“Bizarre pandemic procedures” during presidential election

What Mitch McConnell says between minute 1:30 and 1:35

log­i­cal­ly ren­ders obso­lete every­thing else he utters to the con­trary in his speech, sug­gest­ing by his own admis­sion that he is wrong and the cur­rent US pres­i­dent is right. Because if the expres­sion “bizarre” with regard to reg­u­la­tions in some swing states con­cern­ing vot­ing, the foun­da­tion of a con­sti­tu­tion­al repub­lic, does not trans­late into “ille­gal”, what does?

Another case of some­one con­scious­ly attempt­ing at dis­tort­ing log­ic in a like man­ner as the one I high­light­ed yes­ter­day.

And unfor­tu­nate­ly, the log­i­cal con­se­quence of an out­right refusal to engage in ratio­nal, i.e. log­i­cal dia­logue, phys­i­cal vio­lence, has indeed start­ed to real­ize itself just one day after I warned about this being to be feared.

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What is the essence of someone pretending not to notice the essential aspect of the central allegation with respect to an essential matter to which he is an interested party, implicitly saying A while stating B? A refusal to engage in rational dialogue, which in turn is the only way to ultimately avert violence: an implicit declaration of (civil) war.

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What is the essence of someone pretending not to notice the essential aspect of the central allegation with respect to an essential matter to which he is an interested party, implicitly saying A while stating B? A refusal to engage in rational dialogue, which in turn is the only way to ultimately avert violence: an implicit declaration of (civil) war.