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No one will ever confuse Al Gore and Donald Trump for Allies.
But Al Gore reached out anyway.
And Al Gore made a personal request to Donald Trump that will leave you speechless.
As Black Eye Politics reports:
“The refusal of the former president to acknowledge that he lost by 7 million votes — it wasn’t close for God’s sake — and apparently a majority of his party is still so enthralled to him that they still believe that the American people did not make the judgment that they clearly made,” Gore said in an interview on CNN that aired Sunday. “This is very damaging to our democracy,” Gore stated.
Critics could not believe Al Gore—who contested the 2000 presidential election and nearly threw the country into a constitutional crisis—was the one complaining about Donald Trump questioning the outcome of the 2020 election.
Gore then claimed Republicans invented their own reality to claim Trump actually won and Biden’s win was fraudulent.
“We hear about AI standing for artificial intelligence. They’re putting another kind of AI out: artificial insanity,” Gore stated. “They’re putting out messages that create an alternate reality, and people get into these echo chambers on the internet, and it’s all they hear, and they begin to believe the alternate reality.”
Gore also comes across as an odd messenger for attacking the other party for living in an alternate reality.
After losing the 2000 election Gore got into the business of global warming alarmism.
Gore made award-winning movies hyping up apocalyptic predictions about the effects of global warming that never came to pass.
Despite spending two decades being nothing but consistently wrong, Gore is still heralded as someone with scientific credulity and who “lives in reality.”
Gore’s comments about Republicans refusing to acknowledge the reality of the 2020 election came off as hypocritical because Democrats contested the 2000, 2004, and 2016 elections won by Republicans as illegitimate.
Democrats argued the Supreme Court stole the 2000 election for George Bush.
In 2004 Democrats promoted the deranged conspiracy theory that Diebold voting machines in Ohio rigged the pivotal state against John Kerry.
And finally, the Democrats falsely claimed Donald Trump was an illegitimate president because Russian President Vladimir Putin hijacked the election.
Democrats haven’t accepted the outcome of a presidential election their nominee lost since 1988.
That’s why many on the right dismiss claims by Democrats and their allies in the corporate media that Donald Trump and his allies threaten democracy with their claims of voter fraud in the 2020 election.
The defenders of democratic norms had nothing to say when it was Democrats alleging the outcome of the election was tainted.