> While I agree, one should understand why he'd do this when he and millions of other
> Americans believe democracy had already been undermined with an unbelievable amount
> of votes going to JB and fraud looking to be extremely likely. Just look at the
> turn-out to either candidates rallies. And yet JB still won?
The really cool thing about voting in this country is that it's private - no attendance at COVID superspreader rallies is required, and for many of us, you don't even have to leave the house.
Biden's popularity may be "unbelievable" for you, and for the other millions who believed "Mexico will pay for the wall" before they believed "the only way we're going to lose this election is if the election is rigged", but if there was any proof of widespread fraud, Rudy and Sidney and Jenna would surely have shown it to us by now, yes?
> It might be a matter of opinion, but realistically... Does anyone actually believe
> when he uses the term 'fight' that he doesn't mean in a legal sense? Is it
> reasonable/rational that he'd deliberately put citizens in potential harm via a
> literal and armed uprising?
That is, of course, exactly what he did on the morning of the 6th - pointing down Pennsylvania Avenue and saying "And after this, we're going to walk down there, and I'll be there with you, we're going to walk down to the Capitol". His last lie, perhaps, to his flock.
> If everything was actually on the up&up then what are they so worried about?
They were worried about exactly what happened: violence directed at the building containing, at that moment, the next three people in line for the presidency, and almost all of the entire legislative branch. And, they were worried that in the event of violence, the Capitol's main backup police force was under the command of the DOD's recently installed Trump sycophants; it took a slightly-out-of-chain approval from the Secretary of the Army, hours after requested, to even begin to mobilize the DC National Guard.