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Anderson Cooper Disproves Trump’s Outrageous Claims Of Electoral Fraud In Florida

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President Donald Trump has, in recent days, been displaying that most common of traits among unintelligent, juvenile people who don’t get exactly what they want: having a tantrum and blaming everyone and everything except for themselves.

In this case, in the midterm elections, the Republicans lost control of the House of Representatives. More specifically, and more pertinently (now that more than a week has passed since Election Day) various close races in Florida remain without a confirmed victor.

Republicans are fighting Democrats in the courts over various technicalities as chaos rages surrounding the electoral processes there. Unsurprisingly, the Democrats want all the votes to be counted whereas the GOP, who are marginally ahead in the key races, think it would probably be better if we just gave up on the counting at this point, and to hell with democracy.

Trump, clearly, agrees with that view. As with all the evils in the world, this is obviously an establishment stitch-up by nasty Democrats and the sleazy Fake News Media to try to deny the GOP the political power that is rightfully theirs.

Mercifully, not everyone falls for this garbage, and there are some people who actually prefer to pay attention to the facts and call it like they see it. One of those people is CNN anchor Anderson Cooper. Here at Blue Side Nation, we have reported how familiar faces on CNN have provided a helpful antidote to Trump’s nonsense many times before, from Brian Stetler to Don Lemon.

Now, CNN are suing the White House over their outrageous conduct towards Jim Acosta at the press conference following the release of the results of the midterm elections. Perhaps spurred on by a sense of loyalty and righteousness, anchor Anderson Cooper went on live TV and laid into Trump’s laughable claims of widespread electoral fraud in Florida, laying the facts bare for all to see and calling the President out on his insane allegations.

Speaking to the Daily Caller earlier in the day, Trump laid out his entirely unsubstantiated allegations about the elections:

“The Republicans don’t win and that’s because of potentially illegal votes. When people get in line that have absolutely no right to vote and they go around in circles. Sometimes they go to their car, put in a different hat, put on a different shirt, come in and vote again.”

It beggars belief that anybody could genuinely believe this tosh, let alone the President of the United States. If you haven’t already, I thoroughly recommend you watch Anderson Cooper calmly dismantle the imbecilic arguments. Hopefully, Trump will see it too, though that seems unlikely.


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