Donald Trump Warns That State Senators Must Not Oppose Audit… Or Else

( Former President Donald Trump is increasing the pressure on Pennsylvania state senators and officials to initiate a forensic audit of the 2020 presidential election.

If President Trump is lying about this, as the Democrats say he is, then why would he be pushing so hard for independent forensic audits that would prove him wrong? There’s some food for thought…

Trump issued a statement on Monday stating that Pennsylvania state senators David Argall and Jake Corman are standing in the way of an audit, despite being Republicans. Trump said that they must either be “stupid, corrupt, or naïve.”

Good point.

President Trump’s remarks didn’t come from nowhere. An assessment of the election in Pennsylvania has already revealed a multitude of irregularities, with one of the most significant issues being Microsoft SQL software discovered on the election voting machines. Analysts have claimed that the software was capable of flipping votes cast in real-time.

That’s precisely the thing people should need to know about, and a forensic audit would finally put it to rest.

Trump noted how other state senators want the forensic audit to take place in Pennsylvania immediately, and warned that if Corman continues down this path, he will be primaried and lose “by big numbers.”

“What went on in Philadelphia and other areas of the State must be properly and legally exposed,” Trump said. If it isn’t, he said, we “won’t have a country anymore.”

Democratic Governor of Pennsylvania also opposed the audit, naturally. Governor Tom Wolf said that GOP lawmakers are “chasing conspiracy theories,” but what conspiracy theory wants a third-party analysis that could prove them wrong?

President Trump’s threat of a primary is something he is likely to follow through on, but it all depends whether these career politicians are willing to put their head above the parapet and call for a forensic audit…knowing that the Democrats will skewer them for it if they do.

Sadly, it doesn’t look likely.