• WaPo ‘Conservative’ Oddly Eager to Accept Left’s Excuses for Fishy Election Results

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    Surge Summary: Washington Post “conservative” Michael Gerson seems to reserve the worst of his attacks for fellow conservatives. Why is he so eager to accept the explanations of recent election irregularities coming from the mouths of those who support rafts of immoral government policies – including the killing of unborn human beings? Is Mr. Gerson’s employment at the Post warping his judgment?

    by Gary Bauer

    Michael Gerson is one of the kennel-fed poodles who makes a living as a “conservative voice” at liberal outlets like the Washington Post.  And, of course, he saves his worst vitriol for real conservatives.  I haven’t seen Gerson go after the radical left with near the same level of passion that he deploys against conservatives like Eric Metaxas or me.

    Yes, I found myself in good company today when Gerson attacked me, Tony Perkins, Bill Bennett and Jim DeMint in his latest Washington Post column.

    His argument essentially boils down to this:  If you don’t accept the results of an election with so many oddities, irregularities and statistical red flags (not to mention the first election in history that depended on mail-in voting), then you’re no longer a conservative.

    Gerson, who claims to be pro-life, can’t get his arms around the idea that today’s left, built on the “right” to destroy babies in all nine months of pregnancy, might cheat in an election.

    Gerson just can’t fathom that a movement willing to weaponize our intelligence agencies against a populist conservative and his appointees might cheat in an election.

    Gerson refuses to believe that a movement totally content with allowing American cities to burn would ever cheat in an election.

    I don’t need lectures from establishment sellouts like Michael Gerson.  I’d much rather rely on true conservatives like you than be paid by one of the left’s leading propaganda outlets.

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    Originally posted here.

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    Gary Lee Bauer is an American politician and activist, who served in the Reagan administration. He later became president of the Family Research Council and a senior vice president of Focus on the Family. In 2000, he participated in the Republican presidential contest.

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