Durham, Release Your Findings — Trump is President

By Mike Huckabee Published on November 17, 2020

Question: Since when is Biden the President? 

Donald Trump is President

Trump has not conceded, and with the serious legal challenges to the highly suspicious vote in Philadelphia and Detroit — to name just two cities — and the questions surrounding the voting software used in those cities, plus the odd counting shutdown on election night, we don’t even know that Biden will be President-elect, regardless of what the media (and Biden) assume.

It may take weeks, perhaps even a decision by the Supreme Court about late ballots in Pennsylvania, if they’ll hear it.

Electors don’t meet until December 14. After listening to Democrats call Trump “illegitimate” for four years, with no evidence ever found of Russian “collusion,” he’s right to take steps to ensure the 2020 vote was on the up-and-up.

Also, recall that Biden pledged not to claim victory until the vote was certified.

Durham “Worried About Blowback”?

Still, Sean Davis of The Federalist tweeted Sunday: “A source familiar with Durham’s ongoing investigation of the bogus Russian collusion operation tells [The Federalist]: Durham isn’t doing anything. Dropping his investigations. He’s worried about blowback from Biden. What an absolute disgrace.”

And it is indeed a disgrace, if it’s true. We all assumed that if Biden became President, the various investigations into how the FBI and others in the Obama administration lied and violated people’s rights to tie Trump with Russia would be shut down. Because, of course they would be.

If Durham has the goods, he needs to present them, with no concern about “blowback.”

But as of now, the vote count isn’t even certified and Biden has not been officially declared the winner — let alone inaugurated. Durham is already “worried about blowback”? No matter what happens, Trump is still the President (sorry, Facebook!) until January 20.

If Davis’ source is correct, Durham might also want to think about the “blowback” if it turns out that Trump wins a second term. It could still happen.

It Appears The Swamp Has Won

As Victoria Taft reports for PJ MEDIA, even The New York Times a month ago reported that “Spygate” had fizzled. Her attitude about this development very much mirrors mine.

I just don’t know what’s going to happen on the right if this turns out to be true and no one is held accountable. For a long time, we assumed Durham would be the one to get to the bottom of Crossfire Hurricane. We’ve been reporting on the “Russia” travesty for Trump’s entire time in office. With so much evidence, how could it turn out otherwise?

But then time passed … and passed. We finally realized that nothing would be released before the election. (Gosh, we wouldn’t want to “politicize” the investigation by giving voters the truth, would we?) Still, we thought Durham was close to wrapping things up and would issue indictments, or at least a report, soon. Comey, McCabe, Brennan and others might actually pay a price for weaponizing the FBI and CIA against Trump.

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Importantly, Davis said Durham has enough evidence to file charges but has apparently just been sitting on it. He also tweeted this: “A separate source who has seen the evidence compiled during the course of Durham’s investigation told [The Federalist] this afternoon that ‘there’s more than enough evidence to indict multiple’ involved in the Russian collusion hoax operation to take down Trump.”

Right now, it appears the swamp has won. “A possible Joe Biden administration is just a green light to return to the way things always were,” writes Bonchie at RedState.com. “It’s one of the worst aspects of Trump losing this election, if he does indeed lose it after the electors vote in December.”

Investigation of Voting System Vulnerabilities

To make it even more perplexing, we’re seeing this at the same time Trump attorney Sidney Powell is insisting that they’re “getting ready to overturn election results in multiple states.” She said this quite confidently on Sunday Morning Futures, to host Maria Bartiromo.

Most of what Powell said involved Dominion Voting Systems, makers of the voting machines used in Philadelphia, Detroit, and other at-issue cities, and the software from Smartmatic. If she’s correct — and she has a reputation for saying things she can prove — it’s simple to change the tally. “We’ve identified mathematically the exact algorithm they’ve used,” she said, “and planned to use from the beginning.”

“They can stick a thumb drive in the machine, they can upload software into it even from the internet … from Germany or Venezuela even,” she said. Operators, “can watch votes in real time” and “can shift votes in real time,” or alleged bad actors can “remote-access anything.”

We’ve previously reported on Dominion Voting Systems, their fishy background and problems with security that are built right in. Texas found numerous problems with them and turned them down for elections in their state — three times.

The voting pattern for the country is extremely strange. How would the House flip 11 seats from Democrat to Republican, and Republicans be positioned to keep the Senate, when Trump seemingly lagged? Also, did Biden really receive more votes than any other presidential candidate in American history, including Barack Obama in 2008? Really?

Dominion denies its machines were compromised, dismissing those allegations as — here’s that word — “misinformation.” But Powell says you can look in the operating manual and see how this set-up can be made to do anything you want.

No matter how suspicious this looks, the problem is proving it. But Powell says she can. When asked for the specific proof, she said she has it but that it would be foolish to come out and say on national TV what it is.

Will Reason Transcend Rage?

Finally, we love this from legal expert Jonathan Turley: his comment on the lightning speed with which President Trump is being told to set aside his legal challenges. And this insistence is coming from … other lawyers.

“The media and legal analysts have declared no evidence of voter fraud to change the outcome,” he says. “The problem was that we had not even seen the evidence from the Trump campaign.”

He cites Washington Post columnist Randall Eliason, who came up with strategies for impeaching Trump that were so outlandish, they weren’t even used by the House Judiciary Committee. Eliason wrote that going after other attorneys who were defending Trump is “fair game.” Anti-Trump groups such as the Lincoln Project targeted those firms and tried to force lawyers to abandon Trump as their client. It got so bad, Twitter even blocked one of their tweets, not for targeting Trump (they’re fine with that) but for targeting other attorneys.

When Turley tried to talk to colleagues about just the possibility that voting software or systems might be vulnerable to human error — even allowing he’d seen no evidence of systemic problems — he was rejected outright. Heretic! Turley hadn’t even alleged fraud, he says, but law professor Paul Campos likened him to a Holocaust denier (!) and called for him to be fired.

“The courts are supposed to be where reason transcends the rage outside,” Turley says. Trump’s case will likely wind up in the courts, with lawyers and judges, and it needs to be decided by reason, not rage. It’s the same with investigations. If Durham has the goods, he needs to present them, with no concern about “blowback.”

If he won’t, Trump should declassify everything that doesn’t damage national security. Win or lose, let the blowback begin.

 

Mike Huckabee is the former governor of Arkansas and longtime conservative commentator on issues in culture and current events. A New York Times best-selling author, he hosts the weekly talk show Huckabee on TBN. 

Originally published at MikeHuckabee.com. Reprinted with permission.

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