Democrats are accusing Republicans of being a danger to America for not accepting election results, which is pretty funny if you remember anything from recent history.
Democrats spent four years trying to overturn the results of the 2016 election and before that, they denied the results of the 2000 election.
Just this weekend, Rep. Jamie Raskin of Maryland went on MSNBC and called Republicans a threat.
The Hill reported:
Raskin says Biden ‘right to sound the alarm’ on GOP threats to democracy
Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) said on Sunday that President Biden was “right to sound the alarm” about former President Trump and the MAGA wing of the Republican Party.
“Two of the hallmarks of a fascist political party are, one, they don’t accept the results of elections that don’t go their way. And two, they embrace political violence,” Raskin told moderator Major Garrett on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”
“And I think that’s why President Biden was right to sound the alarm … about these continuing attacks on our constitutional order from the outside by Donald Trump and his movement.”
Raskin, a member of the House select committee investigating the Capitol insurrection, also said that Trump’s suggestion that the 2020 election be “rerun” is “totally outside of the Constitution,” adding that more than 60 courts have rejected Trump’s claims of election fraud.
Raskin didn’t always feel this way. Back in 2003 he sounded pretty convinced that the 200 election was stolen from Al Gore.
This is what he said, via Twitchy:
“The court has been thwarting formation of the popular will, the most spectacular example being Bush versus Gore, where the majority, by a 5-4 vote, enjoined the counting of more than 100,000 ballots in Florida and essentially gave America its first court-appointed president.”
— max (@MaxNordau) September 5, 2022
Here’s a bunch of Democrats denying election results:
Here is ten straight minutes of Democrats denying election results.pic.twitter.com/bJRbzEcIO2
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) September 4, 2022
Do Democrats think no one remembers any of this?