Lara Trump told Fox and Friends that the Trump campaign was open to swaying state legislation to undo Biden’s victory.
Lara Trump admits that Trump is trying to get state lawmakers to overthrow the elections. pic.twitter.com/aiGmAxCvWZ
– Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) November 22, 2020
Lara Trump told Fox and Friends when asked if the campaign will seek to sway state legislation to undo Biden’s victory, “Well, that’s a possibility. Look, we have obviously filed lawsuits across the country in states where we feel there have been really tremendous violations of human rights and the flow of this electoral process, and we are open to anything. We want the right thing to happen here again and by now you have seen the scam that has been exposed. You saw that the dead voted. People were voting in several states, the Georgia recount just suddenly showed, oh my god, thousands of votes were revealed. Most of these went to Donald Trump for somehow missing out on the first round, so we’re open to whatever needs to be done to ensure this election has been properly conducted over and over, every legal vote is counted. ”
Trump made these efforts. Republican-controlled lawmakers in Pennsylvania and Michigan have refused to participate in Trump’s coup. The endless lawsuits are part of a two-pronged strategy. Trump is trying to pull in state legislation while also trying to find anything he can bring to the Supreme Court in hopes that the Conservative majority will overturn the elections.
The Trump campaign doesn’t hide it. They are trying to overthrow the will of the people and steal an election.
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Mr. Easley is the Founder / Executive Editor, White House Press Pool, and a Congressional Correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His thesis focused on public order with a specialization in social reform movements.
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