This is by far the most despicable, insane, un-American, and morally repugnant press conference that has been put on by a president in my lifetime, including all of Trump's previous grotesqueries.— Tim Miller (@Timodc) November 19, 2020
This is the most important legal point about all of these lawsuits:— Steve Vladeck (@steve_vladeck) November 19, 2020
What you’re hearing from the crazy people on TV is very different from what the crazy people are *alleging* in court — and it’s the *latter* that matters if these suits are anything other than political stunts. https://t.co/EQdAnnuYxN
"I've got evidence! I'VE GOT EVIDENCE!"
There are people in the GOP with the power to stop all this, and they're choosing not to. https://t.co/fs8qJQB9us— Christopher Ingraham (@_cingraham) November 19, 2020
Don’t know how many ways I can put this but the “expert” behind the Dominion conspiracy theory is the guy who runs 8chan/8kun, has no experience with voting machines, and said he was leaving 8kun on Election Day with no replacement to focus on woodworking. https://t.co/nsG4Ebb22b— Ben Collins (@oneunderscore__) November 19, 2020
I have in mind almost every GOP public officeholder at the moment.
Trump is lazy and incompetent. Even if he weren’t, he’s only one man. None of the damage he’s done would have been possible, none that he’s now doing would be possible, without his enablers. They share the responsibility. They share the guilt. They ought to share the opprobrium.— Bill Kristol (@BillKristol) November 19, 2020
The Michigan Senate leader who received Trump’s invitation, Mike Shirkey, one of the top Republican elected officials, said in an interview earlier this week that thr Legislature would not move to appoint its own electors. https://t.co/xO2tTK7Ug6— Patrick LaForge (@palafo) November 19, 2020
Well, that was fun.— Charles P. Pierce (@CharlesPPierce) November 19, 2020
Does anyone know where I left reality?