Trump Admits To Crime That Georgia Is Investigating Him For

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Published on 27 Sep 2021, 18:00
At his rally in Georgia over the weekend, Donald Trump told the crowd about how he called up the Georgia Secretary of State and asked them to interfere in the election process by holding a special election in the state. This is EXACTLY what he is being investigated for in Georgia, and now he's openly admitting to interfering in their election. He thought the story made him look like a badass, but it really just made him look like a criminal. Ring of Fire's Farron Cousins explains what happened.

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*This transcript was generated by a third-party transcription software company, so please excuse any typos.

All right. One last segment about Donald Trump's Georgia rally. And this one folks, this one's the big one, right? He's in the state of Georgia. He's obviously having some issues in Georgia. He's being investigated for possible criminal activity in Georgia. And, uh, he kinda made a booboo. During his rally he actually admitted to doing the thing he's being investigated for in the state of Georgia. Here he is letting it all out.

Back. They said he won't do it. So I said, let me handle it. This is easy. You know, I got this guy elected. One thing has nothing to do with the other. One thing has nothing. There's no quid pro quo. You remember that word from the fake Ukraine deal, the fake Ukraine, we had Russia, Russia, Russia, Ukraine, Ukraine, Ukraine. They were both fake deals. Okay. I got impeached twice on fake news. But I said to these young people, let me handle it. I was going to show them how good I am. Let me handle it. I'll call him up. I said, Brian, listen, you know, you have a big election integrity problem in Georgia. I hope you can help us out and call a special election and let's get to the bottom of it for the good of the country. Let's get to the bottom of it for the good of your state. Let's go election integrity. What could be better than that? Sir I'm sorry. I cannot do that. I said whoa. I said you can.

Um, lock, lock him up. He, he literally just admitted to doing the thing that they're trying to figure out if he did. That's an admission of guilt right there, folks. That is exactly what that was. It doesn't matter how you spoke to them on the phone. You called them. You told, uh, Raffensperger to hold a special election because there was so much fraud and Raffensperger said, no, there's not. I'm not going to do that. But you attempted to interfere in the electoral process in the state of Georgia, a violation of Georgia state laws, you should be arrested. I don't know why this investigation didn't wrap up shortly after that rally concluded because again, he just admitted it. To make matters worse for Donald Trump, the Brookings Institute came out with a report just hours before this rally that appeared to confirm that based on the available information Donald Trump did in fact break the law in the state of Georgia.

And then of course he goes and admits it. So that's kind of a double whammy there. But there's also a little bit of psychological manipulation that Donald Trump had in his delivery there. And I got to say this entire speech by Donald Trump, he did seem a lot more laid back. He seemed a lot more carefree because he let a lot of things fly out of his mouth that I think in the past, he would have been a little more guarded about. This one he acted like he just did not give a crap what he said. But anyway, the way he presented this story, you know, everybody was saying, oh, it can't be done. It can't be done. And he's like, well I'll do it. I'll give him a call. I'm the big, bad guy. I'm the savior. I'm the tough guy. I'm the one who can get things done. Nobody else can do that but me. And the crowd loved it. And that is one of the reasons they gravitate towards him. These are weak individuals, either physically weak or mentally weak. So they latch themselves onto anyone that they perceive as a powerful protector. Okay.
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