Trump Eyes Next Ballot Audit — But It’s Not Where You Think

Win or lose, Former President Donald Trump is determined to get to the bottom of the rigged 2020 presidential election. Regardless of the victories he secured in certain states, Trump demands ongoing audits to assess the damages done by cheating Democrats.

Former President Donald Trump called on Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to spearhead efforts to conduct a “forensic audit” of the 2020 election despite winning the state last November.

Trump asserted on Thursday that “Texans have big questions about the November 2020 Election” and asked Abbott to add an audit of last year’s presidential results to the state’s planning operations.

Trump’s petition for an audit mirrors similar calls he has made in states including Arizona , Georgia , Michigan , and Pennsylvania , and he has previously signaled support for an effort in Texas.

On Monday, Texas Lawmakers started their third special session and the governor sets the agenda for the session, which Trump said marks “the perfect, and maybe last, opportunity to pass this audit bill.”

The Texas governor has been a vocal supporter of a law passed in August aimed at tightening election security for the purpose of making future political races more secure, a move that caused Democrats in the state Legislature to flee the state in defiance earlier this year. Democrats alleged the voting bill was geared toward making it more difficult for minorities to cast their ballots, citing bans on 24-hour voting and drive-thru voting.

One of the most prominent election auditing efforts in the nation is expected to reveal its report about the 2020 election in Maricopa County, Arizona, on Friday. However, RINO lawmakers in conjunction with state Democrats are pulling similar, sinister moves just hours before the results are set to be announced.

Optimism remains challenging as an entire political establishment remains deep-rooted with corporate interests and steeped in pressure from the federal government. American voters demand answers as to what really happened in 2020, but as it stands, state lawmakers are facing a tough battle in exposing Democrats’ cheating tactics.

Author: Asa McCue