Trump Privately Says He Plans to Run & Audit Fever Sweeps the Nation
President Donald Trump told radio host Michael Savage this week that he can’t make an official announcement on his plans for 2024 just yet, due to campaign finance rules. But America’s real president is telling his friends something differently in private – and you’re going to like it.
Meanwhile, after the back-to-back announcements in Georgia and Florida last week, the audit floodgates are officially starting open up across the country. The amazing thing is that upcoming forensic audits are not just going to be performed in swing states, but in states that are firmly Republican. I’ll explain why that’s important in just a sec.
Michael Savage asked Trump about his plans for 2024, which prompted this response:
“I can’t really because of campaign finance rules, regulations, very complicated, very stiff, and frankly very antiquated if you want to know the truth. It’s ridiculous. I will be talking about it, and I think that people will be very happy!”
Trump’s Save America PAC has raised tons of money since the election. So long as he doesn’t make an “official” announcement of a run for president in 2024, he has a lot more leeway to use those funds to help elect America First candidates. But once he officially says he’s running in 2024, the rules all change. If he holds off on an announcement for the time being, he’ll still be able to wield tremendous influence in the 2022 midterms. That makes sense, and it explains why he has been so coy about his future plans in his public appearances thus far.
Rolling Stone is reporting that Trump is telling a different story behind closed doors. According to a former RNC official, Trump has privately told friends at multiple private functions that he’s running!
“I have three friends who’ve had dinner with him in the last couple of months. All three reported that his current plans are to run for president in 2024,” says the unnamed official.
The open question then is whether we will see Trump reinstated before 2024. After the proof was unveiled in Georgia and Arizona last week, more states are now jumping on the audit bandwagon. If Joe Biden’s electoral votes in Arizona and Georgia are stripped away from him – as I believe they should be – that drops his total down to 279 votes.
Pennsylvania’s state senate is launching a full forensic audit, which represents 20 electoral votes. But Republican lawmakers in Wisconsin are now also calling for a forensic audit in their state. Wisconsin has 10 electoral votes. Either one of those states has sufficient electoral votes to drop Joe Biden’s total below the constitutionally required 270 for him to be considered the winner of the 2020 contest.
And red states are calling for audits too! State lawmakers in Oklahoma are calling for audits in three Democrat-controlled urban counties. And in Texas, Governor Greg Abbott and the legislature are moving to audit 13 urban blue hellholes to see what sort of shenanigans the Democrats are getting up to there.
This is a great idea for Texas, and for most states have large urban Democrat-controlled areas. Look at it this way: In the 2018 midterms, a pothead furry afficionado who tries to pass himself off as Hispanic named Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke came within just 200,000 votes of unseating Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX). Does that fit any conceived notion that you have about Texas? That race shouldn’t even have been vaguely close! Election audits in Democrat-controlled counties in Texas will reveal whether there are serious crimes going on there – and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has shown a willingness to throw people in jail for election fraud. Which, call me crazy, might actually deter future election fraud.
Here’s an enticing thought: If the audit process drags out long enough, Trump could be reinstated to the White House just after the 2022 midterm elections. That would mean that Trump could legally finish out this current presidential term – and still run for another term in 2024! If he is reinstated before the 2022 midterms, he could only finish out the remainder of this stolen term and would be prohibited from running again in 2024.
I don’t know about you, but I think ten years of a Trump presidency sounds pretty fantastic. Plus, it would lay the groundwork for eight years of a DeSantis presidency after that.