Goya CEO Robert Unanue praised former President Donald Trump at the Conservative Political Action Conference, calling him “the still-actual president.”
"Defendants’ story was a lie," the suit alleges. "All of it. And they knew it. But, it was a story that sold."
“I think I would say the election was not fraudulent," he finally confessed after getting schooled by Pamela Brown.
"There’s just nothing to them," Bobby Christine, acting U.S. attorney for Georgia's Northern District, reportedly told staffers.
Former Houston Police Capt. Mark Aguirre allegedly held the man at gunpoint and accused him of carrying fraudulent ballots in his truck. No ballots were found.
He's "deep" in the swamp, Pirro said of the attorney general she used to praise.
He called on state legislatures to have the "courage" to overturn the presidential election in his favor as time is running out.
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Lawmakers in Arizona, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin have all said they won't intervene in selecting electors.
The president's tweet is giving some Twitter users whiplash.