There has been no evidence provided to back up Clyburn’s claims, but that hasn’t stopped other Democrats from jumping on board and sounding this phony alarm as well.
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