I am not going to write a long post tonight, because it’s late. Obviously, today was not the positive-packed Monday we’d hoped it would be. Michigan certified its vote and the GSA approved finances to the Biden transition, which really took the wind out of a lot of people’s sails.
While the attorneys continue on with varied litigation, we need to pivot to prepping the legislatures to do their constitutional duties to investigate the fraud and possibly appoint their own electors. That was going to be my primary post today, but I will post it tomorrow. In the meantime, I discussed this idea (which I am sure you are all familiar with) on two shows today. I’ve linked to those below if you want a preview of the points. Until then, a few quick, positive points.
First, the Michigan fight isn’t over. Several members of the legislature have perked up and are requesting an audit. Although an audit itself doesn’t excite me all that much, the fact these two are stepping forward does. We need to support them. A former Michigan state senator named Patrick Colbeck was on Bannon’s War Room today; he was excellent. He walked trough the chain-of-custody issues with the vote up there. We have the evidence that the election isn’t certifiable; we just need to communicate it the right way to the right people. I will find a direct link tomorrow. We will want to push that to those state legislators, too. Of course, Trump’s case in Michigan is still live, so let’s watch for developments there, too.
Second, the Third Circuit granted expedited review of the Pennsylvania case today, which is good. We need to move these suits up the chain quickly–we are racing the clock here. Alan Dershowitz (a brilliant and honest liberal attorney) was on some tv show recently talking about what a strong case Trump has in PA. He’s right. So, stay positive on PA.
Third, I think we are going to see more suits filed (some were filed today I believe), including from Lin Wood, and hopefully from Sidney, who said on a recent interview she was pulling her cases together this week.
So, the day had its downer moments, but we’ve still got the truth on our side, solid court cases, all sorts of evidence emerging, and energized patriots.
Below are the links, and…I’ll see you tomorrow.
The National Pulse (the hit starts around the 20:00 minute mark):
And Live From Studio B6 this evening (top of the hour):
Photo: Chesapeake Beach.