If you are watching this episode I assume you already are aware of the Trump election narrative. after a number of his supporters swarmed the Capitol building, spurred on by Trump’s rhetoric, he finally affirmed a peaceful transfer of power to Joe Biden’s administration. Conspicuously he still refused to formally concede his loss and still asserts he won the election & the democrats committed the kind of massive fraud needed to rig an election.
But that’s not what interests me right this second. It’s his new assertion that he was only conceding after pursuing all legal challenges that were available. His supporters have quickly picked up on this narrative in an attempt to save face for him and themselves…
But is that true? has every plausible means to legally challenge been tried at some point. Not even close. So what options did he leave on the table?
I make no claim as to the veracity of what Trump has been saying. I simply ask the question that if he could substantiate his allegations of large-scale fraud what lawful recourse did he have available to him that he never even attempted?” This episode answers that question.
Past Episodes About Trump’s Election Challenges
Texas v Pennsylvania: https://youtu.be/sXpKLlmiJRQ
Legal Standing: https://youtu.be/Mg11SKukqBE
Pence Shrugged https://youtu.be/H3BAmdZN0EA
Pence Problem: https://youtu.be/fp8LINiIb4k
Donald Trump is going out like a total bitch…
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