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Fools and Nobody’s Fools
« on: November 18, 2020, 11:19:14 AM »
Fools and Nobody’s Fools

Until now, Trump Derangement Syndrome could be dismissed as the cries of impotent rage by sore losers of a fair election. Now we’re hearing the vengeful howls of people who no longer feel impotent.

By Bruce Bawer
November 17, 2020

Last weekend, it was the American people’s turn to announce they are nobody’s fools. 

On Saturday and then again on Sunday, ordinary citizens from all over the United States gathered in Washington, D.C. to demonstrate, in both senses of the word. They demonstrated against the Democrats’ theft of the presidential election from Donald Trump. And they demonstrated that tens of millions of Americans know very well that the election was stolen.

Ice-road truckers in Alaska know it was stolen. Pineapple farmers on Molokai know it was stolen. I wouldn’t be surprised, if I were backpacking in Papua New Guinea or rafting up the Amazon or climbing some Himalayan mountain in Nepal, to encounter a remote tribe whose first question would be: “How are the recounts going?”

The triumph here is that the news about the election theft has been disseminated in spite of the best efforts of the Democratic Party and mainstream media to quash it. Of course, the treason of the Democrats, and the staggering perfidy of the press, have been twin hallmarks of the Trump era.

Still, nothing, not even the media-abetted bid by Barack Obama and company to bring down Trump’s presidency, could quite have prepared us for this historically brazen attempt to steal it—and then lie about it.

Not only are the media lying about the steal, they’re smearing the people who are doing the job they should be doing. They’re casting Rudy Giuliani, who accomplished more real positive change in the lives of more American citizens than perhaps any politician in my lifetime, as some kind of nut. They’d have you believe that Victor Davis Hanson, a classicist of incomparable learning, wisdom, and accomplishment, is some kind of clown.

Meanwhile, they expect us to take seriously the pontifications of idiots whose only achievements are collecting paychecks from AT&T (owner of CNN) or Comcast (owner of NBC) to stare into a camera and pretend to be knowledgeable.

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