The Democrats and their followers often claimed that when it came to former President Donald Trump, he would do whatever was necessary to win. Since he won the 2016 Presidential election, countless accusations have been made against him. And that doesn’t even count the investigations into his past and business dealings. When looking at Donald Trump is considered to be one of the most investigated presidents in history. But on Wednesday, a liberal podcaster, Sam Harris, explained how Twitter’s censorship of the Hunter Biden laptop story ahead of the 2020 Election was necessary to beat… Trump.
That’s right, while complaining about Donald Trump and the tricks he supposedly uses to win. Sam Harris divulged on the Triggernometry podcast, “At that point, Hunter Biden could have literally had the corpses of children in his basement. I would not have cared. Whatever the scope of Joe Biden’s corruption is, if we can just go down that rabbit hole endlessly and understand that he’s getting kickbacks from Hunter Biden’s deals in Ukraine, or wherever else, or China, it is infinitesimal compared to the corruption we know Trump is involved in.”
The podcaster didn’t stop there with his rant, adding, “It’s like a firefly to the sun. It doesn’t even stack up against Trump University, right? Trump University as a story is worse than anything that can be in Hunter Biden’s laptop. Now, that doesn’t answer the people who say it’s still completely unfair to not have looked at the laptop in a timely way and to have shut down the New York Post’s Twitter account. That’s a left-wing conspiracy to deny the presidency to Donald Trump – absolutely it was, absolutely. But I think it was warranted.”
Stunned, like many viewers, one of the hosts, Konstantin Kisin, asked, “You’re content with a conspiracy to prevent somebody being democratically elected?”
Again, Sam Harris reiterated, “It was a conspiracy out in the open, but it doesn’t matter what part is conspiracy, what part is out in the open. We’re gonna get four more years of Trump if we actually give this a fair hearing” of Hunter’s laptop and compared the work to prevent Trump from winning again to trying to stop “an asteroid hurdling toward earth.”
After the podcast, Sam Harris defended his actions on Twitter, writing, “There is a podcast clip circulating that seems to be confusing many people about my views on Trump (which is understandable because I wasn’t speaking very clearly). So, for what it’s worth, here is what I was trying to say: I was essentially arguing for a principle of self-defense (where there’s a continuum of proportionate force that is appropriate and necessary to use). I’ve always viewed Trump as a very dangerous person to elect as president of a fake university, let alone the US, and when he became a sitting president who would not commit to a peaceful transfer of power, I viewed him as more dangerous still. (However, I’ve never been under any illusion that he is Orange Hitler.).”