With President Trump’s legal team running into a number of roadblocks in their attempts to prove that “widespread voter fraud” prevented the former NYC business mogul from winning a second term in the White House, the Commander in Chief has been eyeing a number of unprecedented avenues to victory.
Trump lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis have been stymied repeatedly, (nay, consistently), by state and local judges around the nation, with many jurists simply refusing to hear any case brought by the duo.
Then, when the state of Texas, (along with over a dozen other states), attempted to bring the issue to the Supreme Court, they too turned the suit away.
The paths left for Trump to remain in power are dwindling, undoubtedly, and it could take some wacky developments for any of this to work out in his favor.
It’s a good thing Roger Stone is known for being a little wacky.
Stone posted about his meeting with Trump on Parler, a social media site that has been attracting conservative commentators after Twitter and Facebook restricted posts that included false or misleading information about the 2020 election.
“I also told the president exactly how he can appoint a special counsel with full subpoena power to ensure those who are attempting to steal the 2020 election through voter fraud are charged and convicted and to ensure Donald Trump continues as our president,” Stone wrote.
The longtime political provocateur is also setting up to file suit against the entities involved in the RussiaGate investigation, including Robert Mueller and former FBI Director James Comey.
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