If you have ever watched a legal thriller there is always that moment in the movie when all hope seems lost and all of a sudden the heroes find something that will change everything in their favor.
At the end of the day, good always triumphs over right. We all know this. It might take a while but it always gets to where it needs to be.
Donald Trump and his chief of staff Mark Meadows have been trying to do the right thing by people, but there are so many folks that have been going out of their way to commit potentially treasonous acts that it must be pretty hard for expletives not to randomly shoot out of their mouths.
After the leaked audio began to spread of President Trump and White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows speaking with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, lawyers, and others, people have begun to suspect something explosive will be revealed by the Trump administration soon.
The president then went into detail about the various types of fraud and irregularities that have the backing of actual evidence. After listing a few, Trump said: “Brad, I think you agree with that, right?”
Most people understand that asking questions like “Are you sure?” or “You agree with that, right?” is usually leading somewhere. Adults ask their children leading questions like that to see if they are lying: “Are you sure the lamp broke by itself?” or “So you agree that stealing is wrong, right?” These questions often establish whether someone is willing to lie, or tell the truth.
President Trump repeatedly asks questions like this during the phone call, almost as if he already knows the answer but he wants to catch Raffensperger in a lie.
The president continues the call, listing different accusations of fraud and irregularities such as dead voters, out-of-state voters, people who voted twice, and suspicious ballot dumps.
After Trump finished his list of irregularities, Mark Meadows jumps in before Raffensperger can respond.