Dems resurrect Al Gore to trash Arizona audit, make nervous appeal directly to Donald Trump

The left’s apparent panic over the imminent release of the results of an election audit in Arizona prompted a media appearance by former Vice President Al Gore.

Gore was resurrected to offer a pre-emptive attack on the preliminary report expected to be released on the audit of Arizona ballots from the 2020 election. Democrats are using the former vice president to continue to push the narrative that nothing nefarious happened in the 2020 election, and how questioning the results is particularly unpatriotic.

Accusing Republicans of “artificial insanity” in the push for the election ballot audit in Maricopa County, Gore slammed former President Donald Trump and those who are “so enthralled” by him during a CNN interview that aired Sunday, prompting critics to wonder what the left is so afraid of being exposed in the coming report.

Sounding almost nervous at times, Gore attempted to be the unqualified voice of reason in the segment as he even made a direct appeal to Trump at one point.

“I’m not sure, whatever I say to him would have any impact whatsoever,” he awkwardly laughed. “I would say, please do the right thing, acknowledge reality, stop hurting this country, stop undermining democracy…this can not go on.”

Rather than welcome an audit to guarantee that the election was fair, and that our democracy is intact, Democrats are doing everything in their power to sweep the 2020 election under the rug, and point the finger at Republicans for dividing the country.

Following the 2016 election of Donald Trump, Democrats created a plethora of theories as to how he could have possibly received more votes than Hillary Clinton, going so far as blaming Russia for “hacking” the election. For years Americans had to suffer through hearing upon hearing about the legitimacy of our president and ultimately discovered that it was our own FBI that had been tasked with trying to find dirt on the Trump campaign.

After Joe Biden had won the election without even having to campaign, millions were left wondering how a man who struggles to put words together ended up beating Trump. Not only did Joe Biden supposedly win, but he won with record turnout during a pandemic where typical voting standards were thrown out the window.

More than a decade ago, the election of 2000 was one of the closest presidential races of all time, requiring several recounts before then-Vice President Gore conceded to then-candidate George W. Bush. During his concession speech, Gore said that conceding was necessary “for the sake of our unity as a people and the strength of our democracy.” Today, he’s calling for Republicans to give up their push for ensuring fair elections going forward.

As IT specialists in Arizona are preparing to release the findings of their auditing of the 2020 election, Gore was showcased on CNN to thwart the notion that anything wrong occurred, and that questioning the results is only going to hurt the electoral process.

“The refusal of the former president to acknowledge that he lost by 7 million votes — it wasn’t close for God’s sake — and apparently a majority of his party is still so enthralled to him that they still believe that the American people did not make the judgment that they clearly made,” Gore said. “This is very damaging to our democracy.”

“We keep getting this nonsense, like this foolish exercise to bring in some ‘cyber ninja’ group in Arizona,” Gore said about the auditors looking into the validity of the results in that state. “It’s absolutely nuts… They’re putting out another kind of A.I. Artificial insanity.”

“They’re putting out messages that create an alternate reality, and people get into these echo chambers on the internet, and it’s all they hear, and they begin to believe the alternate reality,” he spouted.

The auditors are preparing to deliver their findings to the Arizona Senate this week.

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