A “rabbit hole?”

“Rabbit hole” appears to be the latest liberal buzzword(s).

If you listen to any democrat politician or the mainstream talk about questions surrounding possible election fraud, the term “rabbit hole” will undoubtedly surface before too long.

It seems they all got the memo.

So, what are they referring to? 

From Yourdictionary.com, “Something that is intricate or convoluted like a labyrinth and often has no outlet or resolution.  A situation regarded as surreal, bewildering, convoluted, etc.”

From Macmillandictionary.com, “From Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, a famous children’s story by Lewis Carroll in which a girl called Alice falls down a rabbit hole into a strange dreamlike world.”

So, when anyone dares to question the integrity of the 2020 election, in any way, we are deemed to be “going down a rabbit hole.”

This of course is just the democrats’ way of deflecting any concerns about the election, without having to come up with any kind of response to the obvious and documented irregularities.

A true use of the term “going down a rabbit hole” could best be applied when referring to the democrats’ claims of “Russian collusion” or their pursuit of the impeachment of President Trump. These were true trips into a “surreal,” or a “strange dreamlike world.”   

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