Former President Barack Obama and former failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton have begun a campaign to accuse President Trump, preemptively, of voter suppression and not accepting the results of the election.
The issue is Hillary and the Democrats including Obama have been doing just what they are accusing Trump of doing since he won the election in 2016.
According to The Hill:
At a Tuesday fundraiser with actor George Clooney, Obama named the two potential issues when asked what keeps him up at night, The New York Times reported.
In a separate event with Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker (D), Obama warned that the president has cultivated a support base that “filters out any contradictory information.”
“It’s just glued to Fox News and Breitbart and [Rush] Limbaugh and just this conservative echo chamber — and so, they’re going to turn out to vote,” he said, according to the Times.
“What he has unleashed and what he continues to try to tap into is the fears and anger and resentment of people who, in some cases, really are having a tough time and have seen their prospects, or communities where they left, declining,” the former president added.
Hillary has been pushing the same hyperbole as The Daily Wire Reports:
After Clinton’s humiliating loss in 2016 (she got crushed in the Electoral College vote, 304-227), the Democratic nominee went on an international tour to explain what happened.
For months — which turned into years — she blamed FBI Director James Comey, Russia, computer bots, WikiLeaks, Bernie Sanders, Facebook, Joe Biden, fake news, Twitter, voter ID laws, the vast right-wing conspiracy, sexism, Barack Obama, ageism, child sex pervert Anthony Weiner, white women, xenophobia, black people, the Electoral College, the Democratic National Committee, misogyny, women cowed by their husbands, and even former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani (we never could figure how out a former mayor of New York City caused Clinton to lose Wisconsin and Pennsylvania and Michigan and Florida and … you get the point).
Now the new talking point is that Trump won’t leave the White House if he loses on Nov. 3 — and Hillary’s pushing it.
Clinton appeared on the show to push mail-in ballots — and claim that Trump is trying to disenfranchise Americans. “There have been so many academic studies and other analyses, which point out that it’s just an inaccurate, fraudulent claim,” she said.
The conspiracy theory is nothing new, liberal pushed it when George W. Bush and George H.W. Bush and Republicans before that and it is likely to not only continue but get worse as November approaches.