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12/28/20 - Epoch Times - GOP Lawmaker Sues Pence to Give Him ‘Exclusive Authority’ to Overturn Election Results - Jack Phillips - Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) filed a lawsuit against Vice President Mike Pence in a bid to overturn the election results, asking a court to give Pence “exclusive authority” to decide which Electoral College votes should be counted on Jan. 6. Kelli Ward (AZ R Party Chair) also joined the lawsuit.
12/28/20 - Epoch Times - Trump Urges Supporters to Gather in DC on Jan. 6 - Ali Alexander, the lead organizer of the “Stop the Steal” protest movement, said in a live broadcast early Monday that he and Reps. Andy Biggs (R-Ariz.), Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.), and Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) came up with the idea of protesting in D.C. as lawmakers count the electoral votes. “It was to build momentum and pressure, and then on the day change hearts and minds of congresspeoples who weren’t yet decided, or saw everyone outside and said, ‘I can’t be on the other side of that mob,'” he said. Citing internal metrics, Alexander said he expects 1.5 million people to show up. “This may be the biggest event in D.C. history,” he claimed. Richard Viguerie info on the rally.
12/27/20 - Newsmax - Trump 'Resolved' in Election Challenge, Says Pa. Lawmaker Who Met With Him
- Charlie McCarthy - State Sen. Doug Mastriano was among several Pennsylvania Republican lawmakers who joined President Trump in the Oval Office to discuss election fraud in the Keystone State.
The Pennsylvania lawmakers expressed various election concerns to the president, according to
Mastriano. The situations mentioned included a period of time in the middle of the night when Democratic nominee Joe Biden received 570,000 votes and President Trump just 3,200 votes.
"Even in the bluest of blue areas of Pennsylvania that’s statistically impossible," said Mastriano
Mastriano added that President Trump was "laser focused on this republic."
"It's not about him, it's about our nation and our republic," Mastriano said. "If this is allowed to stand, what comes of us? Will we just be a republic in name only? Probably."
12/26/20 - Epoch Times: Gen. Michael Flynn—Will the American Republic Survive? (Part 2) 54:03 min
12/25/20 - OAN - Giuliani: New developments in election fraud case coming up - Ray: Seems to be a timely and poignant statement but of concern that he had to have three commercials interrupting something of such incredible importance. Giuliani: Election-Related Cases Going to ‘Blow Up’ After Christmas
12/24/20 - Western Journal - The New Legal Memo Giving Trump Supporters Hope This Christmas - William J Olson
12/24/20 - Zero Hedge - Eight 'Screaming Red Flags' From The 2020 Election That Deserved Criminal Inquiry
12/23/20 - FrontPage Mag - Yes, It Was a Stolen Election - You’d have to be blind not to see it - John Perazzo
12/22/20 - Politico - Trump orchestrates final loyalty test in dying bid to subvert election - Has 34:35 min video
After the White House session, which included breakouts with Giuliani and Vice President Mike Pence — who is set to preside over the Jan. 6 meeting — the lawmakers emerged increasingly optimistic they will be able to force multiple votes on the matter over as many as 18 hours...
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, who has been among the most prominent, vocal supporters of Trump’s efforts to challenge the election results, framed the Jan. 6 protest differently. He described Congress’ role in finalizing the presidential election as a safety valve granted by the framers of the Constitution to prevent a “stolen” result.
“This is not a game. This is the presidency of the United States and whether or not it's basically been stolen,” Gingrich said in an interview. He added that if indisputable evidence of such fraud doesn’t materialize between now and Jan. 6, he said there would be “no basis” for a challenge.
12/21/20 - Washington Times - Why I will not accept Joe Biden as president - Newt Gingrich - Unwillingness to accept election result grows out of a level of outrage unlike anything previously experienced.
12/18/20 - Cato - Presidential Elections: A Primer
12/18/20 - FrontPage Mag - You Can't Sue Over Election Fraud Before, During or After the Election - Daniel Greenfield
12/16/20 - FrontPage Mag - Protect Election Integrity - Censor Anyone Who Questions the Election - Daniel Greenfield - Last week, Google's YouTube announced that “supporting the integrity" of the election required it to censor anyone alleging that "widespread fraud or errors changed the outcome of a historical U.S. Presidential election".