Media shuns Trump's claims of election interference after embracing Clinton's in 2016

The Babylon Bee satirical news site last week had a story headlined: "Hillary Clinton: 'Trump Must Stop Fueling Dangerous Conspiracy Theories About Our Elections Being Unfair.'"

"After escaping from her underground padded room designed to look like the Oval Office, Hillary Clinton called on Trump to concede the race and stop fueling conspiracy theories about the election being unfair," the satirical website wrote. "The woman who has screamed about Russia stealing the election from her in 2016 lashed out at Trump for saying voter fraud stole the election from him in 2020."

While it was all just a joke, it's not far off from what's actually happening with President Trump, who has been claiming that voter fraud and other nefarious activities — with just as much proof so far as Clinton: none — altered the outcome of a presidential election.

The only difference: Social media, along with the mainstream media, are dismissing Trump's claims — even though they went all in for Clinton's equally unsubstantiated claims.

Hillary Clinton by Lorie Shaull is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0
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