Judge Says Al Gore Took Election Defeat Like ‘A Man,’ Unlike Donald Trump

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The former president’s ongoing lies about vote fraud came to the fore when a judge criticized the gullibility of a Trump supporter who was involved in a Capitol riot on January 6.

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A federal judge took a dig at the former president Donald Trump Former Democratic presidential candidate says Monday to continue lying about his 2020 election loss al Gore He took his 2000 election defeat as “a man”.

“Al Gore had a better case to argue than Mr Trump, but that was a man that happened to her, He accepted it and left,” said Judge Reggie Walton in the US District Court for the District of Columbia CNN report good.

Walton was referring to Gore’s decision to accept the 2000 race against Republican George W. Bush, a legal battle centered on an extremely tight race in Florida and a U.S. Supreme Court decision, Which stopped a complete recalculation there. was gore won the popular vote in the nation (as done) Hillary Clinton in 2016), but he challenged the Electoral College vote based on Florida’s recounting.

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Walton took a dig at Trump during a hearing in the US Capitol riot case against Adam Johnson, 36. The House speaker, a Florida resident, was seen carrying happily. Nancy PelosicLecture swiped around the Capitol on January 6 in a photo widely distributed by the media.

The judge told Johnson: “Sir, what worries me is that you were gullible enough to come from Florida to Washington, D.C. on the basis of a lie – and The person who inspired you to do what you do is still making the same statement, My concern is that you are gullible enough to do it again.”

A supporter of Donald Trump, later identified as Adam Johnson from Florida, smiles and waved to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s lecture inside the US Capitol during the January 6 riots.
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Johnson said he took responsibility for what he did at the Capitol, adding that he had a “tough few years” and that he “caught in the moment,” the Sarasota Herald Tribune reported.

He pleaded guilty to a charge of entering and living in a restricted building or grounds, and could face up to six months in prison if sentenced.

Two other charges against Johnson was removed as part of his guilty plea,


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