Today’s ongoing Democrat/media-created uproar about yet another completely appropriate conversation President Trump conducted in December with the utterly corrupt Georgia Sec. of State Brad Raffernsperger shows that those on the left are much more worried about the President ultimately prevailing in his challenges to the clearly fraudulent election results than they pretend to be.
Some of the more extreme leftists, like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, are already claiming that the call, in which the President clearly urges the worthless Raffensperger to look for the needed number of fraudulent votes to overturn the fraudulent vote count, somehow constitute grounds for impeachment, a la the completely appropriate call between Trump and the president of the Ukraine. Others, like pea-brained California cong. Ted Lieu, are calling for DOJ to open a criminal investigation:
— The Hill (@thehill) January 4, 2021
Meanwhile, Twitter has the subject “trending” with this description: “Trump pressures Georgia Secretary of State to ‘find’ Trump votes in the state, according to audio obtained by The Washington Post”.
All of this abject nonsense, as GOP Cong. Mo Brooks said on NewsMax TV this morning:
“It’s a distraction! That phone call has nothing to do with whether in fact Georgia’s election results accurately reflect the lawful votes casts by eligible American citizens,” @RepMoBrooks tells Newsmax TV. https://t.co/VlT7z8v2lm pic.twitter.com/Qc6vAKXcCf
— Newsmax (@newsmax) January 4, 2021
Is it a distraction, as Cong. Brooks says? Well, probably. The Democrats and their media toadies do love to focus on topics that are extraneous to the real, pressing issues of the day. You know, like the obvious, blatant and massive election fraud the Democrat perpetrated in Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin and Arizona.
But I think it may also be more than that. I think the Democrats remain concerned that the President might ultimately find a way to prevail in this fight, and they do have good reason for that concern. When you have more than 100 Republican members of the House and a dozen GOP senators lined up to object to the congressional certification of the electoral vote on January 6, that’s a cause for concern.
Even if you believe, as I do, that those objections will only delay the inevitable outcome on Wednesday, they will result in just one more day on which the public is made aware that something really bad took place in those states named above on Election Night and the days that followed.
But if Democrats believe their planned installation of a demented Chinese puppet into the Oval office on January 20 is inevitable, why the absurd rhetoric about impeachment and DOJ investigation of an innocuous phone call between two Republicans? Why do they and their corrupt media toadies feel the need to maintain the ridiculous pretense that election fraud just doesn’t happen? If they’re so certain that that’s a true contention, why oppose Ted Cruz’s proposal for a 10-day emergency audit of the vote with accusations of sedition?
I honestly don’t believe sitting here today that President Trump has any magic bullets up his sleeve that will enable him to prevail in his efforts to overturn the recorded outcome of the election. The deck is obviously stacked against him, including at the Supreme Court, which has gone to extraordinary lengths to avoid taking any role in this.
But really, the behavior we are seeing from the Democrats and their agents at America’s Nazi-style national media outlets is not the behavior of people who are confident of victory. It’s the behavior of people who know they’ve been caught and are scared to death of losing, and you have to wonder why it is happening.
That is all.
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