I publish this purely as a public service. Please note this is not a threat to American democracy or a rallying cry for more violence against voters or even an act of sedition. This is a crazed old man who doesn't understand how anything works, or that he's been pushed out of the house and the doors are all locked and he's not getting back in. Although "start the process of decertifying the Election...and announce the true winner" is a helluva campaign slogan.
NEW!— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) September 17, 2021
President Donald J. Trump's letter to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger pic.twitter.com/RrFWVWsLT0
Sources in Arizona have said that the state Senate review team was spooked by the possible losses of law licenses looming over Trump's attorneys, as well as stern warnings from the U.S. Department of Justice for possibly using investigative methods that could violate voter intimidation laws. As a result, they have been editing the report drafted by the Senate's lead contractor, Cyber Ninjas, and excising claims and narratives that are speculative rather than factual. This has delayed the report's release until the week of September 20, sources indicated.
"I know that people find that case to be interesting because it was a former sitting president. And that has some historic value. For me, it's not interesting," Willis said recently. "We will put the facts that are learned -- literally, cause I'm old school -- up on a wall, what those facts are. We will put the statutes that we believe those facts could or could not touch. We will see if the elements of a crime are met. If they are, I will present a case to the grand jury. If they're not, then we won't do it."