It began as an expensive effort to support Trump’s lies and got worse as it continued.
The defeated former president keeps up a constant flow of lies and false claims.
His continued parade of lies about a “stolen election” that didn’t happen is nothing more than hyperbole from a sore loser.
The hyper-partisan hired by Republicans claimed data had been destroyed. He lied.
The former disgraced president continues to lie and Republicans fall in behind him in lockstep support of his outright fraud and deceit. Those are the facts. Those who claim otherwise are liars.
In a long, often disjointed, conference call between outgoing president Donald Trump, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and others in Washington and Georgia, the defeated president who lost in both the popular and Electoral College vote for president against Joe Biden tried to convince, persuade, threaten and even begged, the state to change at least enough votes to overturn his loss in that state. It didn’t sell.
A federal judge, appointed by outgoing president Donald Trump, ruled against an effort by some Republicans to give Pence unwarranted power to shift the outcome of the election but the division within Republicans continues to affect the party.
Howley will play the useless foil of Trump’s last-chance attempt to overturn the will of voters from the Nov. 3 election, a final stunt of a dying presidency.
In a divided America, both sides wonder what it will take. Some say this nation will find a way. Others say it is too late.
If you can’t win an election from the voters, find ways to keep voters who oppose you from casting ballots. It may not serve democracy, but it does serve the Republican agenda.