Trump’s Election Hopes Gain Momentum

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On December 23, 2020, at 9 am the state of Georgia is moving to decertify their election from Joe Biden to Donald Trump. The secretary of state will meet with the republican controlled legislature. This would start the momentum that Trump needs to prove his election win. Trump still has several pathways to a second term but having a state flipped from Joe Biden would bring attention to the issue of voter fraud.


Eyes on Arizona: Momentum brewing

Arizona is looking like it has the potential to flip as well. Last week the legislature issued subpoenas to the Maricopa board of supervisors to turn over the ballots and voting machines. The legislature wanted to have the ability to rule out election fraud and ensure a fair election. Maricopa is the largest county in Arizona, and it is among the counties with significant voter irregularities. Instead of complying with the legislature, the board of supervisors decided to sue the legislature on the Friday deadline.

Judical clerification

On Tuesday, December 22 Superior Court Judge Warner warned the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors: “a legislative subpoena carries the same weight as a court subpoena”. The remedy in that statute allows for someone who refuses to be arrested and jailed. Anyone that is planning on standing in the way of election integrity is about to have a rude awakening.

The Judge, in that case, is Randall Warner. He is the same judge that ruled favorably for the Republican party of Arizona to view a tiny sample of ballots. The sample showed that ballots changed from Trump to Biden, resulting in a 3% shift towards Biden 

Deflection from the Evidence of Fraud 

Regardless of the outcome of the general election results, voters need to have confidence that their votes are not being thrown out. Unfortunately, Democrats are fighting transparency at every turn. Their legal defense is not on the substance of the cases but overwhelming their opposition with unrelated lawsuits and accusations. 

Many cases involve suing the opposition erroneously as a means of deflecting from the primary case. Dominion issued a threat to sue Sidney Powell. Lin Wood shot back saying that he was not impressed, and in another letter, he did so under penalty of perjury. 

Lin Wood is now under his own legal scrutiny. 

As of recent, a democrat in Florida also filed a petition to disbar Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) over his support of President Donald Trump’s election challenges. Gaetz mentioned that he is in favor of supporting Mo Brooks on January 6th. Currently, Republicans are planning on challenging the electoral votes due to election fraud during a joint session of congress. 

Do you think states will be sucessful in moving to decertify their elections? Leave your thoughts in the comment section.