Appearing on MSNBC, Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson, who has also served as one of the paper’s associate editors, described President Trump and Republicans who are questioning the election as “the serial killer … inside the House and inside the Senate and inside the House of the United States.”
Speaking of Trump and the GOP legislators who have joined in an effort to question the integrity of the voting process, Robinson said:
Here we are talking about the fundamental act of our democracy, which is accepting the results of a free and fair election and conducting the peaceful transfer of power from one faction to the other faction. That’s what was first done in 1801; it’s what’s been done ever since and that is really the fundamental act of our democracy. It’s the most important act. Without it you don’t have a democracy and you certainly are soiling and potentially shredding the Constitution.
But it’s all for political