“We’re trying to do another four years. Otherwise, I’ll see you in four years.”
Gabriel Sterling let loose on Trump for inspiring potential violence, and on other Republicans for staying silent as his staffers face increasing threats of violence.
But they were sad about it.
The goal is not a court victory. It’s poisoning Americans’ trust in democracy — and setting up an attempt by Republican state legislators to overturn the will of the voters.
The vast majority of Republicans agree with Trump's baseless claims that the election was stolen from him.
Local Republicans back President Trump's unproven claims of voter fraud as they seek to undo Biden’s 150,000-vote win in the state.
The GOP in-fighting over the election results and recount have gotten really nasty.
Federal as well as state laws make it difficult—if not impossible—for legislators to override the will of the people. And they don't seem to want to, anyway.
It's not entirely clear that they’ll be able to complete the process before the state’s Nov. 20 deadline.