While many Americans still question the 2020 election and who supposedly won, the Democrats and liberals want nothing more than to move past that night. It is almost strange given that in Joe Biden’s first year as president, it appears his only accomplishment was supposedly beating Trump. But instead of focusing on the election, the Democrats have labeled any person who discusses or debates the night as some deranged conspiracy theorist. At least, that is what they call it when they aren’t the ones questioning the results. 

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On a recent taping on the highly liberal “The View,” co-host Ana Navarro, who is supposedly a Republican, decided to suggest that it is dangerous that many members within the GOP, and Trump himself, don’t accept the results. 

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In the video above, Navarro stated, “There’s things which I think should transcend partisanship and should transcend politics, and a breach of the U.S. Capitol, an attack on our democratic principles and institutions should be one of those things, and I really blame Republicans at the top for capitulating to Trump.” She would add, “I blame Trump for continuing this environment of lies and conspiracy theories and not accepting that he lost, and encouraging and promoting what happened, the Big Lie and what happened on Jan. 6. He bears responsibility, and it’s not just me saying this.”

The well-crafted speech by Navarro would continue for several minutes, with it leading up to her hilariously mocking her own statements. While she claimed it was dangerous not to accept the election results of 2020, she literally called into question the 2016 election. “Look, I felt – I felt that Donald Trump had not been legitimately elected. I felt he’d gotten help from the Russians, but you know what? It would have never occurred to me to make up arms against Donald Trump. That’s just not what we do in America. Our weapon of choice is voting, is democracy, it’s the ballot, and so I hope that people remember Jan. 6. You know why? You know how? By registering to vote. By making sure they know where they have to show up to vote because there are elections this year, and they are so crucial.” 

Not seeing the double standard, Navarro eventually ended her speech with none of the other hosts remotely correcting her.   

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