Opinion| As if 2020 was not everything that everyone demonizes it to be, enter the closing of electoral college voters. Rudy Giuliani, an attorney for President Trump, seems to be pretty confident that the election, well to be more accurate, the fight for electoral college votes, is not over.
There are a lot of people out there who do not trust the results which we were told by the media and establishment. Many American believe that there was a lot of deceit and rule breaking during the voting process. The only problem is, it does not seem like there is anyone in the federal law enforcement structure who shares this view.
We are entering a dangerous time when faith in the nation’s voting integrity becomes questioned. All that being said, regardless of the short term fall out, it is imperative that the men (or man and women) who received the most legal votes be inaugurated next month. Here is what Rudy had to say about what he thinks will happen to the state of Arizona’s electors …
President Trump’s attorney, Rudy Giuliani, joined Steve Bannon’s “War Room: Pandemic” podcast this morning. During the interview, Giuliani said the Arizona legislature will attempt to pass a resolution tomorrow (Wednesday) to certify President Trump as the winner.
News spread like wildfire yesterday that Arizona lawmakers would make the attempt to declare Trump the winner today, but Giuliani said Arizona lawmakers did not have the votes today to make that happen. Giuliani said he’s hopeful Arizona lawmakers will be able to close the deal before Christmas.
Rudy Giuliani: Arizona was going to similarly pass a joint session to certify Trump. But then they didn’t have the votes but they are going to come back tomorrow.
Here is the video from this morning’s program.’
Seeing as today is Wednesday, we should know if there is any truth to Rudy’s conjecture soon enough.
No matter what happens from here on out, I have a bad feeling that things are going to get ‘sticky.’ Regardless of who gets the coveted 270+ electors, the other half of the country is going to be furious.
Once again, we should all be praying for peace, calm and justice to prevail. Merry Christmas America.