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2016 Election Tag

A new poll from Rasmussen Reports has found that most Democrats still believe the 2016 election was stolen from Hillary and that Trump only won because of interference from Russia. Any time that Trump or anyone else questions the outcome of the 2020 election, Democrats and the media call them conspiracy theorists promoting "the Big Lie."

There's been a lot of noise surrounding Dr. Robert Epstein's research that suggested that Google manipulated a "rock bottom" minimum of 2.6 million votes toward twice failed Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in 2016. President Trump tweeted about it, the leftstream media went into "fact check" meltdown mode, and Democrats, including Clinton herself, parroted Google's claim that Epstein's report was "debunked."

My initial reaction to Robert Mueller's congressional appearance was one of pity. He was a pathetic character on the stage, seemingly bewildered at times, mentally frail, and vulnerable as a witness. What a way to end a career and to be remembered by friend and foe alike.

I've written many times about "The Flight 93 Election," the September 5, 2016, article in the Claremont Review of Books, by Michael Anton, writing at the time under the pseudonym Publius Decius Mus. The thrust of the concept of the Flight 93 Election was that whatever Trump's faults, the alternative was definitively and certainly worse: