Nov. 25 – Is the Tide Turning Toward Trump

This is a bit of a longer update, because it is the update I skipped yesterday rolled in with today’s.

I don’t want to speak prematurely, but I think the tide is turning for us this week. We are behind the eight ball, certainly. We should have felt this shift at least a week ago, but it’s not too late if we accelerate and build the momentum that I think is breaking our way. So, what’s been shifting positively?   


Today GOP members of the Pennsylvania legislature held a very lengthy hearing at a hotel in Gettysburg. Multiple witnesses testified to election fraud and illegality. Trump attorneys Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis were there to answer questions, and the President himself—who had been scheduled to appear in person—phoned in to provide his own input.  

The benefit of this hearing is two-fold. 

First, it starts to get the evidence of fraud out to the American people. Americans need to hear what actually happened in this election, and demand for election integrity has to grow in volume. As national outrage builds, our chances of pulling this win back will increase. 

Second, the hearing begins to prime the legislature to act, if necessary. It is the legislature’s duty (in PA and around the country) to guard against “cabal, intrigue, and corruption” in the selection of the President of the United States. If there was intrigue and corruption at play in these various states—as the evidence strongly suggests there was—and the vote of the people has been tainted beyond repair, it is the duty of the legislatures to step in and choose their own electors.

I do worry that these hearings could turn into the same type of performative hearings we get from the U.S. House and Senate, that provide political theater and PR for campaign spots, but do little substantively. We have to provide the support and pressure to make sure the legislatures follow through with action, if necessary.  

Meanwhile on the legal front, even though the Pennsylvania Board of Canvassers voted to certify the election results, a Pennsylvania judge enjoined any final actions necessary to perfect (i.e. finalize) that certification, pending an evidentiary hearing. She has scheduled the hearing for the 27th.  Hopefully those attorneys are on the ball and ready with an avalanche of evidence. 


The news out of Michigan is not as bad as it first sounded Monday night. I discovered this by actually reading the opinions of the concurring and dissenting justices in Constantino. Always a good idea. 🙂 Constantino is the case brought by private plaintiffs that sought, among other things, to enjoin the Wayne County certification and to undertake a results audit of the election pursuant to a relatively new constitutional amendment in Michigan that allows voters to request an audit. Since the suit was filed, though, the Wayne County Board certified the election results. First they didn’t certify, then they did certify, and finally the Republicans tried to rescind their votes to certify. Michigan, however, is moving forward assuming the recission is null. 

The Michigan Supreme Court refused to hear the appeal from the denial of the injunction, but it wasn’t a sweeping or final denial. The plaintiffs will still be able to fight for their audit and the court retained jurisdiction to expedite appeal. Between the concurrence and dissent there were a number of interesting points that we don’t need to get into here. 

These are a few important points, though. First, the concurrence and dissent both noted the disturbing evidence of fraud that was brought forward by this suit. That’s very good. It is good to hear a court worry out loud and on the record, and it sends signals to the legislature to perk up and pay attention. Second, the concurrence made much of the fact that despite the division over the election, the people of Michigan democratically passed this constitutional amendment two years ago, and the transparency and process it provides are obviously something the people of Michigan value and want.

This circles back to my constant point—the courts don’t want to appear to defy the will of the people in difficult issues. Requesting audits and demanding rigorous inspections is not an attack on the democratic process nor is it an attempt to disenfranchise people. We aren’t free people if our elections aren’t fair. As the court noted, fair and transparent elections are obviously a priority for the people of Michigan, as evidenced by the fact they passed this constitutional amendment. It is not illegitimate to seek the relief that Republicans are pursuing. 

Of important note. The Michigan Supreme Court is currently majority Republican. Unfortunately, on January 1, 2021, that majority will flip Democrat. We’ve got to move quickly in Michigan. 


As you know, there is an ongoing recount happening in Milwaukee and Dane Counties in Wisconsin. I have been hearing positive reports that suggest Republicans are getting a chance to step in and challenge a lot of votes, but at the end of the day, I think Wisconsin can probably only be dealt with via a lawsuit over the illegal votes. The Trump campaign is probably looking to expedite a suit once the recount is complete.  Only approximately 20,000 votes separate Biden and Trump in Wisconsin. 


Sidney Powell is dropping her first suits tonight.


As I say, it is just a tad early to know how this will develop, but I think the activity we are seeing—the higher courts rumbling about their concerns, Republican legislatures perking up and starting to demand answers, the evidence that has been brought forward percolating out to the people, and the evidence that will drop soon–all suggest that we might finally be turning the corner. If so, it won’t be a second too early, but importantly, it won’t be too late, either.

I want to close with a little bit of precedent. In 1960, it appeared that Richard Nixon had won Hawaii by approximately 115 votes. The state certified the election for Nixon, the governor affixed his signature, and off the results went. A recount that dragged on to late December (the 28th, I believe) ended with a new result: Kennedy won. The state certified the election results a second time (but for Kennedy), the governor affixed his signature, and off the second results went to Congress. Congress accepted the second certification for Kennedy.

I am not telling this story to suggest we should blow off the certifications; it isn’t good to lose even the little battles. I am telling it to make the point that this fight isn’t over. Don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. We are self-governing people. We have the mechanisms, carefully crafted by our Founding Fathers, to fix this disaster if we have the grit. We do not have to accept a fraud on the American people. We still have time if we move swiftly and relentlessly toward our goal.    

Ronald Reagan said, “no weapon in the arsenals of the world is so formidable as the will and moral courage of free men and women.” Reagan was thinking of a united America facing hostile regimes abroad, but it applies just as aptly to the Americans who love liberty and love America, facing down people who have corrupted her from within and would lead her into socialism, darkness, and destruction. We have the checks and balances, the legal remedies, and the indomitable spirit, to fight for our country and to win. Let’s keep at it with resolve.

Photo: Mount Vernon–home of my hero, our first great general, George Washington.


  1. Peter Singleton

    Great update, Molly. Really informative and well laid out. Thank you!

  2. Thank you for all your hard work. Nice page. Just found it!

    • That’s where Sydney Powell comes in. Notice how Trump pardoned him today so that would free up Sydney?

  3. Thank you for this encouraging news. As we are from Texas and Trump loving, what can we do to help our brothers in the battleground states you’v written about. Once again thank you for the great news.

    • Thank you Molly, the patriots are behind president Trump 💯. We know he was put in place for this time. We understand that he’s the only one who could call out this travesty, and we’re ready to find this fraud to the death. We will no longer be silent and turn a blind eye to all the corruption going on and the crimes against our civil rights.. this is by all rights treason against the American people. We are locked and loaded and willing to lay down our lives for the distruction of the communistic threats against our constitution, and the frame work of our country.. GIVE US LIBERTY or GIVE US DEATH.. We love you president Trump and we’ve got your back. United we stand Devided we fall.. 👊🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺🇲🙏

  4. Great work,I love you

  5. Jenny Gerrity

    Thank you for all you are doing and keeping the rest of us informed! God bless you Molly!!

  6. Ricky Roldan

    Excellent summary! Thank you patriot

  7. Debbie Moore

    I’ve been reading the GA Sec of State 2019 Transcripts from their Board of Election Hearing – Lin Wood’s lawsuit is spot on. Content in transcripts is shocking to one w audit exp like myself. Says “server down” w.r.t. 2020 transcripts. Would love to read them. Point is, issues in PA & GA are same. Local & state govt’s, incl Sec of states, have been corrupted. Personally believe they used census to query against voter live registration online databases to id deactivated voters, then wrote an RPG type program to reactive and mark as Dem/Ind voters. Explains so many anomalies in voting across the states. Anything y’all need – let us know. Have CPA, MIS and Master in Acct experience for volunteer work here at home. God Bless.

  8. BOB vernile

    Thank you for being available for my review. It is very unnerving to have all the different TV stations give you their immediate take of something they comment on but know too little about the story. You give me hope and tell Sydney she has one groupie now that is myself, she makes a believer out of me. RGds

  9. Donna Marshall

    Thank you so much for this update and for your incredibly hard work! I just discovered this page. I wish I had known about it over the past three weeks. I certainly would have slept better, and I probably wouldn’t have been quite as crippled with anxiety.

    I have a couple of questions pertaining to your Nixon/Kennedy precedent. What happened with Hawaii’s electoral votes for that election? I’m assuming they wouldn’t have made a difference in that race, but what if it had been a close race? Would the results have been changed? I guess my ultimate question is whether it’s possible to change the results of an election after the electors have voted. Thank you! 🙂

  10. Thanks for all you are doing!

  11. Great recap and analysis, Molly!! So appreciative of all you, Sidney, and the many, many surrounding General Flynn and President Trump with wise counsel and dedication to truth are doing to preserve this blessed nation God gave us!!! May God bless your Thanksgiving, your family (special prayers for your mom… I lost mine to cancer this year!!), your team, and all those who strenghen and fortify you to be the joyful warrior you are!!!

  12. Chamil Hetti

    Thanks for the update. We all felt it as soon as we heard the hearing. The tide is turning for sure.

  13. May God bless you for fighting for the truth .You really encouraged us when I saw in the Fox news let the Republicans be burnt .

  14. Alan cCampbell

    Just found this page and I appreciate your time spent to provide this update. I too feel more assured and less anxious after reading it.
    I wonder if anyone ran a Dominion, Sctyl, etc., name search against Hunter Biden’s email on his laptop. Might be interesting to see if he had been in contact with anyone from these companies.

    Thanks for leading the way for us and providing great insights and observations.

    God will see us through if we will only turn towards him and seek his face!!!

    God Bless

  15. Keep being strong. I am a new Republican trying to increase awareness of the injustice and tragic direction America is headed. Censorship, partisan biased media of untruths, Big Tech collusion, and corporate control of all. Please stay strong, I will pray for you.

  16. Thank you! George is my hero too.

  17. As a dad of 11 and a TAC grad I find your analysis impeccable. Ty Molly. Keep up the great work.

    Len Beckman

  18. eddienorth@eddienorth com

    Praying for you all from Canada , God wins all the time.

  19. Dan Costantino

    The case in Michigan is Costantino vs. Detroit. It’s not CoNstantino. 🙂

  20. This is the best, most honest, most authentic thing I’ve read about the status of our elections. So many of us are so tired of false hope & false promises. This is a realistic status update on where things stand. With transparency on both the pitfalls and potentials we face. Frankly, this is what reporting should
    look like. Thank you Molly. Please let us know how we can push on this. What do you need the people to do specifically?

  21. paul francis

    the president must prevail

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