Trump reelection still possible

“The million-dollar question, however, is whether the Republican Party can find the backbone.”
– Robert Bridge___________

In a great article entitled “Roadmap to a Trump Reelection (Yes, It Is Still Possible), Robert Bridge writes:

“By this time it would appear that a Biden-Harris presidency is a foregone conclusion.” Despite multiple allegations of election fraud put forward by Trump’s legal team, the Democrat Joe Biden has been officially recognized by the Electoral College as the President-elect. Nevertheless, the Republican incumbent still has a shot at retaining control of the White House.”

Bridge then goes on to show that the allegations of fraud and corruption are, as he puts it, “absolutely true”. He bases that conclusion on the statistical anomalies, the legal battle underway in Antrim County, Michigan, a staunchly conservative locale that unexpectedly flipped blue in favor of Joe Biden, and the Dominion Voting System that “is designed to generate errors.”

Here are some excerpts from that article”

“The final day of reckoning will come on January 6 when the House and Senate will enter into a joint session to formally count the Electoral College votes,” writes Bridge. “At this time, Vice President Mike Pence, who will have full authority over the assembly as laid down by the Constitution, will hear any objections from the members of Congress. Should any objections be ‘seconded’ by another lawmaker, the House and Senate will convene for debate before taking a vote. Should it come down to this scenario, there is a chance that Donald Trump will be reelected considering that the House vote is limited to just one vote per delegation, per state, not per House member. The Republicans have 30 delegation votes while the Democrats have just 20.”

“The million-dollar question, however, is whether the Republican Party can find the backbone to shed much-needed light on the disturbing allegations, or will they simply allow Joe Biden to accede to the White House under a black cloud of controversy, leaving millions of American with no trust in their democratic form of government.”

Already several lawmakers have strongly hinted they will be among the naysayers on January 6. This week, Representative Morris ‘Mo’ Brooks (R-AL) sent a letter that was undersigned by 18 colleagues requesting election fraud hearings ahead of the Jan 6th vote submissions.

“The law is very clear, the House of Representatives in combination with the United States Senate has the lawful authority to accept or reject Electoral College vote submissions from states that have such flawed election systems that they’re not worthy of our trust,” Brooks added.

“It’s impossible. It is impossible what happened,” said Republican Senator Tommy Tuberville from Georgia, referring to Biden’s victory. “But we’re going to get that corrected.”

“I’m gonna tell you: Don’t give up on him,” Tuberville said of Trump. “Don’t give up on him.”

“The million-dollar question, however, is whether the Republican Party can find the backbone.”

I, for one, am hoping that the Republicans do in fact find that backbone.

See entire article:

Thanks to Laurel for this link


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December 28, 2020 at 10:29AM

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