The Democrats have desperately been trying as of late to label Republicans as “fascists,” pointing to a refusal to accept the results of the 2020 election as proof – but when questioned about their own history of election denial, the Dems simply have no answer.
With midterms approaching, Biden and company have more aggressively been trying to slander “MAGA Republicans,” suggesting that even daring to question the results of the 2020 presidential election – which was FILLED with irregularities in multiple states– is a sign of “fascism.”
And armed with that, the only reporter who bothers asking any kind of challenging questions to the Biden regime, Fox News’ correspondent Peter Doocy, confronted White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre over claims she herself made in the past that the 2016 election was “stolen,” obliterating the administration’s argument that this made Republicans fascist.
Doocy questioned whether the president’s remarks about election doubters also apply to Democrats who falsely claimed the 2016 election was rigged by Russia in favor of Trump. “If we’re all in agreement that it is incorrect to say the 2020 election was stolen, what about the 2016 election?” Doocy asked.
Jean-Pierre dodged the question, claiming history is irrelevant when it doesn’t suit their agenda.
“Look, I’m not going to go back to where we were or what happened in 2016. We’re going to focus on the here and now, we’re going to focus on what’s happening today,” she replied.
Doocy pressed on, however, asking Jean-Pierre about her own statements. In December 2016, she tweeted, “Stolen emails, stolen drone, stolen election. … welcome to the world of #unpresidented Trump.”
In 2019 she did it again, denying that Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) was the legitimate winner of the gubernatorial election against Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams, who alleged Republicans cheated with voter suppression and did not concede the race.
“Yes – the race was stolen,” Jean-Pierre tweeted in response to someone who called the 2018 contest a “stolen election.” She later said in April 2020 that Kemp “stole the gubernatorial election from Georgians and Stacey Abrams.”
“With the new attention on the ‘MAGA Republicans,’ you tweeted in 2016, ‘Trump stole an election,'” Doocy said.
“Oh, I knew this was coming,” Jean-Pierre interrupted while laughing. “I was waiting, Peter, when you were going to ask me that question.”
“Well, great, here we go,” Doocy said. “You tweeted Trump stole an election. You tweeted Brian Kemp stole an election. If denying election results is extreme now, why wasn’t it then?”
“So let’s be really clear, that comparison that you made is just ridiculous,” Jean-Pierre responded.
“I was talking specifically at that time of what was happening with voting rights and what was in danger of voting rights. That’s what I was speaking to at the time,” she claimed. “And here’s the thing: I have said, Governor Kemp won the election in Georgia. I’ve been clear about that. I have said President Trump won the election of 2016, and I have been clear about that.”
JP then went on to use the false flag January 6 event to argue that there is a big difference because Republicans supposedly launched an “attack on our democracy,” using the Democrats’ favorite new buzzwords.
“So yes, when you have MAGA Republicans, an extreme part of Republicans who just deny or do not want to really say what exactly happened on that day, or say it was a protest when it clearly was not a peaceful protest, that’s not what we saw on that day, yes the president is going to call that out.”
If either of the two main parties has embraced fascism, it’s most certainly the Democrats, and President Biden has proven that time and time again with his divisive rhetoric used to demonize his GOP opponents and their supporters.