No offense, but when you've promoted "Second Amendment solutions" to prevent a president from appointing judges, and you're promoting a civilian "Deportation Force", and you're ginning up the notion that if you lose the election, it's because it was "rigged", what the fuck do you think he's talking about? You can't be that stupid.
So no, you are intending offense, and you have no actual quote or citation that shows him calling for "armed observers to act menacing". You're making it up.
As for your fear of "second amendment solutions", what was actually said what that "second amendment people" know how to deal with the political process of infringement of their second amendment rights. It's amazing to me, ten minutes before he made that comment every anti-Trump person on the planet knew all about how much political influence the NRA has (and blames it on bribes and not just having a lot of people as members), but five minutes after he referred to "second amendment people" every one of those anti-Trump people forgot all about the NRA and jumped to the ridiculous conclusion that Trump must be calling for an armed overthrow of the government. An armed overthrow that the "second amendment people" have never resorted to, so to believe that Trump was saying that they had experience in doing that would be ridiculous.
The New Black Panther party was two guys standing outside of a Philadelphia polling place.
Check. Voter intimidation is ok as long as it isn't too much. And we ignore all the other reports of similar things.
And they were not responding to a public call for a show of force by candidate Barack Obama.
And neither did Donald Trump make any call for a show of force.
So, you dumb fuck, the "worse" part is that it's Donald Fucking Trump who's the one asking for thugs to stand in front of polling places.
Citation required. Oh, you've already admitted you have none.
Jesus wept. It wasn't "local fraud" that caused 2000 to be seen as a crooked election.
It was fraud alleged in various counties in the state of Florida. At least, that's where all the court cases were being filed. You can't get any more "local" than the county level when it's the county elections departments who run the elections.
It was the fact that it was decided by the Supreme Court along partisan lines.
No offense, but you are lying. The fact is that the election was decided by the legal process as it was designed and implemented prior to the election, by the legislature of the State of Florida, who is tasked with deciding that process for the electors in the State of Florida. The Supreme Court correctly decided that it was the State of Florida legislature that had that authority and that they acted appropriately.