We need to start understanding that these are quite literally crimes. If you call up the vote counter and tell him to change the numbers or throw away a bunch of ballots, that's a crime. The person saying no doesn't make it not a crime. We throw people in jail for sharing state secrets with foreigners, military plans, etc. because it's national security. But the security of the state [is] the most central national security.
[Trump is] furious with Kemp, a onetime ally. The president wants to "really go after him" . . . [He has] called him "hapless" on Twitter and told aides in recent days that Kemp was a "moron" . . .
That is why he said during the debate that the debt was no big deal to him. Of course not. He is going to pay it with someone else’s money.— Robby’s daughter (@RobbyDaughter) December 5, 2020
Just  congressional Republicans acknowledge Joe Biden's win over President Trump a month after the former vice president's clear victory of more than 7 million votes nationally and a convincing electoral-vote margin that exactly matched Trump's 2016 tally.Two Republicans consider Trump the winner despite all evidence showing otherwise. And another 220 GOP members of the House and Senate — about 88 percent of all Republicans serving in Congress — will simply not say who won the election. . . .The results demonstrate the fear that most Republicans have of the outgoing president and his grip on the party . . .
“We thank you Lord for our president and we pray for him. Because he has stood up before this nation and he has said that his perhaps single greatest accomplishment — and we know Lord God the long list of accomplishments ... [is] exposing and correcting the fraud” pic.twitter.com/hnls1ThvBK— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) December 5, 2020
Well, the preacher kept right on saying that all I had to do was send
Ten dollars to the church of the Sacred Bleeding Heart Of Jesus
Located somewhere in Los Angeles, California,
And next week they'd say my prayer on the radio
And all my dreams would come true
So I did . . .