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Political Party with Adam Smith: Denials and conspiracy theories

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It seemed like a good idea: A cordial chat with a local GOP chairman and ardent Donald Trump supporter about common ground, the future of America, and his hopes and concerns about America’s 46th president Joe Biden.

No such luck. In the latest episode of Political Party with Adam Smith, Hillsborough County Republican Chairman Jim Waurishuk insists that the presidential election was stolen, despite court ruling after court ruling dismissing such baseless claims and state recounts that confirmed Biden won those states.

Waurishuk does not even acknowledge that supporters of Donald Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol. He does not believe the thousands of hours of videos showing Trump supporters inside the Capitol, National Republican leaders and law enforcement officials confirming Trump supporters broke into the Capitol.

Instead, he claims it was mainly Antifa – federal law enforcement officials dismiss that claim too – responsible for the seige, and that there is a giant conspiracy involving law enforcement, judges, elected Republican leaders, and the media, to blame Trump.

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    Marco Lerra

    January 20, 2021at7:47 pm

    60 Trump appointed judges in Republican states decide that the voter steal lawsuits had no merit. If that’s not good enough for you then I suggest you see a doctor.

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    Chris Woodard

    January 20, 2021at6:01 pm

    You had a lot more patience with this fellow than I would. “I don’t care about evidence!” is the battle cry of the sore loser who can’t believe their foolproof plan to win came up with snake-eyes.

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    January 20, 2021at5:09 pm

    If there is evidence of fraud, I want to see it too. But there is nothing. If there was something it should have been used in the many lawsuits filed. This interview is filled with lies and serves little purpose in light that our country is moving on with new leadership.

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    Catherine Rehberg

    January 20, 2021at5:00 pm

    I agree with the interviewee, and disagree with this article – when you have boxes of ballots shipped from New York to Pennsylvania (by a postal vehicle) – and after dismissing people and in the early morning hours pulling out boxes of ballots from under tables! Not to mention the computer manipulations discovered in quite a few states. That’s just the tip of it! Hopefully Sidney Powell will uncover a lot of this and finally get the Supreme Court to read rather than just refuse to consider.

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