[Ed. – We stopped reading after the author stated the ‘fact’ that Donald Trump ‘urged his followers to assault the Capitol.’]
Sometimes, and much to our detriment, we find real events are simply too outlandish to take seriously.
Many professional Republicans, for example, initially dismissed the movement to “Stop the Steal” as a ridiculous stunt.
“What is the downside for humoring him for this little bit of time? No one seriously thinks the results will change,” an anonymous senior Republican official told The Washington Post a few days after Joe Biden claimed victory:
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He went golfing this weekend. It’s not like he’s plotting how to prevent Joe Biden from taking power on Jan. 20. He’s tweeting about filing some lawsuits, those lawsuits will fail, then he’ll tweet some more about how the election was stolen, and then he’ll leave.
Republicans went ahead and humored the president, who then urged his followers to assault the Capitol and try to void the election results in his favor.