“Senator if the Hair on my Head Knew My Plans I would Cut if Off” Team Rudy vs the Dem Media

Senator: Perhaps the General would please tell us what his plans are.

General Andrew Jackson: Senator if the Hair on my head knew my plans I would cut it off.

One of the weapons that the left has been using in their quest to make sure their Magic BallotsTM are not thrown out either by the courts or by actions from the state legislatures has been to continually keeping any obvious cases of fraud or overwhelming circumstantial evidence out of the news cycle while demanding the Trump campaign reveal their hand.

While this has had a demoralizing effect on some it has had little or no effect on the Trump team itself.

Today at their press conference the Trump team pointed out that there are rules and procedures to be followed and that their case supported by hundreds under oath will be presented there.

Let’s cut to the chase, media may spin, and may scoff but in the end this team is in it to win it and they realize that nothing that is said on TV or in the newspapers or on social media actually means a thing.

What matter is the case that goes before the legislatures and the courts and given the fact that the media has been a wholly owned subsidiary of the Democrat party if I was the president’s team I’d not say a word that I’d not give them a clue until the moment things are presented in court.

As I’ve said before the media believes it’s primary duty is to convince Americans that Al Capone is not and never has been a gangster and no matter how many smart remarks & memes on social media or commentary on cable TV the left makes convincing any American not still in their bubble that these cities are not corrupt is no going to be easy. It’s Rudy’s job to make a good enough case to convince the courts and or the legislatures that they must not let the steal of an election stand.

And as for convincing the people as a whole that the election was stolen apparently he’s already convincing…DEMOCRATS :

But, Joe Biden’s problems are not simply because many Republicans believe the election was stolen. It’s true that the poll showed a significant partisan divide on this issue: 75 percent of Republicans believe it is very likely (61 percent) or somewhat likely (14 percent) that the election was stolen from Trump. But, according to the poll, while 69 percent of Democrats say it is not at all likely (61 percent) or not very likely (8 percent) that the election was stolen from Trump, 30 percent of Democrats believe it is very likely (20 percent) or somewhat likely (10 percent) that it was.

Let me repeat, nearly a third of Democrats believe it is likely that the election was stolen from President Trump. That’s a remarkable number. Huge, in fact.

If the people already believe it then the job of the legislatures to stop the Democrat coup against the American republic becomes easier.

Closing thought, that link is via instapundit where Sarah Hoyt makes a humorous but sobering note:

WHAT NO ONE HAS TOLD US IS IF THEY DISAPPROVE

sadly I’ve reached the point where I presume most democrats don’t disapprove of such a theft at all.

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