Explain Trump's Actions in Georgia

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  1. crankalicious profile image93
    crankaliciousposted 13 days ago

    President Trump has been saying since Election Day that there was massive fraud and that he had proof of it.

    If that's the case, why would he call an investigator in Georgia, a state run by Republicans, and ask the investigator to find fraud?

    https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/09/us/g … sults.html

    Then, weeks later, with all the proof of fraud that Trump claims he has, why would he call the Georgia Secretary of State, and ask him the "find" votes?

    https://www.ajc.com/politics/politics-b … XLZ3FIVZU/

    Trump had already stated that there was fraud, that he won the election, that he had proof of all of this. If so, why did he need to make these calls and why did he need to make them to officials who were Republicans?

    1. MizBejabbers profile image90
      MizBejabbersposted 11 days agoin reply to this

      That's very obvious. He was just flapping his jaws again. He knows that no massive voter fraud was found. In GA, the media said that there were two "dead" people who voted, and they cast their votes for Trump. You could hear the desperation in his voice when he called Secretary of State Raffensperger.

    2. wilderness profile image97
      wildernessposted 11 days agoin reply to this

      Are you asking for someone to read Trump's mind or preparing to declare that any possible answers don't make sense and that your ignorance of answers indicates that there is no evidence?

      If the first, it is impossible.  If the second, the logic fails completely, for your own ignorance (or that of anyone else) does not provide evidence of your claim.

      1. crankalicious profile image93
        crankaliciousposted 11 days agoin reply to this

        I'm asking you to use logic.

        Aside from the fact he committed a crime that no American should ever tolerate from a President.

        If he won the election, why does he need to "find" votes? If there's massive fraud and that fraud is already factual, why does he need somebody to "find" it.

        The obvious answer is that there are no votes to find and there is no fraud to find and that he doesn't have proof of anything, which is why he needs people to find these things.

        1. wilderness profile image97
          wildernessposted 11 days agoin reply to this

          You answered.  If I can't answer "If he won the election, why does he need to "find" votes?" then my ignorance, or yours, means there was no fraud.  And you call this "logic" - ignorance means make up an answer YOU find acceptable.

          Needless to say it is not a "logic" that I agree with.  I could, for instance, give you half a dozen possible answers but it won't change your mind, for you already know the answer (there is no fraud) and the question is but a red herring to divert from that.

          1. crankalicious profile image93
            crankaliciousposted 4 days agoin reply to this

            Provide any alternative explanation, particularly given Republicans counted the votes in Georgia three separate times. There was clearly no fraud in Georgia.


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