You would think that there are certain things that everyone would know not to do.
For example, you probably all know by now that it isn’t a very good idea to make jokes about having explosives while going through the metal detector at the airport.
Also, you would also probably figure if you were a logical person that if you secretly recorded the PResident of the United States that you might be getting yourself into some hot water legally right?
After listening to leaked audio of President Trump and White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows’ phone call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, conservatives are betting that some explosive information is about to drop.
The phone call, which was leaked to the press, begins with President Trump getting straight to the point, discussing serious problems in the Georgia election.
“So we’ve spent a lot of time on this, and if we could just go over some of the numbers, I think it’s pretty clear that we won. We won very substantially in Georgia. You even see it by rally size, frankly. We’d be getting 25-30,000 people a rally, and the competition would get less than 100 people. And it never made sense,” the president said.
Trump then spoke in detail about evidence of fraud and irregularities in the election. “Brad, I think you agree with that, right?” the president asked after listing a few issues.
A common tactic to catch someone in a lie is to ask questions like “Are you sure?” or “You agree with that, right?” These questions often establish whether someone is willing to lie, or tell the truth.
President Trump repeatedly asks questions like this throughout the phone call, leading many conservatives to speculate that he has information that corroborates his allegations, and is trying to catch Raffensperger in a lie.
Near the end of the call, the president drops the hammer on the Georgia Secretary of State. Raffensperger is not doing his job, and Trump is not afraid to tell him that. There should be a full signature audit of all ballots in the state, because something isn’t right.
“It’s a disaster. Look. Here’s the problem. We can go through signature verification, and we’ll find hundreds of thousands of signatures, if you let us do it… But you didn’t do that in Cobb County. You just looked at one page compared to another. The only way you can do a signature verification is go from the one that signed it on November whatever. Recently. And compare it to two years ago, four years ago, six years ago, you know, or even one. And you’ll find that you have many different signatures. But in Fulton, where they dumped ballots, you will find that you have many that aren’t even signed and you have many that are forgeries,” President Trump said.
“And they’re going around playing you and laughing at you behind your back, Brad, whether you know it or not, they’re laughing at you. And you’ve taken a state that’s a Republican state, and you’ve made it almost impossible for a Republican to win because of cheating, because they cheated like nobody’s ever cheated before,” the president added.
President Trump also called Raffensperger out for illegal acts taking place in Fulton County, where ballots are reportedly being shredded before they can be examined.