Trump’s legal team has fought multiple legal battles to ignore election results in Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Arizona, Nevada and Wisconsin. The courts refused all of them for not providing evidence for the charges.
Trump tried in other ways to ignore the result that was not in his favor. On January 3, the W.Ashington Post Publication of an audio recording of a call in which the President of the United States is heard pressuring Georgia’s Secretary of State, Brad Ravensburger, until he “finds” enough votes to reverse Joe Biden’s victory.
He said: “I just want to find 11,780 votes … because we won in that state,” despite Biden’s Democratic victory in Georgia, after about 12,000 votes, through a recount and scrutiny.
In repeating his fraud charges, which were rejected by the courts, he told Republican billionaire Ravensburger that his election had been stolen. He added, “You know what they did and say nothing: it is a crime, and you cannot allow this to happen, it is a big risk for you.”
Ravensberger, who was accompanied by the state attorney, did not relent. He replied, “We think our numbers are good.”
January 6, the day Congress meets to endorse Joe Biden’s electoral victory, the process leading up to his inauguration, will be marked with fire in the memory of the United States.
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