The leftist media is all agog over a phone call that President Trump made to the Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger over the weekend regarding the rampant voter fraud that happened in the state of Georgia – and all over the country.
The edited version and a misrepresentation of the call has gone viral and is all over the leftist media.
Dems are falsely accusing the president of asking Raffensperger to commit voter fraud and are calling for criminal investigations.
Of course they are.
I haven’t heard any of them talking about Trump telling Raffensperger, “Brad, we just want the truth. It’s simple.”
And I haven’t heard anyone in the media ask the Georgia Secretary of State why they won’t provide the Trump team the state’s election data to either prove or disprove Trump’s voter fraud claims.
Nope, the Georgia governor and Secretary of State are telling everyone that the election was fair, accurate and truthful even though they won’t look into any legitimate claims that it wasn’t.
Gee, I wonder why.
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So in regard to the phone call…I am wondering…how many of you out there…whether you are Trump supporters or are starting to become anti-Trumpers…how many of you have actually listened to the whole phone call or read the entire transcript?
Because to win an argument, you have to do research and have your facts ready.
I read the transcript four times. FOUR TIMES.
And I’m quite sick of the phone call being misrepresented, even by so-called conservatives.
Yes, Trump is inarticulate (as always), talking in incomplete sentences and interrupting himself. Yes, he mixes in rumored voter fraud with the legitimate numbers of the real fraud. Yes, he is impassioned and spends way too much time talking about Stacey Abrams and how his rallies prove that he won the election.
However, the phone call was NOT about him asking the Secretary of State of Georgia to manufacture votes that aren’t his. He was asking Georgia to look at the facts and give him back the votes that were stolen from him.
Quite a legitimate request if you ask me.
Trump and his attorneys discussed six areas of voter fraud which would disqualify a large enough number of illegal Biden votes to give Trump the election win that he actually obtained.
Trump asked Raffensperger to look into the fraudulent votes counted for Biden that were made by out of state voters, voters with PO Boxes (not allowed) and ones who gave addresses of vacant lots, dead people and voters who weren’t registered. There were also many people who couldn’t vote when they showed up because someone else had illegally voted for them earlier.
At a minimum, not even counting any other kinds of voter fraud like with the ballot machines, the Trump team believes that by simply investigating and correcting the fraud stated above, Trump would have more than enough votes in the state to overturn Biden’s Georgia “win.”
Trump’s Chief of Staff, Mark Meadows, said on the call, “We believe that not every vote or fair vote and legal vote was counted and that’s at odds with the representation from the Secretary of State’s office.”
He asked them to look at the election more fully.
Meadows also said that they have asked to get access to the state’s data at least six times and have been denied every time.
The Trump team asked the Georgia Secretary of State to validate or invalidate the voter fraud claims with the state’s voting data. And they asked to do it soon.
But Raffensperger and his lawyers were having none of that.
Again Georgia refused to turn over the voter data and only agreed to sit down with Trump’s attorneys to reiterate what they’re already looked at so they can dispute Trump’s claims of voter fraud again (but providing no real data to prove it on the state’s part of course).
So Meadows says to Raffensperger’s attorney Ryan Germany, “So what you’re saying, Ryan, let me make sure…so what you’re saying is you really don’t want to give access to the data. You just want to make another case on why the lawsuit is wrong?”
Germany says, “I don’t think we can give access to data that’s protected by law.”
The Georgia Secretary of State and Governor don’t seem to be on board with wanting to know if their elections are legitimate or not.
They just give it lip service and pretend that everything has been settled through their fake re-counts. All the re-counting did was to re-count the fraud that already existed.
As I’ve said in the past. there is NO WAY to verify the votes done on the ballot-marking devices that were used in Georgia. Google it. Even democrats have said so (in the past, of course).
In the phone call, the Trump team continued to push the fact that they need Georgia’s voting data but the Secretary of State would not comply.
Trump’s attorney, Cleta Mitchell, said to Raffensberger on the phone call, “…the people of Georgia and the people of America have a right to know the answers. And you have data and records that we don’t have access to.”
He goes on to say to Raffensperger, “And you can keep telling us and making public statement that you investigated this and nothing to see here. But we don’t know about that. All we know is what you tell us. What I don’t understand is why wouldn’t it be in everyone’s best interest to try to get to the bottom, compare the numbers, you know, if you say, because . . . to try to be able to get to the truth because we don’t have any way of confirming what you’re telling us.”
So once again, Trump did not ask to “find” Trump votes that don’t exist. He asked Raffensberger to look into the voter fraud that they outlined, using the voter information that only the state of Georgia has. They are the ones who can prove what’s going on one way or another.
And if the voter fraud allegations listed by the Trump team are true, then that means that they would have more than the 11,779 votes that they need to win the state.
However, it’s pretty obvious that Georgia isn’t interested in voter integrity and fair elections. They don’t believe that Trump won and they certainly aren’t interested in looking into it any further. At least not with any expedience.
Raffensperger told Trump and his attorneys, “We believe that we do have an accurate election” and “we don’t agree that you have won.”
That pretty much says it all.
At the end of the phone call, Raffensperger and his attorneys still wouldn’t agree to turn over any of the state’s election data.
Raffensperger said he’d look into his attorneys meeting with Trump’s attorneys to reiterate their claims that they had a fair election.
In other words, don’t call us, we’ll call you.
One person, one vote?
With corrupt democrats and their complicit Republicans buddies running elections, you won’t see fair elections for quite a while until We the People actually push back county by county and take care of the corruption in our own back yards.