Donald Trump's phone call with the Georgia Secretary of State is a microcosm of the Trump era -- Trump pushing but not exceeding the legal limits, and the media/Democrats/NeverTrumpers/Establishment Republicans hyperventilating in a feeding frenzy.
Twelve Republican Senators and Senators Elect, led by Ted Cruz, have released a Joint Letter calling for appointment of an Electoral Commission to conduct an emergency 10-day audit of results in disputed states, to be completed in time for the January 20 inauguration, including giving state legislature's time to change their electoral votes if the audit reveals fraud.
Senator Josh Hawley and numerous Republican representatives have indicated that when electoral certifications are set to be counted, they will object to the counting of certifications from several disputed states.
Failed 2012 GOP presidential candidate, former Massachusetts governor, and current Senator from Utah, Mitt "Marches with Marxists" Romney is, arguably, the poster-child for much that ushered in President Trump's presidency.
Long before Joe Biden became the Democratic presidential nominee, reports circulated that the then-77-year-old former VP signaled he'd only commit to serving one term if elected. This came after months of Democrats and media figures raised the issue of his age and cognitive health after a series of gaffes and flubs made during the primaries.
The College Republicans at the University of Oregon recently attended a "stop the steal" rally. Since this event was also supported by the Proud Boys, certain activist students are now trying to get the Republican group removed from campus.
I've been extremely fatigued the last few days. I don't think I have coronavirus because I don't have other symptoms, but it's been hard for me to sustain the energy to follow the legal proceedings that have brought to a conclusion the judicial option for fighting the election result.
The U.S. Supreme Court has issued a ruling in Texas' lawsuit challenging election procedures in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin. The lawsuit divided the nation, with roughly half the states supporting and opposing the lawsuit, respectively.
The Democrat/Media/Big Tech axis has decided that it is safe—now that the election is over—to inform the American people about the shadyUkrainian and ChiCom connections and influence-peddling scandal surrounding Hunter Biden and implicating 'the big guy,' then Vice President and now Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden.