2020 Election Update
President Trump’s legal defense team updated us yesterday on their ongoing investigation in what they believe to be widespread voter fraud.
“There’s not a singular vote fraud in one state. This pattern repeats itself in a number of states, almost exactly the same pattern,” campaign attorney Rudy Giuliani said.
“It suggests there was a plan from a centralized place to execute these various acts of voter fraud, specifically focused on big cities, and specifically focused on big cities controlled by Democrats,” he continued.
Giuliani maintains hundreds of thousands of mail-in-ballots were not inspected for irregularities before being counted in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Georgia.
Additionally, questions continue to surround the Dominion Voting System software used to count votes. The Trump campaign alleges the system could have erroneously counted thousands upon thousands of votes for Biden that were meant for the President.
As we continue to await further information and evidence from the investigation, it is clear we are not doing enough to protect the integrity of our elections. We must demand transparency and allegations that Republican inspectors were not permitted to monitor the absentee ballot count is indeed troubling.
Live on Facebook with George Marlin
I will be speaking with George Thursday, December 3rd at 7:00pm on Facebook Live to discuss his new book Mario Cuomo: The Myth and the Man.
The former head of the New York Port Authority, Marlin has been heavily involved with the state’s Conservative Party, including being the Party’s candidate for mayor of New York City in 1993.
He writes his newest book with an intimate knowledge of the Cuomo family and how they operated, and continue to operate, politically in New York.
Details on how to get a signed copy of the book will be provided during the live interview on December 3rd.
It may be difficult to understand how important the first Thanksgiving was for the pilgrims considering all that they had endured. Regardless, On June 20, 1676 the council of Charlestown, Massachusetts gathered to discuss the best options to express their gratitude. They would instruct the town clerk to proclaim June 29 as a day of Thanksgiving.
Though the first Thanksgiving can be traced back to 1621 when Colonists declared a day of thanks after their crops were saved by rainfall, the first official proclamation came in 1676 in Charlestown.
Nonetheless, they had much to mourn, but knew they had much to be thankful for. They had survived a rough voyage across the Atlantic, infectious diseases and exposure to the brutally cold New England winters. Within their original plantation, half of the 102 people who had set sail passed, yet they still gathered and were thankful.
As you visit with family and friends next week, it is my hope that you will find satisfaction and gratitude for everything we still have through all the troubles we have recently endured. Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on the many abundance of blessings around us. A time to reflect on what God has provided for us, and a time to reflect on the many meaningful relationships we have with our loved ones.
I wish you all a happy and safe holiday season and look forward to continuing our good work into the future.