The media are not fooling any Americans with their latest firestorm over a heavily-edited version of President Donald Trump’s phone call to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.
The Democratic Party hatchet men pulled out their weapons on cue on Sunday as soon as they learned that Trump was demanding a full accounting of the votes in Georgia’s November 3rd election.
They have created another contrived uproar with one goal in mind — to bludgeon weak and wavering leaders of the Republican Party who dare not ask any tough questions about the conduct of the presidential election.
“The “Surrender Caucus” within the Republican Party will go down in infamy as weak and ineffective “guardians” of our Nation, who were willing to accept the certification of fraudulent presidential numbers!” the president tweeted Monday.
The media aim to distract voters at a watershed moment, just days before the Electoral College is scheduled to meet and over one hundred GOP leaders intend to challenge the results.
Instead of focusing on the numerous questions that Trump raised about Georgia’s vote count, the media attempted to twist his words.
The “leaked phone call” game plan was almost identical to the one a “whistleblower” staged in the lead-up to the 2019 impeachment hoax.
Trump’s enemies spun the phone call to Raffensperger as evidence that the president was pressuring an election official to interfere, just like they did when he was questioning the Ukrainian president last year about allegations of wrongdoing by Joe Biden and his son Hunter regarding their business deals. They claimed Trump was interfering in the presidential election with the help of a foreign power.
Whenever Trump dares to question any actions of Democrats that could unravel their schemes or damage their political aspirations, they start leaking calls, discrediting Trump’s actions to make them appear illegal and campaigning for his imprisonment or impeachment.
These media carnival barkers are dishonorable and corrupt and they will stoop as low as necessary to achieve their political ends. They do not play by any rules and they go for the jugulars of their opponents.
Trump challenged hundreds of thousands of votes that were counted, including 250-300,000 ballots that “were dropped mysteriously into the rolls,” mostly in Fulton County.
He also charged that more than 50,000 people that went to vote were told they couldn’t vote because they’ve had already voted.
The president also asserted that 4,502 people who voted were not on the voter registration roll as required by law; 18,325 voters used vacant addresses; 904 voters only provided a post office box number which is not allowed; 4,925 were out-of-state voters and 18,000 ballots, all for Biden, were scanned when there were no Republican poll watchers present.
Raffensperger disputed the data provided by the president, including his contention that 5,000 dead people voted.
Trump contended that the number of unlawful votes was “much more than the number of 11,779. That’s — the current margin — is only 11,779. Brad, I think you agree with that, right? That’s something I think everyone — at least that’s a number that everyone agrees on.”
“But that’s the difference in the votes. But we’ve had hundreds of thousands of ballots that we’re able to actually — we’ll get you a pretty accurate number,” Trump explained. “You don’t need much of a number because the number that in theory I lost by — the margin would be 11,779. But you also have a substantial numbers of people, thousands and thousands who went to the voting place on November 3, were told they couldn’t vote, were told they couldn’t vote because a ballot had been put on their name. And you know that’s very, very, very, very sad,” Trump said.