Professor Lawrence Tribe was not kind to Ken Starr, another Trump enabler. He called what Starr, Trump, and the enablers are doing BS.
Professor Lawrence Tribe calls out Ken Starr for his “BS.”
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Harvard law professor Lawrence Tribe did not mince his words. He explained why the foundation of voter-fraud accusations are a fraud on the American people.
How can it be voter fraud when the same people who voted Trump out by voting Biden in many times then chose Republicans down the ballot. Would the enabling Republicans call that fraud as well?
Ken Starr attempted to make the case one similar to Bush vs. Gore but failed miserably. He also claimed that the lawsuit process should go through since many Americans are feeling disenfranchised.
Ken Star failed to point out that some Americans feel disenfranchised because Trump, his enablers, and sycophants have misinformed and lied to their supporters about mail-in ballots as suspicious voting.
Ken Starr alluded to a dangerous premise, even if said mildly. He implies that the election should be left in the courts’ hands, a system packed with many incompetent Trump-appointed judges. It is the foundation of the minority rule the Republican Party is seeking, as explained here.
Lawrence Tribe had the winning message in response to Ken Starr. I wish more people did this on air.
“What he [Ken Starr] has been saying gives new meaning to,” Tribe said. “Dear, I say it, BS. There is nothing in any of these lawsuits.”
Professor Tribe said rightly that over 160 million Americans have spoken. Enough said.
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