Countless questions from ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos on Sunday whether he would admit the presidential election wasn’t stolen from Donald Trump’s Republican senator refused to tell the truth, blaming the courts, liberal politicians and of course the liberal media for his struggles with the acceptance of reality

“Senator Paul, let me start with a threshold question for you. This election was not stolen Do you accept this fact? “The host started the interview

Paul then got caught up in a series of falsehoods about electoral fraud that he and Trump’s allies have spread incessantly since his defeat by President Biden months ago

Stephanopoulos interrupted Paul, “I have to stop you there No election is perfect, however, President Trump and his allies filed 86 lawsuits in court All were dismissed Every state certified the results”

The controversial back and forth went on and the host asked Paul again, “Can’t you just put the words” This election wasn’t stolen? “say

Stephanopoulos replied, “75 percent of Republicans agree with you because they were tied to a big lie by President Trump and his supporters that the election was stolen”

Paul then attacked the host and said, “Hey George, where you are making a mistake is that people from the liberal side like you are coming You immediately say that everything is a lie instead of saying that everything has two sides ”

Paul told Stephanopoulos that he will not be intimidated and said, “I am not intimidated by liberals in the media. The Senator then gave a lecture to the host on how ‘everything has two sides’ and the media deliberately forget this, because they hate Republicans

“That’s the problem with the media today, that all Republicans are liars and everything we say is a lie. Every story has two sides,” said Paul

Again Stephanopoulos tried to bring Paul back to the real world and said, “Sir, this story has no two sides”

During the brief interview, Paul often returned to the topic that it is the liberal media that oppose his truth-seeking adventures.But with a press of the remote on Sunday morning, a prominent Republican gave the impression that some in the GOP were in live alternative universes

Republican Sen Mitt Romney, a guest on Fox News Sunday, said that the impeachment process should not only go ahead, but agreed with Paul that while there was electoral corruption, Donald Trump committed it not once but twice

“I think it’s pretty clear that in the last year or so efforts have been made to corrupt the US elections and it wasn’t President Biden but President Trump,” Romney said,

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