Tuesday, December 22, 2020 by: Arsenio Toledo
President Donald Trump said on Sunday that his administration is “getting closer and closer” to successfully challenging the results of the 2020 election in key battleground states.
“We’re getting closer and closer,” said Trump during a phone interview with New York-based conservative talk radio WABC. “And I hope you let everybody know we’re actually very close.”
The president added that the mainstream media has placed a kind of news blackout over the progress of the Trump campaign’s legal battles, saying that “they don’t want to talk about it.” Trump argued that this shows that America doesn’t truly have freedom of the press.
“They’re trying to suppress it. We don’t have freedom of the press at all. It’s suppressed news. It’s a terrible thing that’s happened in our country. It’s been going on for – it started a long time ago, but it’s gotten to a point. It’s a terrible thing. It’s not freedom of the press, and we’ve got to bring that back, because the press is so suppressed. It’s so dishonest. I don’t even call it fake news anymore – I call it corrupt news.”
Neither Democratic nominee Joe Biden nor his campaign team have responded to requests for comments on Trump’s remarks. (Related: MORE evidence: It looks like Biden outperformed only in counties that used Dominion, HART voting machines.)
Trump was very upbeat during the radio interview. He wished the hosts a merry Christmas, and he said that his team, along with the support of volunteers, have been able to uncover “the greatest voter fraud in history.”
The president even went so far as to call the election “the most corrupt” that this country “has ever had by far.”
Trump went on to talk about how the voting machines have been rigged. In Fulton County, Georgia, for example, the president said that the voting machines didn’t bother to verify the signatures of the voters. He believes that in Fulton and in many other places across the country, there are no less than several hundred thousand ballots that either have fraudulent signatures or no signatures at all.
None of the Trump campaign’s legal challenges have so far been able to change the result of the election in key battleground states like Pennsylvania and Georgia.
Listen to this special Situation Update episode of the Health Ranger Report, a podcast by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, as he talks about how the “Pence-Raiklin Maneuver” provides Trump with a clear path to being declared the true victor of the election, even if he doesn’t get any support from conservatives in the Supreme Court and Republicans in Congress.
Trump needs support from politicians to further his cause
Trump later said in the interview that he and his campaign need a lot of support. “We’ve already found the answers,” he said. “Now, we have to get the support from some politicians.”
“Other than that, we have it made. I think we’ve come a long way in a very short period of time.”
Trump said that he has spoken with Tommy Tuberville, an Alabama Republican who just won his election to the Senate, ousting incumbent Democrat Doug Jones. Trump said that the senator-elect is willing to join a “long-shot bid” being organized by House conservatives to challenge the results of the Electoral College when they’re brought before Congress on Jan. 6 next year.
“You have more support now than you had before the election,” said Trump’s personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, who was one of the co-hosts of WABC.
“You know, it’s true,” Trump replied.
Tuberville is joining Rep. Mo Brooks of Alabama in bringing up challenges to several Electoral College votes. At least one member of the House and the Senate need to challenge the results before a debate can be entertained.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has warned senators not to participate in any effort that will try to bring up accusations of election fraud. However, Tuberville, who ran on a platform of supporting Trump, has signaled that he intends to keep his campaign promises. He has made similar comments while campaigning for fellow Republican Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue of Georgia, who are currently fighting to keep their seats in the state’s runoff elections.
“I want to do what’s best for President Trump and the people of Alabama and the people of this country,” he said. “[My constituents] asked me, ‘Are you going to support President Trump?’ And, of course, I’m always going to support President Trump. He’s the best president of my lifetime and has done more for the people of this country and the state of Alabama than anybody. But we want to make sure we do the right thing.”
Several other members of Congress have stated their willingness to join help in the effort to block several Electoral College votes. Some of them are Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida, and Sens. Loeffler, Josh Hawley of Missouri, Rick Scott of Florida and Rand Paul of Kentucky.
Learn more about the people supporting Trump’s efforts to fight back against election fraud by reading the latest articles at VoteFraud.news.