Trump lies & cheats…tries to steal an election!

The link [above] takes you to a full transcript of the conversation. The paragraphs below on this page are the first response from the Georgia Secretary of State to Trump’s spiel where he rolls out his usual blather about election fraud…to an official who’s already investigated those claims.

Raffensperger:…Well, I listened to what the President has just said. President Trump, we’ve had several lawsuits and we’ve had to respond in court to the lawsuits and the contentions. Um, we don’t agree that you have won. And we don’t — I didn’t agree about the 200,000 number that you’d mentioned. And I can go through that point by point.

…Going back, primarily what you’ve talked about here focused in on primarily, I believe, is the absentee ballot process. I don’t believe that you’re really questioning the Dominion machines. Because we did a hand retally, a 100% retally of all the ballots and compared them to what the machines said and came up with virtually the same result. Then we did the recount, and we got virtually the same result. So I guess we can probably take that off the table.

And that’s the way the whole attempt goes round and round. Trump blathers his lies…then, Georgia’s Secretary of State politely disagrees…offers the real/verified facts…and Trump says they didn’t do their job.

You can interpret his bullshit however you wish. This reads as an attempt to get a state official to change the vote count to favor Trump instead of Biden. An impeachable offense. If you voted for Trump, you won’t think you hear that or admit the transcript says that. Most journalists, attorneys, who listened to the recording have enough confidence in what they heard to trust a court of law, another impeachment.

7 thoughts on “Trump lies & cheats…tries to steal an election!

  1. Mark says:

    Politicians are calling other politicians and try to threaten them into doing what they want? Shocking stuff. No, really.

  2. Fallout says:

    U.S. Attorney for North Georgia abruptly resigns due to ‘unforeseen circumstances’
    “It’s unclear what those “unforeseen circumstances” might have been. U.S. Attorney Byung J. Pak did not return a message seeking comment. In 2017, Pak was appointed the top federal prosecutor in the Northern District of Georgia by President Donald Trump.
    On Sunday, an audio recording became public of a conversation between Trump and his allies and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, in which Trump pressured the state’s top elections official to help him “find” enough votes to overturn the Nov. 3 contest, in which President-elect Joe Biden won by nearly 12,000 votes.
    On the recording, Trump references a “never-Trumper U.S. attorney there.”

  3. Bar association says:

    “A conservative attorney on Tuesday resigned from her law firm after blowback over her role backing President Trump during a phone call pressuring Georgia’s top election official to overturn President-elect Biden’s win in that state.
    The lawyer, Cleta Mitchell, had been a partner in the firm of Foley & Lardner, which on Monday said it was investigating her involvement in the call by Trump to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.”

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