G. McConway
August 29, 2023

Before There Was Trump, Gore and Clinton Wrote the Game Plan

Democrats love to tag us as election deniers, especially former President Trump.

Yet, denying election results is something that Democrats do every time they lose.

What did Al Gore do when he lost to Bush? For that matter, what about the narrative Hillary and many of her fellow Democrats pushed after she lost to Trump?

Say what you want, but Trump is only using the game plan these people put in place.

Deny, Deny, Deny

On November 24, 2000. ABC News reported, “Lawyers for Democrat Al Gore said Thursday the vice president will contest the close presidential election results in at least one Florida county, and that he will not concede the election, even after the final state vote tally is certified on Sunday.”

Does that sound familiar to anyone?

On September 26, 2019, The Washington Post reported, “Hillary Clinton dismissed President Trump as an ‘illegitimate president’ and suggested that ‘he knows’ that he stole the 2016 presidential election in a CBS News interview to be aired Sunday.”

The report went on to quote Hillary, who stated, “No, it doesn’t kill me because he knows he’s an illegitimate president.

“I believe he understands that the many varying tactics they used, from voter suppression and voter purging to hacking to the false stories — he knows that — there were just a bunch of different reasons why the election turned out like it did.”

These are just two examples, but there are dozens by various Democrats who all pushed the idea that an election they lost was rigged or stolen.

The media embraced all these claims, as you can see, but Trump is now in danger of going to jail for the very same thing.

The irony and hypocrisy are both apparent when you hear both Gore and Clinton discussing Trump’s protest over the 2020 election. Trump is literally only using a playbook for election denial that they wrote.

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