Former President Donald Trump has taken to the social media platform Truth Social to deliver a bold message to the prosecutors who have indicted him on charges related to his questioning of the 2020 election. Trump posted a 10-minute video titled “Democrats Denying Election Results,” showcasing clips of nearly 40 prominent Democrats denying election results over the years, spanning from the election in 2000 through 2018.
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The video compilation features notable figures such as President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, all denying the results of the 2016 election based on the now-debunked Russian Collusion rumor. The video emphasizes that the Durham report, which investigated the origins of the Russian Collusion rumor, indicated that it was a hoax created by the Hillary Clinton campaign, as reported by RSBN (Right Side Broadcasting Network).
Despite this revelation, no one involved in perpetuating the Russian Collusion rumor has been subjected to investigations as extensive as those faced by President Trump in response to the contested 2020 election results. Trump’s legal team argues that if he is convicted, the principle of equal application of the law demands that these Democrats should also be held legally accountable for their involvement in the “conspiracy” and “obstruction” of the voting process.
The list of Democrats featured in the video includes prominent names like President Jimmy Carter, Rep. Jerry Nadler, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, and many others, all of whom are seen publicly denying election results during various points in the past two decades.
The contentious 2020 election saw widespread allegations of irregularities and fraud, leading to multiple legal challenges and recounts in several states. President Trump’s refusal to concede and his efforts to challenge the election results in court triggered a heated national debate and polarized the country.
Truth Social, the platform where President Trump posted the video, was launched as a competitor to mainstream social media networks, promising to promote free speech and protect conservative voices. It quickly gained traction among Trump supporters and conservatives who felt their views were suppressed on other platforms.
As the legal proceedings unfold, Trump’s message and the video compilation aim to draw attention to what his legal team perceives as a double standard in the treatment of election result denials among prominent Democrats. The former President’s indictment has been a topic of significant interest and controversy, and this latest move adds yet another layer of complexity to an already divisive issue.
As the legal battle intensifies, the nation waits to see how this message will impact the ongoing case against the 45th President of the United States. In the highly charged political atmosphere, the outcome of this case could have significant implications for the future of American democracy and the application of the law on prominent political figures.
Here’s the list of democrats who denied election results beween 2000 and 2018
Vice President Kamala Harris
President Joe Biden
President Jimmy Carter
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
Rep. Jerry Nadler
Former Rep. John Lewis
Sen. Dianne Feinstein
Biden HUD Secretary Marcia Fudge
Rep. Jamie Raskin
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee
Rep. Barbara Lee
Former DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Rep. Ted Lieu
Rep. Raul Grijalva
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre
Former DNC Chair Terry McAuliffe
Former Vice President Al Gore
Rep. Corrine Brown
Rep. Maxine Waters
Former Rep. Alcee Hastings
President Bill Clinton
Former Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson
President Barack Obama
Former Presidential candidate Jesse Jackson
Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi
Sen. Sherrod Brown
Sen. Debbie Stabenow
Rep. Danny Davis
Former Sen. Ted Kennedy
Biden Climate Czar John Kerry
Teresa Heinz (John Kerry’s wife)
Former Rep. Stephanie Tubbs
Sen. Bernie Sanders
Rep. Lacy Clay
Former DNC Chair Howard Dean
Sen. Dick Durbin
Former Sen. Harry Reid
Georgia Gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams
Sen. Corey Booker