As the hand vote recount in Georgia nears an end, and as President Trump’s campaign presses forward with more legal challenges to the results of the November 3rd general election, Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz (R) says that Trump “isn't fighting for his own political fortunes and these legal battles, he's fighting for the rest of us we all deserve elections where we don't have people voting in more than one state, we don't have people voting after they've changed their address.”
Rep. Gaetz made the remark during a late-night appearance on Fox News Channel’s “Hannity” where the popular two-term congressman said that because of significant scale of ballot discrepancies in Georgia, that perhaps the “the people who ran operation warp speed get put in charge of counting the ballots in Georgia.”
“If we can flip Georgia by showing that there was not accurate counting there, then I think it pulls back the whole veneer that the media and others tried to put on these on these mail-in ballots,’ said Gaetz.
Gaetz believes that once Republicans flip the state of Georgia, then Pennsylvania is next, and all the questions that have arisen during this election cycle about voting integrity will be addressed, like “the spike in 90-year-olds “ who Gaetz says registered to vote in droves in comparison to the “prior four years combined, including two election years “.
“I think that when we really dig into the circumstantial data and in the real data, we’ll find out that there was ballot laundering going on here and when you pair that with the lack of observation,it really raises more questions,” added Gaetz
“Dead people don’t always vote, when they do, they prefer to vote by mail.”- Rep. Matt Gaetz
The widespread voting irregularities across the country, in particular in the battleground states like, Georgia, Arizona, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Nevada, have raised many questions about the extent of the voter fraud allegations that have been made, allegations that Democrats and the media have been quick to dismiss.