President Donald Trump and 18 others have been indicted on charges in Georgia for allegedly challenging the 2020 election results. Far-left prosecutors in the case accuse Trump and his aides of running a “criminal enterprise.”
A look back at previous elections shows that top Democrats have publicly denied election results at least 150 times, including Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, Maxine Water, Stacey Abrams, and many others.
The reports show that every single Democrat president since 1977 has questioned the legitimacy of U.S. elections, according to the Republican National Committee. (Poll: Do You Stand With Trump? VOTE)
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Biden even claimed Trump was an “illegitimate president” in May 2019. Biden also claimed that Al Gore really won the 2000 presidential election.
Similarly, Hillary Clinton said she would not “rule out” questioning the legitimacy of the 2016 election in September 2017. “We still don’t really know what happened,” Clinton said in October 2020, referring to claims that the 2016 presidential election was not legitimate.
However, there were no criminal indictments when Democrats have repeatedly denied and meddled in questions surround the possibility of voter fraud in elections. (Trending: Tucker Carlson’s Newest Episode Is Causing Quite a Stir)
67 Democrats boycotted Trump’s inauguration and many claimed his victory was not legitimate.
In Georgia, where Trump is being prosecuted, Stacey Abrams consistently claimed her election was stolen.
In support of Abrams, Hillary Clinton said Abrams “would have won” Georgia’s gubernatorial race “if she had a fair election.”
Clinton claimed Abrams was “deprived of the votes [she] otherwise would have gotten.”
In Georgia, the 100-page indictment against Trump accuses him of “beseeching Georgia’s Republican secretary of state to find enough votes for him to win the battleground state; harassing an election worker who faced false claims of fraud; and attempting to persuade Georgia lawmakers to ignore the will of voters and appoint a new slate of electoral college electors favorable to Trump.”