Tucker: Eric Adams Was Likened to Trump for Doubting Voting Results Until He Was Proven Right to Being Skeptical

‘Nothing like that had ever happened in the history of this country, at least since November in the presidential election’

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CARLSON: “Then in the afternoon, things changed dramatically. City officials released new vote tallies indicating that in fact, Adams might lose. His 12-point lead had shrunk to two points and there were still thousands of absentee ballots still outstanding. How could that happen eight days after the vote? It seemed impossible. Nothing like that had ever happened in the history of this country, at least since November in the presidential election. And Eric Adams understandably wanted to know what the hell was going on, so he asked. And in response to his question, the guardians of our democracy mocked him. Got questions about an election result? You must be Donald Trump. Rachel Maddow impersonator, Chris Hayes, accused Adams of engaging in 'corrosive big lie conspiracy theorizing.' This is some Donald Trump crap, explained some kid at Vox. 'This is the argument Trump used to declare election fraud,' said another, and so on. We could go on. We were starting to think that maybe QAnon was involved, maybe Eric Adams was staging an insurrection. And then late last night, we found out that Adams was in fact right to be skeptical.”

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