Editorial: Bost and Wagner drink the QAnon Kool-Aid in challenge to presidential vote


Yet they keep trying, now aided by members of Congress whose judgment, if not sanity, is in serious doubt. St. Clair County, by far the most populous part of Bost’s 12th District, also favored Biden. Even though Wagner’s 2nd District supported her by a 6.5% margin, the most populous areas of her district also voted against Trump. Did corrupt vote counters somehow manage to count Bost’s and Wagner’s votes correctly but somehow manipulate the result to carry out this vast, secret national conspiracy against Trump?

To his credit, Illinois Rep. Rodney Davis, R-Taylorville, did not sign onto the amicus brief — a testament to his good judgment.

Hours after Paxton filed his lawsuit Thursday, he reportedly was targeted with an FBI subpoena amid ongoing investigations of bribery and abuse of office. He’s hardly the most credible figure any Republican should want to align with. Paxton’s lawsuit asserted that Texas should have the right to challenge other states’ election administration. Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt, taking time out from a lawsuit to bring China to its knees, has doubled down on silly by supporting Paxton’s lawsuit, too.

Region: Metro East,Editorial,Opinion,City: St. Louis, MO

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December 12, 2020 at 12:53PM

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