Keeping up with MAGA insanity is beyond the capacity of any one human. One can only select some of the more zany things to show there is nothing so whackadoodle that these batfecalmaterial crazy lunatics won’t believe it. Everything that doesn’t go their way is rigged, from the election to the NFL.
Their evidence? Pfft, it is as plain and clear as the toes on a turtle. The Kansas City Chiefs are going to the Super Bowl. Why are they going to the Super Bowl? Well, it has nothing to do with solid quarterback play. It’s for no other reason than to boost woke singing superstar Taylor Swift. MAGAs hate Swift, Swift loves the Chiefs (or is at least dating one), so if the Chiefs win MAGAs lose and if MAGAs lose it must be rigged.
Yes, this theory is seriously all over the MAGA Twitter-verse (or X-verse if you prefer, but that sounds like a Marvel movie). Here are some actual examples of the whackadoodle doodling.
For the record, Benny, that is not the correct quote. The correct quote is: “the People who once upon a time handed out military command, high civil office, legions — everything, now restrains itself and anxiously hopes for just two things: bread and circuses.” And Benny, you are one of the clowns in this circus.
Evidence of it being rigged can also be found in a missed tackle. The runner ducks underneath it but if you slow it down enough it looks just bad enough to a nut to claim its rigged.
I’m not sure when they rehearsed that play but given its obviously highly choreographed nature, there must have been fairly extensive rehearsals.
Here we can see that girlfriend happy for boyfriend (who had a great game) = sinister conspiracy.
I could go on. As silly as this is it is actually a telling commentary on the flimsy crap these people will claim proves fraud, whether it be an election or a football game. The “evidence” in both cases is the same, a result they don’t like. If something happens these people don’t like, no matter what it is, they claim it is the result of fraud. What will it take for the little MAGA boy to cry fraud once too often?
That’s actually a really serious question.