(PatrioticPost.com)- When it comes to the MAGA Republicans, it is vital to take the sage advice of “philosopher” Rachel Maddow-
IGNORE WHAT THEY SAY. WATCH WHAT THEY DO.
Over three hundred Make America Great Again (MAGA) candidates, who feel the 2020 election was stolen, are running for office across the United States. These races range from Congress down to local school boards. Purportedly, a source close to the MAGA campaign is now claiming that everything has been staged and that “behind closed doors,” most are aware that there is, in fact, no such thing as election fraud.
During the most recent episode of his podcast titled “Hold These Truths,” Republican Dan Crenshaw from Texas said the following about the claim that Donald Trump was defeated in the 2020 election as a result of rampant voting fraud:
“It was always a falsehood. It was a deception from the beginning until the very end. And it was a fiction designed to get folks worked up.”
An idiotic claim is that Republicans who support MAGA are currently spreading a purposeful deception to its supporters, mainly because they are confident that no one will challenge them. The fact that Crenshaw is speaking out disproves the cockamamie theory that “no one will challenge them.”
Leftists believe that MAGA is a delusional cult, and some believe that John F. Kennedy Jr. is still alive and has been hiding until now so that he might serve as Vice President of the United States under Donald Trump in 2024.
That is not what MAGA is all about.
Dan Crenshaw is still a Republican who supports increasing the number of Republicans in Congress; however, he believes it would be preferable if none of those additional Republicans were any of the 300.
Crenshaw should be mistrusted because he says one thing but acts in another.
126 House Republicans joined a brief in December 2020 that essentially urged the U.S. to assist in annulling the presidential election in the Supreme Court. Crenshaw signed on.
Republican lawmakers, representing roughly 64% of the House Republican conference, signed on to a legal filing that argued that “shenanigans” should be looked into.
Now Crenshaw says the brief was “shenanigans.”
What is the reality for this guy?