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Water Under The Bridge?

Mark Meadows, Trump's Chief of Staff during his insurrection phase, was harassing the Acting AG (following Barr's "retirement"), with requests to investigate election fraud complaints-- among them that Italy had deployed technology that somehow switched votes from Trump to Joe Biden.

And that's typical of the proof Trump supporters think they have, for an election fraud case.

Meadows is no stranger to fabrications. His bio included a BA Degree that he never received (finished part of his Freshman year at that school), but what about the majority of the GOP that still believe in election fraud, based on these ridiculous accusations?

Trump is on the campaign trail, pushing these accusations. He's still around, and I don't think now is the time to ignore him, or his minions.
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Carla · 61-69, F
As long as he has adoring fans, no matter how dwindling, he will be around. It's his income now. He has prepaid attorneys fees to concern himself with.
And the minions are yearning for a frenzy. You can tell by their need for conflict.
The problem is, they thrive on being called idiots and criticized.

I'm not saying ignore them, but persecuting them feeds the toxic atmosphere they flourish in.
Northwest · M
[@479686,MistyCee] Do nothing? We've been down this road.
[@9416,Northwest] I guess pick your battles is all I'm saying.

The other thing is, why is Italy so absurd compared to, say, looking for bamboo fibers?

I don't think they're as concerned about the truth as they are about having an endless stream of villains to worry about, and I'm sure their leaders are focused on the constant paranoid distractions from their own conduct.

Sighs. The individual conspiracies seem to be disposable anyway.

I keep hoping to see more signs that Trumpists are adding up the lies and misinformation they've been fed, but they don't seem to be able to hunt or forage on their own.

Reminds me of handfed bears really. They're dangerous as hell, but once they're conditioned and have learned to eat food from humans, there may not be much of a solution in terms of just relocating them.
Northwest · M
[@479686,MistyCee] Incidentally, a Swiss woman, who lives in Washington State, was put on trial this week, for feeding bears in her neighborhood. Obviously not her first offense, and I believe the first case brought to trial in the state, where it's illegal to intentionally or accidentally feed bears.

Years ago, a couple of bears snuck into my back yard (Canada), and used the hot tub.
[@9416,Northwest] Yeah, I just saw a story where someone was feeding a bear in Smokey Mountains National Park.

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