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It was only a few short days ago that CNN's Jake Tapper warned that there would be consequences for Trump supporters, yet today he has chastised those who are making lists of Trump supporters in order to hold them accountable. Which is it, Jake?
On Tuesday, in response to the Trump Accountability Project, Tapper said that blacklisting those who worked for the Trump administration was not in line with the "calls for unity and healing we've heard from President-elect Biden."
But it was only the day before that Tapper warned those who worked for the Trump campaign that they should bear in mind that future employers will look down on their current efforts.
Tapper can't seem to decide if those who are currently supporting President Trump and his efforts at recounts should be penalized for that or not. He calls for them to quit what they're doing lest their work is held against them, and then chastises the Trump Accountability Project for its intention to punish those who worked with the Trump administration.
In the week since the election, Democrats have been vocal about their plans to punish those who support Trump or have worked in his administration. They seem to believe that it was immoral for these folks to have worked in the White House for a democratically elected president.