Trump Legal Aides to Share "Clear Path" to Re-election

This week has shown several interesting developments in the ongoing 2020 presidential election.
Americans learned that Democrats attempted to bully Wayne County, Michigan Republicans into certifying votes that contained possible irregularities and fraud.
What’s frightening is that Democrats almost got their way; however, Wayne County GOPers have since come forth and signed sworn affidavits stating that they were bullied, blackmailed, and intimidated. These Republicans are now seeking to rescind their certification votes also.

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The nation furthermore found out about thousands of votes across different Georgia counties that somehow went uncounted; only during the audit and recount process were these extra votes discovered.
The details listed above are only the tip of the iceberg; however, earlier this morning, President Trump stated that his legal team will announce today a “clear path” to his re-election, per Townhall.

The Biggest Announcement of 2020?

Per President Trump’s announcement, the information from his lawyers will arrive at high noon today. The legal team members will present a clear and straightforward path for President Trump to win a second term in office; likewise, the 45th president informed that the “pieces” of the puzzle are nicely coming together.

Across the country, there are countless irregularities, discrepancies, sworn affidavits, uncounted votes, etc. There is still too much underway to determine the clear winner of the presidential election, despite what the mainstream media and left-wing asserts.

Election Issues in Georgia

Over the course of this week, Americans have learned about innumerable and concerning voting issues in Georgia.
Somehow, thousands of votes went initially uncounted in Floyd and Fayette Counties; one day after these developments, Americans also learned of a newly opened investigation into Fulton County’s handling of the 2020 presidential election.

President Trump has urged Republicans to “get tough.” He’s also called upon Georgia Republican Governor Brian Kemp to act accordingly. In this case, acting accordingly means ensuring that signatures are checked on applicable ballots; thus far, this is something that has yet to happen.
The 45th president also maintains that after signature checks, he will win the Peach State by a landslide.
In the meantime, however, Americans should pay close attention to the announcement from President Trump’s attorneys today.
What do you believe will happen after the announcement from Trump’s legal aides? Do you think Georgia will get its act together and start much-needed signature checks? Let us know in the comments section below!