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If trump indeed is simply the victim of false accusations due to election interference, he should be eager to prove in in court.

Betcha he won't
His "stop the steal" campaign raised a TON of money!

[quote]Former U.S. President Donald Trump raised $250 million in donations in the weeks after the November 2020 presidential election for an organization ostensibly intended to fund court challenges in support of his false claims that the election was fraudulent. [/quote]

With $250 million, he could have opened a big website and filled it full of evidence of election fraud; made traveling exhibits and sent them around the country; put out lots of explanatory videos proving his claims, etc etc.

But he did nothing of the sort. Around $10 million went to the first 61 court challenges, but it's still a big question where most of that $250 million ended up.
@ElwoodBlues Either in his belly or up his nose.
Renaci · 36-40
If Trump is indeed just a massive victim of multiple conspiracies then that should disqualify him from running as he is too blatantly incompetent to hold off what every other president has successfully held off throughout history. If he is the only one that fell victim to these evil forces then he is a loser. We can't have a weak loser that keeps getting attacked because they are too stupid not to be a victim. Looooooser.
No, of course not. The same way Trump shouldn’t have had a problem with the former Twitter fact-checking his pronouncements; wouldn’t they have [b]proven[/b] he was telling the truth ?
Longpatrol · 31-35, M
Yes but to him the courts are rigged. How do you prove a negative?
jackieash · 26-30
@Longpatrol Surely, it is up to him to prove the courts are rigged. After all, it is his accusation, so put his money where his mouth is....
Longpatrol · 31-35, M
@jackieash He loses the court remains rigged to the supporters, he wins the courts are not rigged [i]this[/i] time but it is rigged elsewhere. There's no winning with that premise

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