Nov. 12, 2020
Well, I think, first of all, it certainly affects the count that Biden hoped for, because most of those would have been his votes. Second, I think, in Wisconsin, Michigan, Nevada, Arizona, Georgia, and Pennsylvania, there are going to be a significant number of suits many of them based on witnesses who are showing up, swearing out affidavits, it also, just pure research. The number of dead people who have been found to have voted, and it’s pretty remarkable, some of them were like a hundred and 20 years old, so I think you see in by inch significant tearing back of the mask that allow the election to be a runaway. My position is whether you are for Trump or for Biden, it’s important for America that we get a hand recount in every single state that is contested. So, we actually know whether or not these were honest votes.
Well, yeah, look, I think, we’ve had five years of demonizing Trump, you’ve had Hillary Clinton saying Biden should never give in no matter what you have had all sorts of things out there. The fact is, under our constitution, there is process. And that process is designed to create a sense of fairness and certainty. We are only part of the way into that process the news media is desperate to close it down because they know that in cities as corrupt as Philadelphia and Detroit, that there are substantial problems, and there may be problems that reverse the election. But whether in the end it reverses it or not, you are not going to begin to understand what happened if you cut off the ability to explore and count actual votes. Secretary of State of Georgia did the right thing. They are now going to do a canvas, by hand, which is very important, before you get to a recount, because the real changes come when you look at where did the votes come from? You know, where were they kept? How do we prove they are real? That is all before a recount. Recounts are just mechanical. Canvases give you the real chance to investigate what’s been going on going on.
I think you ought to hang a picture of Grover Cleveland in the press room. Cleveland ran in 1884 and won, ran ’88 and lost, got elected again ’92, the only president to do it, Trump may be the other one.