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When they are presented with verifiable objective evidence and still choose to believe absurdities which the evidence entirely contradicts, I have no other choice but to believe they're stupid. Stupid or -- perhaps -- lying. Stupid and evil, moreover, are not mutually exclusive possibilities.

Seems that loads of these folks are "intentionally stupid". For many, it all began in January, 2016, when they were watching the press room briefing and heard Sean Spicer say "President Trump's inauguration crowd was the biggest ever... Period!"

They'd seen the comparison photos. They knew it was a lie.... but still....President Trump would never lie to them, so it must be true......

So now we're four and a half years further down the road. President Trump (he's still president) tells the truth. He won the election. There was no Russian collusion. There were some fine Nazis in Charlottesville, the "plandemic" is a Democrat/Communist hoax and hydroxychloroquine and ivermectin are miracle cures for COVID.

Though ivermectin was never directly touted by Trump, those in his orbit have pumped it... and Trump's truthtelling rubs off on those in his immediate orbit..... that is, until they fail to worship him.... then, everything they say is a lie.
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