President Donald Trump telephoned Wednesday for a Senate hearing in the state of Pennsylvania, where his legal team appeared as part of a fierce fight against the election results.
After calling his attorneys in the middle of a hearing at the Wyndham Hotel in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, Trump launched a breathtaking 10-minute rage over election fraud, uncovering many familiar false allegations about voting dead and illegal ballots. , Democrat corruption and much more.
“We need to reverse the election because there is no doubt that we have all the evidence, we have all the evidence, we have everything,” he said, not providing evidence for his various allegations. “We just need a judge to listen properly without political opinion or any other kind of problem, because we have it all, and by the way, the evidence is pouring in now as we speak.”
Trump and his allies across the country have filed more than 30 lawsuits in vain in an attempt to overthrow President Joe Biden’s victory. The majority of cases were denied, rejected, settled or withdrawn, and no court found any cases of voter fraud.
Trump’s hopes for the fight against the election results deteriorated further this week as several key swing states, including Pennsylvania, validated their election results. After weeks of delay, the Trump administration officially authorized Biden’s transition process on Monday, giving the elected president access to key resources and classified information.
Trump ended his call by praising former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani, who represents the president’s case in Pennsylvania, alongside attorney Jenna Ellis.
“I want to thank Rudy Giuliani for not backing up with courage because they screamed at them,” he said. “He was the greatest mayor, but it’s more important what you’re doing now, more important than being a great mayor of New York City, and by the way, this is by far the greatest mayor. He’ll be crowned because he’ll save our country.”
Behind the scenes, however, Trump expressed frustration with his legal team, as NBC News reported earlier this week.