On Monday evening, Georgia Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee voted on an election fraud report, stating that there was enough evidence of fraud to decertify Biden’s win in the state. The main stream media failed to report on this huge development.
Steve Bannon talked about the breaking story on his show “The War Room Pandemic” on Tuesday.
“Last night in Georgia the Judiciary Committee on the senate voted on a report,” Bannon said. “This report that there were so many outrageous election irregularities and so much “evidence” CNN, “evidence” Brian Stelter, “evidence,” “evidence,” that they have said that the Georgia assembly should immediately come into session in a special session. They should discuss this. The Democrats should throw their two cents in, they should debate this, the evidence, and their recommendation is there is enough evidence to decertify!”
During the same show, President Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani dropped a bomb when he said the Arizona legislature will attempt to certify the President as the winner on Wednesday.
The Election Wiz reported: “News spread like wildfire yesterday that Arizona lawmakers would make the attempt to declare Trump the winner today, but Giuliani said Arizona lawmakers did not have the votes today to make that happen. Giuliani said he’s hopeful Arizona lawmakers will be able to close the deal before Christmas.”
“Arizona was going to similarly pass a joint session to certify Trump,” Giuliani said. “But then they didn’t have the votes but they are going to come back tomorrow [Wednesday].”
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President Trump is clearly not giving up on the 2020 election and is preparing for something big. On Monday, the President allegedly met with lawmakers for several hours to discuss his path forward regarding alleged voter fraud in the 2020 election.
The President reportedly met with members of Congress including Matt Gaetz and Mo Brooks.
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows spoke out after the meeting, notifying the American people that President Trump was “preparing to fight back.”
“Several members of Congress just finished a meeting in the Oval Office with President @realDonaldTrump, preparing to fight back against mounting evidence of voter fraud. Stay tuned,” he tweeted.
Attorney Sidney Powell was also allegedly at the meeting.
“Four people briefed on events said Sidney Powell was back at the White House again today, for third time in four days,” reported Maggie Haberman.
Powell was also seen leaving the White House on Sunday evening. Powell has been on the front lines in the battle of challenging the 2020 election results and now it appears that she is becoming even more involved with President Trump’s fight.
“SPOTTED tonight at the White House: attorney & conspiracy theorist Sidney Powell. @abdallahcnn & I saw her leaving the residence side of the White House shortly before 9p. She denied meeting with Trump tonight. When pressed again, she said: ‘It would be none of your business,’” CNN White House correspondent Jeremy Diamond said in a tweet.
This development comes just after a separate report dropped by the New York Times, alleges President Trump met with Powell and General Mike Flynn in the oval office to discuss his path forward relating to the 2020 election.
The report states that Powell and Flynn talked to President Trump about potentially deploying the military to conduct a “rerun” of the election in key swing states.
Rudy Giuliani was also present via conference call. Check out what the Times reported:
Most of his advisers opposed the idea, two of the people briefed on the discussion said, including Rudolph W. Giuliani, the president’s personal lawyer, who in recent days sought to have the Department of Homeland Security join the campaign’s efforts to overturn Mr. Trump’s loss in the election.
Mr. Giuliani joined the discussion by phone, while Ms. Powell was at the White House for a meeting that became raucous at times, according to one of the people briefed on what took place. Other administration officials drifted in and out of the meeting, two of the people briefed said, and the White House counsel, Pat A. Cipollone, pushed back on the ideas being proposed.
Ms. Powell accused other Trump advisers of being quitters, according to the people briefed.
It was unclear if Mr. Trump will move ahead with such a plan.
New York Times White House correspondent Maggie Haberman gave more context on Twitter.
“The meeting got raucous, with various administration members drifting in and out and different people arguing. Powell told others they were quitters, people people briefed on the meeting,” Haberman tweeted.
“Adding to the story but two people briefed said Flynn was there as well for this meeting,” Haberman said. “During the meeting, the president asked about Flynn’s suggestion of deploying the military, those briefed said.”
“POTUS asked about possibility of Powell being given security clearances to pursue her theories, per people briefed on the meeting,” she added.
“In the president’s mind, “special counsel” is what DoJ made happen with Mueller, but what was being discussed was Powell working inside the White House – and Trump came very close to hiring her, per multiple people briefed.”
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