MSNBC Contributor Goes Bonkers & Sprouts Conspiracy Theory: Trump Could Shut Down Voting In California (Video)

MSNBC contributor Jason Johnson went bonkers and started spouting a conspiracy theory as fact: President Trump could shut down voting in California.

And when people spout nonsense, whether its Dershowitz or whether it’s Fox News, Donald Trump always listens. The scenario that he set up yesterday, by basically saying the president can do what he wants; imagine Donald Trump deciding, sometime in June, well, I heard this conspiracy theory that a whole lot of illegal immigrants voted in California. So, I’ve decided that, during the presidential election, California has to undergo extreme vetting because we can’t trust their votes. We’re going to shut down voting in a state. This is literally the kind of thing he will do now. We’re not talking hypotheticals, anymore.

TDW:

On Friday, Jason Johnson. politics editor of The Root and MSNBC contributor, attacked President Trump, saying that Trump’s attorney Alan Dershowitz had asserted that Trump could do whatever he wants, and that because Trump would listen to Dershowitz he might shut down voting in the entire state of California. Johnson snapped, “Imagine Donald Trump deciding, sometime in June, well, I heard this conspiracy theory that a whole lot of illegal immigrants voted in California. So, I’ve decided that, during the presidential election, California has to undergo extreme vetting because we can’t trust their votes. We’re going to shut down voting in a state.”

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Johnson was responding to Trump defense lawyer Alan Dershowitz, who had stated that the presidentcould not be impeachedunless he committed an actual crime. Dershowitz had asserted:

Abuse of power, even if proved, is not an impeachable offense. That’s exactly what the framers rejected. They didn’t want to give Congress the authority to remove a president because he abused his power. They have to prove treason, they have to prove bribery, or they have to prove other crimes and misdemeanors. Virtually half of American presidents — from Adams, to Jefferson, to Lincoln, to Roosevelt — have been accused of abuse of power, and the framers explicitly rejected those kinds of broad, open-ended criteria. More

So, now they shift to defending their illegal voters in California by fear-mongering and conspiracy theories? Johnson says his statement was not hyperbole but that’s exactly what it is… TDS at its finest!

My best guess is that some 6 million undocumented immigrants in California voted in the last election. Now you know why open borders are so critical to Democrats. 

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