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    Lindsey Graham: ‘Trump has Not Lost. Do not Concede, Mr. President. Fight Hard.’

    Lindsey Graham: ‘Trump has Not Lost. Do not Concede, Mr. President. Fight Hard.’

    “If Republicans don’t challenge and change the U.S. election system, there’ll never be another Republican president elected again.”
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    Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) did not hold back during Sunday Morning Features on Fox News.

    Graham encouraged President Donald Trump to fight against alleged voter fraud. He thinks that if the GOP does not fight then America will not have a Republican president for a long time:

    “If Republicans don’t challenge and change the U.S. election system, there’ll never be another Republican president elected again,” Graham warned. “President Trump should not concede, we’re down to 10,000 votes in Georgia, he’s going to win North Carolina, we’ve gone from 93,000 votes to 20,000 votes in Arizona, where there are more votes to be counted. There are allegations of system failure, fraud.”

    Graham also said that the election computer system in Michigan is suspicious, and told Republican Senate candidate John James not to concede. Like President Trump, James looked to be in a position to win on election night, only to have absentee ballots put his Democratic opponent ahead the following night.

    Graham delved into some of the allegations that have come up since election night. He said that Trump’s team canvassed early voters in Pennsylvania and found more than 100 people they believe were dead, with at least 15 Graham said who were confirmed dead. He also said Trump’s camp found six instances in Pennsylvania where people were registered to vote after they died, and then votes were cast in their names.

    “So to my Republican colleagues out there: We have to fight back or we will accept our fate. I want Pennsylvania to explain to the American people how six people after they die can register to vote in Pennsylvania. I want the computer system in Michigan that flipped votes from Republicans to Democrats to be looked at.”

    Graham went on to say that “there’s a lot of shenanigans going on,” and that President Trump should indeed fight in court.

    Graham concluded: “Trump has not lost. Do not concede, Mr. President. Fight hard.”


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    If with this vote we can’t get the fraud out in the open and cleaned up we will never have the chance again and every election from here on out will be rigged as they know they can get away with it.

    mailman | November 9, 2020 at 4:27 pm

    One gets the feeling that the media is hedging their bets on a Biden administration coming through and as back up if that doesn’t happen they will then use the next 4 years to spin a tale of Trumps second term being illegitimate because he stole it from Biden.

    smalltownoklahoman | November 9, 2020 at 4:53 pm

    If Trump can’t win in court (though I hope he does) then this is sound advice:

    In short, make things as difficult for the incoming Biden admin as possible.

    Rudy was on Newsmax a couple of hours ago and it sure looks to me like he has a rock solid case now in PA and working on the other states.

    I voted on those Dominion machines so I may have actually voted for Biden. How does such a machine pass muster? It’s like National Cash Register peddling machines that cannot be audited. No audit trail. That is the main point for having cash registers!

    As an RIA, the compliance oversight is tight as a drum. Everything I do has to be recorded and substantiated with receipts, phone records, financial statements reconciled to my bank accounts, and more. But our voting systems don’t have to be auditable? Judges order are optional?

    Just imagine what it will be like to be a Democrat politician after Trump is declared the winner. They are already self-destructing over the disastrous House elections and now Trump will be an unstoppable monster! Bring on the riots!

    randian | November 9, 2020 at 7:49 pm

    I doubt Graham will push for real election reform

    1) Mandatory videotape of all election activity. The entire floor of voting counting shall be videotaped at all times, close enough to see in detail what every election worker is doing. No keeping the cameras 100 feet away so you can’t see anything.

    2) Mandatory 24-hour videotaping of the entire exterior of any election facility.

    3) I’m not sure what to do about election overseers getting kicked out. Nullifying all votes counted afterwards seemed like a good remedy until I realized that you could use the remedy to effectively eliminate votes from Republican districts.

    4) Counting by unvetted personnel (as was done in MI and WI in the middle of the night) nullifies votes. On the other hand, that has the same problem #3 does.

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