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Re: Why hasn't there been more outrage about a member of congress promoting 2004 election conspiracies?

Posted by Spider-Pig on Thu Jun 30 10:37:29 2022, in response to Re: Why hasn't there been more outrage about a member of congress promoting 2004 election conspiracies?, posted by DaNd124 on Thu Jun 30 10:32:43 2022.

Biden had not previously been nominated for president, so itís not the same. The equivalent would be to say that Warren Burger, Harry Blackmun, William Rehnquist and Lewis Powell were appointed by a president who lost the popular vote, as Nixon ostensibly did in 1960.

The difference is that Nixon had to eventually win the popular vote to ascend to the presidency, Bush didnít. Itís a legitimate, but weak, argument to say that Bush wouldnít have been the president in 2005 but for his ďtaintedĒ victory in 2000.

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