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Trump news: * Giuliani tests positive 2 weeks after his son,
* AG Barr may leave Trump admin. before Inauguration Day,
* WI. Supreme Court justice rebukes election challenges!

The sun sets on The White House Nov. 30, and on Trump’s tenure as President Jan. 20.
Credit: Jabin Botsford, The Washington Post
  • Editor’s note: I was recently asked why I still publish Trump news now that the election is over and states in contention had their elections certified by their respective governors.
  • I feel all Americans should be aware how an errant President can use the bully pulpit of the Office of the President to undermine democracy, which Trump is doing in real-time daily before our eyes.
  • I will continue to post Trump’s actions at least through Inauguration Day.


+ The Hill: Giuliani has tested positive for coronavirus, Trump says – follows his son’s COVID-19 diagnosis by 2 weeks

+ WaPo: Barr may leave Trump administration before Inauguration Day

+ WaPo: Georgia leaders rebuff Trump’s call for special session to overturn election results


Biden’s popular vote margin over Trump passed the 7 million vote mark, well over twice the 2.9 million margin won by Hillary Clinton in 2016.

Historians sue Trump administration to stop ‘bonfire of records in the Rose Garden’ – Trump delays release of some JFK assassination documents, bowing to national security concerns

WaPo Poll: Just 26 congressional Republicans acknowledge Biden’s win, Washington Post survey finds

Georgia Officials Say Sidney Powell’s Fraud Allegations Belong More in ‘the Kraken’s Realm of Mythos’ Than in Reality

MSNBC’s Ali Velshi: A call for courage from Republicans

Trump admin sat on critical data for helping reunite kids separated from families, says Lee Gelernt, deputy director of the ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project

Trump calls Georgia governor to pressure him for help overturning Biden’s win in the state – From Slate.com: “The state prohibits solicitation to commit election fraud, which occurs when an individual “solicits, requests, commands, importunes, or otherwise attempts to cause” another person to commit an election-related offense. Disqualifying valid ballots would constitute such an offense and constitute a crime in itself.”

Politico: Georgia governor pushes back on Trump attacks

Trump Has Pushed Ahead With Drone Strikes, Putting US Citizens in the Crosshairs

Trump’s bold foreign policy moves raise fear of ‘destructive’ final days in office

Trump’s false fraud claims are laying groundwork for new voting restrictions, experts warn

[FOX News Chris] Wallace interrupts Azar over Biden’s title: ‘He’s the president-elect’

Trump’s ‘junk-food’ news diet is contributing to his downfall

Conservative Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Brian Hagedornon issued an extraordinary rebuke of efforts to get the courts to overturn the results of the presidential election. “This is a dangerous path we are being asked to tread,” and more here:


Posted by Steve on December 7, 2020 at 12:01 am | Permalink

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  1. As I understand the facts, a judge ruled in Georgia that Trump team could do a comparative analysis between actual ballots and the Dominion machine’s reckoning of those ballots. When compared with a hand count, the machines gave Biden numerous votes that should have gone to President Trump. https://twitter.com/i/status/1336177638528983041
    Also, what I personally think is significant is that the machines were in a county that went for Trump – point being that election fraud was committed all over the country. Nebraska splits its electoral votes. I couldn’t understand that Biden won a vote in Nebraska. If Pennsylvania, Georgia, and that one vote in Nebraska are proven to be uncertifiable, Biden ends up with 269 electoral votes.

    Comment by EWynia on December 7, 2020 at 10:36 pm

  2. The Nebraska vote in the Omaha area was certified, as were the votes in Pennsylvania and Georgia. Georgia had THREE vote counts, all were certified with Biden as winner and all signed by Trump supporter Gov. Brian Kemp, who also said there were no issues with Georgia’s vote counts, and he was the former Sec.of State there.

    Comment by Steve on December 8, 2020 at 7:37 am

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