I live in AZ with my wife and down the street from my mom and brother.  For nearly a year solid this guy has been bombarding our state with baseless claims, and just when we think his fans will quiet down, he starts it up all over again.  We voted.  We counted.  We audited.  We audited again.  We audited using a partial party, whose job was, according to their own words, to find the fraud.

They found no fraud.  He simply can’t accept that more people in the state of Arizona cast their ballots for Joe Biden than him.  It will haunt him forever.  But everytime he stors up garbage, it brings out the Wendy Rogers and Suzanne Sharers of the world, which brings out the extremists, which make my trips to Fry’s for groceries very uncomfortable.  Mediate has the story-

Trump is now glomming onto claims of election fraud in Pima County, declaring falsely once again that “the election was Rigged and Stolen from the Republican Party in 2020, and in particular, its Presidential Candidate.”

He claimed that the Justice Department had this information since last November and didn’t act. You may remember that in December, Attorney General Bill Barr unequivocally stated, “To date, we have not seen fraud on a scale that could have affected a different outcome in the election.”

Trump concluded his statement by declaring, “Either a new Election should immediately take place or the past Election should be decertified and the Republican candidate declared the winner.”

A couple of things stand apart from the rest of the statement here.  1.  This is the first I have heard anything about Pima County.  2.  He refers to himself in a bizarre fashion, in the third person, as “the Republican candidate.” 

That is you, dumbass.  You were the Republican candidate.  You won’t let us forget.  You have only held this country as an emotional hostage since Pennsylvania put the pin in your electoral balloon.  So I don’t quite know what his obsession with Arizona is.  If he won Arizona, President Biden would have had 296 electoral votes.  That is still enough. 

My theory is that it is the late Senator John McCain.  He despised McCain, and the feeling was mutual, and I think he feels personally slighted by the entire state, as narcissists often display misdirected anger.  

Whatever it is I am tired of it.  Joe. Won.  He won again.  And then he won again.  He just keeps winning.  Maybe that is why Trump refers to himself as the Republican candidate.  Because that guy lost, not him.

The Republican candidate, what a loser.

Sad!

-ROC

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